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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
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UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 





An index to: 

THE DURHAM SUN 



Name Index 
January-December 1 984 



Compiled by Herald-Sun Library 
Published by Herald-Sun Newspapers 
Durham, N.C. 

ISSN 0741-0328 



IND-EX is a guide to articles 
and photographs in the local 
and regional editions of the 
DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
and THE DURHAM SUN. It is 
published in monthly issues 
and in an annual cumulated 
volume by the Herald-Sun 
newspapers. 

SCOPE OF INDEX: 

All the items concerning 
events, people and places in 
North Carolina, as well as 
selected items of regional 
interest are included in IND- 
EX. National or international 
news is included only when it 
specifically features North 
Carolina or a person from the 
state. 

Editorials, letters to the 
editor, obituaries and any local 
Herald-Sun by-lined materials 
are included regardless of sub- 
ject. Local display ads are 
indexed on a selective basis. 
Generally not included are syn- 
dicated columns, wire service 
features, marriage and birth an- 
nouncements, legal notices and 
routine sports scores. (A list of 
regular columns and features 
appearing in the HERALD and 
the SUN appears on Page iii of 
this publication.) 



INDEXING DEPTH: 

Names of individuals are in- 
dexed when quoted heavily, the 
subject of a news story or fea- 
ture, or noteworthy for some 
reason. Multiple subject head- 
ings are assigned to each item 
based on important names, 
words or concepts that appear 
in the article or are implied by 
^ it. Whenever possible, subject 
"7 headings are specific rather 
^ than general (e.g. "Cattle 
:c Rustling" not "Animal 
Thefts"). 



When necessary, sub-head- 
ings are used to make broad 
headings more specific (e.g. 
"Durham County Commission- 
ers, budget" or "Fires, Dur- 
ham"). Cross-references are 
used to guide the user to the ap- 
propriate headings. See refer- 
ences point from invalid head- 
ings to correct ones. See-also 
references indicate related 
headings. 

ORGANIZATION: 

IND-EX is divided into two 
sections: names of people and 
subjects. The name index is an 
alphabetical listing by last 
names of people prominently 
mentioned in the news. The 
subject index is an alphabetical 
listing of specific titles, words, 
or concepts used in news 
articles or features. 

For filing purposes acronyms 
and initialisms precede words 
or phrases. Within word groups 
commas precede characters 
(e.g. "N.C., state employees" 
precedes "N.C. Dept. of Agri- 
culture"). In general, numerals 
precede letters (e.g. "Wil- 
mington 10" precedes "Wil- 
mington ABC Board"). Hy- 
phens are regarded as spaces 
and apostrophes are ignored. 

Following a name or subject 
heading is a list of the articles 
pertaining to that name or sub- 
ject. For each a headline is pro- 
vided along with symbols iden- 
tifying the name of the newspa- 
per, edition, date, section, page, 
type of item, reporter by-line 
and type of illustration. (Expla- 
nations of the symbols appear 
on the following pages.) 



Key To Symbols Used in INDEX 



NP (Newspapers) 

H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
S THE DURHAM SUN 



ED (Edition) 

1 Isted. (Regional) 

2 2nd (final) ed. (Local) 

3 3rd ed. (Orange County) 

SEC (Section) 
PG (Page) 

TYP (Type) 



A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/ Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the editor 

M Map 

N News 

Obituary 

P Photo 

Q News in a Series 

R Review 

S Review in a Series 

T Cartoon 

U Column 

V Column in a Series 

W Literary Works 



ILL (Illustration) 

C Chart or Graph 
D Drawing 
M Map 
P Photo 
T Cartoon 



BYL (By-line) 

A15 ADAMS, ALLISON 

A20 ADAMS. JACK 

A47 ALDERMAN, DONALD 

A54 ANDREWS, MARK 

B30 BEST, KIM 

B46 BOLICK, SANDY HOYLE 

B51 BONDS, LOU 

861 BOSWELL. CARL 

866 BRITT, TONY 

871 BROILI, SUSAN 

881 BROWN. PAUL 



890 BULLA, DAVID 

COS CANNADA, NORMAN 

C09 CARSON, AL 

C19 CARVER, VEN 

C36 CHANDLER, CHARLES 

C48 CLARKE, ELIZABETH 

C49 CLAYTON, WARD 

C52 COONS, KIP 

C56 COOPER. CHARLES 

ceo CORNELIUS-BROWN, ANN 

D18DASCENZ0, FRANK 

D43 DIXON, WYATT 

D71 DRUM, KEITH 

D80 DUKE NEWS BUREAU 

E75 ESPOSITO, MICHAEL 

F25 FEATHERSTON,AL 

F30 FERRELL. RON 

F70 FRANCIS. JAMIE 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY 

G33 GENTRY, JERRY 

G43 GERMINO, HUGO 

G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 

HOI HAAS, RENITA 

H05 HAMMONDS, DEBORAH 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 

H45 HODGES, BETTY 

H49 HODGES, ED 

H55 HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY 

H60 HOLMES, JACK 

H90 HUGHES, CATHY 

J06 JALUVKA, LYNN 

J40 JOHNSTON, FLO 

J50 JONES, H.G. 

J52 JONES, JULIE 

J56 JONES, PAT 

J58 JONES, RICHARD 

K30 KEISTER. KEVIN 

K45 KIRKLAND, LAURIE 

K90 KREUZWIESER, MARK 

L30 LEE, ELEANOR 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 

L38 LEVY, ART 

L40 LINEBERRY, DANNY 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD 

LSI LORD, PAT 

LS7 LOUGEE, GEORGE 

M07 MCLAUGHLIN, MIKE 

M27 MERRITTS, JOAN 

MSI MICHAEL, KAMMIE 

M56 MICHAEL, GAIL 

M66 MOORE, HAROLD 

M69 MOORE. REBECCA 

M71 MORRIS, RON 

M95 MURPHY, TRACEY 

N34 NEWTON, BILL 

046 OLIVER, TOM 

P07 PACE, LEE 

P45 PLAISANCE, PAT 

P55 POWELL, CHRIS 

R!56 ROGERS, V.C. 

R76 ROUSE, MICHAEL 

R81 ROWE, CHARLES 

S09 SATTERFIELD, CAROLYN 

S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 

S36SHERRILL, BOB 

S4S SINK, JOHN 

SSI SMITH, BILL 

S66SMITH, R. C. 

S76 SPARKS, JIM 



580 STELZENMULLER, BETSY 

581 STAGG, BILL 

582 STEVENSON, JOHN 
S91 SWAIM, RON 

T30 TAYLOR, ROLLO 

T37 THORNTON, JIM 

U57 UPCHURCH, KEITH 

U80 UNC NEWS BUREAU 

W09 WALL, DON 

W24 WEEING, HENRY 

W36 WHELESS, AL 

W60 WILSON, JIM 

W66 WISE, JIM 

X07 PACE & SWAIM 

X09 MOORE & THORNTON 

XIO ANDREWS, & MICHAEL 

X12 FERRELL & KREUZWIESER 

X17 UPCHURCH & FERRELL 

X20 COOPER & SPARKS 

X23 SMITH & BROWN 

X25 ANREWS & SCOTT 

X27 LEE & WHELESS 

X29 SHERRILL & BROWN 

X30 ADAMS & BROILI 

X33 UPCHURCH & KREUZWIESER 

X34 UPCHURCH & WHELESS 

X39 BROWN & BONDS 

X40 LITTLE & BROWN 

X41 BROWN & ANDREWS 

X43 BROWN & BOLIK 

X46 ANDREWS & BEST 

X47 ADAMS & JALUVKA 

X49 BEST & LEE 

X50 WEEING & BOLICK 

X53 BONDS & SMITH 

X54 MICHAEL & BONDS 

XS7 BROWN & WEFING 

X58 BOLICK & WHELESS 

X59 KREUZWIESER & BOLICK 

X61 KREUZWIESER & JONES 

X63 JONES & CANNADA 

X64 OLIVER & ANDREWS 

X65 THOMAS & FERRRELL 

X66 BROWN & OLIVER 

X67 LITTLE & OLIVER 

X68 KREUZWIESER & CANNADA 

X69 WHELESS & HUGHES 

X70 WHELESS & CANNADA 

X71 CANNADA & CORNELIUS 

X72 FERRELL & CANNADA 

X73 BOLICK & KIRKLAND 

X74 BOLICK & WHELESS 

X7S CORNELIUS & KREUZWIESER 

X76 WALL & ADAMS 

X77 WEFING & OLIVER 

X78 HAMMONDS & KIRKLAND 

X79 CORNELIUS & STELZENMULLER 

X80 BROWN & STEVENSON 

X81 CARVER & WISE 

X82 SMITH & ANDREWS 

X83 KREUZWIESER & HAMMONDS 

X84 WHELESS & ANDREWS 

X8S LITTLE & HUGHES 

X86 SMITH & LITTLE 

X87 CORNELIUS-BROWN & ALDERMAN 

X88 CORNELIUS-BROWN & LEVY 

X89 COONS & DRUM 

X90 BROWN & LINEBERRY 

X91 MOORE & JONES 



Regular Columns and Features 



Feature 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE 

ANN LANDERS 

ASK DR. LAMB 

BOOK COLUMN (BETTY HODGES) 

BOTANICAL GARDEN COLUMN 

BULL'S EYE 

COMMUNITY NOTES 

CREATIVE DESIGNS (PATTERNS) 



CRIMESTOPPERS 

DAILY BREAD (PURNELL BAILEY) 

DISCOVERIES 

DURHAM COUNTY FARM CORNER (CARL HODGES) 

ERMA BOMBECK 

FAMILY WEEKLY 

FILM PROJECTIONS ( AL FEATHERSTON ) 

FOLKS AROUND HERE 

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT 

FREE OF CHARGE (SUSAN BROILI) 

FRIDAY 

GAIL MICHAELS 

GARDEN CLINIC 

GOREN ON BRIDGE (CHARLES GOREN) 

HANDICAPPED MAILBAG (BETTE ELLIOTT) 

HELOISE II 

HOROSCOPE 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 

LITERARY LANTERN (WALTER SPEARMAN) 

MERLE ELLIS-THE BUTCHER 

MINI-MOVIE REVIEWS 

ORANGE COUNTY FARM NEWS (DAVE WARREN) 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 

PEOPLE IN BUSINESS 

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY (JOE GRAEDON) 

PERSONAL GLIMPSES 

R.C. SMITH (MOVIE REVIEWS) 

SCIENCE, MEDICINE NOTES 

SCOREBOARD (SPORTS SCORES) 

SERIES OF SKETCHES OF DURHAM AND HER 

CITIZENS (WYATT DIXON) 

SHEINWOLD ON BRIDGE 

SOAP OPERA SCENE 

THE SOUTHERN GARDENER (W.L. HUNT) 

SPORTS FINE PRINT (SPORTS SCORES) 

SPORTS MONDAY 

STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS 

SUNDIAL 

$UPER$AVER (JAN LEASURE) 

TV WORLD 

TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH 

TEENS 

TRIANGLE CALENDAR 

WEATHER 

THE WEEKEND GARDENER (LIB GRIFFIN) 

WHIRL 

WHIRL CALENDAR 

WORKING (ELEANOR LEE) 

WORKING WOMAN (NIKI SCOTT) 

YOU AND YOUR PET 

THE YOUNGER SET 

Hi 



Newspaper 


Day 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


HERALD 


WED.,SUN. 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


SUN.,MON. 


SUN 


VARIES 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


SUN.,TUES.,THURS. 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


TUES.-SAT. 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


FRL.SUN. 


SUN 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


TUES.,THURS..SAT. 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


SATURDAY 


HERALD 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


MON.-SAT. 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


FRIDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


SATURDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


SUN 


TUES.THURS. 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


FRIDAY 



MaNTHLY/A 



INDEX 



NAMES 



N E 
P 



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6 
C PG 



PAGE 1 



ABPOTT, CHARLES 

HOMELFSSi ACCUSFD TIIUCK IHIEF SAYS JAIL -FINALLY A PLACE TO STAY 
MAN APRESTEO HOURS AFTER LEAVING PRISnN L i. c u 3IAT 

ABBOTT, MARY WHITT lOECEASEDI 
ORITUARY 

ABBOTT, ROBERT L. (HENHERSONl 
VANCE MAN FACES TAX COUNT 
TAX EVASION lHARGFO 
HENDERSON MAN SENTENCED IN TAX CASE 

ABDUL - AKEEM, N4ZEEH 

HATRED ALIEN TO MUSLIM FAITH 

ABFLL, THOMAS (MORFHEAn CITYI 

SEX CHARGES AGAINST i. HEN OIS^ISSED 

ABELL, TIMOTHY (NASH CO. I 

N.C. APPEALS COURT BACKS NEW HEARING FOR TWO TEACHERS 

ABEkNATHY, carl MAJ. IGASTONIA POLICE OEPT.) 
OFFICERS PUNISHED FOR SOLICITING MONEY 

ABERNATHY, WILLIAM H. ICHAriLOTTE JJDOEI (DECEASED] 
EX-JUDGE DIES AT <iZ IN CHARLOTTE 

ABLE, MICHAEL 

^Si'Dl^S^ISorfo'^^ PRODUCING RESULTS AND CONTROVERSY 

ABOU-DONIA, MOHAMED B. DR. 

COMPOUND FROM COTTON UNDER STJDY AS CONTRACEPTIVE FOR MEN 

AbRAM, ADAM 

TAR HEEL STOCKS SHOW BEST GA IM I< THE SOOTHFAST 

'5^5 COUNCIL RAISES GOAL, SEE<S tl70,000 IN ' ■ a<. DRIVE 

ARTS COUNCIL NEAR GOAL OF S170,000 

ARTS COUNCIL SURPASSES GOAL BY RAISING tlTS.iSO 

COMMUNITY'S GENEROSITY SHOWS VITALITY OF ARTS 

ABRaMS, BOB (I. ABRAM5 INTERNATIONAL, LTD.l 

LOCAL TELEPHONE SERVICE CALLED UNRELIABLE 

ABOAMS, PRETT ( ST ATE S V I LL E I 

N.C. TEEN-AGER GETS LIFE TERM IN SLAYING 
15-YEAR-OLO GETS LIFE FOR HURLER 

ABRAMS, OWIGHT 

ARREST IS HADE IN SHOOTING 
MAN JAILED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

ABRAMS, JOHN DWIGHT 

GRANDMOTHER SHOT IN LEG 

ABRAMS, ROBERT DAVID (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ACCETTA, THOMAS EDWARD (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ACKERT, 0E3UIE 

TEACH CHILDREN TO GET EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE 

ACKUR, JOHN (RICHMOND CO.l (DECEAS=DI 
MAN KILLED. Z WOUNDED 

ACCMR, FRANCES DOROTHY OR. (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ACREF, JEFFREY PAUL (UEC^ASEOI 

PRISON INMATE COLLAPSES, DIES 

ACREY, PATTY (MADOI 
ATTEND DWI CASE 

ADAIR, LINDA MAE HELTON (R0X?0ROI 

TEEN-AGER CHARGED IN FATAL AUTO WRECK 

ROXBOfiO TEEN-AGER FACES CHARGES IN CAR ACCIDENT 



H ? 9/on/nA « 1 

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H Z Z/OZ/Bc, c 16 



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S ? "t/lJ/a", A 10 N 
H 1 9/06/e<, B 1 N 



S 2 <./lB/8i, A 4 J 

H 2 e/31/8'. A 18 N 

H 1 11/07/B4 B 1 N 

H 2 12/2')/8<. B 4 N 

H 2 6/26/8', B 10 



H 2 6/25/BA A 1 ■> 
H 2 6/30/H', A 4 E 



H 2 9/23/9<, A P N 080 



H 2 1/15/8', D 10 N L<rr 
H 2 2/ll/i"V B 1 P N W66 



H2 5/0 9/8<,Al', 
H 2 5/?')/8<. 8 1 
S 2 6/08/!", A 4 



H 2 1/04/84 A 



S 2 5/23/84 C 12 
H 2 5/24/84 A 25 



H 2 5/21/84 6 1 
S 2 5/21/84 A 3 



N W66 
N W66 
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1/31/84 


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1/21/94 


B 


6 





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4/06/84 


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9 


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A 


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9/14/84 


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3 


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1/22/84 


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10/07/84 


B 


1 


N 


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10/23/84 


A 


4 


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H 2 9/23/94 B 1 
S 2 9/24/84 A 5 



LAWMAKER: RULING MEANS FLECTION CHAOS 

SOME COUNTIES MAY LOS^ CLOUT WITH DISTRICT CHANGES 

SOME LAWMAKERS BID FAREWELL 

ETHERIOGE IN GOOD POSITION To BECOME BUDGET LFADER 

f;f' p*>ouP FIGHTING 'lieeralism' in legislature 

LEGISLATOR SAYS MARTIN MUST BEWARE OF RAMSEY 

ADAMS, ALICE (AuTHORI 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

ADAMS, ALLISON 

FIVE 'HERALT WRITERS, ART CRITIC H0N0RE8 
Two SUN WRITERS WIN PRESS AHA'OS 
THREE SUN WRITERS WIN AWARDS 
SUN WRITERS WIN NATIONAL AWARDS 
HERALD WRITERS WIN AWARDS 

ADAMS, ANSEL ( PHOTnGR APHFft ) 

ANSEL AOAMS- ART AT N.C. S T J T^ 
AOAMS AND HINE: GRANDEUR, NOBILITY 

ADAMS, APSILLAH 

UNWANTED ALLOCATIONS 

AUAMS, CHARLES 

ADAMS NAMED NEW DIRECTOR FOR >JCHSAA 

ADAMS: AN OBVIOUS. AND DESERVING. CHOICE 

MOKE ON THE NCHSAA 

CHARLES ADAMS A FINE LEADER 

THE FIGHT FOR FRIDAY NIGHT 



ADAMS, CORA w. 
uei TUARY 



(DECEASEOI 



ADAMS, DAVE (GROUP LEADER OF GLASS-IOONI 
PHASE LOOKING FULL FOR GLASSMTON 

AOAMS, DOLPH OR. (OyKE PATHOLOGY PROFESSORI 
AUTPPSY REMAINS VALUABL'^ PROC-OUR'? 
PATHOLOGIST: AUTUPSY CAN SAVELIVFS 
REMARKS INAPPROPRIATE 

ADAMS, EDITH BERRY (CHAPEL HILLI OECEASEDI 
JBl TUARY 



H 2 1/31/84 A 1 P N 

S 2 3/05/84 A 3 J 

S 2 7/02/84 C 3 P N 

S 2 7/09/8<> C 2 J 

H 2 8/21/54 A I N 

S 2 11/30/34 All N 



S 2 10/22/84 C 



H 2 3/18/94 P 1 N 

S 2 3/19/84 A 1 P N 

S 2 4/16/84 A 1 o ») 

5 2 6/25/84 A 1 P N 

H 2 6/26/84 B 1 P N 



H 2 12/07/84 1 P F W66 
H 2 12/14/84 9 P R G6S 



H 2 1/20/84 A 4 



H 2 1/27/84 C 1 P N C36 

S 2 1/27/84 2 P U C09 

S 2 1/28/94 A 3 U C09 

S 2 2/28/94 A 4 L 

H 2 8/05/84 C" 12 P N 



H 2 6/01/84 A 10 

H 2 8/24/84 7 F W66 



S 2 1/19/84 C 1 
H 2 1/22/84 n 8 
H 2 3/19/84 A 4 



H 2 11/16/94 C 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/34 



S 

E 

C PG 



l/l<./95 



•QtHSi H4R0LP «L8£0T 

CASH, BILLFOLD TAKEN FROM MAN 

ADAMS, J. STACY 3R. 1 U'lC SCHOOL OF BUSINESSI 
J. STACY AOAMS, PSYCHOLOGIST, DIES 

""" HOw'tO fix TAR "EEL BARBECUE IN BOSTON 
CLASS L)F »5n: LAST OF HAPPY DAYS 

THE COMMUMITY CAU E«SE WORRIES OF STUDENTS' PARENTS 
RUBFS ON PRFSS ROW 
NE.S COVERAGE "INVIDIOUS" 
A TRUE TALE OF THE GRINCH ^HO REPENTED 

AOAMS, JAMES ARTHUP , , 

JURY INDICTS MAN IN VISTA SLAYING ,.„,,toc..t 
SHERIFF SAYS EYEWITNESS LEO T:i MURDER INDICTMENT 

ADA1S, JEAN DR. IMCPHERSON HOSPITAL I , , .„ ..„,,,- 

Iahy"S screech, PHONE'S RING: T"RFAT TO HEARING , , „„ 

A CHANGE OF face: what cosmetic SURGERY CAN -AND CAN"T- 00 
INFORMATION HAS MISLEADING 

ADAMS, JIM "ACE" (LACROSSE COACHI 
RELUCTANT UNC, UVA IN RFMATCH 

ADAMS, JOHN lu.S. PRESIDENT! 

A"ERICANS' POLITICAL INVENTIONS 

ADAMS, JOHNNY EARL lOECEASEDI 
OBI TU^RY 

ADAMS, KATHERINE ICARR^OROI , , , „„„„„„ 

UWNER WANTS TO PRESERVE OLDEST HOUSE IN CARRBORO 

ADAMS, LEON JACOB IDECEASEDF 
JBITUARY 

ADAMS, MATTIE BELL (CHAPEL HILL) 
WOMAN FACES FORGERY COUNTS 

ADAMS, PAYTON IGTEI 

PRIGMORE GETS PPQMOTION 
PRIGMORE NAMED SPRINT PRESIDENT 

ADAMS, R08FRT MCCORMICK OR. 
"ATTIC" GETS NEW LEADER 

ADAMS, ROD 

CANOIDATES LINE UP FORCES 
HU'<T SUPPORTERS ARE NAMED 

3 10 HEAD HUNT EFFORT IN DURHAM 

ADAMS, STACY (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

"""'1 iJS'E^RliBi^S^Biia'G^^Ne^E^S^IUTED FOR AGENT CHARGES 

ADAMS, T, C. 

T.C. ADAMS FILES FOR SCHOOL BIARO 

HIGHT SPENDS MOST FUNDS IN 30A RO RACE 

ScSoOL BOARD CANDIDATES LIST CHANGES FOR SYSTEM 

SCHOOL CANDIDATES EYE BOARD'S ROLE ^.,^, 

SCHOOL eOARO HOPEFULS inENTIFY CHALLENGES 

?^l?t"of-°y^'J»^^"?2'oXlS cojnty: for county SCHOOL board „„„^,„,^, 

4 INCUMBENTS TO RFmlN QN SCHTOL '^OARO: LANOING TO REPLACE BROUGHTON... 
LANDING SOLE CHALLENGER TO WIV SCHOOL SEAT 

ADAMS, TRAVIS a. (LEASBURGI 
<.-YEAR-OLD BOY FOUND 

ADCOCK, PETTY IPOETI BOOK, •NFTTL'=S," IS ^UT; SHE"S WRITING 3RD 

PlOETS^NoSELISTSrSHORT STORY SrITERS SLiTED''T(!) READ AT LIBRARY MEETING 

ADCOCK, FLOYD LOVE IDECESSEOI 
OPITUARY 

ADDERHOLDT, CHARLES EDWARD (CHAPEL HlLLl 
TWO MEN FACE CHARGES FOR COCAINE 
TWO CHARGED WITH COCAINE CONSPIRACY 

ADDISON, EDGAR M. (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

ADDISON, LINWOOD ALLEN (MURDER VICTIMI 

MAN FOUNU DEAD, SHOT THREE TI'^ES • 

SHOOTING DEATH INVESTIGATED 

0°I TUARY 

MURDER MYSTIFIES SHERIFF'S DE'UTY 

RFWARO OFFERED IN SHOOTING DEATH 

ADDISON, LUNA MCGHEE (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

ADKINS, JOHN HENRY REV. (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

ADLER, BILL (WELDONI 

CALL IT STREET ARTS 

ADLE", FRANC^SCA HARGOT (MISS N.C.I 

MISS FAVETTEVILLE WINS N.C. C OWN 

OPTIMISM HELPS NEW MISS N.C. 

MISS NURTH CAROLINA ENJOYS VIIEO GAMES 

ADWELL, "ARK STEPHEN (NAGS HE AD I 
3 HELD ON DRUG CHARGES 
12 PEOPLE INDICTED IN DRUG PROBE 

""'"■need FOr"°uRDS WEAKENS THE ART IN AFRICANO SHOW 

AGYAPQNG, EDWIN 

MORE DRUG ARRESTS LIKELY „rc,^c.,Tt 

MULTI-COUNTY DRUG ARRESTS INV3LVE DURHAM RESIDENTS 

AIKEN, 3EN W. (DEPT. UF HUMAN RESOURCES! 
SEN AIKEN HONORED AT BUTNER 

AIKEN, GEORGE W. ( S EL LERS V I LL E, PA. I 
MR. AIKFN SERVED COUNTRY WELL 
EDITORIALS PRAISED 



S 2 7/13/"'. C 



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6/2A/''<. 
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H2 4/0 7/94 A 4 E 

H 2 11/19/94 A 9 

H 3 8/0")/94 b 1 P N H90 

H 2 8/23/84 A 20 

S 1 4/11/84 C 1 N 

S 2 U/10/94 A ION 

H 2 11/20/84 A 1 P N 

H 2 l/2''/84 DAE 



H 2 l/2"'/94 A I P N 044 
S 2 3/07/94 C 1 N 
H 2 3/08/84 B 2 N 



H 2 5/16/84 A 8 
H 2 11/01/84 C 2 



H 2 1/26/94 9 1 N 

S 2 5/01/84 A 1 N 060 

■: 2 5/02/94 C 1 G C05 

S 2 5/03/84 C 1 COS 

S 2 5/04/94 C I G COS 

H 2 5/0'i/94 D 2 P F 

H 2 5/0''/84 A 7 N 

H 2 5/0''/94 C 1 N W24 

S 2 5/0'»/84 C 1 P N COS 



H 1 1/29/84 B 1 



H 2 Z/lh/'i. 3 P U H45 
H 2 12/30/94 3 P U H45 



M 2 12/12/84 5 8 



S 2 U/01/94 A 1 N K45 
H 3 11/02/84 B 1 N 



H 2 3/22/84 A 19 

H 2 S/C/RA B 1 N 

S 2 3/0'5/e4 C 1 N 

H 2 3/10/94 C 2 

H 2 6/09/94 3 1 P N A54 

H 2 7/19/64 B 1 N 

H 2 l/ia/84 A 10 

H 2 4/24/84 A 10 

H 2 9/26/84 A 4 L 



H 2 7/01/94 B 1 P N 
H 2 7/02/94 9 1 P N 
S 2 7/02/84 C 3 N 



H 2 3/11/94 B 9 
H 2 3/13/84 A 12 



H 2 1/06/84 D 10 U G68 



S ? 10/2fl/°4 A 3 
H 2 10/20/94 C 1 



N J56 
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AITKEN. P. WESLEY REV. 

0UK6 Chaplains help patients ; ope 

AKERS. SUSAN GREY riR. ( unjQ LIBPARY SCHOOL; OECEASEOI 
FORME" UNC DEAN DIES 
OP. AKE»St FIRST WOMAN OEAN Ar UNC-IHAPEL HILL 

AKIN. ETHEL REDNEY 

UNC DENTAL BEQUEST MADE 

ALARIE, MARK 

ONE MOi(E "oIG GAME' FOR DEVILS 

PERKINS. JORDAN GAIN ALL-ACC. ALL-AMERICA 

UNC'S JORDAN PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

ALARIE. TEACHFY FAIL TO MAKE SECOND CUT 

TERPS FIND '*EEF BACK ON THE TABLE. VICTORY ON FLOOR 

ALARIE PLAYER OF WEEK 

ALARIE ON TARGET 

ALBERT. JAMES THOMAS IFROG'IORE. ',.'.. \ 

S.C. MAN ARRESTED AFTER 3-COUNTY CHASE 

ALBERT, LOUISA LAWS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ALBERT. TIMOTHY CHRISTIAN (CHARLOTTE) 
WORKER DIES IN CAVE-IN 

ALBERT, WILLIAM ERNEST lOECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

ALBRIGHT, CAOOL TAYLOR (SANFORDl 

SUIT SPURS HUNT MOVE FOR REWARD 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE MAY CHANGE WORDING OF STATE REWARD OFFERS 

PUBLIC SCRUTINY CAUSED HUNT'S ACT OF CONTRITION 

REWARD SPAT HURTS STATE 

HUNT HOLDS BACK ON 55,000 REWARD 

STATE AGAIN DELAYS ACTION ON J EWARD 

WOMAN TO GET REWARD 

ALCON, LEONARD 

REPUBLICANS WIN ALAMANCE POSTS TO GET MAJORITY ON COUNTY BOARD 
ALAMANCE BOARD GETTING GOP MAJORITY MONDAY 
ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD ELECTS ALCON CHAIRMAN 

ALOAHA, ASNALOO MAPRERO 

DURHAM MAN HELD ON ASSAULT CHARGE 
HEARING SET IN ASSAULT 

ALDERMAN, DONALD 

COVERAGE SUPPORTS JUVENILE-AID EFFORT 

ALDRIDGE, ALLEN 

DEVELOPERS PLAN 5-LANE ROAD 

ALEXANDER. AL6R0 ROOILL 

FORMER CAMP COUNSELOR CHARGED 
FORMER CAMP COUNSELOR PLEADS SUILTY 

ALEXANDER. BERNICE (ALLENTOWN, PA. I IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

ALEXANDER, CURTIS E. OR. 

ALEXANDER TO SPEAK AT KNOW BOOKSTORE 

ALEXANDER. KAY R. 

KOSHER FOOD WON'T MAKE YOU JEWISH 

ALEXANDER, KELLY JR. 

YOUNG BLACKS MUST RFMFMBER PAST - ALEXANDER 
ALEXANDER IS ELECTED NEW NAACP PRESIDENT 

ALEXANDER, KELLY SR. (NAACPI 

NAACP ELECTS TAR HEEL CHAIRMAN 

CHARLOTTE MAN NAMED NAACP BOA^ D LEADER 

STATE NAACP CHIEF QUITTING 

YOUNG BLACKS MUST REMEMBER PAST - ALEXANDER 

ALEXANDER IS ELECTED NEW NAACP PRESIDENT 

ALEXANDER WANTS BLACKS MORE CONSCIOUS OF HISTORY 

ALEXANDER, LEX (CULFfRI 

ALEXANDER WINS DUKE GOLF 

ALEXANDER HAS WORKED AT U.S. :PEN COURSE 

ALEXANDER TAKES HIS GOLF GAME IN STRIDE 

ALEXANDER, TOM DR. (ROXBORO DENTIST) 

ROXBORO DENTIST SAVES HOUSE FROM DECAY 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM M. 

ALEXANDER NAMED HEAD OF STATIONS 

ALEXEEV, MICHAEL 

SOCIETY SHOULD NOT KILL 

ALFORD, GARY L. (LEXINGTON) 

MAN WITH HEART CONDITION HOLDS SUSPECT FOR POLICE 

ALFORD, HARRIET (CARRBORO) 

PET OWNERS HAVE RESPONSIBILITIES, TOO 

ALFORD, HOLLY 

SECOND MEET GETS BALL ROLLING 

ALFORD, LARRY K. (CUMBERLAND CO.) 
DIVE INTO POND FATAL FOR MAN 

ALFORD. PAUL 

WITH THE SPORTS SET 

ALFORD, RON 

'EDDIE KNOX. DEDICATED SERVANT' 

EDDIE KNOX DRAWS SUPPORT FROM VARIED DURHAM GROUPS 

RUNNING WITH TAX DOLLARS? 

ALFORD - MADDEN, KENOY 

MANY HELPED IN SIERRA CLUB RACE 

ALI , MUHAMMAD 

THE NO-QUITTER HAD NO-HITTERS TO PITCH 

ALIt SHEIKH RUSTUM 

cSfI;'=''??';F,^^''5l,,f''^*''E ^O'^" " "ELP EXPLAIN POLITICAL WORLD 

FOLKS AROUiVD HERE: WITH THE PH.D. SET 

NCCU PANELISTS: DEMOCRATIC PARTY CRIPPLED AFTER ELECTION 

ALLAN, CLAIRE 



S I 8/22/84 C 



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H 2 l/2«./8<. D 

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S 2 3/06/R<. 

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H 2 U/02/n<, C 

S 2 12/04/R<. B 

S 2 12/20/84 B 



H 2 <,/23/8<. A 

H 2 5/04/84 C 

H 2 4/21/64 A 

H 2 4/03/84 B 



H 2 6/25/04 A 

S 2 6/26/84 C 

H 2 6/2'»/84 A 

S 2 6/29/84 A 

H 2 7/04/84 C 

H 1 8/D9/84 B 

H I 9/06/84 B 



4 P 

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1 P 
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N C52 

N 

N 

N 

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H 1 
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U/07/84 
12/01/84 
12/04/84 


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C 
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N 
N 


H60 


H 2 
H 2 


3/13/84 
3/14/84 


B 
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5 
9 


N 
N 




S 2 


1/16/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


3/08/84 


B 


1 M N 


L41 


H 2 
H 2 


8/11/84 
11/09/84 


A 
A 


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18 


N 
N 




H 2 


2/15/84 


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11 







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U/18/84 


B 


11 


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H 2 


4/27/84 


A 


4 


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S 2 


10/20/84 
10/22/84 


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H ? 1/1 1/84 C 

H 2 1/17/84 A 

H ? 10/18/84 A 

H 2 10/20/84 A 

S 2 10/22/84 A 

S 2 11/19/84 A 



H 2 4/30/84 B 
H 2 6/10/84 C 
H 2 6/30/84 B 



H 2 7/15/84 E 

S 2 3/24/84 A 

H 2 2/13/34 A 

H 2 4/20/84 C 

H 2 3/02/84 A 

H 2 6/17/84 E 

H 2 1/16/84 A 

H 2 3/24/84 C 



H 2 1/09/84 A 
H 2 3/31/84 A 
H 2 10/05/84 A 



H 2 6/19/34 A 
H 2 6/03/84 B 



H 2 9/30/84 
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S 2 U/13/84 A 



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SCHOLARSHIP PLAN.\ED IN MEHOflY OF DOG 

ALLcNi ALVIN a. ICHAPEL HILLI lOECSASEni 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 
ALLEN TRUST FUND ESTA^LISHEO 

ALLEN, ARVIH IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, DENNIS LEF 

HOUNOEO MAN "STABLE" 

MAN IS Shot 

SHOOTING VICTIM IN STABLE CONDITION 
MAN HELD ON ASSAULT CHAFGE 

ALLEN, ELIZA BOONE IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, HENRY BURNIC6 (DECEASEOI 
OPITUARY 

ALLEN, KARL 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

ALLEN, KFR^'IT LEE 

REuARO: OURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

ALLEN, LELA (OECEASEOI 
OelTUARY 

ALLEN, LILLIAN HARWARD 1 H ILLSBOROLT; H I 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, LUCILLE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

(OECEASEOI 

ALLEN, NANCY OR. ( RHEU-'ATOLOG I ST I 

SOME "CENTAL DISORDERS APE SYMPTOMS OF LUPUS 

ALLEN, NELL HARVEY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, NOR*'AN 

MAN IS BEATEN 

ALLEN, PHILIP W. ( YANCEYVILLE 1 _ „ ,, ,.,, 

OA SEES SIMILARITIES BETWEEN :aSES AND RACE CARS 

ALLEN, PRINCE EOUARO THOMAS (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, RONALD "PATOO" ( A^C PCLICEl 

MAN AWARDED MORF THAN JlOO.Otn FOR AT'^ACK EY COUNTY ABC OFFICER 
COUNTY SHOULO NOT SEE< TO AVOID RESPONSIBILITY 
mC OFFICIALS PONDER APPEAL OF COURT RULING 
ABC BOABO TO APPEAL JUDGMENT 

ALLEN, S"NNY IBASKFTftALL COACHl 

ALLEN'S PACK ROLLS INTO NCAAS 

ALLEN, TERPY 

WOcS TRACED TO INEPT LAWYER 

ALLEN, THOMAS IRALEIGHI 

WHEN WILL TAR HEELS OPPOSE TH? TYRANNY? 

ALLEN, THOMAS "SKEET"" (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, THOMAS C. IFRANKLINTOM 
HUMANISM IS OUR RELIGION 

ALLEN, TuQMAS EDWARD ""DOMINO" ( CONN . 1 IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, TIMOTHY LEWIS 

Z INJURED AS CAR CRASHES INTO TREE 
2 HURT IN CRASH 

ALLEN, WALTER (Jt'OGEI 

JUDGE SAYS ".-YEAR-OLD MUST TESTIFY 

BRANNON"S RULING MAKES SENSE IN S;X-ABUSE CASES 

""'■^''vIsfTbR'AT^NORTHERN HIGH SCH03L BEATEN BY STUDENT WITH IRON PIPE 

ALLEN, WILLIAM PAUL I HAW RIVERI (OfCFAScOl 

MAW RIVER MAN, 5"., KILLED IN 1-85 WRECK 

ALLEVA, JOE (DUKE UNIV. I 

IRS RULING TO AFFECT ATHLETICS FUND RAISING 

ALLEY, JENNIFER 

UNC FRUSTRATED OVER TOP 20 SNJ B 

»LL£Y, LARRY C. (LCUISPURGl „ „ ,,„ 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING U-YEAR-OLO GIRL 

ALLIGOOD, RONALD OUT.NER PUBLIC SA'^ETY DEPT.I 

8UTNER Chief plans move by Christmas 



ALLISON, ANNIE MAE lEXECUTEOI 

6ARFIELD WOULD BE THIRD N.C, 



WOMAN TO BE EXECUTED 



ALLISON, BOBBY . . , 

ALLISON SETS TRACK MAPK IN ROCKINGHAM w IN 

ALLISON UREAKS JINX 

MARTINSVILLE A LUNG STORY FOR ALLISON 

WORLD 600= NO. 25 FOR WORLD t>')0, NO. 200 FOR PETTY? 

ALLISON NUDGES WALTRIP, SPEED IN SPORTSMAN 

ALLISON WINS WORLD 600 AS CAL5"S ENGINE BLOWS 

BEST OF FORTUNES SMILE ON ALLI SON 

ALLISON CLAIMS ?R0 WURLO 600 TITLE 

ALLISON'S GIVING THOUGHTS TO HasCAR POINTS CHASE 

ALLISON'S TFA" Mitji^ER PROTESTS POCONO FINISH 

ALLISON TEAM PROTESTS SCORING IN VAN SCOT 500 

PETTY. ALLISON NO GO ON POLES 

ALLISON, OAN^Y NATHAN (ME3ANEI 

ALLISON'S CASE SET FQR FEB. 7 
SEXUAL ABUSE TRIAL OPENS 



S I T 

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H 2 10/04/P<. A 2<. N 



H 2 2/l'3/3<. C 2 

H 2 2/22/e<. 3 7 

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H 2 12/03/84 B 



S 2 "J/O?/?". A 6 

S 1 9/05/B4 C 1 

H ? R/Of,/"><, 3 1 

S 2 9/06/94 C 1 



H 2 12/04/04 S 12 
H 2 10/06/84 3 6" 
H 2 6/07/B4 B 1 U 



H 2 6/07/84 A 17 

H 2 5/31/94 A 18 

H 2 1/20/84 A 10 

H 2 12/25/84 C 4 

H 2 7/21/84 C 2 

H 2 10/07/84 3 11 

H 2 11/11/94 B 2 

S 2 11/03/84 A 3 

H I 5/17/84 B 1 

H 2 1/12/84 3 5 



S 2 12/07/84 C I 

M 2 12/0S/''4 C 4 

S 2 12/11/94 A 4 

S 2 12/14/94 C I 

S 2 12/15/84 A 3 



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H 2 6/15/84 A 14 



H 2 10/29/94 3 1 
S 2 10/29/84 A 7 



S 2 11/14/84 C 4 
S 2 11/25/84 A 4 



H 2 10/11/34 B 4 N 

H 3 8/31/94 G 1 N 

S 2 9/14/94 A 1 N 

H 2 1/22/34 C 11 P U C52 

H I 9/29/94 a 1 N 

H 1 9/11/84 C 1 P N H60 

S 2 10/29/84 A 2 N 



H 2 3/05/84 1 N S9I 

5 2 3/05/94 7 P N 

M 2 4/29/94 C 7 N U50 

H 2 5/27/94 C 1 P U 071 

H 2 5/27/94 C 3 N W60 

H 2 5/29/94 B 2 P N W50 

H 2 5/2«/94 3 2 U 071 

S 2 5/29/84 3 P N 

H 2 6/03/94 C 5 M W60 

H 2 6/14/94 3 N 

5 2 6/14/94 3 3 N 

H 2 6/24/84 C 7 N W50 



S 1 1/12/94 C 1 N 

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THREe kriMEN TESTIFY ALLISON ASSAULTED THE^ 




H 3 


2/lfo/Hit B 


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BANK PtrtCTIVE TESTIFIES IN USANCE CJ. TRIAL 




$ 2 


2/l6/fl4 C 


1 


N 


B46 




WITNESS: PAPEO LINKS ALLISON '0 CHIME SCENE 




H ■I 


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ALLISON TFSTICIES IN ASSAULT TRIAL 




S 2 


2 /if /ni* A 


5 


N 


W36 




DEFENDANT DENIES ASSAULTING STUDENT 




H 3 


2/lfl/8't B 


1 


N 


W36 




WITNESS IDENTIFIES DEFENDANT'S VOICE IN ASSAULT 


TRIAL 


H 3 


2/21/94 B 


1 


M 


W36 




JURORS HEAR ASSAULT CASE TESTIMONY 




S 2 


2/2 l/f-V A 


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N 






DElIBERA IIONS BEGIN IN SEX ASSAULT TRIAL 




H 3 


2/2?/Rft B 


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JURY PONDERING ASSAULT CASE 




S ? 


2/22/8^ A 


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SEX OFFENSE CASE DECLARED MISTRIAL 




H 3 


2/23/P4 B 


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W36 




ALLISON HAKES GUILTY PLEA TO ASSAULTS AND BREAK 


-INS 


S 7 


3/20/84 A 


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W3fi 




MAN ENTFRS GUILTY PLEAS IN SEX CASES. ..GETS LIFE 


H 2 


3/21/''4 8 


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N 


W36 




QUICK PAROLE FOR CONVICT A DISTURBING POSSIBILITY 


S 2 


3/23/84 A 










BARREi) ANNOUNCES TWO RESIGNATIONS 




H 3 


3/23/'*4 B 


I 






JUSTICE LACKING IN LENIENT SENTENCE 




H 2 


4/03/B4 A 


4 


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ALLISON, F. V. JR. 
















WILLIE C. LOVETT RE-ELECTED OJRHAH COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN 


H 2 


12/17/84 A 


1 


N 






ALLISON, LAVONIA 
















SINGLE-MEMBER DISTRICTS PLAN To BE PRESENTED 




H 2 


3/06/84 A 


1 


M N 


046 




HOUSE OKS AMENDMENT TO REDRAW DURHAM LINE' 




S 2 


3/08/P4 A 


1 




C60 




OFFICIAL CITED FOR 'SERIOUS MISUSE" OF STAT=-OWN£D CAR 


H 2 


5/08/84 8 


1 


N 


S5 1 




I OR. ALLISON: NO COMMENT ON RE'RIMANO OVER CAR 




H 2 


5/09/84 A 


10 
I, 


N 






STATE CAh MISUSE CAN'T BE TOLERATED 




H 2 


5/in/p<, A 


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UNC'S RESPONSE TO DR. ALLISON IS OFF-LIMITS 




H 2 


5/2 3/^4 8 


1 


N 






UNC OFFICIALS PROBE MISUSE OF STATE CAR 




S 2 


5/23/94 C 


\ 


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H05 




DELEGATES EYE STATE ELECTIONS AT CONVENTION 




H 2 


7/22/84 A 


8 


N 






BLACKS MAY URGE GOP REGISTRATION 




S 2 


12/18/84 C 


1 


M 


J56 




ALLISON, MARCELENA lEFLANOI 
















HELMS HELPED GET SOCIAL SECURITY 




H 2 


10/15/84 A 


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ALLISON, RODNEY (DUKE U.l 
















TEXAS TECH'S ALLISON JOINING SLOAN'S STAFF 




$ ? 


2/25/84 A 


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DUKE'S ALLISON: 'HISS' HOBBY HUNTING WEST TEXAS 


RATTLERS 


H 2 


9/27/84 


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ALLRED, CARY (SENATOR) 
















REPUBLICANS WIN ALAMANCE POSTS TO GET MAJORITY ON COUNTY BOARD 


H I 


11/07/84 8 


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ALLREO, EDWARD WILLIAM IHENDFRSONI IDECE'VSEDI 














HENDERSON MAN KILLED, ONE HURT IN CAR CRASH 




w ? 


9/10/84 A 


9 


Q 







VANCE COUNTY MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 




S 2 


9/10/84 C 


2 


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ALLREO, JIM (ROCKINuHAM CO.) 














ROCKINGHAM DEPUTY SHOT 




H 2 


1/08/84 A 


6 


N 




ALLRED, THOMAS (GREENSBORQl 












f 




STATE ELECTION OFFICE CROWDED BY CANDIDATES AS FILING ENDS 


H 2 


2/07/84 a 


1 I 


N 




JONES CHALLENGES GOV. HUNT WITH DREAMS... IF NOT 


HOPE 


H 2 


5/Q4/84 B 


I 


P N 


046 ( 




HUNT, HELMS EASILY ROMP OVER IHALLENGERS 




H 2 


5/09/84 A 


I 1 


N 






JACKSON THE WINNER IN DURHAM 




H 2 


5/09/84 C 


1 


M 


! 




ALLSBROOK, JULIAN ISFNATORl 














VETERANS TO LEAVE LEGISLATURE 




S 2 


2/29/84 A 


7 


N 




SEN. JULIAN ALLSBROOK DIES AT AGE 81 




H 2 


5/16/84 A 


7 


G 


c 




TAX CREDIT SOUGHT ON INVENTORY TAX 




H 2 


6/0B/B4 A 


9 


N 







ALLSBROOK, ROBERT IFIRST UNION VIC= PRESIDENT! 












I 




ECONOMIST: HOUSING BOOM TO CONTINUE 




S 2 


3/07/94 C 


1, \ 


N 




w ECONOMISTS EXPECT STRONG YEAS FOR N .C . 




H 2 


6/01/84 A 


6 


N 


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ALM, ALVIN L. ( E'AI 












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AGENCY PLANS BIG SPENDING AT R TP 




H 2 


3/15/84 '^ 


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ACID RAIN TOPS ERA'S LIST 




S 2 


3/15/84 C 


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ALSPON, BARRY EUGENE (RALEIGHJ 












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POLICE INVESTIGATE SHOOTING 




S 2 


11/30/84 A 


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ALSTON, ANDRE (HOT DOG VENDOR) 












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TOURING THE EATING TRACK 




H 2 


5/25/84 C 


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ALSTON, BARRY ISTRAWSERRY HILLS APTS.) 














SUSPECT CHARGED IN STORE RUBB=RY 




H 2 
S 2 


12/11/84 6 
12/13/84 A 


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INMATE ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT 




3 


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ALSTON. 9YRGN (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED) 












1, 




WRECK KILLS DRIVER 
OBITUARY 




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ALSTON, CHARLES W. 














IJ ARE SENTENCED IN CAR-WRECK INSURANCE SCHEME 
DEFENDANTS IN SCHEME PLAN NO APPEAL 




H 2 
S 2 


8/16/84 4 
8/18/84 A 


1 
3 


N 
N 




ALSTON, CORDEL (DECEASED! 
















OBITUARY 




H 2 


6/29/84 4 


14 


a 






ALSTON. DORSEY (CHAPEL HILL] 
















MAN SHOT IN HEAD AFTER niSAGR=EMFNT 




S 2 


12/03/P4 A 
12/04/84 b 


3 

I 


N 






MAN SURVIVES SHOT; ANOTHER IS CHARGED 




H 3 


N 






ALSTON, FRANK (CHAPEL HILL) 
















CANDY DISH USED IN ASSAULT 
ASSAULT CHARGE FILED 




H 3 
S 2 


4/03/84 P 
4/03/B4 


1 
4 








ALSTON, FRANK HOWARD 
















APPLAUSE FOR DURHAM CITY'S STIEET MAINTENANCE DIVISION 


H 2 


3/10/84 A 


4 


L 






ALSTON, GWENDOLYN 
















12 ARE SENTENCED IN CAR-WRECK INSURANCE SCHEME 
DEFENDANTS IN SCHEME PLAN NO APPEAL 




H 2 
S 2 


8/16/84 A 
8/18/84 A 


1 

3 


N 


sa2 




ALSTON, HENRY (CHAPEL HILL) 
















MAN FACES WEAPONS CHARGES 




H 3 


3/07/84 B 


1 


N 






ALSTON, JAMES ROBERT 
















BOOM FALLS, HITS WORKER IN CHAPEL HILL 




H ' 


5/11/84 R 
5/11/84 A 


4 
10 


N 
N 






MAN INJURED BY noOM SAID IN FAIR CONDITION 




S 2 






ALSTON, JOHN JUNIOR 
















MAN HELD IN ASSAULT 

CANAL ST. MAN VICTIM OF CUTTING 

ALSTON, JUDGE HAYWOOD (HENDERSON) 




S 2 

H 2 


8/18/84 A 
d/19/84 A 


3 

6 


N 
M 






HENDERSON YOUTH DROWNING VICTIM 
ALSTON, LARRY 




H 2 


6/30/84 B 


e 









WHY FRET ABOUT SMUT WHEN SERVICE FAILS? 




H 2 


7/05/84 A 


4 


L 






ALSTON, LARRY D. (LOUISBURG) 
















LOUISBURG MAN KILLED IN VA • 




H 2 


5/31/8^ A 


6 


N 






ALSTON, LATHROP "LATH" 
















'LATH' ALSTON REMEMBERS WHEN: DURHAM WAS JUMPING 


WITH THE COUNT 


S 2 


9/13/84 D 


1 


> P 


371 




ALSTON, LESTER EARL 















MONTHLY/»H 



rj u a L 

1/01/8". 



INDEX 

12/3l/n« 



NAMES 



p»r,E 6 

1 / I <./ S 5 



2 MEN ARE HURT, HOUSE RUINEO «S GAS fLA=ES UP 
bURN VICTIM'S CGNOITION IMPRO/ES 
2 auRHEO STARTING HEATER WITH jAS 

ALSTON. LILLIAN "CPHAUL (DfCEASEHI 
OBITUARY 

""^'°PCLIC?'sAv'pROuPlNTO DEATHS 'ROOUCES LITTLE INCORHATIQM 

HAxi OEPUnES MILL QUESTION TEXAS INMATE ABOUT SLASHINGS 

ALSTON. MAIJOE BURNETTE (CHAPEL HIL. I lOECEASEOI 
09ITUAKV 

ALSTON. MICHAEL LEE ^„ ^,. 

OFFICER FIGHTS KITH HAN FOR GJN 

Ai ^TnN. PnopRT L» 

COUNTY'S DEFENSE AGAINST ESCAPES IS SGT. BILLY POOLF 

ALSTONt WILBERT (L0UISBU1G1 

N.Y. FUGITIVE ARRESTED IN FRANHLIN 

ALSTON. WILLIE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ALTMAN. DIANA INAT'L ORGANIZATION = OR WOMENI 
REAGAN LIMITS WOMEN'S CHOICES 

ALTMAN. FORREST 

ENVIRONMENT IS GRHUP'S FOCUS 
TOPSAIL ISLAND ACCESS CHANGE ^PPJSEO 

ALTSHULLFR. A, PAUL DR. 

GOVERNMENT WORKERS DON'T GET 1IG PENSIONS 

ahakpr Tn*^ 

DUKE'S AMAKER GUARDING POINT iS PROJECTED 
MARYLA.^O AND THE MAKING OF AMI KER 
AWAKE" HELPS TURN DUKE INTO CTNTENDER 
LUCAS STILL AMAKER'S IDHL 

""'"juSGE'sSYf EvlSihcrSE?DED TO JUSTIFY SEIZURE OF ESTATE 
DRUG DEALER GETS 10-YEAR TERM 

AHATO. HERB INHRThERN H.S-1 
AMATO LEAVING NORTHERN 

AMAYA. DONNA M. 

DOCTOR'S SENTENCE A RESPONSIBLE DECISION 

MADD ChsnGES its NA'ie 

ATTEND VIGIL TO HONOR VICTIMS 

AMAZON, IRVING IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

'"OUKHAM CRIMESTOPPERS REWARD: ■< AN ACCUSED OF ASSAULT 

AMICK. LARRY 

AMICK HOUSE TO BE FORECLOSED 

S??l^bJSI^°jtl27^'e'E2D[?SE'?rfJ;i REORGANIZATION PLAN 

JUDGE POSTPONES DECISION ON MICA REORGANIZATION 

FU" "UST SUBMIT PLAN TO CREOITORf. 

AMICK'S HOUSE SOLD TO BIDDER = C» »3'.1.877.50 

FIRM LENUS MONEY ON AMICK HOUSE 

AMMON, ART 

HANDLING 

AMMON, MARTHA 

HELMS SHOULD BACK N.C. WILOER'lESS ACT 

AMNOTT, JANE AND DEL 
WHAT A DOLL 

AMOS, STEVEN IGUILFORO CO.) 

OFFICIALS SAY ESCAPE FOILED 

AMUNOSON, "APY E. 

PRO-BANKING DIPLOMATS 

ANDERSON, CHP IS 

DURHAM WOMAN VISITS HOMELAND IN POLAND 

ANCERSON. DONALD N. I MARS HILL COLLEGEI „^,„ .,, tuct 

MOUNTAINS MAY PAY PRICE FOR I'JDUSTRIAL RECRUITMENT 

ANDERSON. FQWARO L. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ANDERSON, FRANK 

HIS OUAL ITY-CONTROL CAMPAIGN 

ANDERSON, JACK 

NEW NAVY PLANE NOT A LEMON 
WOES TRACED TO INEPT LAWYER 

ANDERSON, JEAN B. , ,, „,,„ ^^„ 

BUILDER OF BLACKNALL HOUSE IS DISPUTED 

ANOE°SnN, JOHN a. 11^80 PRESIDENTIAL CANOIDATEl 
ANDERSON Can HELP U.S. POLITICS 

The''aN0ERS0'i'"0IFFERENCE: TINY HOT AIR EALLOON GROUNDS MONDALE 
ANDERSON TALK SCHEDULED TODAY AT UNC-CHAPEL HILL 
ANDERSON ATTACKS HELMS AND 'NEW RIGHT' 
ANDERSON: 'RIGHT' IS WRONG 

ANDERSON. JOHN C. 

GROUP MAY LOSE DAVIE COUNTY FARM 

ANDERSON^^K ^ij^^g 5j,(;54nT5 INDICT=0 IN FLORIDA 

"""^"FORiER 'beauty QUEEN'S TRIAL IS DELAYED BY JUDGE IN UTAH 

ANDERSON, LEWIS E. DR. 

OWNER BACKED ZONE CHANGE 

ANDERSON, NANCY DR. 
COMPUTER CAMP 



A BOARD OF DIRECTORS CAN BE A TRICKY PROPOSITION 



ROUGHT 01 AWARD, PRESTIGE 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

M 2 l/lS/84 B 1 P N 
H 2 I/16/>!A B 1 N 

5 2 1/16/94 A 3 N 



H 2 lO/2(>/B* C 8 



S 2. l/03/B<. 3 8 
H 2 1/03/P4 a I 
H I Z/C/f". e 1 



H 2 4/22/84 C 2 

H 2 3/2D/°<. A 13 N A54 

H 2 l/il/"' A 11 N 

H I 10/12/9<. 3 1 N 

H 2 6/06/84 B 8 

S 2 9/07/84 A 4 L 



S 2 l/l''/84 C 1 
H 2 11/28/84 A 4 



H 2 a/02/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/04/84 B 2 P N C52 

H 2 2/12/84 C 3 P U D71 

S 2 2/17/84 D 1 P N 018 

H 2 12/13/84 D 1 P U M7I 



H 2 3/03/84 A 1^ 
H 2 7/15/84 B 4 



S 2 7/04/84 D 3 



H 2 4/06/84 A 4 
H 2 10/24/°4 a 4 
H 2 12/03/84 A 4 



H 2 7/03/84 B 



H 2 6/28/84 A 10 P G 



H 2 1/20/84 B 5 

H 2 4/28/84 A 16 

H 2 6/12/84 A 15 

H 2 7/07/84 A 5 

H 2 3/09/84 Q 3 

H 2 9/30/84 C 10 

H 2 9/19/84 A 13 



N L41 

N L41 

N L41 

M L41 

N 
N 



N L4 1 



H 2 6/10/34 D 10 

H 2 1/31/84 A 4 L 

S 2 12/21/84 C I P P M66 

H 1 3/03/84 5 1 N 

H 2 11/02/84 A 4 L 

S 2 7/21/84 A 1 P F SD9 

S 2 9/14/84 C 5 N 

H 2 3/15/84 A 20 P 

H 3 11/11/84 D 13 P N L4l 



H 2 2/27/84 A 4 L 
S 2 3/29/84 A 4 L 



H 2 10/12/84 A 4 



H 2 l/12/»4 a 4 F 

H 2 4/26/84 A 4 E 

(CARTOONI H 2 9/03/84 A 4 T T R55 

H 2 10/29/84 A 9 N 

H 2 10/30/84 C 1 N W36 

S 2 10/30/84 C 1 N L3B 



H 2 7/14/84 A 8 N 

M 2 10/17/84 A 9 N 

M 2 U/09/34 A 15 N 

H 2 12/12/»4 A 4 L 

S 2 7/23/84 A 2 P P S76 



MONTHLY/A 



N .*i U A L 
l/Ol/b<. 



INDEX 
l2/3l/8<. 



NAMES 



PACE 7 

1/1V15 



?G L P BYL 



ANOERSONf 
N.C. 



PHYLLIS A. 

WOMAN WINS REVIEW OF SEX I SCR I M I NAT ION CASE 



S 2 l>/\.<^/IM, i 1 



ANDERSON. TERRELL IN. Y.I 

UPUG LINK INVESTIOATEO IN SL AY I NG S 
<» FACE NARCariCS ARRESTS 

ANPE"SON. THOMAS CLARK 

FRATERNITY RAISING MONEY FOR = UNO 

ANDERSON, TIFFANY L. lOECEASEOI 
ORITUARY 

ANPERSON. TODD 

ANDEKSUN HONOFED 

ANDERSON. TOMMY JR. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: 



WITH THE WEE SET 



ANDERSON. VAN 

THESE TWO PLAN TO STAY 



BEST SRIENDS' FOR LIFE 



CLEAN UP WASTES, LANGUAGE, TOO 



ANDERSON. WARREN M. 

CHEMISTS ATTENDING INSTITUTE TOLO: 

ANDERSON, WRIGHT lELON COLLEGEI 

ELON'S ANDERSON SOUND FOR USFL 

ANOKAOF. BILLY (WAKE FOREST GOLFER! 

ANDRADE GUIDES DEACONS TO IRON DUKE CLASSIC TITLE 

ANDRE, HOPE ICHABLOTTEI lOECEASEDI 

FAMILY FILES SUIT IN GIRL'S DEATH 

ANDREWS, CtlRRIE ANDERSON lOECEASEDI 
03ITUARY 

ANDREWS, ERNEST G. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS, EUGENE LARRY ISNEADS FERRY I 

2<, PEOPLE ARE CHARGED IN N.C. MARIJUANA CASE 

ANDREWS, FREDA L. 

CABBAGE PATCH DOLLS 

ANDREWS, GEORGE 

THERE'S NO MORE DOUBT ABOUT IT, THIS COUPLE SAYS 

ANDREWS, IKE IREP.I 

ANDREWS, COPEY READY TO FILE; LEE HOLDS BACK ANNOUNCEMENT 

COBEY FILES F"R CONGRESSIONAL SEAT 

ANDREWS TO OPEN ORANGE COUNTY OFFICE 

ANDREWS PLANS ANUTHER OFFICE 

ANDREWS IS OFFICIALLY IN THE 'ACE 

ANDREWS OFFICIALLY ENTERS PRIMARY FOR HOUSE SEAT 

ANDREWS FACES LEE IN ^.TH DISTRICT BATTLE 

SECOND OPINION: MAYBE 

ANDREWS TO HOLD FARM OREAKFAST 

TEACHERS TO BACK ANDREWS 

<,TH CONGRESSIONAL RACE POLITICALLY POLITE 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

CONGRESS STUDIES HEALTH PLAN OF UNC STUDENT 

REP. ANDREWS TO TOUR AREA 

ANDREWS PLANS CAMPAIGN TOURS 

"(TH DISTRICT PACE FAILING TO GENERATE CONTROVERSY 

<,TH DISTRICT HOPEFULS BELIEVE THEY ARE BEST 

ANDREWS CALLS ORANGE COUNTY BIG CHALLENGE 

ANDREWS EXPECTS TO LOSE 0RAMG6 

<|TH DIST. CANDIDATES CITE BLACK SUPPORT 

ANDREWS WINS iTH DISTRICT NOMINATION 

ANDREWS GETS NOMINATION AGAINST TWO CHALLENGERS 

ANDREWS GOING 10 D-DAY CEREMONY 

COBEY ATTACKS ANDREWS ON MX V:)TES 

MARTIN GIVES TEACHE'iS LESSON IN GOP POLITICS 

COBEY CRITICIZES ANDREWS ON ATTFNnANCP RECORD 

REP. ANDREWS GETS BEST GRADES FROM LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS 

LEE'S JOB WILL FOCUS ON STUDE'ITS 

ANDREWS BRUSHES OFF COBEY'S ATTACK 

HUNT HITS HELMS ON EDUCATION, PROMISES WORLD'S PEST SCHOOLS 

COBEY ISSUES DEBATE CHALLENGE 

ANTI-CLEMENCY PROTESTERS MEET HUNT IN ST. PAULS 

ANDREWS CALL CONFERENCE 

CHANGES MADE IN HELMS-HUNT PE3ATE 

COBEY ATTACKS ANDREWS' HOUSE ATTENDANCE 

COBEY SAYS ANDRES IS 'BIG SPE>IDER' 

MONDALE'S DAUGHTER AND FORD TJ CAMPAIGN IN N.C. 

CLARIFICAT ION 

COBEY TRIES TO LINK ANDREWS Tn M3NDALE . 

COBEY: ANDREWS IS A 'MONDALE LIBERAL' 

POLL 'AYS HUNT IS LEADING HEL"1 S 

COBEY, ANDREWS AGREE OFTEN, AYOID DEBATE AT POLITICAL FORUM 

COBEY REPORT DUE TODAY 

COBEY: ANDREWS DESPERATE CANDIDATE 

COBEY PUMMELS ANDREWS FOR APSiNCES 

ANDREWS, COPEY MQOIFY STYLES IN REMATCH 

ANDREWS, COBEY PREDICT VICTORIES 

VALENTINE BUCKING GOP TIDE; BILL COBEY LEADING ANDREWS 

5 CONGKESSMEN WIN RE-ELECTION IN N.C. CONTESTS 

COBEY LEADS ANDREWS IN FARLY RETURNS; COBLE TAKES EARLY LEAD IN 6TH. 

COBEY UNSEATS ANDREWS IN CL05= RACE 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN ITH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

COBEY SOUEAKS BY INCUMBENT ANIREWS 

COBEY ELECTED IN "iTH DISTRICT 

RANDOLPH, WAKE GIVE COBEY WIN OVER ANDREWS 

ANDREWS: REAGAN IGNORING PROG! AM 

ANDREWS, J. BRIGHT ICHAPEL HILLI 

DEATH PENALTY DOESN'T ENCOURAGE MURDER 



ANDREWS, JAMES "JACK" 
OBITUARY 



ADDISON IDECEASEDI 



ANDREWS, MARTHA ANNE HILLS REV. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS, R. HOMER lOECEASEDI 

HDMFR ANDREWS, EX-COMM IS S I ON E' 

ANDREWS, REGGIE IFDOTBALL PLAYERI 

DEFENSE SUDDENLY DUKE'S BIG HI PE 

ANDREWS, RICHARD lUNCI 

HEALTH CONFERENCE TOLD WEAK OSHA GETS WEAKER 



2 12/2n/9<. 
2 l2/20/8<, 



I N ASA 
I N A47 



H 2 <,/26/a<, C I 1 N 

H 2 8/27/8<. B 5 

S 2 6/02/B<. A ID N 

H 2 >)/25/S<, B 1 U 

H 2 10/21/B<. E 2 P F H<,5 

H 2 3/22/8'. B 2 N B30 

H 2 l/15/8<. C 6 N 

H 2 3/26/8<. B 3 P N 

H 2 11/09/8'. A 17 N 

H 2 8/01/8'. A 9 

H 2 5/13/84 B 2 



H 2 5/0',/e4 A 20 



N 



H 2 12/20/8A A '. L 

H 2 lQ/28/8<, E 2 P F HOI 



H 




1/19/84 


B 






N 


P46 


H 




1/21/84 


A 




o 


N 


846 


s 




2/01/"4 


C 






N 




H 




2/01/84 


B 




P 


N 


846 


s 




2/02/94 


A 




p 


N 


346 


H 




2/01/R4 


A 




p 


N 




s 




2/06/84 


A 






N 


X74 


H 




2/12/84 


D 






E 




H 




2/25/84 


C 






N 




H 




3/09/84 


B 






N 




H 


2 


4/15/B4 


A 






F 


046 


H 


2 


4/21/B4 


B 






N 




s 


2 


4/23/84 


C 






N 




H 


3 


5/02/84 


6 




p 


N 




s 


2 


5/02/84 


A 


20 




N 




s 


2 


5/02/84 


C 


14 


P 


N 




s 


2 


5/03/84 


c 






N 


W36 


H 


3 


5/DS/B4 


8 




P 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


5/05/84 


A 


12 




N 




H 


2 


5/06/84 


D 




p 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


5/09/84 


C 






N 


346 


H 


2 


5/10/84 


A 






N 




M 


2 


5/26/»4 


B 






N 




H 




6/08/84 


B 




P 


N 


046 


H 


2 


7/01/84 


A 


13 




N 




H 


2 


7/04/84 


A 


12 




N 




H 


2 


7/24/84 


A 






N 




s 


2 


8/23/84 


B 






N 


CDS 


s 


2 


8/24/84 


C 






N 




H 


2 


8/29/84 


B 






N 




H 


3 


8/^9/84 


B 






N 




s 


2 


8/29/84 


A 


16 




N 




s 


2 


9/03/84 


C 






N 




H 


2 


9/05/84 


A 






N 




H 


3 


9/19/84 


B 




P 


N 


W36 


s 


2 


9/19/84 


C 


13 




N 




H 


2 


9/20/84 


A 


21 




N 




H 


3 


9/21/84 


3 






N 




s 


2 


9/23/H4 


C 






B 


J56 


H 


3 


9/29/84 


B 






N 




H 


2 


1D/D6/B4 


A 


14 




N 




H 


1 


10/10/84 


B 






N 


046 


s 


2 


10/15/84 


A 






N 




s 


2 


lD/26/84 


A 






N 


C36 


H 


3 


10/27/84 


c 






N 


W36 


H 


2 


U/02/84 


A 






N 


046 


s 


2 


11/03/84 


A 






N 


W36 


H 


2 


1/07/84 


A 




C 


N 




H 


2 


1/07/84 


A 


13 




N 




H 


I 


11/07/84 


B 






N 




S 


2 


1/07/84 


A 




P 


N 


W36 


H 


2 


1/09/84 


A 


15 




N 




H 


2 


11/08/94 


B 




P 


N 


W36 


H 


1 


1 1/08/84 


B 






N 




H 


3 


11/08/84 


B 






N 


W36 


H 


2 


11/29/84 


A 




P 


N 


K45 



H 2 4/09/84 A 4 L 
H 2 8/06/84 D 6 



H 2 12/14/84 C 14 
H 2 12/18/84 C 4 



H 2 6/D9/84 B 4 

S 2 9/27/84 E 1 P N F25 

H 2 2/19/84 3 1 N B30 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U » L 
1/01/64 - 



INDEX 
12/31/B'. 



NAMES 



'ELIZASETH II' 



SILK MIT- TO PBINCESS. 



FEOEftAL AGENCIES 'NaT PUSMEC ON HEALTH RULES 

ANOKEnSi ROBERT 4. ICHaPEL HILLi (3ECEASE0I 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS. SAM w. (ALCGhOL REHAB. CENrSRI 
RU.MORS FALSE THJT CFNTE" HILL CLOSE 
GET THE FACTS ABOUT SUTNER AL'OHOL CENTER 

ANDREWS. ^THO-AS^J.^ JU0GESHIP(S1 DRAWING HOST OF P»OSPECTS 

ANDROPOj/.^YURI^^^ FOREIGN POLICIES TO BE FROZEN 
DEATH OF J FOOTNOTE ICARTOONI 
SOVIET'S DEATH AN OPENING 
OEAtS, as -AS LIFE, WAS A SECRET "ATTER 

4NGE. AuDRA 

NEWSPAPER LESSON 

ANGE. JAMES PRENTIS (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

ANGEt JOHNNY NELSON 

ASSAULT NETS ".-YEAR TER" 

ANGE. WILLIE CHESTER 
OBITUARY 

ANGELES. MENDOZA IMEXICO CITY) 

HEROIN SMUGGLERS GET PRISON HRMS 

ANGELILLOf JOSEPH anThONY 

• r,i.cLli.LJ.^Jus^ jH YiSO - DAMAGED IN WRECK 

""^"'"''Nlc^BONDsSiX'HELPS FREE FAITH HEALER AFTER SERVICE BRINGS ARREST... 

""''"'mayor^recommends empty stores be used for housing 

ankel-simmons. frioerun 

resfarcher at duke wins award 
duke researcher receives awaro 

ANLYAN. WILLIAM G. DR. ,„„.,, .-r c.ie i n» 
DUKE REDUCING MEDICAL SCHOOL'S CLASS SIZE lOt 
DUKE -EOICAL FORUM LOOKS AT 'DOCTOR GLyT' 
ANLYAN, WYNGAARDEN TO 6E ON RESEARCH TEAM 
DUKE HOSPITAL WANTS HELICOPTER SERVICE 

'""^'pr'nCeIPanNE may ATTEND N.C. CELEBRATIPN 

PRINCESS ANNE TO VISIT N.C. F:i R CELEBRATION 

THE BRITISH ARE COMING: TO HELP COMMISSION THE 

PRINrc^S To VISIT 

BRITISH PRINCESS TO ATTEND CE'E-ONIES AT MANTEO 

PRINCESS ANNE'S VISIT TO SPOTLIGHT N.C. 

PRINCFSS TO BE GUEST 

UNC'S ROYAL HIDEAWAY: TIPPING JOHN mqRcMEAD'S 

MANTEO, CHAPEL HILL PREPARE F: R PRINCESS 

PRINCESS WILL HAVE A WEB OF SECURITY 

DANCE FESTIVAL PULLS IN PLENTY OF LOCALS ,„,„.^. 

PPINCFSS ANNE WILL OPEN 400TH ANNTVcRSARY TPIBUTc , „ „ 

ROLl"0T ThF CARPFT. a princess IS coming TO CHAPEL HILL TODAY 

PRINCESS WILL SPEND TONIGHT 11 CHAPEL HILL 

N.C. FETE COMES TC LIFE ^^.,„ 

PRINCESS' AREA VISIT REALLY PRIVATE AFFAIR 

MANTEO SPRUCED UP FOR FESTIVITIES TODAY 

PRINCESS: N.C, ENGLAND SHARE HISTORY 

ANNE: SHE'S NOT A SPOILED BRAT 

PRINCESS EVOKFS PAST, TIES 

Sl:g^^^Ak^Bl?L'?;ii5lY''frA5?'SlS'?rSKlP DINNER FOR PRINCESS 

A J13-MILLI0N ANNIVERSARY 

LINEAGE RFPORTEI INCORRECTLY 

FOLKS AROUND HE'E: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

THEY GAVE GIFTS FIT FOR A PRINCESS 

ANTHONY, FRANCIS MIRION ICHARLOTTEI 

NEW MURDER TRIAL ?EING SOUGHT , , „„ 
WOMAN SAYS HER LIES SENT T«0 TO DEATH ROW 

ANTHONY, KEVIN IFOOT^ALL PLAYERl ..u^tc 

MAYE, ANTHONY SEEK CHANCE TO CALL UNC'S SHOTS 
EXPERIENCED ANTHONY EARNS UNC START 

c=uM Finally settles uncs great cib '^^stery 

FUIURE dentist sinks teeth into UNC'S CB POSITION 
ANTHONY FIGHTS IMAGE ,., , n . r ^., 

ANTHONY'S IMPROVEMENT SALVAGES U'IC'S SEASON 
ANTHONY QUIETLY TAKING CRACK AT UNC MARKS 

"*^"°'!I!lLi5T°fH?NG...F0R WOMEN WAS THE SUSAN B. ANTHONY DOLLAR ICARTOONl 

ANTHONY^. TYRONE^^^ MAKING PLANS WITH SAINTS 

'"^'"^UNc'^STUoInTS will find FOOD SERVICE CHANGES 

ANTRIM. VIRGINIA 

MPS. CHANDLER IS DEDICATED 

APFRANS. GUNDARS (NEW YQPK ATTORNEY) 

BONO ATTORNEYS SAY CENTER PACT WITH COUNTY LEGAL 

""''■^PSO,""CITIZENS ARGUE OVER CONFIONTATION 

APPLE, CHRIS ICUKE MEDICAL CENTER LABORATORY) 
CENTER WANTS TO SERVE DURHAM WOMEN 

APPLE, RICK AND JERRY IG'JILFORO CO.) „^..„,ri;c 

ll. 5 BILLION WORTH OF TOBACCO STORED IN WAREHOUSES 

APPLETDN, RICHARD F. (WLFLl ,, ,,„^ 

AKKLC^u^.^^i^ NjMgO CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF TV STATION 

APPLEWHITE, J^JjSjjj jf uy^j FRIENDS OF LIBRARY DINNER 
WRITERS' CONFERENCE OPENS TOMORROW 

APPLEWHITE, MIKE IFGOTBALL PLAYERl 

VANCE'S APPLEWHITE SAYS IT'S UNC 





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C52 


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H 2 7/30/84 B 5 P N 

S 2 8/20/94 A 7 N C05 

H 2 10/10/84 A 4 L 

S 2 9/03/34 A 1 N J56 

S 2 7/03/84 C 1 N 

S 2 1/25/94 B I P F A15 

H I 7/17/64 6 1 N 

H 2 12/14/84 A 11 P N 



H 2 4/01/84 D 3 P U H45 
S 2 6/09/84 A 16 N 



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»0UINO. BENIGNn 

MARCOS DISMISSES GENERAL IMPLICATED IN AQUINO ASSASSINATION 

ARCHER. GEORGE (COLFERl 

ARCHER WANTS WIN TO CAP CaMEa^CK 

ARCHER. ROWLAND (DATA GENERALI 

FROM SOUTH, NORTH AND JAPAN: 



TEAM PAYING DIVIDENDS 



ARCHIE. GUILFORD 

MAN FACES TWO DRUG CHARGES 

MAN, 45, CHARGED AFTER ARGUHE'I T ENDS IN SHOOTING 

ARO, SAM 

AOO NEAP PERFFCTION IN COMPLETING RACES 

BOUCHARD NOSES PAST ARD 

ABD'S CONDITION REMAINS STABLE 

ARENA, JAY M. DR. 

DUKE DOCTORS: SAFETY CAPS ARE SAFE 
DUKE DOCTOR VALUED HIS RE5IDE-ICY 

ARIAS, JIMMY 

YOUNG ARIAS STILL LEARNING PR] GAME 

ARLEN, MICHAEL CIEH YURKER MAGAZIN^I 
ARLEN TO SPEAK 

ARMACOST, MICHAEL H. 

REAGAN DEFENDS AMBASSADOR FRO'^ HELMS' ATTACKS 

ARMSTRONG, BETTY (RALEIGHI 

THE SUBJECT AT GHACELYN: SOCIAL GRACES 

ARMSTRONG, CHARLES IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

ARMSTRONG, DORIS 

THE GIVING IS MUTUAL 

ARMSTRONG, ELSON JR. 

STAND UP FOR THE BULL CITY 

ARMSTRONG, ETHEL ELLIS (DECEASEOI 
OR I TUARY 

ARMSTRONG. GARY IR, (UNC-CH) 
ARMSTRONG TAPPED 

ARMSTRONG. JACK (FEDERAL OFFICIAL) 
CO-OPS CHEER ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

ARMSTRONG, JAMES 

A GOOD CHOICE FOR PRINCIPAL 
ARMSTRONG IS PRAISED 

ARMSTRONG, JAMES 0. (NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOLI 

JAMES ARMSTRONG NAMED PRINCIPAL AT NORTHERN HIGH 
ARMSTRONG: SCHOOLS FOR ACHIEVEMENT 

ARMSTRONG, JIM (NORTHERN HIGH SCH03L) 
NEW AT NORTHERN 

ARMSTRONG, MELVIN DAVID (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ARMSTRONG, ROY (FORMER UNC ADMINISTRATOR! (OECEA<;EDI 
ROY ARMSTRONG, 79, DIES IN CHAPEL HILL 

ARMSTRONG, TIMOTHY OUANE 

TEENS CHARGED FDR BREAK-IN OF AUTOMOBILE 
JORDAN HIGH PUPILS CHARGED WITH LARCENY 

ARNEY, KAREN ELAINE (LENOIR) 

SETTLEMENT REACHED IN COUGAR ATTACK 
OUT-OF-COURT SETTLEMENT REACHED IN COUGAR SUIT 

ARNOLD, ROBERT OANIEL JR. (CLINTON! (DECEASED) 
MUSIC DIRECTOR MURDERED AT CHJkCH 
CHURCH MUSICIAN SLAIN 
15,000 REWARD OFFERED 

ARNOLD. S. GERALD (JUDGE! 

ECU GRAOS CALLED 'Symbols' 

^^fSL^i'^ DRUNKEN DRIVERS CAN BE SUED FOR PUNITIVE DAMAGES 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF STATE, JUDGESHIP RA(:eS 

arrants, elsie shipp (deceased! 

obituary ^ 

arrington, robert l. 

judge upholds white unc suit 

arrowooo, arnold 

alamance chamber executive resigns to take job in texas 
arthur. billy 

billy: a oya in the life... 

arthur. vera lubille (deceased) 
obituary 
obituary 

artis. james 

17-year-olo man arrested afte! police held at say 

artis, rosa 0, (deceased! 
obi tuary 
mrs. artis. former city teacher 

artis, roscoe (robeson co.! 

robfson man gets death sentence 

asdaugh, vikgil jr. 

time is limited for zoning cases 

ASCHER. BRIAN (CHAPEL HILL) 

THO(JSANOS PROTESTED LEGAL ABORTION 
LETTER-WRITER ERREO 

ASHBAUGH. y. J. (DURHAM PLANNING AID ZONING COMH. ! 
PLANNING PROCEDURE COULD BE RECONSIDERED 

ASHCRAFT. FRANK (CHAPEL HILLI 

REPUBLICANS UNFAIR TO PEOPLE 



DATE 



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E L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



H 2 lO/26/8'i A ATT 856 

H 2 ^/lO/a* B 2 N 

H 2 U/13/8<. B 1 N 046 



H 2 I/29/04 C 
H 2 10/16/84 C 



H 2 7/15/84 C 10 N W6D 
H 2 9/0?/»4 B 7 P N W60 
H 2 lD/25/84 3 N 



S 2 4/26/84 A 1 
H 2 5/28/84 A 6 



N C05 



S 2 2/04/84 A 8 P U D18 

H 2 2/23/84 A 15 N 

H 2 5/04/84 A 2 N 

H 2 8/26/84 E I P F J40 

H 2 7/06/84 B 5 

S 2 4/25/84 B 1 P F J06 

H 2 5/07/84 A 4 L 

H 2 8/21/84 A 8 

S 2 8/16/84 A 13 N 

H 3 10/03/84 C 1 N H60 



H 2 5/31/84 A 4 
S 2 6/06/84 A 4 



H 2 5/22/84 A 1 
S 2 5/22/84 A 7 



H 2 8/11/84 A 6 P P M(,6 
H 2 5/03/84 A 16 
H 2 4/17/84 A a 



H 2 3/26/84 B 1 
S 2 3/26/B4 A 11 



5 2 4/16/84 A 2 N 
H 2 4/17/84 A 12 N 



H 2 7/20/n4 A 6 
S 2 7/20/B4 C 4 
H 2 8/18/84 A 3 



H 2 5/06/94 C <5 N 
H 2 6/07/84 C ID N 
H 2 11/08/84 A 8 N 



H 2 5/29/84 B 6 

H 2 8/26/84 A 1 N 

H 1 6/02/84 C 1 N 

H 2 10/21/84 D 3 P P F70 



H 2 2/18/84 B 5 
H 2 2/19/84 C 2 



H 2 5/11/84 A 10 

H 2 5/19/84 A 14 

H 2 5/22/84 C 10 

H 2 9/01/84 A 10 

S 2 9/04/84 C 1 

H 2 1/31/84 A 4 

H 2 2/29/84 A 4 

S 2 8/02/64 C I 

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«SHEIH. LESTER EUGFNE DR. (LI8R4RY SCIENTISTl 
ASHE I" GETS IHARO 

''""JaS?SnIa"sChS5l PRINC?pIf'GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN SLAYING 

ASHFORO, RUSSELL LEE lOECcASEOl 
OBITUARY 

ASHLAND. STEVE JDH'I 

NAN, WOMAN ARRESTED IN FATAL CHATHAM FIRE 

ASHLEY. DONALD REED lOECEASECI 
OBITUARY 

ASHLIN. »EVE°lY D. (DECEASED) 
C^ITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ASHLOCK. ALEX IIDAUOI ,,, ,, 

NEWSPAPERS fUST FIGHT CLOSED XEETINGS 

ASH.^OPTH, "AOOLD 

MASSAGE PARLORS LINKED TO HELL'S ANGcLS 

ASMwORTH. JACK (Chapel hIlL) 

HOON ARTICLE MAS • ANT I-RELIGIO US' 

ASKEW, RANOY 

PRAISE TO OLYMPICS 

ASKEW, REuan 

SOUTH GETS SHORT SHRIFT IN CAMPAIGN 

ASSENMACHER. PAUL (OURHA" BULLS) 

CONTROL GETS ASSENMACHER BULLS' OPENER 
bALLPLAYER CITED 

*^"*'pUBLISHING FOR CHILDREN IS 'GRATIFYING EXPERIENCE- 
ATKINS. ANNIE WATKINS (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ATKINS. JOHN L. Ill (ARCHITECT! 
HUNT SUPPORTERS ARE NAMED 
3 TO HEAD HUNT EFFORT IN DURHAM 
DIRECTORS NAMED 

ATKINS ON BOARD „ , „ ^ 

CHAMBER OFFICIAL URGES PLANNE!) GROWTH 

ATKINS. L.A. MRS. 

AN HONEST CUSTOMER 

ATKINS, ROY AND LYDA S. , , .,„ , ,^ 

MR., MRS. ROY ATKINS CELEBRATE TmEIR 67Th 

ATKINSON. BILL (APPLE CCPUTER INC.) 
COMPUTER WHIZ DEMONSTRATES ART 

ATKINSON. LESLIE "IKE- (GDLDSBOROl , „, , ^„ 

C0NGR':5SMAN RAPS DECISION ON 3 RUG DEALER 
NO PAROLE FOR SMUGGLER 

ATKINSON. -ARY ELLFN (GARNER! (OECEASET) 

GIRL'S DEATH PROaABLY CARDI AC- RELATED 
a-YEAO-OLO DIES ON PLAYGROUND 

ATKINSON. "IKE 

FOR ATKINSON, EVEN LATE MOVE WELCOMED 

ATKINSON. RODNEY (FRANKLIN CO.! 

THREE FACE CHARGES 'IVER STOLEN GOODS 

ATKINSON. TQM (ORANGE COUNTY! ,,.,,, 

ORANGF SMLTHY 'FLD 'ORSES FOR WINSTON CHURC ' ILL 

ATWaTER, EFFIE (BOSTON! 
OBITUARY 

ATWATER, EUGENE (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASED) 
O'^ITUARY 

ATWATER. EVANGELINE JEAN (CHAPEL HILL) 
MAN CHARGED IN MIT INO RUN 
PUREFOY FACES HIT-AND-RUN, DRUG CHARGES 

ATWATER. HERBERT JR. 

RETRIAL OF STABBING CASE SCHEDULED • 

MAN TG GET NEW TRIAL 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN MURDER RETRIAL „^-„,., 

NEWSPAPER RFAOEOS EXCLUDED FR3M JURY IN MURDER RETRIAL 

MURDER CONVICTION UOHELP ^^.^^.,rc 

MAN REAPPEALS JNO CONVICTION, 20-YEAR SENTENCE 

ATWATER, JAMES WILSON -KEMP" (CHAPEL HiLL! (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ATWATER, LUTHER MELVIN (ORANGE CO.) 
5 TRAFFIC COUNTS LODGED 

ATWATE". MAOIE lee (CHAPEL HILL! 
OBITUARY 

ATWATER. MARGARET A. (CARRBORO! (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ATWATE", NORINTA MASSEY (CHAPEL HI^L) (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

*^''*^It'wa*"pESTINY, THEY FEEL. THAT THEY WERE TO "ARRY 

AUBERRY. GFNE S. "HARVEY" (CLAY CO.) 

VOTE-auYING VERDICTS UPHELD .,.,„.. 

CLAY COUNTY'S SHERIFF RESIGNS AFTER CONVICTION 

AUCMIER. THORNE (HEAD OF OSMA 1 

THIS MAN'S RESIGNATION A LOSS 

auERBaCH. RED 
AT RANDOM 

AUMAN, JOHN EVERETT (ASHEBORD! , „,-^ 

DAY-CARE CENTER OPERATOR INOKTEO ON FOUR CHARGES 



S I 7/ll/8<. C 1 

H 2 <./1.9/84 A 18 

H 2 7/23/B* B 12 

H 2 6/l2/°<. B 1 

H 2 lO/2'./B'. A 9 



H 2 2/05/B* B 2 
H 2 2/06/!". B T 



H 2 f>/2')/B<. A 

H 2 T/l^J/B* A 

S 2 1/2A/8'. A 

H 2 a/2"/9<. A 

H 2 3/09/84 A 



N XT'. 

L 



H 2 <./09/o<. B J P F M71 
H 2 6/27/e<. B I N 



M 2 ll/25/8<. D 3 P U H45 



H 2 3/08/84 A 10 



S 2 3/07/84 C 1 

H 2 3/08/84 3 2 

S 2 6/12/n4 3 1 

S 2 8/03/84 C 1 

H 2 3/22/84 8 1 



N L41 



H 2 11/13/84 A 4 L 
H 2 6/IR/84 3 1 P U 
H 2 12/05/84 B 1 P F H90 



" 2 11/22/34 3 1 
S 2 U/22/84 A 4 



S 2 9/25/84 B 7 
H 2 9/26/84 B 14 



H 2 10/05/84 C 1 P N C52 

S 2 8/13/84 A 8 N 

M 2 10/19/84 B 1 ° F W36 

H 2 9/22/64 ABO 

H 2 7/06/84 3 5 



H 3 4/25/R4 8 1 
S 2 4/25/84 C 12 



u 3 8/31/''4 B 1 N W36 

S 2 3/31/94 A 7 N 

S 2 9/11/94 A 3 N W36 

H3 9/12/84 B 1 N W36 

S 2 9/13/84 A 9 N 

H 3 9/13/94 8 1 N W36 



H 2 9/21/84 C 6 

S 2 3/24/84 C 1 N 

H 2 8/18/84 C 2 

H 2 3/0'!/84 C 2 

H 2 lO/n/84 8 5 

H 2 6/24/84 E 2 P F M45 



H 2 7/08/84 A 9 
K 2 7/21/84 A 3 



N 



H 2 3/10/84 A 4 E 

S 2 7/26/84 e I U 018 

H 2 10/04/84 C 11 N 



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POLICE Sir 



lUMAN, iJlLLUM r. (CHAPEL HILLI 
EATON ■ilNS POETRY AWARD 

AUSLEY. DWIGHT (RALEIGH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY! 
EDUCATOR SENTENCED IN PAODLINS CASE 

AUSTIN, ALLENE (OECEASEOl 
081 TUARY 

AUSTIN. DAVID 

HUNT MAKES MORE SENSE 

AUSTIN. GAIL B. (DANIEL BOONE MERCHANTS ASSOC. I 
PROGRESS TAKES A BACK SEAT IN ORANGE 

AUSTIN, STEVEN (HIGH POINT BARTENDER L ADVICE COLUMNIST) 
PRESIDENTIAL BEVERAGE CONCOCTED 

AUTRY. MARIE BORDEAUX (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

AVENT, PHILLIP JR. 

SHOT FIPED AT ROBBER HIT VICTIM INSTEAD, 
MAN SHOT IN CHEST IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

AVERFTTE, DAVID THOMAS "RED" (OECESSEO) 
AVERETTE. FORMER ATHLETE, LAWMAN 

AVERETTE, w. £. "PETE" (GRANVILLE C 0. I 

AVERETTE NAMED CHAIRMAN OF GRANVILLE COMM I SS I HNER S 
AVERETTE HEADS BOARD 

AVERY. ALBERT «ARVIN "BUDDY" (CHAPEL HILL! 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

AVERY, bOB (OUR. CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE DISPATCHER! 
DISPATCHER DISCIPLINED FOR RAI E SLUR 

AVFRY, BObBY VANN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

AVERY, JOHN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

AVERY, JOHNNY 

THE FALCONS' MISSION: DON'T TANGLE IN 'WEBB' 

AVERY, JOHN,<Y ALLEN (WHITNELLI 

OFFICIALS SAY TWO INMATES RECAPTURED 

AVERY, LEONARD D. (RALEIGHI 

AVERY TRIAL TOPPED '33 COURT DRAMA 

MURDER VICTIM'S MN SUES FOUR PSYCHIATRISTS, DUKE 

AVILES. HRIAN (BASEBALL PLAYER! 
BULLS DROP Two TO BLUE JAYS 
AVILES STOPS SPIRITS, 5-0 
FIVE BULLS NAMED TO ALL-STAR j AME 

AVILES SURRENDERS RECORD <> HOMERS IN BULLS' VICTORY 
BULLS OVERCOME HOME RUN BARPA^E 
FOUR STRAIGHT HOMERS RASE FEAT 
BULLS TOP BLUE JAYS AS AVILES GETS WIN 
AVILES DELIVERS WITH NEW MOVE 

AVRY, CARO'l 

HATS OFF TO CARON AVRY, WDNC 

AYCOCK, EDMUND (WAKE CO.! 

N.C. STATE UNIVERSITY PRESENTS WATAUGA AWARDS 
STAGGERED VACATIONS PROPOSED =0R SCHOOLS 

AYCOCK. WILLIAM B. 

IT'S TIME FOR A REAL REPUBLICAN PARTY 

AYERS, DOCK 

UNITE, GROUCHES, OR GET LOST! 

AYERS, EUNICE (FORSYTH CO. REGISTER OF DEEDSI 

REGISTER OF DEEDS GETS STATE'S HIGHEST AWARD 

AYERS. LISA 

CONCERN FOR SOULS 

AYLER, SEGINA 

LAWSUIT SAYS STATE CHILD LABO? LAWS WERE VIOLATED 
CHILD LABOR ABUSE TARGETED 

PAIR ACCUSED OF VIOLATING CHILD-LABOR LAWS LEAVE STATE 
CANDY SALES HALTED. HEARING CANCELED 

AYSCUE. OENISE (LOUISBURG) * 

IS GOO AN • IT'7 

AYSCUE, JERRY L. 

VANCE MANAGER SEES CHALLENGE IN HIS NEW POST 
VANCE MANAGER ASSUMES DUTIES 

AYSCUE, STAN (FRANKLINTONI 

FRANKLINTON POLICE OFFICER DISMISSED 

FORMER FRANKLINTON POLICEMAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS. ARSON 

AZZOLINO, JANE C LOUIS 

COURT PERMITS 'WRONGFUL BIRTH' SUIT 

A2Z0LIN0, MICHAEL AND JANE 

DOWN'S SYNDROME PARENTS SAY CHILDREN ARE JOYFUL INFLUENCES 
B'LEMEN 

OLYMPIC COVERAGE DESERVES APPLAUSE 

BABINEC, K«TY 

JOB SATISFACTION THE NORM 

BABY FAE (HEART TRANSPLANT PATIENT) 

WHERE THERE'S HEART, THERE'S HOPE FOR LIFE 
FAE'S DEATH NOT IN VAIN 

BABY FAE'S BATTLE ENDS; ODDS •JERE AGAINST HER 
HUMAN GUINEA PIGS CAUSE ETHICAL DILEMMAS 

BACHMAN, EDWARD 

TEEN HURT IN FIGHT AT NCRTHER^I HIGH 

BAD&ETT, LANCE 

COURT CLEARS RUSCH AND HARRIS IN ACCIDENT AT UNIVERSITY MALL 
BAGBY. VIRGINIA GADOY (DECEASED! 



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2 


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3 


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12 


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4 


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5/05/84 


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H 
H 


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2 


5/02/84 
5/03/84 


B 
B 


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H 2 10/08/84 b 6 



H 1 
S 2 



12/04/84 B I 
12/04/84 A 9 



H 3 

H 2 

H 2 

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H 2 



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H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

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4/29/84 B 1 

1/14/84 A 13 

7/09/84 a 2 

(./18/84 A 9 

1/2D/94 C I 

4/05/84 A 17 



1/02/84 A 1 
9/07/84 8 1 



N 





F C36 

N 



N S82 
N S51 



4/25/94 B 2 

6/09/84 D 1 

6/12/84 B ? 

7/12/84 1 

7/12/84 3 I 

7/15/84 C 8 

8/29/B4 B 2 

8/28/B4 D 1 



N M71 

N 
o N 

N "71 
P N B90 
P N M71 

N M71 

N 090 



H 2 4/16/84 A 4 



H 

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2 
2 


3/09/84 
12/29/94 


A 
A 


7 
6 


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H 


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11/13/94 


A 


4 


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M 


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2/02/84 


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4 


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H 

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2 
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7/20/84 
7/21/84 
7/30/84 
7/31/84 


C 
C 
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1 
1 

1 
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N 
N 
N 
N 


HO 5 
S82 
H05 
S82 


H 


2 


2/16/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 


1 


9/27/84 


B 


1 


N 


L40 



H I 11/02/94 B 1 



H I 
H 1 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



•H 2 
5 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



12/07/84 B 1 
12/21/84 B 1 



11/21/94 B 1 

12/13/84 A 19 

8/15/84 A 4 

1/17/84 A 4 



11/01/84 A 4 

11/17/84 A 4 

11/17/84 A 4 

12/04/94 A 4 



10/26/84 B 1 
.6/19/84 A I 



MOriTHLr/SNSUAL 



INDEX B 

- 12/31/8* 



PAf.E 12 
1/14/B5 



OBITUARY 

RAGGETT, FOi^KK A. 

MIGHT. oaGGETT pile for COM-'ISSIJNER 
BAGI'-ETT. HIGmT fILE FOR C3uNTr BOARD 

give ourmah county voice im the decision , _ ^_^ , ^,„„ „., „„..„ 

baggett: Candidates -rong choice to complete tees-s ter" on board 

GOP fares pcop.lv on commissioners race 

candidate baggett dies 

OSI tuary 

SERVKES SET today for frank ^AGGETT 

GOP POi^DERS REPLACING FRANK BAGGETT ON BALLOT 

BARRINGER SEES uphill FIGhT 

BARRINGER TO REPLACE BAGGETT AS GOP CANDIDATE 

5AGGFTT, FRED ICOUNSEL F3R N.C. LEAGUE OF XUNIC.) 
MUNICIPALITIES GROUP REVERSES STAND ON TAXES 

BAGGETT, PSOMA (?LAOFN d . I IDECEASEDI 
BLAOEN "AN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 
HAN CONViCTEO OF THREE "URDERi 
N.C. JURY GIVES MAN 3 DEATH S'NTcNCES 

BAGLEY. !?ENNIE LEE (LYNN ROAPI 

PRISONER ESCAPES FROM ROAD CRE M 

^*'''"^DURham''maN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR SEX OFFENSE 

""^"■'^ipftlV S?Nli?ER'!rCR"i?lll!li FOR HIS TRIPS TO SOVIET UNION 

BAGLEY.^EO-INJRjJ-iNGATE.COLLEGE,^ VISIT MAY BETTER UNDERSTANDINGS 

"=^':;sS';ii^0li-GiS£l"lfTiE?MfN°T"&.rE&-|0 END LAWSUITS 

■"AHNSON, FRANK 

KEEP SOCIAL SECURITY SOUND 

BAILEY. ADRIENNE DR. , „,..,, r.,,.,c 

CONCENTRATION URGED FOR ACADEMIC SKILLS 

BAILEY, BOPBY WAYNE [JOHNSTON CO. I 

THREE FACE CHARGES OVER STOLEN GOODS 

BAILEY, TAVIO CCREEDMOORl , ,^ 

DURHAM HELPS BLIND LEARN INDEPENDENCE 

?AILEY, DENNIS 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICER 

BAILEY, 3ENNIS IJOHNSTON CT.I ,„„„, 
THREE FACE CHARGES OVER STOLEN GOODS 

BAILEY, DENNIS RAY (JGHNSTTN CO.) 

THREE FACE CHARGES OVER STOLEN GOODS 

BAILEY, EDWARD J. (RALEIGH) 

MAN OFFERING TO SELL KIDNEY Tl HELP WIFE 

BAILFY, GAYLEN EARL C PAMELA ( STEMI (OECEA'^EO) 
CRASH KILLS GRANVILLE MAN, WI=E: 5 INJURED 

BAILEY, J. C. 0. (ROCKY MOUNT I 
DEMOCRATS ATTACK AOS 

BAILEY. JA^fES ". "POU" 

BAILEY: CAMPAIGN <^oUil LIMITS NOT LEGAL 

JUDGE DECLARES ELECTIONS SPENTING LAW NOT VALID 

BAILEY RULING NOT HURTING CAMPAIGNS 

LEGAL SYSTE- EXCELLED IN PROSECUTING ATTACK 

JUDGE BAILEY OPPOSES riOMINATI3N OF CURRIN 

""■^800"'P0UNDS _0F^iARl5iANA SEIZET. PERSON SHERIFF SAYS 

""■-JoD'?a5NSs'oF'S55!3u°A;A SEIZE., PERSON SHERIFF SAYS 

''"":,;R^"J?^SLSc2-Sl?NG^'';!sT'^tk^ I^iS^ETTEVILLE MURDER CASE 

RAILEY, MARY M. ICHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

'*""^FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE'S L I K= THAT 

"AILEY. PEiRLIE SPANN lOECEASEOl 
OSITUAkY 
OBITUARY 

BAILEY, ROY KINCHUM tOECEASEC) 
OBITUARY 

»*"-^lNGSi"i?Risti^^'7isuRANCE FHMS. LOBBYIST CHARGES 

"(ailEy, Suzanne 

incredulous thinking 

BAILEY. ThURL (BASKETBALL =LAYER1 

WILL THE REAL THURL BAILEY...? 

**"''A(!MA'"ArER'S LURE TOOK BAILEY FROM (Jmiqn 

""-'50D''ifel:iS1 5f '^iriT^lV. SEIZED. PERSON SHERIFF SAYS 

BAIN, -AE FREDERICK (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

3AINE. JAMfS E. (hENOERSONVILLE PRT SHN UNIT) 
PRISON UNIT CHIEF GETS REPRIMAND 

BAINES. FCY lOECSASED) 
OBITUARY 

BAINES, LOTTIE MAE (DECEASED) 
OBI TUAKY 
OBITUARY 

BAINES. TYRONE DR. 



S I T 

N F ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 'YL 

H 2 7/03/6<. B 7 



S 2 2/02/B<> A 1 P N JSf. 

M 2 2/03/P* BIN B81 

H 2 3/10/e<. A 4 L 

H 2 3/0'3/8<. 8 1 N 981 

S 2 3/^f/•^<• C 1 N J56 

H 2 9/0R/B4 A IPO 

M 2 9/l'3/e<. A o 

S 2 9/n/'!<, C 2 

H 2 9/ll/R<. C 1 N 

S 2 9/14/84 C 1 N J56 

H 2 9/14/84 A 1 N 



H 2 11/01/84 C 13 



I 



H 2 9/28/84 A 11 
H 2 10/25/84 C 9 
H 2 10/27/84 C 12 



L 

N COS 

N 



H 2 1/28/84 A 11 

H 2 9/14/84 A 7 

u 2 3/11/84 B It 

S 2 8/10/84 A 1 

H 2 12/12/84 A 15 

H 2 10/08/84 A 4 

S 2 6/22/84 C 1 

S 2 8/13/84 A 3 

H 2 1/15/84 A 1 P F B81 

S I 6/22/84 C 1 N 

S 2 8/13/84 A 8 N 

S 2 8/13/84 A 8 N 

H 2 1/25/84 A 9 N 

H 2 10/30/84 C I N 

H 2 7/03/84 A 13 N 



S 2 1/05/84 A 1 N 

H 2 1/06/84 A 1 P N 

S 2 1/11/84 C 20 N 

S 2 7/25/»4 A 4 L 

H 1 8/09/84 BIN 



H 1 9/13/84 B JL_ M_ 

H 1 9/13/84 B 1 N 

H 2 11/22/84 A 27 N 

H 2 3/25/84 E 2 

H 2 7/04/84 C 1 U 



H 2 1/18/84 A IC 
M 2 1/19/84 A 14 



H 2 1/31/84 3 9 

H 2 11/18/84 B 1 N 

H 2 11/14/84 A 4 L 

H 2 12/27/R4 1 N 

H 2 8/22/64 3 2 P N C49 

H 1 9/13/84 B 1 N 

H 2 12/02/84 B 2 

H 2 9/01/84 A 10 N 

H 2 5/19/84 A 14 

H 2 4/07/84 A 10 

H 2 .4/08/84 C 2 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/8* - 12/31/8<1 



NAMES 



PA'-.E 13 

i/i*/?; 



BAINES NAMED TO PANEL 

LOAN FQP&IVENFS^ EYED 

CHINESE FIND VISIT OE NCCU OFFICIAL A STRANCE SIGHT 

SAINES SEES DIFFERENT CHINA 

NCCII STUDENTS RAP CHANGE 

NCCU PROVIDES OPEN FORUM FOR POLITICIANS 

8AINES APPALLED BY BRAZILIAN OQVERTY 

BAIRD, ELEANOR IFLA.I (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BAIRD. HAL lECUl 

AUBURN NAMES ECU'S 3AIRP BASEBALL COACH 

BAKATSI4S, GEORGE 

CHEF'S CHALLENGE IS DINERS' DELIGHT 

BAKER, ALMA GLENN WALTHALL 
OBITUARY 

BAKER, ART 

ART BAKER INTERESTED IN ECU JOB 

ECU HIRES ART BAKER 

BAKER'S UUICK HIRING RAISES EYEBROWS 

ECU GIVE BAKER MULTI-YEAR PACT 

BAKER DENIES KNOWING ED EMORY WAS ON WAY OUT AS PIRATE COACH 

BAKER SAYS ECU CONTACT CAME AFTER EMORY FIRING 

BAKER, BARBARA 

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES DIRECTOR NAMED AT OTI 

BAKER, BESSIE M. (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

SAKER, BUDDY 

MR. ELZIE JYLIE UAKER: YOU CAM CALL HIM BUDDY... 
BAKER UUIET ON IDENTITY OF '8^ TEAM 
DARLINGTON: DRIVERS LOVE HER, AFTERWARDS 

BAKER, CALVIN EMILE I TRENTON, N.J.I 
MAN JAILED ON THEFT CHARGE 

BAKE^, GENE 

STATE SUPT. JOB SOUGHT BY PRI>ICIPAL 

REPUBLICANS HOPE CQATTAILS EXTEND TO COUNCIL OF STATE 
COUNCIL OF STATE POSTS ARE WON BY DEMOCRATS 
DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF STATE, JUDGESHIP RACES 

BAKER, HENRY KEARNEY AND RUTH IZEBJLONI IDECEASEOI 

APPARENT MUROER-SUICIOE CLAIMS FRANKLIN COUNTY PAIR 

BAKER, HOWARD ITENN. SENATPRI 

HELMS, OTHER REPUBLICANS WON'T RUE BAKER'S EXODUS 



N 
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l/09/n<, B 
7/l=!/n<. C 
7/22/B<, 
7/26/6', C 
8/26/'l<> C 
10/03/8'. A 
12/18/8<. C 




^l 
N 
N 
P N 
N 
L 
N 


C05 

C05 
L38 

L3B 



H 2 3/11/8'. B 2 

H 2 6/01/8". C 1 N 

S 2 2/10/8'. a 1 P F J06 

H 2 3/06/8'. B 3 



12/12/8'. 
U/l'./P'. 
12/15/B'. 
12/15/B<. 
12/16/8'. 
12/17/8". 



N 



P N 
N 



H 2 10/17/8'. a 1 N 

H 2 1/17/8". A 10 

H 2 3/04/8'. C I P F SBl 

H 2 B/26/8". C 1 I P N W6n 

H 2 9/02/8". B I N W60 

S 2 3/03/8". C 1 N 



H 2 1/26/8'. C 6 

H 2 lO/ll/Bi. A !■; 

H 2 11/07/8'. A 13 

H 2 11/08/8". A 8 



H 2 T/ID/B". B I 
H 2 8/10/8". A ". 



N 0".6 

N 

N 

N 



BAKER, JOHN I DUKE STUDENT! 

OPPONENTS SEEK VOTE ON ABORTUN LOANS TO STUDENTS 

OUKE STUDENT LEADER CITIES OVERCROWDING 

BROOIE TO BE OUKt PRESIDENT 

DUKE STUDENTS WANT ENROLLMENT LIMITED TO 5,700 

BAKE", JOHN (N.C. CENTRAL UNTV. SPIRTS HALL OF FAMFI 

BANKhEaD sets win RECORD; MEISTZELMAN EXTENDS GOLF LEAD 

BAKE", JOHN IWAKE CO. SHERIFF) 

WFNPELL POLICE CHIEF SAYS SHE'IFF'S COMMENTS UNFAIR 

CLIPPEO COMMENTS 

INMATES' SUICIDE PACT DISCOVE'EO 

BAKER, JOHN R. JR. 

BROKEN FEET, RED TAPE TROUBLE DISABLED MAN 

BAKER, LENOX OR. 

DURHA" NEEDS TO KEEP TOUCH WITH PAST 
GREETINGS FROM THE PRESIDFNT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT THE MAILMAN 3R0UGHT 
A TREASURE OF THOUGHTS 

BAKER, LORENZO (CASTALIAl (OECEASEDI 

TEEN KILLED IN CAR WRECK NEAR LOUISBURG 

BAKE", MARY LOU HARWARD (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BAKER, MAUPE FLETCHER (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

BAKER, PFTEK J. (RHODE ISLAND CAR OEALERI 

DEALER CONVICTED IN SCHEME TO LAUNDER AUTO TITLES IN N.C. 

BAKE", ROBERT F. 

THE LAW AND ASBESTOS: DURHAM .AWYER SAYS SUITS ARE SWAMPING COURTS. 
ACADEMY ALUMNI RECEIVE AWARDS 

BAKER, SUZANNE B. 1ST LT. IDISCHARSED marinei 
MARINE OFFICER IS DISMISSED 

BAKER, WILLIAM EARL 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH IST-PEGREE BURGLARY 
SCREAMS LEAD TO TWO ARRESTS 
BURGLARY CHARGE ADDED 

BAKKER, JIM 

PTL PRESIDENT. WIFE ACQUIRE I'.'.'J.OOO HOUSE, TWO CARS 

PTL OFFICIAL DEFENDS BARKERS' PURCHASES 

PRAISE LORO, PASS LETTUCE 

OF TRIBUTES AND LARGESSE 

BAKKER SAYS NEWSPAPER OFFERED HIM NO CHANCE TO RESPOND 

PTL CLUB HOTEL OPENS 

BAKKER, TAMMY 

PTL OFFICIAL DEFENDS 8AKKERS' PURCHASES 
PPAISE LORD. PASS LETTUCE 
OF TRIBUTES AND LARGESSE 

BALOINE, ANN MARIA (INTERIOR OFSIGMERI 

FURNITURE BUYERS HAVE APPETITE FOR COMFORT 

BALDWIN, BENJAMIN NATHANIEL (CHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARV 

BALDWIN, CHARLES "SKFET" (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 

CHAPEL HILL'S BALDWIN COMMITS TO TAR HEELS 

BALDWIN, GUY H. ( HILL SBOROUGH I 



3/23/8". 

<)/28/8'. 
12/07/8'. 
12/08/8". 



5/08/8". 

6/16/8". 

7/12/8". 

12/28/8". 



N W2"V 

N L38 

N L3a 

N W2". 



H 2 "i/15/e". 



H 2 3/01/8". A 
H 2 3/06/3". A 
S 2 10/2"./3'. C 



H 2 6/18/8". 5 I 



4 L 
6 P P 
1 D U 



H 2 11/12/8", B 1 



N 



H 2 7/23/8". a 12 
H 2 8/06/8', B 6 
H 2 10/07/8'. A 14 N 



9/15/8'. 6 I N B30 
S/30/8'. B 4 N 



H 2 6/01/84 A 



2 2/20/84 
2 2/21/84 
2 2/22/84 



3 

12 

9 



N 

N A54 



10/06/84 
10/10/84 
10/12/84 
10/13/84 
10/18/84 
12/24/84 



M 2 10/11/84 A 9 
S 2 10/12/84 A 4 
H 2 10/13/84 A 4 



H 2 4/20/84 B 2 P F J40 

H 2 12/22/84 a 9 

H 2 U/30/84 C 1 P N C35 



«0NTHLY/» 



I s U 6 X 



EKPKESSJAT NA"e SUGGESTEO 

*"-°''iu'5HiS":!.:;=?rs»0T; OFFICERS SEEK .SSMUA.T 
M»N IS SHOT bUT DOING OK IN KISPITAL 

BALOWINj JOT |. „ g ,^ pjLg FOR RE-ELECTION 

CPurCHFIELO. MRS. &ALOWIN FILr FQP BOARD 
RE-ELECT JQV BALDWIN 1 ADVERT IS c'^ENT I 
SCHOOL POARO CANQIDATES SLI-^G BARBS 
CAN1I0ATE CALLS FHR LEW OF 2^-C=*lT SCHC^OL TAX 
cSuNTV SCHOOC BOAOO MEHBERS PREFER CURRENT CURRICULUM SETUP 
SCHOOL BOARD CAMDIDATES LIST CHANGES FQO SYSTEM 
SCHOOL CANDIDATES EYE BOARD'S ROLE 
11 AT SCHOOL "OARO FOOU- , ^. ,,, 

SCHOOL BOARD MOPcFULS inENTIFr CHALLENGES 
OURHA" COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

FNnna';FMFNrs pack=ireo in school board Race 

IlECTION RETURNS IN OURiAM COJN'-Y: FQP COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 
4 INCUMPENTS TO REMAIN ON SCHiOL BOARD: LANDING TO REPLACE 
LANDING SOLF challenger TO VH SCHOOL SEAT 

balouin. larpt lennie (pittsboroi 

i?'are sentenced in car-ureck insurance scheme 
defendants in scheme plan no appeal 

baldwin, sharon 

woman stabbed to death 
man, woman fatally stabbed 
obituary 

mistrial declared in manslaughter case 

ball, carl james 

n.c. prisoner caught in baltimore 

'*'"'''EOlfoRIALS UNFAIR TO REPUBLICANS 

'"■'"'pOLlP ^AY^FLFEING MAN INJURE"' IN CRASH OF CAR 
MAN FACES CHARGES 

"*''-'R|pogTs'cS^iL!??'SN°?Hjo?iN!!'DF MAN BY GREENSBORO OFFICER 
'*^^-H;SI^°siY^^2'ErM»s h'il\'icll%'"Tllhll'W SOCIAL SECURITY 

''"'"'"'LONG^OIsfANCE COURTSHIP LEADS STRAIGHT TO ALTAR 

BALLANTYNE, ROBERT ,^_ 

MOTIVATION AND RETENTION SEMINAR SET 

BALLARD, ANGELA WILLIS COREHEAD CI TY I 
GARNEP MAN GETS <.5-YE»R TERM 
GARNER MAN GETS "iS YEARS FQR BORDER 

BALLARD, PETE (HISTORIAN AND PR ESE3 VAT lONI ST I 
WHAT THEY WORE 

"'-'-'lifHlsDA'F^IRE CHIEF WORKS TO <EEP HIS MEN PREPARED 

'*'"'"^BRQKER^°Nv|nTS program TO HEL' PEOPLE EXERCISE 

BALLENGEO, CASS ISENATOfil 

HOSPITAL IS SENT TO EL SALVADOR 

SallENGER CALLS FOR PROBE OF EDMISTEN CAMPAIGN 

ballenger, joe lanoruh toeceaseol 
obituary 

pallenger, t, Cass ir-catawbai 

MARtIn'S PROBLEMS MAY LIE WITH REPUBLICANS 

ballentine, rcy oussfll jr. 
man held in assault 
canal st. man victim of cuttiig 

»allmen, tom 

kids love fairy tale theater 

balthrop, william or. lunc-chi 

unc ppofessor to analyze debate for cbs 

CBS AGAIN PICKS UNC PROFESSOR FOR DEBATE ANALYSIS 

» 

"^ANc* JOHN D" • 

UNC RESEARCHERS AWARDED NAVAL CONTRACT 

""^"^"Ulu 'i^Ul TO isE"i3^lg'o§''G»A^fTi STUDY PLANT'S RUBBER POTENTIAL 

9ANEY, MARJORIE A. 

CARTOON DISSERVICE TO SOCIAL WORKERS 

BANG, OANH A. (DECEASED! 
OBITIUAPY 

""""oRASSlTtSS eIIrI SPECIAL FOR TWO DURHAM STUDENTS 

BANKHEAO.^SCOTT ^^_^ BANKHEAO. WOODSON FOR THIS YEAR'S DRAFT... 
UNC'S bANKHEAO, SUPHOFF SURVIVE 30-MAN CUTOOWN 
BANKHEAO CONSIDERING OPPORTUNITY WITH R"YALS 
UNC'S CONNECTIONS ID FREE AGE'I T DRAFT HEAD ACC 
BANKHEAO FANS 13, U.S. ROMPS I D-0 

aANKHEAD Shows cff 

BANKHEAO TAKES NEXT STEP TQ MSJORS 

liNKHFio OLySpIC STAFF ace: 0.3R ERA DEMONSTRATES why 

ATHLETES A CREDIT TO N.C. 

GAMES ID HAVE STRONG TAR HEEL FLAVOR 

BASEBALL INFLUENCE 

^*'"'^NCA"LEAiER'slYS SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS LOOMS AS CRISIS 
NCAE: PUBLIC MISSES DUALITY, PAY LINK 

BANKS, OARRYL T. 

HUNT: A LOUSE OR A LEADER? 
KNOX IS A TURNCOAT 

BANKS, GENE 



Y NAMES 








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L 


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H 


2 


9/19/8'. A 


4 




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3/03/R4 A 






N 




H 


2 


3/0<./8<. B 






>l 




S 


2 


1/12/8', A 




P 


N 


cos 


H 


2 


1/13/84 B 






N 


W24 


H 


2 


i/2<J/<n. A 


16 


p 


A 




S 


2 


5/01/84 C 






N 


C05 


H 


2 


5/02/84 3 






N 


W2 4 


S 


2 


5/02/84 C 






S 


COS 


s 


2 


5/02/84 C 






G 


COS 


s 


2 


5/03/84 C 






G 


COS 


s 


2 


5/04/84 C 






N 


J56 


s 


2 


5/04/84 C 






G 


COS 


H 


2 


5/06/84 D 




p 


F 




H 


2 


5/0<>/»4 A 






E 




H 


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5/09/84 A 






N 




broughton... h 


2 


5/09/O4 C 






N 


W24 




2 


5/09/84 C 




p 


N 


COS 


s 


I 


3/26/S4 A 






N 




h 


2 


8/16/84 A 






•J 


S82 


s 


2 


8/18/84 A 






N 





S 2 4/07/84 A 1 

H 2 4/08/84 C I 

H 2 4/10/84 B 10 

H 2 10/17/84 A 11 



H 2 7/09/84 A 3 
H 2 3/06/84 A 4 



M 2 12/31/84 A 9 
S 2 12/31/84 A 5 



N 



H 2 12/04/84 A 9 N 

H 2 10/30/84 A 6 N 

H 2 7/01/84 E 2 P F J40 

S 2 3/03/84 A 2 = N 



S 2 4/2l/''4 A 22 N 
H 2 4/22/84 C 17 N 



H 2 5/27/84 E I P F H45 
S 2 2/04/84 A 3 P P K3D 
S 2 7/12/84 8 5 N 



H 1 1/26/P4 B '. 
H 2 9/26/84 A 10 



H 2 5/01/84 A 10 
S 2 11/23/84 C 4 



S 2 8/13/P4 A 3 
H 2 8/19/84 A 6 



S 2 10/31/84 C 1 N L38 



H 2 10/11/84 3 5 
H 2 10/18/84 C 10 



S 2 1/05/84 A 12 N 

H 2 9/08/84 A 14 N 

H 2 7/06/P4 A 4 L 

H 2 9/07/84 3 8 

S 2 6/09/34 A 1 P F COS 

H 2 4/17/P4 8 2 P 1 M71 

H 2 6/01/84 A I N 

H 2 6/05/84 i 2 P N 

H 2 6/10/84 C 9 N M71 

H 2 6/3D/«4 B 2 P N M71 

S 2 6/31/34 A 9 "J B90 

H 2 7/D1/-4 C 3 N M?l 

M ? 7/22/84 C 13 N M71 

S 2 7/26/P4 A 4 F 

S 2 7/27/84 DIN 

H 2 7/29/84 C 5 P N 



H 2 9/26/84 A 10 
H 2 10/09/84 B 14 



H 2 9/24/84 A 4 L 
H 2 10/12/84 A 4 L 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 15 

1/01/84 - 12/31/R4 l/l<./85 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P SYL 



1 P U 018 



SPURS' GENE BANKS NOT RULING 3UT TRADE 5 j 6/l<./!i<. 

BANKSt ROY LEE IRALEIGHI 

JUDGE TO RULE IF BOY, 3 1/2, CAN TESTIFY H ? 5/0<)/fl4 A 9 N 

8ANKST0N. CURLEY IPECEAS^DI 

92-YEAR-ULO MAN DIES TRYING T3 FIGHT A FIRE H 2 W/30/9<, B 1 N 

SANKSTON. JACKSON BUSH {OeCEASEDl 

OBITUARY „ 2 9/21/84 C 6 

BANNARO, WALTER DARBY I4RTIST C ART CRITICI 

GS[Ln%RFSF^yl\'*F?N^''JuK£^ "^^^ ^'^^^ """"^ 5 2 U/OS/04 A P F A15 

GUILD PRESENTS A FINE SHOW ; j l2/06/3<. D 2 P R A15 

RAPAKAT, FREP 

HEAD OF ACC OFFICIALS TO INVESTIGATE COACH K'S • DOUPLE- S TANDARD- CHARGE H 2 l/23/8<, B 2 P N D71 

BAR86E, ADOIE CHRISTINE lOECEASEDI 

0"''"'"^ H 2 4/16/84 B 6 

BAPBEE, ALLEN ID-riASHI 

FOUR OEnOCRATS WIN NOMINATION TO STATE HOUSE u ? 12/19/B4 4 3 N 

STATE HOUSE OEMOCBATS WILL HOLD CAUCUS TODAY H 7 12/20/84 A ft N 

HOUSE DEMOS NOMINATE RAMSEY FOR SPEAKER H 2 12/21/84 BIN 

BARSEE, COMMIE ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

BARBEE, DAVID LAWRENCE ICHAPEL HILL) (OECEASEDl 

8ARBEE, FMMA DEBOLLE lOECEASEDI 
081 TUARY 

BARBEE, PEARL Cheek IDECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 



THE DEATH PENALTY 



BARBOUR, GLADYS GRAHAM lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



2 6/09/84 B 4 

2 B/07/84 8 8 

2 5/30/84 A 7 

2 1/04/84 A 7 



BARBER, DAVID A. 

OPPONENTS ATTACKING EXECUTION H 2 1/12/84 A 13 N 

BARBER, DAVID BRADLEY 

OWNER CHASES, CATCHES JEEP DAY AFTER THEFT H 2 3/25/84 B 1 N M51 

BARBER. FERRY MASON IGOLDSTONI (DE'.EASEDI 

F.M. BARBER, EX-GOLDSTQN MAYER H 2 6/19/84 A 10 

BARBER, JAMES DAVID DR. 

THEY 8kAVE COLD, HOPE FOR L I F3 H 2 1/11/04 a i n n/.t 

MURDER CRUEL AND UNJUST, NOT EXECUTION H I 1/27/84 J i ^ 

TSi^O?^Ti IpN^rf!;""™ ^'^ *'^ '^ '''^'^"5 '^'^ '•"°"SHIP ?| 1/31/84 i \ N J56 



2 3/11/84 D 4 P J 



PROFESSOR SAYS PRIMARIES HAY BRING MORE SURPRISES S 2 3/13/84 A 1 N C60 

PROF TO DISCUSS AMERICAN ELECTIONS H 7 3/14/flZ all Z 

TALENT ABOUNDS AT DUKE FRIENDS OF LIBRARY DINNER H 2 4/01/84 D 3 P U H45 

|yLprTS°sSi:yrsa;^N'?jii^ti'2S^^EE k i iMl^ I IT 

BARBER, RICHARD 

9^.^.1 A'^l^''''^^'''- PACIFIC OCEAN WARMING DIFFUSED S 2 1/07/84 A 3 N 

COOPERATION LINKED TO WEATHER FORECASTS I I V/llAX A 1 N 

■EL NINO- WARNING ASSURED 2 | 5/57/aZ 5 5 N 

SCHOOLS MAKING ASBESTOS CHECK H 7 Vl\ll\l r f u u5i 

ASBESTOS SEARCH CHNTINUFS c | 2/ g/3t F ! N rn^ 

SCHOOL PAYMENT SYSTEM RAPPED | | ^\'AV/IX A 3 N u" 

BARBER, RICHARD T. 1 DUK E UNIV. MARINE LABI 

SCIENTISTS TO BE READY FOR NEXT EL NINO S 2 5/28/84 A 5 N 

BARBER. WADE JR. 

BAReC TO ANNOUNCE PLANS TODA/ M •, i7/n4/Bi B I N 

BARBER RESIGNS AS DISTRICT ATTORNEY S 3 12/05/84 i 'i P N W36 

BAPBFR, WILLIAM INCCII STUDENT BODY PRESIOENTI 

KURALT IS CHOSEN TO SPEAK AT -JCC'J COMMENCEMENT S 2 u/22/84 CI N L38 

BAPBOSA, RAFAEL (DURHAM BULLS I 

BAR60SA HAS FAMILIAR SEAT AS 'ENINSULA TOPS BULLS, 7-2 H 2 6/28/84 1 N M71 

BARBOUR, ALAN IGOLFERl 

SCOTTISH GOLFER IRONING OUT PROBLEMS OF U.S. COURSES H 2 6/29/84 C 

BARBOUR, CHARLOTTE (N.C. CAMPGR0UN3 OWNERS ASSOC. I 

BUSINESS BOOMS AT N.C. CAMPGROUNDS • H 2 9/06/84 B 

BAP SOUR , CHUCK 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE CHANGI^IG WORLD H 2 4/12/B4 B 1 D U 

BARBOUR, ELIZA JONES lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



1 P F C49 
1 N 



2 4/25/84 B 5 
2 4/28/84 A 14 



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8/l?/a4 A I F 

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11/21/84 
2 12/11/84 



BARBOUR, JOt 19URLINGT0NI 

"TE"TSE''LisT'SuR3S"'' ""^ '^'^''''^'' ^°'"'° '^" " ' l/l"/'"' 

REPUBLICANS WIN ALAMANCE POSTS TO GET MAJORITY ON COUNTY BOARD H I 11/07/84 
BARBOUR, JOSEPHINE 

FOOD DRIVE A SUCCESS „ 2 

BARBOUR, LEAMON B. IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BARBOUR, STEWART I H I L LSBOROUGH) 

LAND ACOUISITION FOR ENO PARK UUESTIONED H 2 1/12/84 A 4 L 

BARE, BOBBY GENE 

CUSTODY SLAYING BRINGS 50 YEA!S FOR ASHE MAN M 2 7/28/84 All N 

BARE, PAUL WILSON ILAUREL SPRINGSI 

JUDGE WANTS NAMES OF OFFICIALS WHO PROMISED DEFENDANT IMMUNITY 5 2 6/05/84 C 5 N 

BAPEFOHT, NAPOLEOM (SUPERIOR COURT JIIDGEI 

JUDGE'S 'MERCY' AN INSULT c , ,l/i ■>/■,, 

JUDGE PICKETED AFTER SUSPENDED SENTENCE FOR CLERK H 7 hAVAc 

WAYNE COUNTY GROUP ASKS THAT JUDGE BE REASSIGNED H 2 -7/06/84 

BAREFOOT, 0. AYDEN (JOHNSTON COUNTY) 



S 2 6/13/B4 A 4 E 

■■ 2 6/26/B4 A 1 N 

2 -7/06/84 B 4 N 



H0NTHLY/ANNU4L INOEX OY NSHES '"t''}^^,li 



FARMER: CUEK CHIEF WAS TO PAY WOSKERS 

BARFIELO. "ENNIS CARRUL (NEWTON GRIVI 

MAN FALLS 20 FEET. APPARENTLY JUMPING TO AVOID POWER LINE 

BAPFIELDt VELMA MARGIE (MARGIE VFL-"AI 

HUTCHINS IN LIMELIGHT BUT HE HAS NEIGHBORS ON DEATH ROW 

VELf'A BARFIFLO: • GR ANOMO THE'' ' ON DEATH ROW 

BARFIELO'S ATTORNEYS PETITION COURT 

NEW TRIAL IS SOUGHT FOR VELMA BARFIELO 

STATE WANTS COURT TO DE'.'Y REVIEW OF OEATH-ROW CASE 

VELMA BAHFIELD LOSES ANOTHER APPEAL 

LET FACTS ET KILLER'S FATS 

N.C.: SPEFO EXECUTION OF BARFIELD ,, , ^„ 

LAWYERS FOR MPS. BARFIELD WANT STAY CONTINUED UNTIL OTHER CASES DECIDED 

EXECUTION STAY RULED DISSOLVED 

BARFIELO EXECUTION SET FOR AUG. 31 

VELMA BARFIELD SENTENCED TO DIE 0'' AUG. 31 ^ ^ , 

DRUG ADDICTION, FORGERY WERE :iT£0 IN BARFIELO TRIAL 

SEX OF CUNVICTEO KILLER SHQUL'' NOT BE AN ISSUE 

EXECUTIONER CLAD IN "EQUAL RITES" T-SHIRT (CARTOON) 

MRS. BARFIELD MOVED TO CENTRAL PRISON 

MRS. BARFIELO'S LAWYER CRITICIZES MOVE 

PRESS GROUP WON'T SELECT INTERVIEW OEPORTERS „, .^„ 

NETWORKS PKOMOTE S ACCH AO IN-S WE ET IMAGE OF COLO-BLOODED N.C. KILLER 

BARFIELD CANCELS INTERVIEWS 

MRS. BARFIELO'S CHILDREN PIN HOPES ON CLEMENCY 

MRS. BAPFIELO EXPECTING SOME 'ANXIOUS MOMENTS' 

FAMILIES CF VICTIMS SAY BARFIELO CONNED THEM 

GOVERNOR'S MAIL FAVORS CLEMFn:y 

BURGER DELAYS VELMA BARFIELD'S EXECUTION DATE 

MRS. PAOFIELD DESCRIBES HER THOUGHTS ABOUT DEATH ROM 

DECISION ON BARFIELO UNFAIR SJROtN TO HUNT 

BARFIELD GLAO TO BE OFF N.C. ^EATH ROW 

N.C. ASKS HIGH COURT TO DROP ?ARFIELD CASE 

STATE ARGUES AGAINST STAY OF EXECUTION 

ATTORNEY FOCUSES ON BARFIELO. UTILITIES 

HIGH COURT REFUSES 3ARFIEL0 REHEARING 

NEW EXECUTION DATE TQ BE SET =0" BARFIELD „ , ,^ 

HUNT CUIET ON PENDING REQUEST FOR CLEMENCY IN BARFIELO CASE 

BARFIELD EXECUTION SET FOR NOJ . 2 

bARFIELD FACING NOV. 2 EXECUTION DATE , „ ^^^,„. 

Sunt AIDE says barfielo case will not be political question 

GOV. HLUNT ISN'T LIKELY TO HALT BARFIELO EXECUTION 
•AN UNTIMELY EXECUTION DATE 
'CAN'T SOMEBODY CALL TIME OUT?' (CARTOON! 
JUDGE BECOMES JESTER , „ 

ANTI-r LEMENCY PROTESTERS "EET HUNT IN ST. PAULS 
MARTIN, EDMISTEN RENEW TIFF OVER DRUG ENFORCEMENT 
HUNT SETS MEETING DATES ON BAIFIELD 
MEETINGS ON BARFIELO SEPT. IB. 19 
DAUGHTER: BARFIELD AT PEACE WITH HERSELF 

BARFIELO GLAO HUNT TO MAKE EA<LY DECISION ON HER FATE 
GRAHAM'S WIFE WRITES LETTER O'J BEHALF OF BARFIELO ,„„„,,,..,.,„„ 
O.A. MEETS WITH HUNT TO DISCUSS BARFIELD'S PLEA FOR COMMUTATION 
STATE'S EXECUTION ISSUE PLUNDERED BY POLTIICS 
PETITION ASKING CLEMENCY GOES TO GOVERNOR 
BARFIELD'S EXECUTION IS PUSHEO 
POLITICS GAGGING JUSTICE ICARTOON) 
HUNT BEGINS SESSIONS ON BARFIELD CLEMENCY 
BARFIELD'S RELATIVES: SHE HEL'S OTHERS 

MINISTER BACKS BAPFIELO EXECUTION ,,^ „ ^.n,,^,^.. 
VICTIMS' RELATIVES ASK HUNT TO ALLOW BARFIELD EXECUTION 
STATE SHOULD RECONSIDER ITS 'LAW OF VENGEANCE' 
BARFIELD'S GRANDCHILDREN ARE AFFECTED BY EXECUTION ISSUE 
GROUP SAYS CLEMENCY UFTEN GRANTED IN N.C. 

BARFIELO SUPPORTERS BLAME ORUSS FOR SLAYINGS , „^ . . , 

NO CLEMENCY FOR BARFIELO: HUNT CITES OUTY TO UPHOLD RULE OF LAW 
HUNT SHOULD NOT BE FAULTED FCH DECISION 
REACTION MIXED TO DENIAL OF CLEMENCY FOR BARFIELD 

BARFIELO DECISION NOT LINKED TO POLITICS 

DAUGHTER OF BARFIELO VICTIM SAYS 'TO US, IT'S NOT OVER UNTIL NOV. 2' 

LIFE, DEATH DECISIONS BEYOND 'OLITICAL REALM 

BARFIELD CASE DRAWING WIDE NEWS INTEREST 
COMPASSION FQR BARFIELD 

WHY CREATE MORE VICTIMS? 

JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS , ^, .,,„., - 

NFW APPEAL ISSUES SOUGHT TO D?LAY BARFIELO EXECUTION 

BARFIELO SELECTS LETHAL INJECTION FOR EXECUTION 

ANOTHER BARFIELO APPEAL PONOE^EO 

BARFIFLO DECIDES ON FUNERAL. APPEALS 

BARFIELD GROUP: PROGRESS WAS ''ADE 

THE BARFIELO CASE 

BARFIELO MAKES PREPARATIONS FIR FUNERAL 

BARFIELD MOVED TO CENTRAL PRISON 'OEATH WATCH' 

BARFIELD'S ATTORNEYS SEEK STAr OF FRIDAY'S EXECUTION 

BARFIELO WOULD BE THIRD N.C. -(OMAN TO BE EXECUTED 

URUG WITHDRAWAL CITED IN BARFIELO STAY APPEAL 

JUDGE DENIES BARFIELD APPEAL 

U.S. COURT GETS BARFIELO APPEAL • 

MORAL COWARDICE 

BARFIELO APPEAL NOW IN U.S. DISTRICT COURT 

U.S. JUDGE NIXES APPEAL, STAY FOR VELMA BARFIELD 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

BARFIELO MALTS EXECUTION APPEALS 

PROTESt'rs'oISAVOH EXECUTION IF BARFIELD WITH VIGILS, MARCH 

BARFIFLO APOLOGUES dEFORE DYING 

EMOTIONS RUN HIGH DURING BARFIELO VIGIL 

BARFIELD'S ORGANS WILL NOT BE USED 

HUNT: DECISION ON BARFIELD WAS NONPOLITICAL 

DONATIONS WILL AID 50 PEOPLE 

WITNESS DESCRIBES BARFIELD Ex=^ CUT TON 

BARFIFLO EXECUTION VIGIL: TEA'S. JEERS AND HYMNS 

HUNT SEFS D=TFRReNT VALUE IN rXECUTION 

VELMA BARFIELD'S FAITH STRESSFO AT FJNEOAL 

BARFIELO LETTERS: 'I HAP PLANTED SEEDS OF EVIL' 

BACK TJ DARK AGES 

PRUSECUTURS REJECT LIFE WITHOJT PAROLE 

OEATH JEERS SHAME N.C. . , . ,,,, 

BARFIELO EXECUTION ATTRACTED JORLOWIOE NOTICE 

HFLMS-HUNT, TORNADOES ARE TOP NORTH CAROLINA STORIES FOR l^B". 

BARGER. JACK KENNETH JR. - , 17/21/PA C 1 N 

OFFICERS ARPEST 2 MORE ON DRUG CHARGES 5 2 12/21/PA C 1 N 

DURHAM, ORANGE PROBE NETS TWO MORE ARRESTS " ^ 12/22/>"' B 6 n 

■""""bJrCEr'pOOSTS bulls -ITh PITCHING EFFORT " ? j;|[;ij " I I 'i IVo 



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H 2 


7/26/94 C 13 


N 




H 2 


l/10/n<. A 11 


N 046 


H 2 


3/21/e". A 14 


N 




S ? 


4/03/84 C 3 


N 




H 2 


4/D4/P4 A 1 


N 




H 2 


4/30/P4 A 13 


N 




H 2 


5/22/84 A 10 


N 




^ 2 


5/25/S4 A 4 


E 




H 2 


5/27/B4 B 12 


N 




H 2 


5/31/84 A 11 


N 




H 2 


6/0O/O4 B 3 P 


N 




S 2 


6/13/84 A I 


N 




H 2 


6/14/84 A IP 


N 




S 2 


6/15/84 C 16 P 


N 




H 2 


6/17/84 4 


E 




H 2 


6/17/84 4 T 


T 


56 


H 2 


6/19/84 B 3 


N 




H I 


6/21/°4 B 1 P 


N 




H 1 


6/22/84 B 1 


N 




S 2 


6/22/84 A 4 P 


F 




S 2 


6/22/84 A 6 


N 




H 2 


6/24/84 B I 


N 




H I 


6/30/34 B 1 P 


N 




S 2 


7/02/84 A 8 P 


N 




S 2 


7/02/84 A 5 


N 




H 2 


7/03/84 A 1 P 


N 




H 2 


7/07/84 A 3 


N 




H 2 


7/07/84 A 4 


E 




S 2 


7/07/84 A 13 


N 




S 2 


7/20/84 A I 


N 




H 2 


7/21/84 A 6 P 


N 




S 2 


7/26/84 C 6 


N 




H 2 


3/17/84 A I 


N 




S 2 


8/17/84 A 11 


N 




H 2 


6/18/84 A 11 


N 




S 2 


8/22/84 A 1 


N 




H 2 


0/23/84 4 7 P 


N 




H 2 


8/23/94 A 7 


N 




S 2 


a/23/94 A 4 


E 




H 2 


8/24/84 A 4 


E 




H 2 


8/23/84 A 4 T 


T 1 


L51 


H 2 


a/29/84 A 4 


L 




S 2 


8/29/84 A 16 


N 




H 2 


9/30/84 C 11 


N 




S 2 


8/30/84 A 1 


N 




H 2 


8/31/84 A I 


N 




H 2 


8/31/84 A 12 P 


N 




H 2 


9/09/84 A 14 P 


N 




S 2 


9/11/84 B 11 


N 




H 2 


9/12/84 A 13 


N 




H 2 


9/13/"'4 A 4 


E 




H 2 


9/16/84 B I 


N 




H 2 


9/l'"/'"4 A I 


N 




H 2 


9/1 8/84 A 4 T 


T 


L51 


S 2 


9/18/84 A 1 


N 




H 7 


9/19/84 A 1 


N 




S 2 


9/19/84 A I 


N 




H 2 


9/20/84 A 7 


N 




H 2 


9/22/34 A 4 


E 




S 2 


9/24/84 A 8 


N 




H 1 


9/26/84 8 I 


N 




H 2 


9/27/84 A in 


N 




H 2 


9/28/84 A 1 P 


' N 




H 2 


9/23/84 A 4 


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9/28/84 A 6 ° 


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5 2 


9/28/84 A 1 F 


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H 2 


9/29/84 A 12 


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S 2 


9/29/04 A 4 


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H 2 


9/30/84 B 4 


N 




H 2 


10/05/84 A 4 


L 




H 2 


10/05/84 A 4 


L 




S 2 


10/06/84 A 4 


E 




H 2 


10/14/84 B I 


N 




S 2 


10/25/84 A 1 P N 




H 2 


10/26/84 A I 


N 




5 2 


10/26/84 A 2 


N 




H 2 


10/27/84 A 1 


N 




H 2 


10/27/84 A 4 


c 




H 2 


10/29/84 B 1 P N 




H 2 


10/29/84 6 1 


N 




S 2 


10/29/84 A 1 


N 




S 2 


10/29/84 A 2 


N 




H 2 


10/30/84 A 1 P N 




S 2 


10/30/84 A 1 P N 




H 2 


10/31/°4 A 1 


N 




H 2 


10/31/84 A 4 L 




S 2 


10/31/94 A ! 


N 




H 2 


11/01/84 A 1 


N 




H 2 


11/01/84 A 3 


A 




S 2 


11/0 1/84 A 1 


N 




H 2 


11/02/84 A 1 


N 


046 


H 2 


11/02/84 A 13 


N 




S 2 


11/02/84 A 1 1 


? N 


A47 


S 2 


11/02/84 A 1 


N 


A47 


S 2 


11/02/84 A 2 


N 




H 2 


lI/03/''4 A 1 


N 


046 


H 2 


11/03/84 A 1 


N 


B30 


H 2 


ll/03/»4 A 3 


N 




H 2 


11/03/84 B 1 


N 


046 


S ? 


11/03/84 A 11 


N 




H 2 


11/04/84 B 11 


N 




H 2 


11/04/84 B 11 


N 




H ? 


11/08/84 A 4 


L 




H 2 


11/10/84 A 10 


N 




S 2 


U/13/84 A 4 


F 




S 2 


12/26/84 A 6 


N 




S 2 


12/31/84 C 3 


N 





4 



BARGER EXITS EARLY IN LOSS = ' d/0'/84 

ER, ANDY (GUBERNATORIAL CANOIO'TEl t/m/R4 

CANDIDATES VOW ACTION ON ECONOMY, EDUCATION „,,TnDv u ? '^/no/SS 

EDMISTEN. KNOX OUTRUN PACK: FAIRCLOTH 3P0: MARTIN EASY GOP VICTORY H 2 5/(D9/«4 

GREEN FIRST TO HAND OUT ENDORSEMENT " ■: 5/11/04 



10 



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12/31/84 



NAMES 



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BARKER, lE'l lUNC SCHOOL OF OENTI5T5YI 

TOOTH UEC4y F4LLS; GUM DISE4Sr RISES 

BARKER. nR40LEV S. 

PROPOScD PEn-4ND-l3REAKFAST DK»WS LETTERS FROM NEir.HBGRS 

BE0-4PID-bRE4KF4Sr INN ON HEARING'S 4GEN04 

aED-4N0-BRE»KF45T INN APPEARS OUT 

BUB INN PPUPOSAL ON COUNCIL A'cNOS 

OECISrCN DUE OCT. a on PROPOSAL FOR INN 

BED, BREAKFAST INN IUE4L 

COUNCIL VOTES AGAINST BED-ANO- BR E AKFAS T INN 

BARKER, J. 4. "ANOV" 

GOVERNOR'S RACE 0R4WS C4t40I04rE'; 

THREE C4N0I04TES FILE FOK N.C. GOVERNOR 

BL4CK, KL4NSM4N, W0M4N COMPETE WITH BIG NAMES 

BARKER, JOHN ALLEN 

HIGH-SPEED CH4SE ENDS WITH 4R16ST 

B4RKER, LEN 

SOME SAVIOR: LEN BARKER HARDLl' WORKED TO ATLANTA'S ADVANTAGE... 

BARKER, SIDNEY ALSTON IDECEA5E0I 
OBITUARY 

BARKER, SINDY 

PROPOSED BE0-4N0-BREAKF4ST DRSuS LETTERS FROM NEIGHBORS 

BEO-ANO-bREAKFAST INN ON HEARING'S AGENDA 

BED-AN0-6RE4KF4ST INN 4PPFARS OUT 

BCB INN PROPOSAL ON COUNCIL 4",EN04 

DECISION DUE OCT. 8 ON PR0P0S4L FOR INN 

BED, PaE4KFAST INN IDE4L 

COUNCIL VOTES 4G4IN5T BEO-ANO-BREAKFAST INN 

SINDY BARKER KEEPS 'EM IN STITCHES 

B4RKEH, WILLI4M HOUSTON (R4LEIGHI 

RALEIGH POLICE SAY MAN SHOT HIMSELF 

BARKSD4LC, CURTIS 4. 

WORKERS CHARGE IBM MADE THEM 'GUINEA PIGS' 

BARNARn, HOWARD (CLAY CO.) 

VOTE-BUYING VERDICTS UPHELD 

SHERIFF BARNARD RESIGNS 

CLAY COUNTY'S SHERIFF RESIGNS AFTER CONVICTION 

B4PNC4STLE, ROBERTO IN.C. HISPANIC ASSOC. 1 
HISPANIC GROUP GROWING 

BARNES, ALCXANOeS 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE LS G4L SET 

B4RNES, 4NNc 

REP. B4RNES TO SEEK RE-ELECTITN 

BARNES SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

MRS. BARNES, HACKNEY FACE NO TPPQSITION 

LOTS OF TALK GOING ON 

<, ORANGE ELECTIONS UNCONTESTECI 

BARNES, CHARLES IM4RI0N, N.C.I 
INMATE IS KILLED IN JAIL 
MAN CHARGED IN COUNTY JAIL KILLING HAD 

BARNES, CLIVE 

OUR CRITICS 

BARNES, EDWIN L. OR. 

ALAMANCE COLLEGE HIRES VIRGINI4 M4N FOR 0E4N'S POST 

B4RNES, ELIi4BETH ( SOUTHE45 TE RN BAPTIST SEMINARY! 
BARNES GETS POST AT SEMINARY 

BARNES, ERNIE 

ART LESSON 

BARNES, GRADY JR. IWILSONI 

COURTS WRONG FATHERS IN CUSTODY CASES 

BARNES, HENSON (SENATORI 

N.C. PARKS MAY RECEIVE MORE FEDERAL FUNDS 

BAPNES, KENNETH N. 

HANDICAPPED PEOPLE ARE GOOD WIRKERS 

BARNES, LENZIE G. 

NEWS COVERAGE 'INVIDIOUS' 

BARNES, RAYMOND LEWIS 

MAN SAYS DRUG CH4RGE 



'P4TH0L0GIC4L FE4R' 



'FR4ME' 



BARNES, RICHARD (SEN. I 

KL4NSMAN FILES FOR GOVERNOR 

BROOKS AGREES TO DEBATE 

L48nR GROUPS REJECT BROOKS' C4NDID4CY 

0FB4TE SOUGHT IN L4B0R R4CE 

2 CANDIDATES FOR LAHOR JOB Ex:h«NGE JABS 

JORDAN CETS NARROW LEAD OVER ':TFW«RT 

BROOKS, B4RNES MAY CONTINUE BATTLE FOR LABOR POST 

SOLES WINS; BARNES CALLS FOR RUNOFF 

JISEMAN SUPPORTS BARNES 

l°pllll 'Rl^s'EJJb^EN?""" '"'■"'" '" •"''" ' "^'-°^ 

BROOKS, BARNES EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS 

?^2^^^,'-^!;^!;^ MISMANAGEMENT CK4RGE 4G4INST BROOKS IN R4CE FOR 

LABOR CANDIDATES ARGUS ABOUT <AN4GEMENT 

LIGHT VOTER TURNOUT PREDICTED 

BROOKS STILL IN FIGHT TO KEEP LABOR JOB 

NO H4J0R PROBLEMS FOUND IN ELECTION RESULTS C4NVASS 

KNOX, EDMISTEN SPENT 11 MILLITN (3N RUNO(=F ^""^^"^^ 

BARNES, SIDNEY (WILSON) 

TRUCK HITS HAY WAGON NEAR WILSON; BOY KILLED 

BARNES, SYLVIA 

CITY ASKED TO SPEED CONDEMNATION ACTION 

BUSINESS DISRUPTION FUNDS SOU'HT 

!;?''f'-„?S!!Y^5 NOTICE: HIRE BLACKS, WOMEN TO GET CITY BUSINESS 

PSYCHOLOGIST SAYS CONDEMNED HOUSE VITAL TO HER MIJRK 

BARNES, TERRY INORTHERN HIGH SCHOO' ) 
B4RNES WINS ART AWARD 

3ARNETT, BOB (DUKE U. SPORTS HALL OF FAME) 

FOUR BLUE DEVILS NAMED TO SCHOOL'S HALL OF FAME 



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9/20/eA B 
9/20/P<, C 
9/2S/84 A 
10/09/8A B 


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H 2 2/03/RA C 7 
S 2 2/03/8A A 7 
S 2 3/21/8A A 16 



LABOR POST 



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H 3 
H 3 
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S 2 
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9/lA/RA 4 
9/lA/RA B 
9/18/8A a 
9/20/84 B 
9/20/8A C 
9/25/8A 4 
10/09/RA B 
12/30/84 E 


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N W36 
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H ■■13 6 
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H 2 


7/08/84 A 
7/20/34 A 
7/21/84 A 


9 

4 


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N 
N 


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5/24/84 8 


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9/15/84 B 


1 


U 


H 3 

SI 

H 3 
S 2 


1/05/B4 e 
1/05/84 4 
2/07/84 A 
6/20/84 8 
11/07/34 4 


1 

9 

q 
1 
8 


N W36 
N 
N 
P P 

N H90 


H 2 
H 2 


8/21/84 4 
10/18/84 C 


9 
I 1 


N 
N 


H 2 


7/08/84 


1 


P F C19 


H I 


6/16/84 C 


1 


N H50 


S 2 


8/25/84 4 


6 


N 


S 2 


10/19/84 C 


1 


P P S76 


H 2 


4/24/84 4 


4 


L 


S 2 


12/04/84 C 


10 


N 


H 2 


12/21/84 4 


4 


L 


H 2 


9/03/94 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


12/06/84 a 


1 


N S51 


H 7 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


1/27/94 A 
2/18/B4 A 
2/20/84 A 
3/07/84 A 
4/22/84 C 
5/09/84 A 
5/10/84 A 
5/11/84 4 
5/16/84 4 
5/16/84 B 
5/27/84 C 
5/23/84 4 
5/24/84 4 
5/31/84 4 
6/04/84 4 
6/06/84 4 
6/07/84 4 
6/19/84 C 


9 

10 

6 

4 

1 1 

1 1 

1 

10 

4 

1 

3 

21 

12 

1 

1 

1 

3 


P N 
N 
J 
N 
N 
H 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N C60 
N 
N 
N 

N C60 
N 

N C60 
N 


H 2 


10/29/84 4 


2 


N 


H 2 
S 2 
H 7 
H 2 


1/06/84 B 
1/06/94 C 
1/27/94 B 
5/29/84 B 


1 
1 
I 
1 


N S5l 

N K90 

N S5l 

P N sa2 


H 2 


8/14/84 D 


6 


P P 


H 2 


2/07/84 8 


2 


P N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX Bv M4HES ''wf-./il 

l/01/8<. - lJ/31/84 l/l'./85 



BANKHEiO SETS WIN RECORD; HEnrZEUMSM EXTFNDS HOLE LEAD 

9ARNETT, MARY LUU (VANCE COUNTY CL^R") 

VANCE CLERK OE SUPERIOR COURT PLANS RETIREMENT 

BARNHART. MAEEL RUOISILL lOECEASEDI 
OPirUARY 

SARNHILLt JIMMY 

OEER GORES MUSEUM TRAIN OPERATOR 

BARNWELL. JIMMY (N.C. MUSEUM OF LIFE t SCIENCE! 
OEER INJURES 2 AT MUSEUM 

RARR. PETER JUNIOR 

MAN GETS 40 YEARS FOR ASSAULTS 
BARR SENTENCED FuR 2 ASSAULTS 

RARKETTt FLOYD BRUCE (MONROE) (DFC^ASEDl ,^,,^„^ 

P(!)lllCE SAY THEY KILLED MONROE MAN AFTER HE FIREO SHOTGUN AT OFFICERS 

BARRETT, JOHNNYE MAE lOECEASEDI 
QRITUARY 

BARRIER. LINDA LOU C CARL EDWARD J^ • (NEW RERNI 

TWO HELD IN DEATH OF CHILD , ». ^ ^ -r 

MOTHER SENTENCED TO 50-YEAR TERM IN BEATING DEATH 

HARRINGER. EDWARD T, 
BRING BACK ROYKO 

3ARRINGEP, RUSSELL 

FIRM SUES TO DELAY EXPRESSWAY 

LUMBER COMPANY SEEKING TO STO' EXPRESSWAY WORK 

CITY SEEKS DISMISSAL OF EXPRESSWAY SUIT 

CREST STREET COUNCIL JOINS EXPRESSWAY SUIT 

BARRIN&ER SEES UPHILL FIGHT 

BARPINGER TO REPLACE 9AGGETT «S GOP CANDIDATE 

BARRINGER STRUGGLES FOR WINNI>1G STRATEGY 

DEFEATED DEMOCRAT LAWS ENDORSES OOP'S BARRINGER 

LAWS SUPPORTS OARRINGER 

CANDIDATES TACKLE COUNTY GROWT H- VS. -OUAL I TY ISSUE ^,^^, 

HOST COUNTY BOARD CSNOIOATES FAVOR HOLDING LINE ON TAXES 

CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS 

MAN4GING GROWTH A KFY ROLE FO' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

VOTE "USSFLL BARRINGER FOR COJNTY COMMISSIONER 

GOP CANDIDATES SUPPORT PRESIDENT 

READ THI S LETTER... 

VOTE RUSSELL BARRINGER FOR COJNTY COMMISSIONER (AOI 

UNOFFICIAL RETURNS FROM OURHAH COUNTY PRECINCTS 

DEMOCRATS APPARENT COUNTY BOA? WINNERS 

VOTERS KEEP DEMOCRATS ON COMMISSION 

BARRINGER CITES INFLUENCE 

BARRINGER SAYS COMMITTEE KILL=D HIS BID 

COUNTY PROSPERS; VOTERS SEE Nl NEED FOR CHANGE 

BLACKS PRO SELVES. NUT INTl Gl P 

BARRINGFR DROPS SUIT TO BLOCK EXPRESSWAY 

HIGHT WAS TOP DURHAM SPENDER 

PULLEY, HIGHT OUT-SPENT OPPON'^NTS 

BARRINGER, STEPHEN WRIGHT 1282'; CHELSEA CIRCLE! 

DUKE STUDENT FACES MULTIPLE CHARGES AFTER CHASE. WRECK 
DUKE STUDENT IN CHASE FINED. ' UT ON PROBATION 

HARRINGTON, FREDERICK (RICHMOND CO. I 
WOMAN HELD IN GRANDSON'S DEATH 

HARRINGTON, SARA RUTH (RICHMOND CO.! 
WOMAN HELD IN GRANDSON'S DEATH 

BARROW, EMILY FOWLER (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BARROW, JOHN DR. 

GRAOS SHOULD PREPARE FOR CHAN",E 

BARROW. MIKE (GOLFER! , „ ,, 

WAKE'S BARROW EARNS A SHARE 0= FIRST PLACE 

BARRY. BRUCE 

EDITORIAL WAS INSULT TO MANY VOTERS 

BARRY. WILLIAM FRANCIS JR. DR. (OEIEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BARTELSTEIN. STEVE , ,„ , „ 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE SPORTISG CROWD 

BARTENSTEIN. JUOY ANN ICARR80R0I (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY » 

HARTHOLOMAY, WILLIAM (HOLT SCHOOL 'RINCIPALI 
TWO PRINCIPALS ARE REASSIGNED 

BARTHOLOMEW. ROBERT T. "BOB" ( W 1 N ST OM- SALE Ml (DECEASED! 
BOB BARTHOLOMEW, DEACON GRID STAR 

BARTLETT, CHARLES S. IFLA.I lOECEAScD! 
OBITUARY 

BARTLETT, ROBERT C. OR. 

I3USINESS ASSOCIATE OF YEAR 

BARTON, BRUCE (PEMBROKE I 

INDIAN NEWSPAPER BATTLES ADVERSITY 

BARTHN, HARRIS (FOOTBALL PLAYER! ,,„,,, ,, r..,Trcj 

HEELS' BARTON STILL 'SEES' GRID SUCCESS DESPITE HIS SWITCH 

BAPTOW, GENE 

BARTOW IS AT HOME IN BIRMINGHAM 

BARTS, EARL JACKSON (EFLANDI 

AL5SAScPjiR'r"ENTENCES°flAK TT OIE FOR BEATING DEATH OF RETIRED FARMER 

BARIS, KEITH (MEBANE! 

TWO ALAMANCF COUNTY MEN CONVICTED _ ^ „,.T,.r 

SNOW CAMP MAN GETS LIFE PLUS To YEARS IN FATAL BEATING 

TWO ME.H PLEAD GUILTY TO CHARGES IN CASwELL 

BARUS. HERMAN BENSON (ROCKY MOUNT) (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

BARYSHNIKOV. MIKHAIL 

BARYSHNIKOV IN RALEIGH 



S I 

>1 E EL 
J D OATE C PG L 


T 
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P BYL 


H 2 A/l'5/8'. 9 


9 P 


N 


H 1 10/13/8', B 




N 


H 2 3/06/8<, B 







S 2 I0/03/B<, A 




N L38 


H 2 lO/O'./"'. B 




N 


H 2 1/2'!/"'. 5 
S 2 1/2'i/P'. C 




N 
N 


H 2 T/O'./R'. A 12 


N 


H 2 10/18/8', C 17 





H 2 <./12/R', C 
H 2 ll/in/8<> B 


7 
1 


N 


H 2 2/02/e<. A 


4 


L 


S 2 './O'./R'. A 
H 2 A/OS/B". B 
S 2 './10/3A C 
5 2 7/03/8A C 
S 2 ')/lA/B<. C 
H 2 9/1A/8A A 
S 2 9/1B/84 A 
H 2 10/11/3A 3 
5 2 10/11/8A 
H 2 10/28/B', A 
H 2 10/2''/B'» A 
H 2 10/30/B<. A 
S 2 ID/SD/n". A 
H 2 ll/01/B<i A 
H 2 11/03/'". A 
H 2 ll/0'./8<, A 
H 2 U/OA/B'. A 
H 2 U/07/B'. A 
H 2 ll/D7/a<, B 
S ? 11/07/8A C 
S 2 11/07/B', C 
H 2 Il/OB/8', B 
S 2 11/08/8'. A 
S 2 ll/09/B<. A 
S 2 U/in/e<. A 
S 2 II/19/8A A 
H 2 ll/20/flA C 


1 

1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
I 
4 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
8 
4 
4 
5 
8 
1 
I 
I 
1 
4 
4 
1 
1 
I 


N Kqo 

N 

N K90 

N K90 

N J56 

N 

N J56 

N 

N 

G 881 

G B81 

N 

N J56 
P A 

L 

A 
P A 

r N 

P N Btil 
P M J56 
P N 

P N B81 
E 

N M«9 
N C60 
N 


H 2 8/27/B'. B 
H 2 lO/OS/B'. A 


6 

7 


N 

N 


H 2 8/U/B'. A 


3 


N 


H 2 a/ll/BA A 


3 


N 


H 2 7/01/8<, 8 


2 





S 2 5/29/8'. C 


1 


N 


H 2 7/05/8A 


5 


N 


H 2 7/10/8'. A 


4 


n L 


H 2 2/21/8<. B 


7 





H2 7/18/84 8 


1 


n u 


H 2 8/26/B'. B 


2 





H 2 7/03/8'. B 


1 


N 


H 2 A/2D/B'. C 


8 





H 2 3/08/84 A 


ID 





S 2 5/17/84 A 


7 


P P T37 


S 2 3/08/84 C 


8 


P F 


H 2 11/02/84 C 


1 


P N C52 


S 2 12/27/84 B 


1 


P N F25 


H 2 5/DB/84 A 
H 1 6/09/84 C 


13 

1 


N 
N 


H 1 5/25/84 B 
H 2 5/27/84 B 
H 2 12/13/84 A 


1 
12 
27 


N 
N 
N 


H 2 4/20/84 C 


8 





H 2 5/25/84 


10 


N 



-LX640- MQNIHLY/4NNU4L INDEX BY NAME 

1/01/84 - 12/31/84 


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B4RVSHNIK0V t CO. B4LLET IS CASS ACT 


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2 


6/22/84 D 


10 


R LS* 




H4SeFSKy. STU4RT 
. RESf^ARCH LIBRARIES BULGE WITH INFORMATION 


H 


2 


1/11/94 A 


9 


N W24 




1 B4SE10RE. P. E. IMONROEl 

^ 4PPEALS COURT FINOS NO DISCRIMINATION BY N.C. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION... 


H 


2 


12/12/84 A 


15 


N 




fl4SIE. COUNT IMUSICI4NI 
1 ■L4TH' 4LSTQN REMEM3fcRS WHEN: DURH4M WAS JUMPUJG WITH THE COUNT 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 


s 

H 


2 

2 


T/13/84 D 
9/14/84 


1 P 
6 P 


F B71 

F 




R4SLER. C4RSTEN B. 

WECK CO., 2 MEN REACH SETTLEMcNT OF t215,000 
2 MEN AGREE TO SETTLEMENT WITH WECK 


H 

s 


2 
2 


7/21/84 C 
7/21/84 A 


1 
15 


N S82 
N 




BASNIGHT, CORA H4E 04NIELS ('LOST :OLONY' 4CTRESSI 
BRIDGE N4ME HONORS 'LOST COLOMY- ACTRESS 


H 


2 


7/16/84 B 


12 . 


F 




BASSt CHARLES 

HILLAN04LE-5 REGUL4RS: AFTER FgW FLIRTATIONS WITH SUCCESS... 


H 


2 


7/05/84 D 


1 P 


N C49 




BASS. DONALD JR. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 


H 


2 


3/23/84 C 


10 







BASS, DYVETTE (DECEASED) 
0BITU4RY 


H 


2 


2/17/84 C 


9 







BASS, ESTELLA BURNS (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 


H 


2 


2/05/84 B 


2 







BASS, JAKES WELOON JUNIOR 

MOCK JURY, REAL ONE REACH SAME VERDICT 


H 


2 


9/04/84 A 


18 


N 




BASS. JAMES WESLEY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 


H 


2 


9/21/84 A 


9 







BASS, JOHN DAVIDSON (DECEASED) 
08ITU4RY 


H 


2 


2/15/94 A 


11 







B4SS, 0. B. 

SHE EXCELS IN SERVICE 


H 


2 


10/10/84 A 


4 


L 


^ 


B4SS. SHELDON (54MPS0N CO.) 

SOME N.C. FARMERS SAY THEY CA-I • T GET ENOUGH FIELD HANDS 


H 


1 


7/17/84 B 


1 


N 


I 

fl 


BASS. STFPHANIE (N.C. CENTER ON CRIME C PUNISHMENT) 
HUNT AIDE GETS NEW JOB 


H 


2 


11/30/94 A 


20 


N 


BASS, WILLIAM 

WARRANT REFUSAL CREATES CONTRTVERSY 


s 


2 


12/28/94 A 


1 


N A47 


BAST, ROBERT C. JR. OR. ( OUKE UNIV. MED. CFNTERI 
DUKE DOCTORS EXPAND USE OF CAMCER TREATMENT 


H 


2 


10/04/94 A 


17 


N B30 


BA5UK, BILL 

THREE WAYS TO VIEW HUNT-HELMS DF8ATE 


H 


2 


9/19/84 A 


4 


L 


BATCHELOR, WILLIAM 

PARKWOOD GETS INTERIM PRINCIPAL 


H 


2, 


8/07/94 B 


1 


N W24 


§ 


BATEMAN, OERYL 

RESIDENTS HAVE 'CHOKING FEELHG' 

PLANNING JOBS TO BE FILLED 

300 COUNTY PLANNER HUT; COULD SLOW PLAN DRAFT 

BELL THREATENS TO FIRE COUNTY'S TOP PLANNER 

BELL DENIES REPORTS ON PLANNI'^G DIRECTOR 

BELL: NO THREAT MADE TO FIRE ='LAN^!ER 

BOTH SIDES BE4R BLAME IN LAND-USE PLAN SPAT 

WATER PROPOSALS WOULD AFFECT HALF OF COUNTY'S DEVELOPMENT 

DURHAM COUNTY CAUTIOUS ON WAIiRSHED ORDINANCES 


H 

s 

H 
H 

s 

H 

s 

H 

s 


2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


3/18/84 A 
4/12/84 C 
4/21/84 A 
5/01/84 B 
5/01/84 C 
5/02/94 8 
5/03/94 A 
5/16/84 C 
7/29/84 A 


1 M 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 


N B81 
N J56 
N 88 1 
N B81 
N J56 
N 
E 

N BBl 
N J56 


s 

Q 


BATEMAN, ROBERT 

4-3 SCHOOL BOARD SPLIT CONCER^IS CHALLENGERS 


H 


2 


5/06/84 


3 


N H90 


!li 


BATEMAN, T. W. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY . _ . 


..H 
H 


2 
1 


2/07/84_B^ 


,,9 







BATES, SANFORD (CHAPEL HILL) 

ESCAPE REPORTED IN FRANKLIN 


2/10/94 6 


I 


" 


BATES, W. "ILTON (CLINDAR INC.) 

UUKE VENTURE CAPITAL MEETING LEO TO DURHAM FIRM'S FINANCING 


H 


2 


9/30/84 B 


7 P 


N L41 


s 


BATISTE, HAROLD L. (JOHN UMSTE40 H3SPITAL) 

UMSTEAD OFFICIAL BECOMES SCHOriL BOARD CANDIDATE 

CANDIDATE: DISCIPLINE SHOULD 'JOT BE AT EXPENSE OF LEARNING 

HIGHT SPENDS MOST FUNDS IN BOARD RACE 

SCHOOL 80ARD CANDIDATES LIST IHANCES FOR SYSTEM 

SCHOOL CANDIDATES EYE BOARD'S ROLE > 

11 AT SCHOOL PQARD FORU" 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS IDENTIFY CHALLENGES 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

.'"..'y'ryS^ENTS TO REMAIN ON SCHIOL BOARD: UNDING TO REPLACE 8R0UGHT0N... 

LANDING SOLE CHALLENGER TO W IM SCHOOL SEAT 


H 

s 
s 
s 
s 

H 
H 
H 

s 


2 
2 
2 

1 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
2 


1/07/84 B 
1/07/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/02/94 C 
5/03/84 C 
5/04/84 C 
5/04/84 C 
5/06/94 D 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 C 
5/09/84 C 


1 

3 

1 

I 

I 

1 

1 

2 P 

7 

1 

1 P 


f 

N 

N C05 

N C60 

G COS 

G COS i, 

N J56 

G C05 

F 1 

N 1 

N W2 4 1 

N C05 


f 


BATTEN, CABLIE RICHARD (MONTGOMERY CO.) 

DEPUTY AND MAN KILLED BY GUNFIRE NEAR TROY 


H 


2 


2/16/84 A 


10 


N 




BATTER, JAMES (CHAPEL HILLl 
MAN DIES OF GUNSHOT 
OBITUARY 


S 

H 


2 
2 


5/17/84 C 
5/18/84 A 


1 
12 


N 





BATTLE, CLYDIA (CASWELL CO.) 

CASWELL TEACHER WINS HONOR 


H 


1 


1/19/94 8 


1 


N 




BATTLE, JOSEPH 08. (DUKE) 
■ '^U'\t\°T\^'j'^m^,Tll^°' «'-"^ DISCRIMINATION 

^u'^^'d^Sp'St'e^^S? R£?£^^T '° "'"-^ DISCRIMINATION DISPUTE 
U.S. COURT CUTS OUKE I S CR IM IM AT ION AWARD 
DUKE DAMAGE AWARD SET ASIDE 


H 

s 

H 

s 


1 
2 
2 
2 
2 


3/23/84 A 
8/30/84 C 
8/31/84 B 
9/12/84 C 
10/03/84 A 
10/03/84 C 


1 P 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


N 

N H05 

N 

N K90 

N 

N 




BATTLE, THELMA M. (HILLSIDE HIGH SZHOOL) 
1 ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL AT HILLSIDE GETS HUMAN RELATIONS AWARD 


H 


2 


4/13/84 8 


1 P 


N 




BAUCOM, "POPS" 
1 HOW 'BOUT THOSE BULLS? 


H 


2 


9/01/84 A 


1 P 


P K30 




BAUCOM, BILL 

CHAMBER SETTING RECORDS 
RECEIVES AWARDS 


s 
s 


2 


7/29/94 A 
9/01/84 A 


3 
2 P 


N C60 
P F70 




BAUCOM, DONALD EUGENE (MECKLENBURG CO.) 















"iEaSO, OOROTHY MSTERS IDECEASEDl 

EX-DEScARCHER AT OUKE, MRS- BiARD 

BEAROi OORSEY JAMES SR. (DECEA5E0I 
ClITUARr 



I5EASLEV. JPHNNIE ROOSEVELT (HURDLE MILLS) lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 





PAf.E 20 


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DATE C PG L P 9YL 


H 2 


2/08/84 A <) N 



-LXS'.O- MONTHLY/AN I UAL IMOEX BY NAMES 

l/0l/8<. - 12/31/8<. 



SENTENCING SCT STRESSED BY COURT 

BAUMAN. EDWARD J. ^ , ,,,-/ = / = .n u 

BLUE >»ELL ELECTS CHAIRMAN H 2 2/05/8«. B 10 N 

BAWOEN, JAMES w. OR. (UNC-CH SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY! ,,,,„/., . , ., ,c^ 

DENTIST SAYS PARENTS SHOULD RITION CANDY S 2 10/30/6'. A 1 N J56 

RAXLEY, DONALD ( JHl SP ER ING PINESI „ , „,,=,=, a c 

STATE HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPER :) I E S OF GUNSHOT TO HEAD H 2 9/25/8'. B 5 M 

NATIONAl'rECOGNITION CONTINUES TQ FOLLOW PATH OF AREA WRITERS 'H 2 7/01/"'. D 3 U Hi,? 

'"'""'new STUDY NEEDED ON SCHOOL CRIME, STATISTICIAN SAYS " 2 l/U/e*. B I N W2'. 

"'"""oiNISE'iATNES CROWNED -HISS NtCU- FOR 19e<,-95 H 2 U/01/8<. C 11 P N 

'"^'hEalTh°CAPE CHANGES CALLED 'HISTORIC- H 2 5/01/84 B 1 N 330 

■"EACH, NEAL DOUGLAS IL6N0IRI , , ,,,„,o. , , m 

ASSAULT CHARGE FILED 5 2 ^^/^^^ » } '^ 

BROKEN JAW LEADS TO MAN'S ARR= ST H 3 2/21/9<. B 1 N 

"""'•oEVICE^On'glIsSES helps deaf :iEAO LIPS H 2 U/23/R', 8 I P F B30 

'conviction upheld In'oEATH of retarded heart PATIENT H 2 9/06/8A A ID N 

BEAMAN. BARBARA (DURHAM NOW) i/.z/o/ . i i 

PROTESTED MOVIE WAS DEMEANING TO WOMEN H 2 2/14/8'. A 4 L 

BEAN* ANOY (GOLFER) ^ , ,/noyo/ o i o lu Dn7 

BEAN =>UILOS GGO MARGIN TO 2 STROKES H 2 M°2<g? % J S N pSt 

BEAN WINS GGO. EYES MASTERS " 2 4/09/84 8 2 P N PQ7 

GGO CHAMP NOW AIMS AT MASTERS 5 2 4/09/84 D 3 P N 

BEAN. ANGELINE NORPIS (JAMESTOWN! a/nj/o^ » <. ( 

DURHAM'S 'DAGWOOD' WAS A KIND POSTMAN H 2 3/02/84 A 4 L 

BEAN* CHARLIE HENRY ^ , o/-,-.yo, n c w 

JUDGE SUSPENDS SENTENCES OF 2 IN MUROER PLOT H 2 3/23/84 5 N 

BEANE.jPHIL^^ BECOME ENTREPRENEURIAL CENTER S 2 8/01/84 CI N C50 

INVENTOR CENTER STUDIED S 2 9/14/84 C 1 N C60 

BEARD. BURR (MUSICIAN) -,/,,/a^ n 4 p N 

MUSICAL DUO TO GIVE FREE CONCERT S 2 7/12/84 D 4 P N 



H 2 3/29/34 C 13 

H 2 7/13/34 C 4 



'^"'"panEl'^'naMED to HIRE PUBLIC SAFETY STUDY FIRM S 2 5/29/84 CI N K90 

CITY GETS FIRST WOMEN PSO LIEJTENANTS H 2 7/03/84 B 8 N 

BEARD, LEROY EARLE ( M ILL SbOROUGH ! (DECEASED! ,,,,,,:,/ o ^ n 

OBITUARY " 2 11/12/84 8 •> U 

^^* J03'"PR0GRAMS HAVE INTERESTS 0= OLDER WORKERS AT HEART S 2 12/26/84 B 1 P F J06 

8EASLEV. EVELYN IGASTONIAl =,,6,=, . « , 

DUKE. STREET SPEEDING STUNS VISITOR 5 2 5/25/84 A 4 L 



H 2 8/13/84 C 2 



BEATTIE, CHA(=LES M. OR. (NCCU! ^ , „,,,,„, , a o m 

N.C. CENTRAL INSTITUTE GETS AtTING DIRECTOR H 2 9/13/84 C 8 P N 

8EAUCHAMP, OAN c. ^ , ^,,.,oi a I, K 

UNC PROFESSOR ON '20-20' SHOW " 2 6/14/84 B 6 N 

BEAUCHAMO, JIM in/io/pt n ( r N M71 

BEAUCHAMP NEW BULLS SKIPPER H 2 lO^lJ^gJ ° J ^ n mt! 

BEAUCHAMP CALLS HOVE TO CLASS A 'REFRESHING' H 2 10/21/84 C 8 N M71 

BEAUCHAMP, KASH (BASFBALL RLAYERl ^ , ,,/,n/o,. o 5 N M71 

MVP BEAUCHAMP LEADS 11-6 ROMP BY SOUTHERN STARS " 2 6/20/84 B 2 N M71 

''^"'T3llg°wEO0ING SPAWNED A BUSIn;SS ' H 2 12/02/P4 E 2 P F C43 

"'""lls^cSuNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS* DIRfCTORS " | ^^f^^^J ^ 1 N 

BEAVERS GETS POST 5 2 9/18/84 8 1 N 

BECK. CHIP (GOLFER! „ 3 A/nn/B'. r 1 P N 

FAYEITEVILLE'S BECK LEADS WESTCHESTER ^„ " | t^Sl^iJ £ \ \i 

BECK MAINTAINS TwD-SHOT LEAD AT WESTCHESTER " 2 6/0^/84 D 3 N 

BECK. CLARENCE V. (RALEIGH! (DFCEASEDI wis/n'. 8 2 

FORMER KANSAS ATTORNEY GENERAL " 2 1/15/84 a i u 

''^'"'^' traffic" SOUAo" SPEEOERS. DRUNKEN DRIVERS TARGET OF POLICE TEAM H 2 7/31/84 B 1 P N M51 

BECK* RICHARD 

GROUP MAY LOSE DAVIE COUNTY F« RM 

FARM SALE HALTED WHILE N.J. CJLT NEGOTIATES DEBT 

0(JSHAM COURTS ARE USING COURT PERSONNEL EFFECTIVELY 

BECKER. ED 

MOTORCYCLISTS ARE PEOPLE* TOO 

BECKER* GORDON (HEART TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT! „,,,„,r.x ... ., v 

DUKE JUNIOR'S ORGANS HELP THR£ E PATIENTS: HEART RECIPIENT IN N.Y.... ^ , , , , .^ , 

RECIPIENT OF ST(JDENT'S HEART 3IES " i a A \ Al r 

HEART TRANSPLANT PATIENT DIES 5 2 9/2l/>14 L 

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BELL. TERREL H. ISECT'Y. OF EDUCATION! 
SECRETARY BELL SUCCEEDED 

BELL. TERRENCE (U.S. SECRETARY OF EDUCATION] 

U.S. SECRETARY OF EDUCATION TD ATTEND RALLY IN ASH6VILLE 

BELL. H. S. (HAMLETI 

3 CREH MEMBERS FIRED AFTER TRAIN DERAILMENT REHIRED 

BELL. WILLIAM V. '"* I L L " 

FAIRCLOTH TAPS 2 FOR CAMPAIGN 

POPE. BELL HEAD CAMPAIGN 

BELL SAYS NEJ HOTEL KEY TO COJNTY COMMITMENT 

BELL SEEKS 7TH TERM AS COMMISSIONER 

ROLE OF POLITICS STRESSED 

BELL: YOUTH SHOULD VOTE 

STUDENTS WILL HEAR OFFICIALS 

ACCOUNTABILITY TO PUBLIC KEEPS GOVERNMENTS ALERT 

BROWNSTONE PLANNING ESSENTIAL 

3 INCUMBENTS. CHALLENGER GET EDUCATORS' BACKING 

NO FOR BELL; YES FOR MIGHT 

TEN CANDIDATES FAVOR SEWER LINE EXTENSION 

XSIL'''?.?^:^'-^^! 'WILLIAM V. "IILL" bell: DURHAM CO. COMMISSIONER. 

BOARD CANDIDATES: SALES TAX HIKE NOT NEEDED 

MOST FAVOR FUNDS FOR CIVIC CENTER 

BELL THREATENS TQ FIRE COUNTY'S Tnp PLANNER 

BELL DENIES REPORTS ON PLANNING DIRECTOR 

CANDIDATES CAUTIOUS ON TAX 

THAT ELUSIVE LAND-USE PLAN 

BELL: NO THREAT MADE TO FIRE PLANNER 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS SPAULDING 

CANDIDATES: TAX SILLS WON'T RISE 

CANDIDATES' SPENDING REPORTS IN 

SHERIFF'S STATIONS, FARMER TAX BREAKS BACKED AT FCRUH 

SENIOR CITIZENS BACK SPAULDING 

DURHAM CUU.NTY COMMISSIONERS 

DURHAM COMMITTEE UNVEILS SIX ENDORSEMENTS AT RALLY 

COMMITTEE INDICATES SUPPO'T F3 R CANDIDATES 

VOTE TO RE-ELECT WILLIAM V. '"ILL" BELL...(AOI 

dfmocrats nominate three for toMMi ssioners race 

utr£T'?ccS!''y?,I?,^ = l'* DURHAM COJNTY: FQR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

HIGMI stcKS RUNOFF 

DURHAM COMMITTEE'S BACKING HE.PEO RETAIN BOARD'S MAJORITY 

THANK YOUR FQR yqur CONTINUED SUPPOR T . . . W IL L I AM V. 'BILL' BELL... 

DURHAM LEADERS EXCITED ABOUT PROPOSED COMMUNITY 

BELL SUGGESTS HALVING REQUEST FOR HIGH SCHOOLS 

SITE OF HOME FOR HANDICAPPED CAUSES ANGER 

RESIDENTS PROTEST PLANNED MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY 

CONFLICTING ORDERS, LACK OF TALKS CAUSES FEUD 

BOARD DID NOT MANDATE GROUP HOMF POLL 

INSUBORDINATION CHARGE UNNECESSARY 

COUNTY HASN'T SOUGHT DEVELOPMENT GRANTS 

EDITORIAL INSULTING TO NON-WHITf MALES 

GOP FARES POORLY ON COMM I S S I O^i ER S RACE 

M5I.9F,*''''I-1CANT FOR SWINDELL'S JOB NARROWED TO 13 

CANDIDATES TACKLE COUNTY CROWT H- V S .-DUAL I TV ISSUE 

MOST COUNTY BOARD CANDIDATES FAVOR HOLDING LINE ON TAXES 

MANAGING GROWTH A KEY ROLE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

PLcASE VOTE TO RE-ELECT WILLISM V. "BILL" BELL lADI 

y.Sii^f?? f''9'^?^5S AND COOPERATION IN DURHAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT 

UNOFFICIAL RETURNS FROM DURHAM COUNTY PRECINCTS 



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DEMOCRATS APPARCfJT COUNTY B"A5 D DINNERS 

vnTERS KEEP DEMOCRATS 0" COHMISSICN 

BAORINGER SAYS CO"MITTE'= KILL=0 HIS BIO 

MANAGES INTERVIEW SLATED 

PULLEY. MI^HT OUT-SPENT OPPCN=NTS 

THANK YOU....iILLIAM V. "BILL" BELL. DURHAM 



COUNTY COMMISSIONER CADI 



BELLAMY, WALT (FORMER gASKET=?ALL P-.AVERI 

BELLAMY. maGlER among FOUR CH3SEN FOR N-C. SPORTS HALL 
MAGLER. 3 OTHERS JOIN N.C. SP3RTS HALL OF FAME 

BELLOW. SAUL I AUTHOR I 

DUKE PRESS VOLUME POINTS OUT 



FORM' IN FICTION OF SAUL BELLOH 



BELOW. BOB DR. ( VETER TJAR I AH) 

MOLDY CORN FEED FATAL TO HORSES 

86LVIN. JIM I DUKE UNIV. I 

CUTS WILL HAMPER DUKE AID PRKRAM 
EQUITY URGED FOR DRAFT RULES 
STUDENT AID COMBATS COST HIKES 

LENDER. DE'iOOAH 

SENDER GETS FULBRIGHT AWARD 

BENENSON. EDWAPO H. (N.Y.I 

5 DUKE STUOE-iTS GET PRIZES 

TRUSTEE GIVES DJKE Si's, 000 FGJ -EDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS 

TRUSTEE GIVES DUKE 425.000 FO> NEW MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP 

SENFIELD. RICKY LEE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BENJAMIN. ELIZABETH (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BENJAMIN. KENNETH 

TWO CHARGED IN STOLEN CAR CAS; 

BENJAMIN?. KENNY 

OFFICER CHASES, CATCHES BURGLARY SUSPECT 
CHRISTMAS GIFTS STOLEN 

BENNETT. BEN 

ROZIER GOES IS 
TF5PS' ESIASON 
JACKSONVILLE R 
YOUNG-BENNETT 
EBINGER: DECIS 
BENNETT CCNTEN 
BENNETT GETS F 
JUDGE FINES BEI 
BENNETT. BULLS 
BENNETT. AGENT 
BENNETT LANDS 
LUSTIG: ciEN TO 
BENNETT -IN SHI 
MAYDAY; SENNET 
DAY OF DBS' IN 
BENNETT'S NEWS 
AT RANDOM 
BENNETT AGREES 
FOUR REASONS w 
ENNETT FINALLY 
FAMILIAR TALE: 
FLUTIE PASSES 



T IN U3FL' S DRAFT 

STAf^OS BEHINO "BENNETT QUOTES 
ESERVES BENNETT'S JSFL OPTION 
PASSING DUEL EXPECTED AT hula EOwL 
ION ON NFL OR JSFL WILL BE BUSINESS 
T TO PLAY WAITING GAME ON PASSING FUTURE 
INE. RESTRICTIOM IN OUI CASE 
NNETT 

DcBaTE TER-S - ANO STORIES 

TO AWAIT NFL F:1R NEXT "0V6 
AGENT 

ATLANTA? 
OCK' FOLLOWING :NU8 

T'S HOPES CRASH-LAND IN 6TM ROUND 
FAHY 

NOT ALL BAD 

TO <.-rEA» PACT -IT" JACKSONVILLE 
HY BENNETT CHOSH US=L 

CASTS FATE WIT-I BULLS 

"ENNETT GETS n, D'=FFNSE TAKFS A HIKE 
BENNETT'S PASSING MARK IN dC WIN 



BENNETT. BILL REV. (TRINITY AVE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHl 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LI=E IN DU' HAM 

BENNETT. OARLENE (CREEDMTORI 

LOVE. KINDNESS COMFORT FAMILY 

SEN.<FTT, EUGENIA ALLEN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BENNETT, FLOYD 

HEADLESS BODY FOUND IN SWAMP 

BENNETT. JESSE 5R . (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY 

BENNETT. j^HN WHITE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BENNETT. NETTIE GRISSOM (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BENNETT. PETER B. OR. (DUKE hypERBSRIC CHAMBER) 
DUKE DIVERS RETURN from TEST 

SUIT FOR 15 MILLION FILED AGAINST DUKE »Y 'DIVER' 
DUKE ASKS DISMISSAL OF DIVER'S SUIT 

BENNETT, RITCHIE H. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BENNETT, STEVE 

MISSING "AN BEING SlUGHT 
FISHERMAN'S BOAT ADRIFT: HUNT BEGINS 
SEARCH CONTINUES 

LAKE SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MAN 
SEARCH PUSHED FOR MISSING MAN 
FISHERMAN'S BODY FOUND IN FAL. S LAKE 
BODY OF FISHERMAN FHUND IN FALLS LAKE 

BENNETT. TOMMY LEE (HARMONY) (DECEAbEJI 

investigation: OFFICER NOT VI3LATING POLICIES IN SHOOTING 

BENNETT. WILLIAM J. DR. 

DECLINE IN HUMANITIES RISKY FIR DEMOCRACY 

STUDIES URGE MORE EMPHASIS ON HUMANITIES FOR COLLEGIANS 

B6NS0N. CLIFTON L. (RALEIGHl 

LOuISBURG COLLEGE BENEFACTOR TONATES t200,000 FOR CHAPEL 

BENSON. GEOFFREY A. IcCCNQHISTI 

NUMBER OF DAIRY FARMS IN N.C. DECREASING 

BENTEL. E. FRANKLIN 

'MR. B'S' FAREWELL 

BENTLEY. DONALD QR. 

LAW TO HURT DENTAL CA'E 

CONGRESS' INSURANCE LIMITS COJLO HURT DENTISTRY 

"ENTLEY. PETER J. (NCS'Jl 



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2 


N 

N 


J56 
330 



MONTHLV/ANcNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PACE 23 



TRACE METALS STUDIED FOR CLUE^ TO CATARACTS 

3EMT0N, BRUCE 

AT END Of SHOPPING MALL RAINBOW IS ITS MANAGER 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAV THINGS ARE 

BENTSEMt LLOYO (TEXAS SENATO") 

TEXAN SAYS DEMOCRATS CAN REGAIN SENATE 
BENTSEN: BUSH'S NEMESIS 

BEOUAEOT, ELEAHORE C. 

HARRIS "DUHBFOUNOS" THIS RtAO=R 

BERGER. LISA ICARRPORO TEACHER) 
INSIDE AN OPERETTA 

BEPGER. RCERT DR. ICHAPEL HILL ALLERGIST) 

ACHOO! HAY FEVER SEASON HILL SOON B' UPON US 

IIO MILLION WELLNESS COMMUNITY PLANNED 

MEDICAL COMPLEX IS PLANNED F01 SITE NEAP SOUTH SQUARE 

HERGLAMDi OAVIO (LIBERTARIAN PARTY! 

TAXATION IS THEFT, SAYS LIBERTARIAN CANDIDATE 

LIBERTARIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ENVISIONS REDUCED GOVERNMENT ROLE 

ALL LIBERTARIANS AT HEART 

BERGMAN, HARRY 

BERGMAN HEADS CAMPAIGN 

<, NAMED TO EDMISTEN'S CAMPAIGN 

BERKELEY, RAYMOND 

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR VETERAN HAS HIS lOOIH BIRTHDAY 

BERKLEY, ANNE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

BERKLEY, RICHARD E. 

EXECUTION NO DETERRENT 
A GIFT TO HONOR CHRIST 

BERKLEY, SHIRLEY 

ABORTION INDEFENSIBLE 

BERKOWITZ, JAMES C. (N.Y.I 

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY STUDENT DIES IN ACCIDENT 

BERLOW, EMMA 

WAS HELMS' HELP NEEDED? 
FAST-CHANGING RATES 

BERLOW, LEONARD ICHAPEL HRLI 
WAS HELMS' HELP NEEDED? 

BEPMAN, JESSICA (HORTICULTURIST AT HOTEL EUROPAl 

HORTICULTURIST FOR HOTEL ENJOYS VARIETY IN HER JOB 

BERMAN, MARY YOLK (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BERHAN, RITA 

WHY DOES HELMS NEED MORE? 

BERMANJOHN, PAUL 

BERMANiOHN DESCRIBES BEING SHTT 

STATEMENTS BY WITNESS CHALLENSED IN KLAN TRIAL 

BERNANKE, SETH 

LOOKING FOR SIGNS? 

BERNSTEIN, HERBERT (DUKE U. LAW PR:fFSS0RI 
WEST GERMAN PROF TO JOIN DUKE FACULTY 

BERNSTEIN, JAMES 

LIMITING HEALTH-CARE COSTS DISCUSSED 

BERNSTEIN, JIM IN.C. RURAL HEALTH SERVICES DEPT.) 

SEVERAL AREA COUNTIES SEEN NE^^OING MORE DOCTORS 
PROGRAMS SAID NEEDED TO LOWER MEDICAL COSTS 

BERRY, BANKS (CHAPEL HILL) 
A WORD OF THANKS 

BERRY, CFSANN'E 

SUMMER ARTS PROGRAM OFFERS DRAMA, PAINTING AND POTTERY 

BERRY, PHIL ( RFP, | 

STATE REP. LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

STATE REP. BERRY DIES 

MOURNERS HONOR PHILLIP 0. BER^Y, FORMER LEGISLATOR 

BEST, BASCOMP W. JP. (CHARLOTTE! '. 

HEROIN SMUGGLERS GET PRISON TERMS 

BEST, CONNIE 

NEW PACKAGING OF NATURAL SODAS INCREASING SALES IN TRIANGLE TEST 
BEST, ELIZABETH 

'PRINCIPLED ANCHORS' OF HUNT AND HELMS 

HUNT'S OPEN-MINDED ATTITUDE NOT A DEFECT 

BEST, FLORENCE RAY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BEST, JAMES BENJAMIN (ROXBORO) 

PERSON MAN CHARGED WITH MURDEJ IN SHOOTING DEATH OF FATHER-IN-LAW 

BEST, JOHNNY (TRUMPETER! 

BEST BIRTHDAY AT HOME 

BCCT KIM 

HERALD WRITER WINS PRESS AWARD 

FIVE 'HERALD' WRITERS, ART CRITIC HONORFO 

DOCTORS SHOULD EXPLAIN MEDICARE DATA 

CONQUERING THE RAPIDS 

CATHOLIC OOCTRINc 

HFRALO WRITERS WIN AWARDS 

tN^i^SJffSN'wri^'isLlI^lSa""' '""^ "" '° '"^ """ °' "''"'- '"'-"'^ 
MEDIA IRK READER, VIEWER: PAPER SHOWED LACK OF COMPASSION IN. ..DETAILS 

BEST, LOUISE TURNER (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BEST, MftxiNE TYSOR 

LAWYER BARRED BY COURT ORDER = ROM HANDLING CLIENTS' MONEY 
BETHEA, MARK (CHAPEL HILL) 



'.I 


S 

DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 


H I 


9/18/84 8 


1 


N 


H 2 
H 2 


(./11/S4 B 
6/13/6'. 8 


1 
1 


P G L3D 

U 


H 2 
H 2 


'./03/B4 A 
7/05/84 A 


I 3 

4 


N 

E 


H 2 


2/04/8<. A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/10/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


4/01/84 B 
10/20/84 A 
10/21/84 D 


14 


Jl C'^D 
N 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


6/22/84 8 
6/25/84 C 
6/30/84 A 


1 
2 

4 


N S51 

N 

E 


S 2 
S 2 


1/04/84 C 
9/13/84 C 


1 
1 


N 
N 


H 2 


3/20/84 A 


14 


N 


H 2 


4/21/84 B 


I 


D U 


H 2 
H 2 


3/28/84 A 
12/18/84 A 


4 

4 


L 
L 


H 2 


9/13/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


10/31/84 A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 
H 2 


10/10/84 A 
10/31/84 A 


4 
5 


L 
L 


H 2 


10/10/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


2/05/84 E 


10 


P U G78 


H 2 


6/27/84 B 


9 





H 2 


10/19/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 
H 2 


3/02/84 A 
3/08/84 C 


10 
9 


N 
N 


H 2 


10/31/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/09/64 A 


10 


N 


H 2 


2/09/84 A 


10 


N 830 


H I 
S 2 


1/31/84 B 
2/09/84 C 


1 
I 


N L30 
N J56 


H 2 


11/29/84 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


7/09/64 C 


1 


P F C05 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


10/19/84 A 
10/22/84 C 
10/26/84 C 


6 
2 

6 


N 

N 
N 


H 2 


12/16/84 6 


1 


N 


H 2 


9/02/84 D 


14 


P N L41 


H 2 
H 2 


7/28/84 A 
8/08/84 A 


4 

4 


L 
L 


H 2 


2/12/84 B 


2 





H I 


9/07/84 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


10/20/84 A 


22 


N 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H ? 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/27/84 B 
3/19/84 8 
3/23/84 A 
3/25/84 D 
4/20/84 A 
6/26/34 B 
7/22/84 
8/3P/84 A 
9/27/64 A 


I 
1 

4 

I 
4 
1 
1 
4 
4 


P N 

N 

P F 830 

L 
' N 
' F 830 

L 

L 


H 2 


6/08/84 C 


9 





» 2 


2/21/84 A 


6 


N- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL I^OEX BY NAMES 



BfTHEl T4Ki5 PLEA esROAIN IN "U^^OE^ CASE 

z-ia offenoant pleaos guilty ij july murder 

3»0 OEFENOAMT PLEADS GUILTY 
THREE GET LIFE TE'MS FOR KILLING 

»ETTS, DORIS 

^'ITERS' CONFERFNCE OPE^JS T0M3R»0W 

DORIS SETTS LETS LIGHT SHINE WHEN SHE MENTIONS CHURCH 

JORIS BETTS STORY AIRS NOV. 26 

■VIOLET" TO AIR 

■^ETTS. JOHN CLAIBORNE IDECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

BEY, LOANDA B. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

3EY, Rn3ERT (COLUMBUS CO.l 

CATFISH FARMERS ORGANIZING TO BUILD BIGGER. STABLE MARKET 

BHI WANOI«ALA, POURU OR. 

NEW CHOICES: BHTH CONTROL OPTIONS ARE ABOUT TO MULTIPLY 

RFSEARCH PUTS N?>i METHODS OM THE HORIZON 

THE GOOD NEHS: "IRTH CONTRJL "ETHOOS HAVE HEALTH '<6NEFITS. TOO 

on. POURU SHIUAN0I.*ala: the jhOLE MORLO is HER CLASSROOM, HER FAMILY. 

BIAS, LEN 

GRABBING The GLORY 
BIAS TRIES TO SHARE THE HEALTH 
all-tourney: TERPS' BIAS LEADS WAY 
BIAS, WASHBURN HONORED 

BICHKOV, 4LEXEY, REV. 

SOVIETS SAY THEY ARE WITNESSES FQR CHRIST 

aiCKHAM, PHILLIP , , , , 

13 ARE SENTENCED IN CAR-WRECK INSURANCE SCHEME 
DEFENDANTS IN SCHEME PLAN NO APPEAL 



BIPDLE. MARY DUKE 

BIDOLE GALLERY AN ASSET 

BIDDY, F. DOUGLAS 

BIDDY HEADS JIM MARTIN'S CAMPSIGN 

BIDDY HEADS MARTIN'S CA-PAIGN IN DURHAM 

REPUBLICANS WANT COVERAGE IN :>RIMAKIcS 

IRRITATION AT CONGRESSIONAL CLUB COULD HIT HELMS 

COUPLE HEADS TO CONVENTION 

BIOOY: REPUBLICAN DELEGATES M] RE UNIFIED AT CONVENTION 

SURPRISE! DIVIDED OPINIONS 

BIDDY, FRED C. 

MARTIN HAS RUN CLEAN CAMPAIGN 

BIDDY, PEGGY 

COUPLE HEADS TO CONVENTION 

BIGGS, EOWARO 0. 

FASH TRACTOR DEALERS FORESEE 3ETTER SALES AS SPRING ARRIVES 

BIGGS, H. FRANKLIN ILUMBERTONl 

HELMS" RETIREMENT PLANS GUARANTEES SECURITY 

BIGGS. J. L. SGT. IVA.I IDECEASEDI 

VIRGINIA STATE TKOOPER FATALLY WOUNDED 
POLICE CAPTURE MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING OFFICER 

BIGGS, LUCY C. 

PARENTS OF HANDICAPPED FOCUS OF PILOT PROGRAM 

BILAS, JAY 

CJKE'S eiLAS GETS HUNGRY AT RIGHT TIME 

JAY BILAS FINDS BLUE DEVIL REVIVAL REWARDING 

DUKE'S PILAS BIGGER. BETTER 

3ILLERMAN, KEVIN 

NORTHERN'S 3ILLERMAN RESIGNS 

HILLSIDE, NORTHERN EACH SEARC^ING FOR RIGHT MAN 

COUNTY SCHOOLS CLEARED OF 01 S: R IM INAT ION CHARGE 

BILLINGS, JAMES HENRY IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BILLINGS, TERRY WAYNE (HIGH POINTI IDECEASEDI 

MAN SAYS HE HAD TO USE KNIFE TO PROTECT FAMILY 

BILLINGSLEY, EVERETT 

WATER AGENCY IN GOOD SHAPE TO MEET GROWTH, OFFICIALS SAY 

LAKE-ZONING ACTION EXPECTED THIS MQNTH 

DAM BIDS HIGHER THAN ANTICIPATED 

OWASA OFFICIALS SAY INTERSTATE 40 WILL COST CUSTOMERS 

BINDEWALO, JANE S. 

STUDENTS LIFT SPIRITS 

BINDEWALO, RICHARD A. 

BINDEWALO TO SPEAK 

BINKOWSKI, FRANK I MET EOROLOGI ST I 

WEATHER FORECASTERS GAINING GROUND ON MOTHER NATURE 

niRCHER, RICHARD ICARR'"OROI 

DEATH PENALTY REJUIRES IMPOSSIBILITY: PERFECTION 
WHY CHANGE CARR'^ORO? 

BIRMINGHAM, GEORGE w. 

DEMOCRAT OILED BY PARTY LEADE''S PROTEST 

BISHOP, OAVIS LUIS 

DURHAM MAN Shot in robbery attempt 

HAN SAYS ROBBER SHOT HIM 

BISHOP, FRANK IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BISHOP, SECDLIA BLACK IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BISHOP. ST=VF (KINSTONI 

GOOD SAMS HELP IN KINSTON 

BISHOP. W. R. 

REAGAN HELD RESPONSIBLE 









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P 


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E L 

DATE C PG L 


T 
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P 3YL 


H 3 

H 3 
H 3 
H 3 


Z/O'/?-. C 
Z/OJ/-^ 9 
Z/08/8<, B 
Z/Zi/S', B 


1 
I 
I 
I 


N W36 
N W36 
N W36 
N W36 


S Z 

H Z 
H Z 
S 2 


6/0'5/>"<. A 
<)/23/"><. S 
ll/09/n<. D 
ll/22/B<. D 


6 

9 P 
A 

P 


N 
F 
N 
N 


H 2 


T/OZ/B* B 


5 





H Z 


3/ll/8<, A 


14 





H Z 


IZ/SO/B". 3 


14 


N 


11 

s z 
s z 


3/0T/8<. B 
3/OS/'". A 
3'0R/34 a 
'5/Z9/8'. B 


1 P 
6 P 
1 " 
1 P 


G J06 

G J05 
J06 
F J06 


H 2 
H 2 
S Z 
S 2 


3/l2/"<. A 

3/12/8<. 3 

3/12/84 D 

12/11/84 


\ P 
3 P 
10 
4 


o M66 

N 
N 
N 


H Z 


5/16/94 A 


1 


F 


H 2 
S 2 


9/16/04 A 
8/18/84 A 


1 
3 


N S82 

N 


H 2 


2/06/94 B 


1 P 


G L30 


S 2 


9/07/84 A 


4 


E 


H Z 

S 1 
H Z 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 


l/OT/94 A 
1/09/84 C 
6/0Z/84 A 
7/15/84 A 
8/19/84 A 
9/2Z/84 A 
IO/ZZ/84 A 


11 

3 

4 
1 

3 P 

1 
2 


N 
N 

N 361 
N C60 
N C60 
N J54 


H 2 


U/Ol/84 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


8/18/84 A 


3 P 


N C60 


S 2 


3/17/84 A 


3 


N C60 


H 2 


8/16/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 
H 2 


1Z/I9/B4 A 
12/20/84 A 


3 

7 


N 
N 


H 3 


6/28/84 B 


1 P 


F K45 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


3/07/«4 3 
ll/2<l/''4 B 
12/09/84 D 


2 P 
I P 
1 P 


N <:5Z 

11 ni3 

N M7 V 


5 2 
H 2 
H 2 


3/26/°4 3 
3/29/94 D 
7/24/94 3 


5 P 

Z 
I 


N C09 
N C36 
N W24 


H Z 


6/04/94 B 


14 





H 2 


9/27/84 A 


15 


N 


H 2 
H 3 
H 3 
H 3 


10/19/94 A 
11/06/94 C 
11/16/94 3 
12/06/84 6 


7 
t 
1 

1 


N 

N 946 
N W36 
N 946 


S 2 


2/29/84 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


6/09/84 A 


16 


N 


H 2 


9/20/84 B 


1 


N 330 


H 2 

H 2 


2/08/84 A 
10/08/84 A 


4 
4 


L 
L 


H 2 


4/03/84 A 


4 


L 


S 2 

H 2 


1/07/84 A 
1/08/84 C 


I 
6 


N 
N 


H 2 


4/27/84 A 


IZ 


' 


H 2 


2/03/84 C 


6 





H 2 


3/30/84 C 


9 


N 


H 2 


10/29/84 A 


4 


L 









^ 


-I.X6<.a- M0NTHLV/4NNUAL INDEX BY NA 

1/01/8'. - I2/31/8<, 


H E S * 




PAGE 25 
1/14/85 




NE 

P DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 


niSSELL. LfCLAIR DO. 

ALCOHOLIS'I SE'llMAR TQ BE HELD NEXT WEEK 
1 FtlR-PROElT aLrOHQLlSM CENTERS THRIVING 

■ LIJUUR LINKED TO PREGNANCY WO' S 

■ ALCOHOL. PKEONANCY: DOCTORS HESITANT TO WARN PUBLIC OE DANGERS... 


S ? <./l9/'><, C 
H 2 i,/27/e<, B 
S 2 ',/27/B', C 
H 2 <,/28/B'. B 


1 
1 
1 
1 


N 

N 030 
N J56 
N B30 


BITTING. MARY 

HELMS IS A GOOD MAN 


H 2 3/06/8^^ A 


4 


L 


BIVENS. TRACY AUBRY 

Z MORE HELD IN DRUG BUST 


S 2 S/OB/BH C 


1 


N 


9IVINS. "fAPY ELLEN COX (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 


H 2 ll/07/e<, A 


10 





BIZZELL. BRENOA B. lOECEASEOl 

FLOWER GARDEN IS DEDICATED 


H 2 2/02/8<. A 


6 


N 


BLACK, EARL DR. lUSCI 

SOLID DEMOCRATIC COUTH WAVERS 


H 2 10/22/8'. A 


4 


E 


BLACKBURN, W. S. IFLA.I (DECEASEOI 
1 OBITUARY 


H 2 3/20/64 A 


12 





BLACKBURN, WILLIAM M. 

BLACKBURN ENDOWMENT RECEIVES FIRST PLEDGE 


S 2 12/lO/B'. C 


3 


N 


8LACKMAN, CHARLES 

DURHAM PSO STUDY TO BE READY IN MARCH 


S 2 12/21/B'. C 


1 


N M69 


8LACKMAN, "YRTLE MAE JONES IH ILLSBO ROUGH 1 (DECEASEOI 


H 2 10/D8/B', a 


6 





BLACKMON, CHARLES (N.C MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE! 

PANEL NAMED TO HIRE PUBLIC SAFETY STUDY FIRM 
PSO EVALUATION COST PUT AT OVER 580.000 


S 2 5/28/3'. C 
H 2 7/12/84 B 


1 
I 


N K90 
N S5l 


BLACKMON. THOMAS L. (CAPT.l 

CAPTAIN ASSIGNED TO USS DURHAM 


S 2 8/18/94 A 


3 


N P07 


BLACKMON. WILLIAM "PUGGY" (GA. TEC1 GOLF COACHI 
TECH ADVANCES TO FORE OF ACC GOLF 


H 2 4/21/B4 6 


2 


BLACKMUN. HARRY (U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICEI 
MARKE WORLD GO AWAY 


S 2 10/12/84 A 


4 


P 


BLACKNALL, HAYWOOD BENNIE (CREEOMQTRI 

GRANVILLE MAN CHARGED WITH MUl DER AFTER WOMAN DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND 


H 2 12/19/84 C 


1 


i) 


BLACKNALL. H. D. IPHAR-ACISTI 

R.D. BLACKNALL, MAN BEHIND THE HOUSE 
BUILDER OF BLACKNALL HOUSE IS DISPUTED 
BLACKNALL GENEALOGY 


H 2 I0/0<>/94 A 
H 2 10/l?/94 A 
H 2 10/12/84 A 


4 
4 

4 


^ tl 

N b» 


BLACKSTOCK, ROGER (GUILFORD CO. 1 

PROSECUTOR BLASTS PAROLE SYSTEM 


S 2 7/23/B4 A 


7 


BLACKWELL, ELLIE SERCY (DECEASED! 


H 2 6/14/84 B 


2 


S^ 


BLACKWELL, GEORGE (GRAHAMl 

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS SIX PEOPLE ON GAMBLING COUNT 


H 2 11/27/84 A 


13 


" 1 


BLACKWELL, JAMES WILLIAM JR. (CHAPEL HILL! 

BUS DRIVER CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN OPIVING 
TEEN FACES DW I CHARGE 


H 2 3/27/84 B 
S 2 3/28/94 A 


3 
3 


BLACKWELL, MAIRQ FRANKLIN (CHARLOTTEI 
8-YEAR-OLD HANGED ON HAMMOCK 


H 2 12/31/94 A 


9 


h 


BLACKWELL, MILTON (CHAPEL HILLI 

ESTRANGED WIFE CHARGED WITH USING FORCE 


H 3 7/03/84 B 


1 


W 


BLACKWELL, RAYNARD 

COURT REVERSES MURDER CONVICTION 


H 1 4/04/84 B 


1 


!: 


BLACKWELL, WALLACE C. (PERSON CO.! 

OCT. RUNOFF POSSIBLE IN PERSO>l '"OUNTY 

PERSON CANDIDATES CONSIDER RU>10FF 

PERSON SCHEDULES RUNOFF IN C OM ,•( I SS I ONERS " RACE 

CANDIDATE FILES TO BE IN RUNOFF 

BLACKS ELIMINATED IN PERSON RUNOFF 


H 2 9/07/84 A 
H 1 9/03/B4 B 
H 2 9/1 1/84 A 
H 2 9/12/94 8 
H 2 10/05/34 A 


1 
1 
1 
1 

1 


N L40 H 
P N L40 8 

N L40 '"i 


BLACKWOOD. G. D. (STATE HIGHWAY PATROL! 
HUHWAY PATROL TROOPER CLEARED 


H 2 2/25/84 A 


10 


1 
N 


BLACKWOOD, GEORGE MARVIN (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 


H 2 4/11/84 A 


6 


1 


BLAHA, DAVID 

AGENCY DRAFTS PROPOSAL TO PRESERVE FARMLAND IN SIX COUNTIES 


H 2 8/21/84 A 


1 1 


* 

N Bel 


BLAIR, BEVELYN 

CAKE RECIPES: 8EVELYN BLAIR'S COLLECTION GOES PUBLIC 


H 2 7/05/84 C 


I 


? F 1 


BLAKE, BESSIE WATSON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 


H 7 2/07/84 B 


9 





BLAKE, HARRIS 

CONGRESSIONAL CANOITATES F LE FUND REPORTS 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELFCT ON IN N.C. CONTESTS 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS N 5 TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 


H 2 4/21/84 B 
H 2 11/07/94 A 
H 2 11/09/94 A 


1 
1 3 
15 


N 

N , 
N 


BLAKE. HARVEY H. 

MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR SLAYING 


H 1 11/02/84 B 


1 


N 


BLAKE, OLLIE LOUIS JR. 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN SHOOTING DEATH 
NO BONO SET FOR Z CHARGED IN SLAYING 
MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER POSTS 60ND 


H 2 10/22/84 A 
5 2 10/22/84 C 
H 2 10/23/"4 B 


11 
1 
4 


N 

N A47 

N 


°L«KE. ROSANNA 

COURT COUNSELORS HELP OETER PJPILS FROM CRIME 


S 2 2/D8/84 C 


1 


N COS 


BLAKE, THELMA 

ARMSTRONG IS PRAISED 


S 2 6/06/84 A 


4 


L 


BI-AKELY, ANNIE LOIS NEWKIRK (DECEASED! 


H 2 10/17/84 B 


14 





BLAKEMORE, JOHN ALBERT (CHARLOTTE! 

CHARLOTTE MAN, 18, COULD GET nEATH 
18-YEAR-OLO GETS THREE LIFE Tfrms 


H 2 2/19/84 A 
H 2 .2/2 1/84 A 


9 
13 


N 

N 


BLAKEMORE, PATRICIA JANE (CHARLOTTE! 









i/oi/e<. - 



INDEX 
12/31/8<. 



CHARLHTTE M4N. 18. COOLO GET TEATH 
19-YE4S-OL0 GETS THREE LIFE T= RMS 

"'"'JSoF^eSsiS'^EMES^IuS OF JAZZ HEADLINES DUKE CONCEOT 



BLALOCK, BETSY 

HUNT MAKES IT TOUGH TO BE 



'TRUE DEMOCRAT- 



BLALOCK. CHARLES JOGOY (ROXBORCI , „„^,t- 

3 CHARGED IM STABBING DEATH A=TER ROAOBLQCK ARRESTS MADE 
JURY BEING SELECTED FOR MURDE' . KIDNAPPING TRIAL 

BLALOCK. DEBOROUGH G. 
MORAL COWARDICE 

BLALOCK, KERRY ITIMBERLAKEl 

JURORS MAY RECEIVE STABPI^JG C^ SE TODAY 

FATHeJ sentenced to 10 YEARS IN JAIL FO" SON'S STABBING 

FATHER PLANS TO APPEAL CONVICTION IN STABBING 

BLALOCK. T. CARLTON 

IMMIGRATION LAW UPSETS FARMERS 

BLALOCK, T. T. ISHERIFF'S DEPUTYI 

PRECAUTIONS URGED AS SCHOOL N= AR S END 

BLALOCK, 2FB JACKSON ITIMBERLAKEl 

JURORS MAY RECEIVE STABBING Cl SE TODAY 

FATHER SENTEWCEO to 10 YEARS IN JAIL FOP SCN'S STABBING 

FATHER PLANS TO APPEAL CONVICTION IN STABBING 

BLANCHARD, LAWRENCE ( HI LL S30R0UGH I 

VOTING. DRINKING AGES DECIDED BY -THINKERS' 

BLANCHARD, RUPERT IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BLAND, SHEILA I BETHEL I , ,, , 

SUSPECT CHARGED IN LAUNDRY DEATHS 
MAN INDICTED IN 2 SLAYIUGS , ^ 

PITT COUNTY HAN GETS TWO DEATH SENTENCES 

BLANKENSHIP, ANTHONY RAY 

JURY STARTS DELIBERATION IN HILKES MURDER TRIAL 
TWO MEN CONVICTED OF SLAYING IN WILKES 
MYSTERY SURPOUNOS MIJRDER CASE 
MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCES 

SLASS, BILL IDE5IGNER1 _ , ,,„ 

O'^SIGNER LAPEL NOT AS SWEET, SAYS ARBITER 
FASHIOiJ savvy: dress SPELLS SJCCESS FOR BLASS, STUTZ 
BILL BLASS SHARES HIS FASHION IDEAS AT DUKE 

BLASSENGILL, JAMES EDWARD INAGS HEIDI 
12 PEOPLE INOICTEO IN DRUG PRTB6 

*■' DEPRESSION CAN TURN 'GOLDEN YEARS' BLEAK 

BLAZER. JOHN ALLISON (CONVICTED OF MAIL FRAUOI 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO MAIL FRAJO 

BLEDSOE, JERRY IGUIL'=0PU CO . I 

LIGHT FARE IS FOLKSY ANO CLEVER 

BLEVINS, JAMES 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN nu' HAM 

CHINESE LEAF COULD QE THREAT TO N.C. GROWERS 

N,C. TOBiCCO OFFICIALS EXPRESS DIS.^AY AT CUT IN 19S5 QUOTA 

BLOCK. KRISTINE IDECEASEOI IFORT a'^ AGG I 

FAYETTEVILLE CHEERLEADER DIES IN WRECK 

BLOM. GEPTPUDE 1 PHP TOGR APHER I 

DUKE CENTER SPONSORING BLOM SHOW 
DUKE HELPS SPONSOR BLOM PHOTO EXHIBIT 

BLOMBERG. SVFN 

THIS MARRIAGE HAS ITS ROOTS 11 FRIENDSHIP 

BLOODHORTH. A. M. 

WASTE OF MONEY 

BLOOM, CLAUDIA IVIOLINISTI 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

BLOOMER. BILL J. ,, • 

FORMER SMOKER OUIT TO LENGTHEN HIS LIFE 

BLOUNT, KATHP INE 
OBITUARY 

''-°"'JoLl"ciL iSi^SER^I'SisiNESS, FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY... 
KNOX'S CAMPAIGN HEAD TO SUPPO'T DEMOCRATS 

BLUE, DANIEL JR. (PEP. I 

THREE-BLOC COALITION EYES SALES TAX FIGHT 

BLUE, OAVIO 

RESCUE AWARD 

BLUMENFELO - JONES, TENJIMIN WILL , „ „ 

DURHAM COUPLE HAS FIRST N.C. TEST-TUBE PABY 
8-POUNO BABY BOY IS REWARD OF COUPLE CLINGING TO HOPE 
BENJAMIN: SCIENCE AT ITS BEST 

BLUNT, ANN (CREEOMOORl 
THANKS FOR HELP 
DISEASE IS TREATABLE 
THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 

'"""'StrIilG?SrwElE'cR°oisE^rjl?NJ HILLSIDE'S BLUNT GOT THE STATE TITLE... 
OMEGA PSI PHi NAMES CITIZEN. fAN OF YEAR 

BLYTH, CARL S. 

COLLEGE ATHLETES FACE DRUG TESTING 

TESTS AIMED AT DETECTING DRUGS IN ATHLETES 

BLYIH, ELUABETH WARNOCK IDECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 



I DECSASEDI 



S T T 
E L Y 
DATE C PG L P BYL 



H 2 2/l0/B<. A 8 
H 2 2/21/8". A 13 



S 2 ID/Z'./B'. C 3 P N 
H 2 7/13/8'. A 4 L 



H 2 2/23/84 B I N L30 
H 1 10/30/8'. C I N L<.0 



H 2 10/31/9<. A 4 L 



S 2 T/U/C C I 
H 2 7/L3/')'. B I 
S 2 7/13/8'. C 1 



S 2 a/l'J/a'. C 8 

S 2 6/02/8'. A 3 

S 2 7/12/"'. C 1 

H 2 7/13/84 B 1 

S 2 7/13/84 C 1 

H 2 6/25/84 A 4 

H 2 5/03/84 A 16 



H 2 1/03/B4 A 3 
H 2 1/18/84 A 8 
H 1 6/2S/84 B 1 



H 2 4/12/84 A 15 

H ? 4/13/84 A a 

H 2 4/16/84 A 10 

S 2 4/21/84 A 22 



N H0 5 
N S82 
N H05 



N M05 
N SB? 
N H05 



H 2 2/08/84 A 15 F H45 
S 2 2/03/84 8 I P F J06 
H 2 2/10/84 3 2 P F H45 



H 2 3/13/84 A 12 N 

H 2 11/07/84 A 8 N 080 

S 2 3/21/84 A 9 N 

H 2 3/18/84 D 9 P R 

H 2 10/10/84 8 1 U 



S 2 8/02/84 C 4 N 
H I 12/14/84 B 1 P N 



H 2 9/01/84 A 10 



H 2 4/12/84 B 2 
S 2 4/13/94 C 3 



N 



H 2 7/15/84 E 2 P F HOI 
H 2 9/14/94 A 4 L 
H 2 3/09/84 D 6 P N 
H 2 2/21/94 A 4 L 




H 2 12/18/84 C 



H 2 5/20/84 e 14 
S 2 7/19/94 A 8 



N 



H 2 12/01/84 A 1 N 046 
H 2 6/21/84 C 22 P P F70 



S 2 2/22/94 A 1 P N J56 
H 2 2/23/84 B 1 P F B30 
H 2 2/25/84 A 4 E 



H 2 9/19/84 A 4 
H 2 ll/n/84 A 4 
H 2 12/18/84 A 4 



S 2 4/17/84 D 2 P U C09 
H ' 5/27/B4 C 12 N C36 
H 2 11/09/84 a 5 N 



H 2 4/2i/"4 a ■; N 

S 2 6/04/94 A 3 G J56 



H 2 10/05/84 C 



<>'>0- HUNTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX H ■/ NAMES PAGE 27 

1/01/8* - 12/31/8'. 1/14/^5 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P HYL 

BLYTHE. OOMALD OR. IPGFT AND DUKE "ROFFSSTRI 

WRITERS' CONFERENCE OPENS TOMORROW 5 7 b/OQ/Hi. 4 1 », M 

WRITERS ALSO LIKE TO TALK 3 | V,Vwlt 3 I f GOO 

BOAOA, ANDRE FRANK 

5 FACE CHARGES FUR ORUGS c; , <,/3n/P<. A I M K^q 

FIVE PERSONS ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES » \ tnx/lX 8 1 N 

BOAT, PARBARA OR. ( UNC-CH I 

UNC EXPERTS SAY SANTA IS FINE FOR CHILDREN t; 7 IJ/ls/ilA A 1 

SOBBITT, ELBERT J. JR. 

HANDICAPPED WOMAN IS ROBBED. ASSAULTED c 7 in/74/oi. « 7 

ARRESTED IN RESTAURANT ^ | lg;|?;5^ J J 

BOBBITT, MICHAEL (HENDERSONI 

HAN CHARGED WITH ROBbERY H 1 <./12/8<. B 1 

BOPU. LULA ALSTON (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



N ue 

E 



ROOOEN. HOWARD LELANO (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 



H 2 9/20/8". C 12 
H 2 8/19/8'. B 2 



BQOE. LUCY H. 

POST FILLED FOR <, DAYS H 2 12/29/8A B A N 
800ENHEIMER, F. P. JR. 

fiR%"c§;o'-sirh%%°ssafiD«y^'S3'«?j?sjE%°'GEN"^»'j^ * ^'"" " °^" ^"^^^ s i ^;j^;it ? ^i " s ^^' 

BOPINE. GEOFF 

BODINE SCORES FIRST WITH WAP TI NSV I LLE WIN H 7 A/in/9i a 7 rj u/.n 

i^5ii'^^s"iiw";;i^^ ^F^^?s^^5J^g.^?ngr^ "^" ■^"■^^ "^^"«^^- » 

|S8iKF Af5s«i^-?%F^H^?^oS\'fc^Sg^^ 5 i - ^ «- 

SOOINE EDGES OUT BOUCHARD 5 I iS^IUSJ S ,7 



BODMAN. TAFFY 



S 2 10/22/a<. Oil N 



CHAPEL HILL BOOK SALE A HI T c 7 ,n/no/p^ r 1 o c 

30uK SAI F A HIT ^ '- lU/D'^/nA C 1 P F 

" SALt A Hl[ J J 10/ia/8A A 4 L 



BOESKY. IVAN F. 

EXPERT DEAL-MAKER TO SPEAK AT 



H 2 11/15/84 C 10 



•lOGART, STEVEN E. 

IOWA YOUTH RATES TOPS IN DUKE TALENT SEARCH H 2 5/14/84 A 3 P N 

BOCDONOFF, MINNIE PROMBERG IDECEAS=DI 

°^'^""^ " ^__.. H 2 12/L9/84 C 7 

BOGUES. TYRONE (PALTIMOREI 

THE DWARFISH Oun: STATE'S WBB3 , WAKE'S BOGUE S TO MEET SATURDAY... H 2 1/20/84 C 1 P F ■.? I 

80HANN0N, JAMES EDWA-'D ( MCL EANSV I LL E I 

MURDER CHARGE FILED IN DEATH OF MAN, 36 H 2 11/17/84 8 8 

BQLAND, JOHN AND PAT 

BRIGHTLEAF TO GET NEW RESTAURANT „ j 1/20/84 B 1 N 

BOLDIN, ELONZO ICARRBOROI 

f"uS°cSaR^^o''" "-SURANCE CHARGES S j i/zw.'. A 8 N 

12 ARE SENTENCED IN CAR-WRECK INSURANCE SCHEME u J ^/fl/S^ ? 1' H co, 

DEFENDANTS IN SCHEME PLAN NO APPEAL ^'-"'="6 H 2 3/1^/84 A 1 N 582 

BOLDIN, WILLIE ROBERT 1 CHAP EL HILLI 

MOTORCYCLE RI06R KILLED h 7 «./74/oi 

OBITUARY H £ 6/24/84 



80LICK, SANDY HOYLF 

KINDERGAROEN TAUGHT WRITE? ANT SON LESSONS 



2 6/25/84 A 9 
S 2 6/16/84 A 14 F 846 



POLLFNBACHER, WALTER 

SCIENTISTS AT UNC TURN BACK 'ZLOCKS' TO CONTROL INSECTS H 2 10/11/84 A 1 P N IJ80 

POLLING, CHARLES 

EXEMPTION GETS BOLLING ROLLING „ j 9/23/84 C 11 N C49 

BOLLINGER, RANDY OR. 

TRANSPLANTATION: IS LIFE PRICELESS AND WORTH SAVING AT ANY COST H 2 U/U/84 Oil U 830 

BOLLINGER, RANDY DR. (RALPHI 

DUKE TO START LIVER TRANSPLANT PROGRAM ; j 7/17/84 A 1 N 

BOLLINGER, STEVEN L. 

ABORTION FILM AN IMPORTANT ANALYSIS H 2 5/23/84 A 4 L 

BOLQGNESI, OANI OR. 

DOCTORS BELIEVE AIDS WILL SHO^ UP IN GENERAL POPULATION S ? 9/07/84 A 1 N J56 

POLT, JOHN C. ANO SUSIE 8. (WILSONI 

PROBE IS SOUGHT OF CONTRIBUTIONS BY WILSON FAMILY U 7 a/71/«4 » 10 m 

^ ^^;^R^%^^ErSF%'c%"E%^?TT};t\^'™^ ^° " ^^^"'^^ 1 

'Thi'Vo°u:^i r^rp^UAii^'^' '"^^ donations s / : ' ' " 



STATE LAYS Claim to $6,000 ED'ilSTFN CONTRIBUTTON 

^f^T";!.'^^^''?'^'* '^"■" URGES nilsTIGATION OF HELI 
GIFT TO EDMISTEN SUSPICIOUS 



2 8/28/"4 A 4 E 

. 2 10/05/84 All N 

P GIVEN BY fOMISTEN... H 2 10/11/84 A 20 N 



SUBPEONENAS MAY BE SOUGHT ON "ROSE H I In/^t/H 

!;iN^rH«Srl^^5T^i''i';!?=?y?^t"J 3^= ILLEGAL CONTRIBUITON REFUND " " '°'?^'?'' 

Sn?oS S2''cP=riI EXCEEDING CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION LIMIT 



2 U/07/84 A 3 
2 11/09/84 C 10 
2 11/28/84 



'l.^.JJ.g" CAMPAIGN DONATIONS TO IE CHALLENGED ^ I M/nS/Si r q 

judge: CAMPAIGN CHARGE FILED IN WRONG COUNTY K | ll/lf/aj 8 14 N 

BOLTON, BETTY (CHAPEL HILL POETl 

WRITING IS 'LIFE' TO CHAPEL HILL POET H 2 11/11/84 3 » U H45 
BOLTON, MARY JO (WAKE CO. I 

So^tbR^I'T^^Sc'VyBlSlN'""'-' " ' ^"^^""' C W N S82 

tssi^:^ ?i^?ImSs/ p^ — " - -- I ?i/>^^ B i' M y? 

J!??.^?'J^'-'-^ O*" 'TOTAL HUMtLlATION' S ? \^/\VAl I \ m ^^? 

ALLEGED ASsiiLT LEFT ITS SCARS, COURT TOLD l\ VAVAX \ \ I 111 

DOCTOR SAYS EXAMINATION OF W0< AN HAS UNNECESSARY ? I \ 'AV/H r ^ ^ l?l 

DOCTORS: PATIENT'S CARE 'NOT UP TO STANDARD' u I ■ 1 / 2 /o^ o ! K HS 

PHYSICIAN RAPS CUNANAN'S RECORD KEEP NG S | V,{V/ll I \ N Ifo 



HQNTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
- 12/31/8<. 



N S N e S 



1/14/135 



N S 




F 


L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


(. 


PG L 




BYL 


s ? 


l/l',/"'. 


r 


1 


N 


F30 


H ? 


l/17/>«. 


H 


1 


N 


iS2 


S 7 


i/n/fl'. 


H 




M 


tiO 


H ? 


1/18/94 


H 




S 


se2 


^ ? 


l/lB/n* 


I. 




N 


■-iu 


H 2 


1/19/84 


H 




N 


S«2 


S 2 


l/l»/e4 


< 




N 


F10 


H 2 


1/20/84 


8 




N 


S82 


<; 7 


1/20/84 


1 




N 


F30 


H 2 


1/21/84 


H 




N 


454 


S 2 


1/21/84 


A 




N 


F30 


H 7 


1/24/84 


H 




N 


W24 


S 7 


1/24/84 


K 




N 


COS 


H 7 


1/25/84 


4 




N 


•;82 


S 2 


1/25/84 


r 




K 


HO 


H 2 


1/26/B4 


A 




N 


S82 


S 2 


1/26/84 


(. 




N 


F30 


S 2 


7/14/84 


A 


15 


N 





H 2 3/15/84 A 20 
H 2 3/21/94 A 4 
H 2 9/28/84 A 4 



S 2 5/01/84 A 1 

S 2 5/17/84 A I 
H 2 5/18/84 8 1 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



1/06/84 
5/01/94 
5/17/64 
5/18/84 B 



10/25/84 A 14 



JURY VIEhS VIOEOTAPE IN DOC^Q^'S TRIAL 

N'IRSE DISPUTES ACCUSATI?ri OY JOHAN AJAINST OQCTOR 

BOLTuN says fOR"£« alFE ACCUS3D OTHERS OF ASSAULT 

PSYCHOLOGIST TESTIFIES FOR OX TOR 

CUNANAN: exam STANDARD ^,, , 

EMOTIONAL DOCTOe DENIES ASSAULTING HO'"AN PATIENT 

OOCTdP DESC»ISES PRESSURES 

•(ITNESS: »<S. BOLTON GIVFN SEVERAL DPUGS 

OELISERATIONS TO 8EGIN IN GARY DOCTOR'S TRIAL 

WONAN ASKS FOR 51 MILLION It \SSAULT SUIT 

DFLIoFRATIONS START MONDAY IN ASSAULT CASE 

JURY WEIGHING CASE AGAINST DOCTOR 

JURY IN 2N0 DAY OF DELIBERAIIJN 

CUNANAN JURY STILL DIVIDED 9-? 

CUNANAN JURY STILL DELIPERATING 

MISTRIAL ORDEOED IN DAMAGE SUIT AGAINST GARY PHYSICIAN 

CASE MAY BE hEAPO AGAIN 

SETTLEMENT IN CUNANAN SUIT REACHED 

80LT0N. OLA HOLMES IDECEASEDI 
09ITUARY 

BOMBEC<.^ERMA^^^^_^ •BEDROOM CRICKET- COLUMN OFFENSIVE 

80NAR, JOY 

MHY SECOND ABORTIONS? 

eONAVENTURA.^CEUA^^ GILL "AY BE RS ADY FOR OCEAN TESTS SOON 
AOUANAUTICS. DUKE FORM PARTNERSHIP 
AQUANAUTICS. OUKE ENTER PARTNERSHIP 

80NAVE'ITUKA, JOSEPH DR. 

•ARTIFICIAL GILL' HOLDS PROMISE ,^,t, , „, „ 

OUKc ARTIFICIAL GILL MAY BE READY FOR OCEAN TESTS SOON 

AOUANAUTICS. DUKt FORM PARTNE'SHIP 

AOUANAUTICS. DUKE ENTER PARTNERSHIP 

DUKE MARINE LAB BEGINS WORK ON ARTIFICIAL GILL 

""""'bonded defense ^""OASilD^CINO LEADS 7-1-1 CAVALIERS AND REJUVENATED DEFENSE H 2 11/15/84 I 

BONO. FRED G. IRALEIGHl 

STABILIZATION LEADER NOT UNDULY ALARMED 

EXPANDED FARM CREDIT URGED TO PROMOTED TOBACCO EXPORTS 

BONO. JOHN P. lOURHAM CO. mjnaGER) 

BONO NEW COUNTY MANAGER - REP-RT 

DURHAM TO BE SECOND COUNTY IN N.C. WITH BLACK MANAGER 

BOnD IS UNANIMOUSLY CHOSEN FO'. MANAGER 

BOND SAYS COUNTY SHOULD KEEP =xpaNSION ORDERLY 

COMMISSIONERS APPROVE NEW COU>' TY MANAGER 

N^W county manager to help COOPERATION? 

MANAGER HAS FINE RECORD 

BOND KNOWS POLITICAL PQPES 

COUNTY'^ THIRD MANAGER REPD°TS TO WORK DtC. 31 

NEW DURHAM MANAGER 3EGINS JOB MONDAY 

BOND MAKES EARLY APPEARANCE 

'jULIANBONO SAYS REAGAN TEARI>IG OOwN RIGHTS GAINS 
BOND CRITICIZES REGAN POLICIES 

BONOS. SAMUEL (FAYETTEVILLE) 

FAYETTEVILLE MAN JAILED IN SHOOTOUT 

BONOORANT, JO ANN IFRIENDSHIP CREDIT UNIONI „,„,,,,, ,-„„,c., 

CREDIT UNION OH ACT STATE CAMPUS IS CLOSED ANO ITS DEPOSITS FROZEN 

BONEY, LELA "URKELL lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

30NNER. MARK T, 

SKILLFUL WORK BY PSO 

BONNFTT, NFIL 

WALTRIP, BONNETT JOIN CARS 

BONMETT^S RELIEF MADE IMPRESSION 

aONNETT LOOKS FOR WIN 

WORLD 600: NO. 25 FOR wORLO 600. NO. 

BONNETT STILL IRATE AT RULING 

BONNETT^S WRIST NFEDS REST 

TWO-CAR GARAGE: THERE'S STILL PEACE. 

AFTER CLASH, NO BREAKS FOR BOMNEIT 

BOOKER. LANEY LUCILLE ATKINS IWINSTON-SaLEMI lOECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BOOKSER - FEISTER. JOHN F. • 

COUNTERING HATE GROUPS 

BOONE|^MaOREO^ ENJOYS SHARING HER GARDENING EXPERTISE WITH OTHERS 

BOONE. PAT (ENTERTAINER I ,„ ,^ 

CHANGES MADE IN HELMS-HUNT DEBATE 

BOONE. ROBERT ELLIS SR. 
OBITUARY 

BOONE. ROBERT LEE "JACK^^ 

EX-ECU COACH JACK BOONE DIES 

BOONE. RONNIE 

TEEN IS STABBED 
ASSAILANTS GRAB WALLET. 



200 FOR PETTY? 

THOUGH NOT YET SUCCESS... 



STAB YOUTH 



PRESERVING LIBRARY MATERIALS IS DEMANDING TASK AT OUKE 

BOONE. WALTER S. IVALDESEl 

N.C. BUSINESSMAN ADDRESSES EDITORS 

BOOTH. ETHEL MCOUIRE lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BOOTH, ROBERT H. -BOB^' 

survey: HOTEL WOULD BENEFIT CIVIC CENTER 

A NEST FOR THE CHAMBER 

ARTS COUNCIL SEEKS S85.00D 

NEW DURHAM FUND HITS 1800.000 MARK 

OLD COURTHOUSE SPARKS DEVELOP'^RS' INTEREST ,,...,,„- 

OUKE VENTURE CAPITAL MEETING LED TO DURHAM F I RM'S FINANCING 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A'S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 

BOOTH. RUBY 



H 


1 


2/16/54 


B 


1 


P G 




H 


2 


3/09/84 


L 


22 


N 




H 


7 


11/26/B4 


A 




P N 


B81 


S 


7 


1/26/84 


A 




') 


J56 


H 


7 


1/27/64 


A 




N 


HBl 


s 


7 


1/27/84 


A 




N 


J56 


s 


7 


11/27/84 


A 




N 


J56 


H 


7 


ll/2''/e4 


A 




c 




S 


7 


11/23/84 


A 








M 


7 


12/02/54 


A 




P F 


B81 


H 


? 


12/27/94 


B 








S 


7 


12/27/84 


L 




N 


J56 


S 


2 


12/31/84 


C 




N 





H 2 4/02/84 A 3 P N H24 
S 2 4/02/84 A 5 N 



H 2 11/22/94 A 27 N 
H 2 12/05/84 A 8 N 



H 2 9/16/94 B 



2 


3/03/84 


A 


4 




L 




7 


2/23/84 


D 




P 


N 


S91 


7 


5/13/64 


C 






N 


W60 


7 


5/26/84 


A 






N 




7 


5/27/84 


c 






U 


DM 


7 


5/27/84 


(, 




P 


N 


W6U 


7 


5/31/84 


c 






N 




7 


6/03/84 


r 








W6I) 


2 


10/14/84 


c 


11 




N 


W6U 



H 2 9/19/84 B 14 

H 2 2/16/94 A 4 L 

H 2 1/08/84 £ 9 P U G78 

H 2 9/05/84 A 8 N 

H 2 10/30/94 C 7 

H 2 2/08/84 B 4 N 



S 2 9/29/94 A 3 
H 2 9/30/84 B 3 



N 



H 2 3/11/84 3 P F 
S 2 5/16/84 A 6 F 
H 2 3/02/84 C 5 



H 2 4/16/84 B 1 N L41 

H 2 4/29/84 4 E 

H 2 6/01/84 B 1 N S82 

S 2 9/17/94 A 1 N C60 

S 2 9/26/84 A 1 N L3e 

H 2 9/30/84 B 7 o N L41 

H 2 12/29/84 A 1 N S5l 



-LX6<.0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/8'. 


INDEX BY N A 
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900TH, HESCOTE (CHAPEL HILLJ (OECE«SEtll 
OBITUARY 




H 


2 


U/08/8<, 


A 


20 











HUOTHEj GEDUGE THOMAS lOECEASEOJ 




H 


2 


U/23/B4 


C 


10 











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H 


1 


9/20/8<, 


B 


1 




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yp"Sn"i?uS??Fif foR'S7^?K^ ^!p^S^ I'ln^'" ^"*'^ 


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H 

S 


2 
2 


<./06/n<. 
<,/06/8<. 


B 
C 




P 
P 


N 
N 


L".l 
C60 




BOROWELL. MARION G. 

SWITCHED DRUGS BLAMED FOR DEATH 
ARREST SHOCKS NEIGHBORS 




H 
S 


2 
2 


7/12/8", 
7/13/8<. 


A 
A 


12 




N 
N 






^°^^"iss35£ri^^Sii:?^:T!:j^ 


HOME FOR CHRISTMAS 


H 
S 


2 
2 


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12/19/8<, 


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A 






N 
N 


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SENIOR STYLE 

BOUTON, JIM (PRO BASEaALLI 

WHY NOT SAIN? RENOWNED AS PITCHING EXPERT. HERE'S ONE VOTE... 

BOVARD. THEODORE FLEMING IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

BOWOEN, JA1ES 

WILMINGTON BUSINESSMAN HONORED 

ROWOEN, LENA MYERS IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

BOWE. JESS J. 

NCCU PROFESSOR AUTHORS TEXTBOOK 



BOWEN, CLARENCE F. REV. 
OBITUARY 



(AYOENI (DECEASED) 



TO CONTROL INSECTS 



aOWEN, EDWARD C. (REP. I 

CANDIDATE SEEKS NEW ELECTION 

BALLOT ERROR BRINGS CALL FOR ELECTION 

BOwEN WON'T APPEAL DENIAL FOR NEW VOTE 

BUWEN, ETHEL HAK.lER 

LCM FOLKS 'GREATEST' 

BQWEN, FRANCES £. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BOWEN, JOHN HOOOROW (ROUGEMONII 
OBITUARY 

BUWEN, LAURA (BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT! 

2 TODDLERS LEAVE HOSPITAL FOR HOME 

BOWEN, MARY F. DR. 

SCIENTISTS AT UNC TURN RACK 'CLOCKS' 

aOKEN, ROGFR 

SHE KNEW HE WAS MR. RIGHT FRO'< THE VERY FIRST MEETING 

BOWEN, WILEY (JUDGEI 

JUDGE RULES CRUMP FIRING WAS JUSTIFIED 
UNIFORM, MANDATORY SENTENCING NEEDED 

BOWENS, NANCY THOMPSON 

&2i!f^5„'^JVI^ '5 CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY SCHOOL 30ARD 

"(^^rTgR^'JIcJ^J^H^^^EN^'Eli '°' ""^'^ ''"°°' ^°"° 

'OK. YEAGER NOT A CAMPAIGN IS=UE' 

'INTIMIDATION' CITED AT FORUM" 

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES SLING BARBS 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS SPAULTING 

li^'oIorT^it liETlllKS^olH^l^^"'"''''' '°"'° "' EDUCATION... (AO, 

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SCHOOL SOASP HOPEFULS IDENTIFY CHALLENGES „,,,„, ^ | l/ns/nt i 1 1 " '^' "^ 

LET'S FCKM A PARTNERSHIP. ..ELfCT NANCY T. BOhENS . . . I AT I H | 5/OVSJ A 11 

?LECrNANCrBr-ENS°F0?°5S»°HAH COUNTY ,GARO OF EDUCATION lADI H I 5/07/". A U 

DURHAM COWHITTEE UNVEILS SU i NOJR SE'IENTS AT PALLY H 2 l'%y": 

CnM'<ITTEE INDICATES SUPPORT FIR CANDIDATES ,„.„„ I % \'/!l/ii. 

ELECTION RETURNS IN OMRHAM COJNTY: FOR COUNTY SCHOOL ROARO „„,,„. " | V/^Vill ? I w •jj<. 

S INCUMBENTS TO REMAIN ON SCHOOL ?OARO: LANPING TO REPLACE BROUGHTON... H 2 I'-^l'll 'f „ '' '^}.% 

LANDING SOLE CHALLENGER TO WIM SCHOOL SEAT S 2 l',°%ii^, ^ i o « 

MY DEEP ANO SINCERE APPREC I ATI ON . . . I N ANCY BOwENSI lAOl " 2 5/l2/8<> A 3 P A 

ROWERS. MARGARET M. "OIANA" , , /it/pi. a t »i KqO 

TOP 3 CITY OFFICIALS ARE BEING EVALUATEO S 2 J/{|^^J ' j ^ ^1° 

ELECTRONIC VOTING CAN BE EYE-3-Q-PEN Z IZ H 2 */l^/°J | ' '^ "' 

^c§8S!a^?yfs'UA25i??3^r"^^'^'™^ S ! ?h 

^.^i:^6^^rTliM^-f^E'3u??rREJECTED; PAY RAISES OK • " I ^/^O^^^ B I N S3l 

BOWLES. HARGROVE "SKIPPER" u ? s/]';/H<. A 10 N 

BOWLES GIVES KNOX ENU0R5EMENT » ' 5/15/8<. A 10 

BOWLING. CAUA LEIGH , , (,/Q6/B<. A 15 N 

BOWLING WINS U.S. AWARD ^ ' 6/Ut>/0<. « I :■ 

ROWLING. JAMFS R03FPT ^ , a/no/nz. a 1 N 

SAY. CQULO THAT BE MARIJUANA? THAT, PLUS '•(>'• " ^ a/O'/B'. A 1 N 

BOWLING. LOLA CHAPPELL CDECEASEOI , i/n,/,^ 8 2 

OBITUARY " ^ a/uj/a-. .: u 

BOWLING, MAOFLINE „,^„ , , j/n<,/B<, A 3 N 

aus DRIVER HIT; WOMAN CHARGED , | I ,/?t/a^ r i n F30 

SoTHEP MUST PAY COSTS IN ATTACK ON BUS DRIVER S 2 2/23/B<, CI N F30 

ROWLING. WILLIAM HENRY JR. „ , i,/n7/fi<. BIO N 

FALL FROM BRIDGE HOSPITALIZES MAN " 2 12/02/8<. B 10 

BOWMAN. ANGELA ICONOVE"! , , „ „,„ u ; M/7>,/<l<. A I N 

i3c'faR'ciL'ii\^ESf!^L''Sl'??iK^i/F^!R*i.Si''^™E OF WORST THINGS...- H I IVAVAt i A N 

""""'^foN^JS^'E^E'^ScWZRlSfp^ ESTABLISHED H 1 5/12/8. B I N 

^'^"'"siE»iFF*NFEOS TO BOOST DEPUTirs' SALARIES » ? <./13/e<. A 4 L 

""""JliRTiGA^E SEEKS OK FOR BUILOI.G PLANS 5 2 9/2'./8'. A 1 N CCO 

BOWMAN, r.UY MITCHELL IROCKINGHAMl <./05/a<i A 17 N 

OFFICIALS SAY TWO INMATES RECAPTURED " ' <,/05/8'. All 

°°'""f!;,??,i5v l°6"'5£OI „ J 3/13/8', B 6 

OBITUARY L, , 3/14/84 B 5 

OBITUARY " ' J/li/o., D 

BUWMAN, WILLIE , „ T q/nt,/R<. A 3 N 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH KNIFE ASSAULT " ^ q/Oi/O". A 3 

BOWRON, FDGAR PETERS _ c , 5/31/R<, A A L 

PAPER'S SUPPORT AIDS ART muSEJM 5 2 i/il/i". A » L 

cn,"^.: .Dn,,K.n ucoc- uTTu THF HIT.HFR FOUCATIQN SET H 2 q/Oi/B", A 3 U 



FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HIGHER EDUCATION SET 



ROYAN, CLARENCE IHIGH POINT! ,,,,,^, H 7 7/04/84 



N, CLAPtriLb tHIGM KUINII .^...^^^ 

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DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF ST^TE, JUDGESHIP RACES 



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90YCE, FLOYD 1HILLS60R0UGH1 , s/74/a4 A 4 L 

TESTING NEEDED TO ENSURE QUALITY TEACHERS " ^ 5/24/84 A 4 L 

ROYCE, WILLIAM H. OR. IBOWMAN GRAY MED I CAL CENTER I j/p-l/04 c 7 N 

KIDNEY OPERATION GIVES PATIENTS NEW LEASE ON LIFE S 2 2/21/84 L ' n 

^"'"^^fpivtrtSG TASTE buds: CLASS TAKES A ■ ROUNO-THE-WORLO LOOK AT FOOD S 2 4/13/84 A 6 P F J06 

BOYD, ARTHUR MARTIN JR. I MOUNT A I RY I ..^.^^ H 7 a/30/84 A 7 N 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS MAN'S Oi ATH SENTENCE " 2 3/30/04 A 

BOYO, BERNARD HENRY OR. „ , 10/07/84 4 E 

AN EXAMPLE OF EXCELLENCE " ^ lO/UI/04 u 4 c 

BOYO. CLAUDE U. Ill COL. , u 7 7/13/R4 A Q N 

NORFOLK DISTRICT ENGINEER RETIRING " ^ 7/13/"4 A v, r. 

ROYO. HAZEL • e 7 q/06/84 C 1 N C60 

OAY-CARE DEMAND JUMPS ^ ' l/'Jorot 

""""V^iVSlL^p'SE^NrPLANNEDNEAR :iTY W 3/0./84A 1 NK,0 

""""•Bh^g^COLLECTS ANOTHER MFOAL: . Th ,n 5 YEARS " | J/03/|4 B f ^ N C49 

MEDALIST BOYD AIMS FOR MATCH 'LAY SUCCESS 5 2 ""'BJ 1 P N P07 

ariYO SAVORS urst victory in iatch "lay " | iCS^^B? H I p 3 F25 

BOYD. FAVORITES SURVIVE 1ST MATCH PLAY ROUND 5 2 7/04/84 U I f N ^7 

'°''°\hircl li'iil'VHlVyi^O DEATH S 2 1/17/84 B 7 N 

^""^-DuS^piS^RSS^cIsS HELPS CUSTOMERS. OFFICIALS SAY S'| .0/17/84 A 1 N M^. 

JOURNAL LAUOS OUKF POWER CO. " ' lU/10/04 i. I u 

ROYO. NINA RUTH lOECEASEOI „ 2 3/20/84 A 12 

?0°iSc?LSS5°F'i?l?'ci2^!AINT ON PARKWAY LAND ACQUISITION r2t;fo;r4'c 1 nT^S 

?;a?r"NA£?f fS^HfprSr.lL^rlAFETY study fir- ^ 5/28/B4 C 1 N .90 

'T^gEfcbSauJ'MEM'BlSf Set A'S on chamber's new report card H ? 12/2^/84 A 1 N S51 

ROYO. PICKY EARL lOXFUROI I0ECEASE3 1 , ^^ u 7 R/77/R4 A 8 

TRACTOR-TRAILER WRECK IN CASwfLL KILLS DRIVER " 2 8/22/84 A u 

'O^'O' °''SSr^RS,, „.T,,„„ ,r.r= PC=.nMk,P, OFFiriAl H 2 iO/lO/84 A 10 



ScSoOL SfiOW FEATURES STATE PERSONNEL OFFICIAL " | !2;;i?^?t g 

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30VD. ROBERT PERRV (GREENSIORO) 
MAN KILLED WITH HAMMER 



BGYO. STERLING OR. 
MS. SCHUMANN, 



STERLING AT TEA 



(DECEASED) 



BQYEflt CHRIS 

ARBOR DAY IN DURHAM 

THEY WURK TOGETEHR TO BEAUTIFY DURHAM 

BQYER, ELLEN 

GOOD DEED APPREC lATEO 

BOYER, ELLEN LEES (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

""OYETTE, ALICE (HURDLE MILLS! 

LIVING OFF The LAND: ALICE BOYETTE FARMS FOR FAMILY'S DINNER 

ROYETTE, EUGENE (HATSGN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS) 
BID-RIGGING PLEA BRINGS SENTE'ICE 

BUYETTE. GEORGE H. LT. (KINSTONj 

KINSTON POLICE OFFICER IS CHAJ GEO WITH ASSAULT; HANDS IN RESIGNATION 

BOYETTE, SUE H. 
OBITUARY 

BOYKIN, ThEJOCRE 

NEWSMAN RECALLS SEEING LAST E<ECUTinN IN STATE 

BOYLE. JOHN F. DR. (AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION) 
bOYLE TO ADDRESS MEDICAL GROUP 

BOYLE. TERRENCE w. 

HELMS DENIES 'TIES* IN RECOMMENDATION 
JUDICIAL NOMINEE BACKED 
SENATE OKS JUDICIAL NOMINEE 
NEW FEDERAL JUDGE SWORN IN 

BOYLES. HARLAN 

BLOCK GRANT POOGRAM FOR SCHOOLS PRAISED 

aOYLES WON'T JOIN PARTY FUND RAISING 

BOYLES TALKS FISCAL SENSE 

lOP FINANCIAL OFFICIALS: N.C VEEDS BETTER BOOKKEEPING 

PROTECT STATE'S CREDIT RATING 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF ST^TE, JUDGESHIP RACES 

STATE EMPLOYEES TO BE OFFERED NEW RETIREMENT PLAN 

BOYLES. HARLAND (STATE TREASURER) 
BOYLES TO DISCUSS MONEY 

LARGE TEACHERS' PAY HIKE MAY THWART IMPROVEMENTS 
BOYLES GIVES PERSPECTIVE TO POLITICAL POSTURING 

BOZARD. FRED (BUTNER) 

aUTNER AND RALEIGH 'AEN BELIEVED TO HAVE DROWNED 
BODIES OF TWO DROWNED N.C. MEN FOUND IN LAKE 

30ZEMAN, M\«Y MILLIKEN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BRAATZ, DAVID A. ( HUNTERS V I LL E ) 
BREATHING A SIGH OF RELIEF 

BRADFORD. BETTY 

KUDOS TO JORUAN HIGH SENIOR 

BRADLEY, DUDLEY 

NBA SALARY CEILING BIG DETOUR IN VETS' 
BRADLEY FINOS NICHE WITH BULLETS 

BRADLEY, ETHEL (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY - . _ 

BRADLEY, GEORGE JR. (ATLANTA) 

CHARGES AGAINST BONO 'RUNNER' LEFT INTACT 
TESTIMONY ENDS IN TRIAL OF ATLANTA BOUNTY HUNTER 
BOUNTY HUNTER FOUND GUILTY OF LICENSE VIOLATION 
JURORS CONVICT BOUNTY HUNTER 

BRADLEY, JAMES L. 
OBITUARY 



FREE AGENCY ROUTE 



( DECEASED] 



BRADSHAW, BECKY 

THE U.'ilTtD JAY 

UNITED WAY PICKS OFFICIAL r 

UNITED WAY TOPS DURHAM GOAL 

BRADSHAW, EONA (HILLSBOROUGH) 
WOMAN CHARGED IN STABBING 

BRAOSHAW, LLOYD RUSSELL (ARLINGTON, VA.) 
OBITUARY 

BRADSHAW, TOM JR. (RALEIGH) 

MORE REGIONAL PLANNING SAID NEEDED FOR TRIANGLE 

BRADSHAW, WILLIE 

DURHAM, HILLSIDE TO STAY IN <,- A RANKS 

ELIGIBILITY OF ATHLETES IMPROVING: CITY SCHOOL BOARD GETS REPORT... 

ATHLETES' GRADES IMPROVE IN CITY 

BRADSHER. CURTIS W. (PERSON CO.) 

OCT, RUNOFF POSSIBLE IN PERSO'I COUNTS 

PERSON SCHEDULES RUNUFF IN CQ>1 M I S 5 lONFRS ' RACF 

SLACKS ELIMINATED IN PERSON RUNOFF 

BRAOSHER, O'ARCY W. (ROXBORO) 

EMERGENCY DECLARED AS ROXPORO DAM FAILS 
OFFICIALS AWAIT PLAN OK FOR R1X30P0 DAM REPPAIRS 
COMPANY WILL BUILD PLANT NEAR ROXBORO 

3RA0SHER, DENNIS ( H ILL SBOSOUGH ) (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BRADSHER. C4p|_ E, 

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■IRaOY, JAHES A. (BLUE CROSS C BLUE SHIELDI 
NEW LAW MAY INCBEASE INSURANCE COSTS 

1RA0Y, JOAN CAROL lOECEASEni 

SUSPECT IS CHARGED IN SECOND KILLING 

SRAOV, KEN (ALCOHOL. TOBSCCO C FIR=A5HS AGENCYI 
AGENTS ROUNDING UP GUNS 

BRAGG. FBE"0« 
UniTUARY 
OBITUARY 

BRAGG. HEL^N CHAPMAN (OECEASEDI 
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^""■'^AUTHOR'TRUrfo' BREAK TRADITION IN PORTRAYAL OF BLACK CHARACTERS 

BRAITHHAITE. FREDERICK 

TV NEWS SKIMPY IN COVERAGE OF SENATE RACE 

= '*"'fSRiSE?-FigS'^i^''?EJsgr';^ Eiirk^E3'T0 I3C EMPLOYEES ANO 35 TRUCKS 

BRAME. JAMES BALLARD JR. „,,., 

NEXT PRAME GENERATION TAKES COMPANY'S REINS 
BRAME NAMED PRESIDENT OF CUMPJMY 

PRAME, R. L. IBRAME SPECIALTY CO. I , ., 

NEXT BRAME GENERATION TAKES COMPANY'S REINS 

BRAME. ROBERT HAL 

BRAME HITHURAHS PLEAS: FORCES TRIAL 

BRAME. RUDOLPH (OECEASEDI 
GBI TUARY 

BRAMF, WILLIAM F. (KlfJSTON) 

WRITER MISNAMES DUKE ORGAN 

ERRING ORGAN WRITER ASKS FOR =ORGIVENESS 

HIGHWAY SAFETY DEPENDS ON ALL DRIVERS. NOT JUST ELDERLY 

BRAMLETT, ASA EARL (WILMINGTONI 

COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL FOP COMOEMNEO man 

BRANCH. ADRIAN 

T = RPS' BRANCH. RIVERS SUSPENDED 

BRANCH GETS GRE^N LIGHT TO SUIT U" AGAINST DUKE 
ONCE "ORE. LEFTY'S ZE»L RESULTS IN TERRS' TURNOVER 
IF YOU ASK ME... 

BRANCH, DALLAS 

'STRAYING' GETS MAN SENTENCE 

BRANCH, OEHITT WILLIA.M REV. (WARSAW] (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BRANCH. DOUGLAS (C4RYJ 

6 N.C. EMPLOYEES HONORED 

BRANCH. JOSEPH 

N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE MAY STEP DOWN SOON 

CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS RETIREMENT UN06CID'=D 

STATE CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS HE WON'T TAKE EARLY RETIREMENT 

JUSTICE BRANCH RIGHT TO STAY ON 

'*'" OIJRHAm''wOMAN, J4. 15 DONOR IN FIRST LIVER TRANSPLANT PERFORMED AT DUKE 
LIVER RECIPIENT IS IMPROVING 
RECIPIENT OF LIVER IS STABLE 
PATIENT IxpUQVING 
LIVFR PATIENT BFTTER 
TRANSPLANT PATIENT DOING FINE 
LIVER RECIPIENT CONTINUES TO SAIN 
LIVER TRANSPLANT PATIENT SITS IN CHAIR 
TRANSPLANT PATIENT OUT OF INTJNSIVE CARE 
LIVER RECIPIENT IN STABLE CONDITION 
RECIPIENT OF LIVER IN STAPLE CONuITION 
LIVER TRANSPLANT PATIENT IN SATISFACTORY CONDITION 
HOSPITAL SAYS LIVER RECIPIENT IS 'SATISFACTORY' 
REJECTION LESS LIKELY FOR L I V? R TRANSPLANTS THAN OTHERS 
RECIPIENT OF NEW LIVER GOES HOME 
LIVER RECIPIENT LEAVES HOSPITAL 
LIVER PATIENT RETURNING TO DU< E TODAY 
LIVER RECIPIENT BACK AT OUKE = OR "ORE TESTS 

BRANCH. MAMIE LAWSON (ILL. I (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BRANCH. -APIE PAGE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BRANCH. RUTH (RALEIGHI (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BRANOES. MELRA S. (CHA"EL HILLI 

EDITORIAL MESSAGE: LET THE READER BEWARE 

(OECEASEDI 

BRANDON, LORETTA „,„,.,^ 

DURHAM MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR SEX OFFENSE 

BRANDON. STEVE (FOOTBALL PLAYER I 

SOUTHERN. BRANDON ROLL OVER T^CJANS 
MONTY DAVIS GOES OUT WITH A BOOM 

BRANFORO. CHARLES (N.C. UTILITIES lOMMISSIONl 

HOUSE VDTES 94-0 FOR EDUCATION REFORM PACKAGE 

BRANNON. ANTHONY 

MARTIN. BRANNON SEEK JUCGESHPS , , ,„ „, 

BRANNON SEEKS re-flection; MARTIN FILES FOR APPEALS COURT 

JUDGE APPLAUDED FOR STIFF DWI SENTENCE 

BRANNON. BECTON UNOPPOSED 

DAY IN COURT GETS HIM NIGHT II COOLER 

HE'LL FIGHT ON AFTER NIGHT IN JAIL 

GRAND jury: CHILD-ABUSE REPORTS TOO SLOW 

WELFARE 0!R'=CTOR OEFENOS EMPLOYEES 

JUDGE: HEARSAY EVIDENCE ALLOWED IN ABUSE CASES 



PG L P BYL 



H 2 l/ll/B". C 8 p 

H 2 8/0T/8<. B 1 N 530 

H Z lD/2n/8<. B 1 N 

H 2 IZ/lZ/ei. B 1 N S5l 



2 l0/29/»<. a 
2 10/30/8* C 



H 2 T/06/84 B 5 

H 2 12/D<)/8<. B 13 N 

H 2 9/27/8". A 4 L 

H 2 6/17/8<. B 6 P F L".! 



H 2 11/25/84 B 9 P N 
S 2 U/26/8'. A 17 N 



H 2 U/25/8<. B 9 P N 

H 2 3/08/84 BIN S82 

H 2 3/26/84 B 7 



S 2 
S 2 



3/20/84 
3/23/84 



H 2 7/18/84 A 4 L 
H 2 11/08/84 A 15 N 



M 2 1/31/84 B 2 P N 

H 2 2/11/84 B 2 N 071 

H 2 2/15/34 B 2 U 071 

H 2 12/09/84 C 4 U 071 



H 2 3/28/84 A 8 
H 2 4/01/84 B 2 
S 2 6/20/84 A 14 



ll/2?/n4 
11/23/84 
12/01/°4 
12/08/84 



11/14/84 
1 1/14/34 
11/15/84 
11/15/84 
11/16/84 
11/17/84 
11/17/84 
U/13/84 
11/20/84 
11/21/84 
11/22/84 
11/26/84 
11/27/84 
U/29/84 
12/05/84 
12/06/84 
12/07/84 
12/08/84 



N 830 
N J56 
N 830 



N B30 
N 



N J56 
N 



H 2 7/01/84 B 2 

H 2 11/20/84 C 4 

H 2 7/07/84 B 6 

H 2 3/12/84 A 4 L 

H 2 6/06/84 8 8 

H 2 9/14/84 A 7 N 



H 2 U/03/34 B 3 P N B66 
5 2 ll/in/84 A 8 P N B90 



2 


6/22/84 


A 6 


N 






1/20/84 


A 


p 


N 


COS 




1/21/84 


11 




N 






2/02/»4 


A 




I 






5/04/84 


( 




N 


HOb 




5/11/84 


A 




N 


su/ 




5/12/84 


A 




N 


582 




6/15/84 


H 


p 


N 






6/26/84 


B 




N 


881 




8/04/84 


A 


I P 


N 





HQNTHLY/ANiJUAL INDEX 

l/Ol/a'. - l2/31/8<. 



BPaNNON: VANN'S FATF TOO HAOS-<? 

«A«TIN. SRAN.NOU RUNNING UNCONTESIFO 

BRANNON'i RULINO MAKES SENS? IN 5EX-ABUSE CASFS 

BRANSON, BILL 

'SHOOT- YOUR VALUABLES FOR A »HOTO INVENTORY 

BRANSON, JACK MR. AND MRS. 

SALUTE TO FIRE VOLUNTEERS 

BRANTLEY, BETH (ORANGE CO. I 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMEN TO HELP BJILD SCHOOL FOR POOR IN HAITI 

BRANTLFY, HELEN OR. (CHAPEL HILL PSYCHOLOGIST! 

DEPRESSION IN CHILDREN S I M I L Ai? TO THAT IN ADULTS 

BRANTLEY, JEROME (WENOFLL! 

TWO MEN KILLED IN WRECKS 

PRANTLEY, JOHN 

AIRPORT ENJOYS RECORD YEAR OF ACTIVITY; MORE IS EXPECTED 

MILLION-PASSENGER MARK OFFICIAL AT ROU 

AIRPORT RETAINS DURHAM LAWYERS 

RDU INCOME INCREASE TO PAY EOT PROJECTS 

AIRPORT BUSINESS BRISK 

LACK OF SPACE LIMITING NEJ CARRIERS AT RDU 

AIRLINES" NEEDS EXCEED ROU PLANS 

ROU COULD BE MONITOR OF BUSINESS GROWTH 

NEW RDU RUNWAY STILL AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 

RAINS HAMPER RDU 1UNWAY WORK 

RDU BIOS SHORT AGAIN 

AIRPORT TO PAR LANDINGS BY ULTRALIGHT CPAFT 

RDU PARKING LOTS AT CAPACITY 

RADIO TO DIRECT ROU PARKING 

RPU OFFICIALS TO START CLEANU" 

AIRPORT OPERATIONS RETURN TO -JORMAN 

RDU AIRPORT MAY GET POST OFFICE 

TERMINAL NEEDEO - STUDY 

ROU C1ULD HAVE NEW TERMINAL BY MI0-19B7 

EXPANSION AT RDU EXPECTED TO CONTINUE 

WITH NEW SERVICE, EXPANSION RDU'LL FLY HIGH. OFFICIAL THINKS 

BRANTLEY, TERRY MILES (WAKE FOREST! 

TWO CHARGED IN FRANKLIN LOUNGF FIRE 

BRASHER, LOUISE AND LARRY 

AFTER TERMITE TREATMENT CAME DIZilNESS 
ART AND MUSIC MEAN HISTORY AT DUKE 

BRASWELL, BILLY RUDOLPH IPITT CU.l 

MAN sues HIS FATEHR, SHERIFF IN MOTHER'S DEATH 

BRASWELL, LILLIE MIE STANCIL (PITT CO.! 

MAN SUES HIS FATEHR, SHERIFF IN MOTHER'S DEATH 

BRASWELL, MAURICF (JUDGE! 

BRASWELL TO LEAVE COURT OF APPEALS 



PACE 3 3 
1/14/85 



BRASWELL, VICTOR B. 
OBITUARY 



(DECEASED! 



BRASWELL. VIVIAN B. (ROCKY MOUNT! (OFCFASED! 
MAN FILES SUIT OVER ARTHRITIS DRUG 

BRASWELL. WESLEY ( THOMASVILLE I 

MAN SAYS HE HAD TO USE KNIFE TO PROTECT FAMILY 

BRATCHER, POBERT JR. 

BRATCHER HEADS WHEAT. FIRST SECURITIES IN DURHAM 

6RAUN. MICHAEL ROBERT 

POLICE SAY UNPAID $47.25 HOTEL BILL LED TO ARREST IN 54(10,000 GEMS CASE 
BRAWLEY, ED 

folks arouno here: the way things are 
braxton, katherine dollar ( hill sbor uugh i (deceased! 

braxton, richard emzira (snow camp! 

two alamance county men convicted 

^uSSeS'senJ^JIc^^JIlU'e^a^e^' '" ''''' '^ ''''' ""^"-'= 
alamance jury sentences han to die for beating death of retired farmer 
braxton, roafrt b. imiddleburgi 

middleaurg man sentenced for slaying 

braxton, r03ert lee (henderson! 
autopsy reveals man shot 

brothers charged in slaying * 

murder charge against vance man dismissed 

bray, charles e. ""ill" and roma (<ill dfvil hills! 

TWO BELIEVED HEAD IN FRANKLIN CRASH ""-'-^' 
of,'Sr"TE?„''!i'S„S°'-"^E CHIEF'S BODY AMID PLANE WRECKAGE 
PILOT TOLD AIRPORT TOWER ' I ' V= LOST IT' BEFORE CRASH 
l.OCO ATTEND SERVICE FOR POLICE CHIEF, WIFE 

BRAY. JANNA (LUMBEOTON! 

SIX-YEAR-OLD NOT BITTER ABOUT CANCER 

BRAY, JEFFREY K. 

DURHAM MAN HELPS DISPOSE OF BTMBS 

BRAZELTQN. T. BERRY nR. 

DOCTOR: BABY'^ COOING MAY BE COMMUNICATION 
BABIES TUITE ADEPT AT SOLICITING PARENTS' LOVE 

BRAZTON, ROBERT LEE (MIDOLEBURG! 

HANOICAPPEU MAN DIES IN HOUSE FIRE 

BRECKENR IDGE, JEAN 

SENIOR CENTERS PROVIDE A VARIETY OF SERVICES 

BREDDER, ROY S. (WASHINGTON, D.C.! 
DUKE FUND RAISES 13.8 MILLION 

BREEDEN, DORA (SCOTLAND CO.! (DECEASED! 

ISS 5JSSS,°''^'''<5 SHOT BEFORE GROCERY SET ON FIRE 
TWO PEOPLE SHOT AND STORE SET AFIRE 

'"'^^^^J, J.'-,!JJ,??°°'^5 (HILLSBOROUGH!! DECEASED) 

UB ( I UAR I ES 
OBITUARY 

BREEZE, CASEY SIONFY (HILLSBOROUGH! (DECEASED! 



S 
E 
C PC 



H J lC/2'i/84 A 
S 2 U/01/94 C 
S 2 ll/2<./B4 A 



1 N S62 
1 N A47 
4 E 



H 2 7/20/84 B 2 T F HOI 



H 2 2/13/84 A 



S 2 4/23/84 A 1 P F C05 



S 2 ll/l=)/04 C 



H I 2/03/84 



S 


2 


1/07/84 


A 


3 N 


r6n 


H 


7 


1/04/84 


r 


I N 




H 


7 


3/07/84 


B 


I N 




S 


7 


3/20/84 


( 


1 N 


rho 


s 


7 


5/I«>/84 


A 


I N 


r6n 




7 


6/06/84 


( 


1 N 


CoO 


s 


2 


7/18/84 


A 


1 N 


r60 


s 


7 


7/25/P4 


r 


I N 


r6n 


^ 


7 


8/07/84 


r 


1 N 


C60 


H 


I 


8/08/84 


B 


1 N 


H6n 


s 


7 


9/04/34 


( 


1 N 


rsn 


H 


7 


10/03/84 


( 


1 N 


B81 


s 


2 


10/17/84 


c 


1 N 


r6n 


s 


7 


10/24/S4 


< 


1 N 


r60 


s 


2 


11/26/84 


A 


1 P N 


r6n 


H 


7 


11/27/84 


C 


I N 




H 


7 


12/05/84 


All N 


Bfll 


H 


7 


12/12/84 


A 


I N 


046 


s 


7 


12/12/84 


A 


I N 


rho 


s 


7 


12/26/84 


A 


1 N 


r60 


H 


2 


12/31/84 


A 


1 P G 


at 



H 1 3/28/84 B 



H 2 5/13/84 B 1 N B30 
H 2 10/12/04 7 o F 090 



H 2 9/04/84 A 18 



N 



H 2 9/04/84 A 18 N 

H 2 12/05/84 A 8 N 

H 2 4/23/84 8 5 

S 2 3/07/84 A 9 N 

H 2 9/27/84 A 15 N 

S 2 7/23/64 C 3 P N 

M 2 12/15/84 A 10 N 

H 2 4/18/B4 S 1 U 

H 2 1/05/84 A 12 



H I 5/25/84 B 1 N 

H 2 5/2 7/64 B 12 N 

H 7 6/06/84 A 13 M 

H 1 6/09/84 C I N 



H 2 5/16/84 A 



H 2 2/05/84 P 13 
H 2 2/ID/94 3 1 
H 2 2/15/84 B I 



H 2 12/07/8<. A \ P N 

S 7 12/07/84 A I N 

H 2 12/08/84 B 3 P N 

H 2 12/12/84 3 8 



S 2 12/10/84 A 6 P N 
S 2 6/13/84 C 16 ■> P 



S 2 1/19/84 C 1 N J56 
H 2 2/05/84 B 3 F B30 



H 1 2/03/84 a 1 N 
H 2 4/05/84 A 4 L 
S 2 9/12/S4 C I ,N 



S 2 11/20/84 9 7 
H 2 11/21/84 A 10 



H 2 9/25/84 B 7 
H 2 '9/28/84 C 7 a 



I N E X 



N » M E 5 



MSN CHcCKIMG WRECK ST-UCK, KIULEO 3' ""3°^.= 
HILLSBOROUliH MAN DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY CAR 



l/l'./85 



S I T 

E L y 

C PG L P evL 



H 2 lO/CK./'i'. A 20 
S 2 10/0<./«<. C 10 
H 2 lO/Oft/S". B 6 



BRFITSCHWE'DT. E3WAR0 E. 0". 

AREA nOGS' TICK FEVER NOT RAR= 

'"'"SEi^rTiu'sEifenLl'-A^LSEKTl SS^" To^FT l'R"?^hiG PATIENTS FROM STUDIES 

BRENDLE. JAMES HAROLD lELMNl lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

•BRENDLE, ^HARBEN^j^^^ BUT HE FINALLY HON HE" OVER 

""'""S^jTrN^I'loMirT^N'RE.Ey TIFF OV ER ORUG ENFORCE MENT 
MARTIN DISAVOWS PRESS RELEASE CRITICIZING EOMISTEN 
DID ELECTIONS HURT DAY CARE REFORM? 

nOEBPTDNa TOM 

""""'fBI AGENT IDENTIFIES PHOTOS F?OM KLAN-NAZI CARAVAN 

BREwFR. CHARLES =. (LENOIRI „„^„, 

ATTORNEY TO PRESS VOTE-BUYING PROBE 

BHEwFR. CHARLIE (N.C. STATE UNIV.) 

•TURKEY BRAIN- DEBATE DRAWS MIXED REACTION 

BREWER. COY I SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE I 

JUDGE'S RULING SAID BASED ON MISPRINT 

""^"^SREWER w?Ns''dESPITE ordeal; HILLANOALE gets new IRRIGATION 

""^'^^SaTERMELON SALESMAN ROBBED AT GUNPOINT 

BREWER. TIM 

NASCAR SUSPENDS BREWER ..,.„- 

BREWER GETS FINE. SUSPENDED SENTENCE 

BREWER. TOMMY WAYNE „^, .., 

PANTYHOSE THEFTS LEAD TO ARRESTS 

"'''"?SJ^c'EN?''i:^3^yflES CASE GETS .AN lO-YEAR SENTENCE 
BKEWINGTON.^VERDREN^MR.^ANO^MRS.^^ PANEL 

'""""IausIgeI NOT ROSES MARKS ACTRESS" DEBUT 

brice. timothy michael ichapfl hilli 
break-in charge filed 
man turns in self on break-in 
man charged with break-in 

briogers, leo , , ^, ,.. 

folks around here: with the wee set 

'""°''nine''pupils escape injury as school bus overturns 

bridges. charles jr. 

bus overturns: 1 hurt 

bridges. eartha c. ,^„ 

vocational courses should be encouraged 

bridges. pamela w. (caryi 

jaycees honor wake teacher 

'""^P^^L-ICF'^iY'pRAS^jST'fe'ilAlHS PROOUCES LITTLE INFORMATION 
wIkE OEPUt'iEs"iLL question TEXAS INMATE ABOUT SLASHINGS 



H 2 7/25/84 A I N 830 

H 2 9/29/3<. B 1 P F W24 

H 2 './05/8'. A 12 

H 2 7/29/8'. E 2 P F H45 



H 2 e/3C/B<. C 11 N 

S 2 8/30/<><. A 16 N 

S 2 U/2<>/8<. A 3 J 



S 2 l/aT/Bi. A 2 N 

H ? 7/21/S<. A 3 N 

S 2 11/22/84 CI N J56 

H 2 12/20/9<. A 15 N 

H 2 5/06/8<. B 7 N ^.9 

H 2 8/27/8<. B 6 N 

S 2 4/24/B4 D 2 N 

S 2 5/01/8<. B 2 N 

H 2 5/a2/8<. C 12 N 

H 2 10/30/8<. A T N 

H 2 9/l4/P<. A 7 N CI 

S 2 11/17/84 A 3 N L38 



S 2 2/22/84 C 1 N 
H 3 2/23/94 B 1 N 

S 2 2/23/B4 A 3 N 



H 2 6/12/84 B 1 n U 

H 2 1/04/84 A 1 P N 

S 2 1/03/84 A 1 P N S76 

H 2 3/15/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/28/84 A 11 N 



S 2 1/03/P4 B 9 
H 2 1/03/84 B 1 
H 1 2/04/94 B 1 



^*"°''lONG-0°STANCE COURTSHIP LEADS STRAIGHT TO ALTAR 

bridges, william terry (kings mt.i loeceasedl 
han who sought jail dies there 

bridges. winfreo loxfordi „, ,„ ' 

two prison inmates charged in break-in 

^'"^''health''sciences historian to speak on Wednesday 

HEALTH SCIENCES HISTORIAN TO SPEAK ON WEDNESDAY 

BRIGGAMAN, HELEN SCOTT (CHAPEL HIL. I IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BRIGGS. ED LEE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUAKY 

BRIGGS. RANDY THOMAS (ROXBOROI 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH MANSLAUG1TER 

BRIGHT, ALICE HOLLOWAY IN.Y.l lOECEASEDl 
OBI TUARY 

BRIGHT, FRANK IRFTIREO CEPT. OF CO'RECTIONl 
HUNT SUPPORTERS ARE NAMED 

BRIGHT. GORDON "BUMKUM" (OECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

'""'^"jREEAseORC)'"M'SN°CHARGEO WITH A' MED ROBBERY OF DURHAM STORE 
GREENSBORO MAN FACES ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES 

BRIGHT. PHIL 

TIME TO GAIN AN HOUR AGAIN 

BRIGHT. ROSA (CHAPEL HILI 
OBITUARY 

BRIGHTON. KENNETH WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 



H 2 7/01/84 E 2 P F J40 
H 2 9/27/84 B 6 N 
H 2 5/31/84 A 6 N 



S 2 3/17/84 B 
S 2 3/12/84 B 



H 2 11/03/84 A 14 

H 2 6/24/84 B 2 

H 1 12/29/94 8 1 N 

H 2 6/29/84 A 14 

S 2 3/07/84 C 1 N 

H 2 1/19/84 A 14 



H 2 9/23/84 B 9 N 
S 2 9/24/84 C 2 N 



S 2 10/27/94 A 1 F L38 
H 2 3/14/94 6 5 
H 2 3/06/94 B 3 



MONTHtr/A 



INDEX 
12/3l/9<. 



PRILfy. JAMES OAVin (PRISON ^SCAPE^I 

SEARCH CONTINUES IM N.C. FOR "> ESCAPED MURDERERS 

PROFILES OF SIX ESCAPEES 

ESCAPED KILLEP MAY HAVE ABDUCTED DURHAM MAN 

FUGITIVES REMAIN AT LARGE 

BROTHERS' SPREE LEFT U KILLE:) 

FLEEING KILLER IS SUSPECTED IN KIDNAPPING 

POLICE REPORTED CLOSING IN ON I PRISON ESCAPEES 

MANHUNT SWARMS AROUND TINY PASCHALL 

POLICE SEARCH OXFORD FOR FUGITIVE MURDERERS 

HUNT CONTINUES FOR TJO ESCAPEES 

eoiLEY BROTHERS' WHEREABOUTS -J OW A PIGGER QUESTION MARK 

FUGITIVE BRILEY BROTHERS WORRY RICHMOND 

PEACEFUL PASCHALL AGAIN 'DUIET AS A GNAT' 

CLUES GIVEN ON >)RILEY BROTHERS 

I SAILORS HFLD, THEN RELEASED IN PRILEY SEARCH 

CANADIAN POLICE SEEK BRILEY 

MANHUNT FOCUS SHIFTS TO CANADIAN BORDER 

BRILEY BROTHERS ARE STILL AT LARGE 

TUGGLE: ESCAPE PLAN 'WORKED G30D' 

ROBBERY PROMPTS SEARCH FOP ESCAPEES 

SEARCH FOR KILLERS CONTINUES 

aUEBEC POLICE CONTINUE SEARCH FOR 2 FUGITIVES 

SEARCH FOR BRILEYS NARROWED 

NOT 'MOST WANTED' 

HUNT FOR BRILFY5 FIZZLING OUT IN VT. 

OFFICIALS CALL OFF MANHUNT FOR 'IRILEYS 

1 VIRGINIA ESCAPEES CAPTURED 

BRIL6YS BEING HELD IN PHILADELPHIA JAIL ON tin MILLION BAIL 

PROSECUTORS IN VA. RELIEVED SRILEYS CAPTURED 

SONG WRITTEN ABOUT BRILEYS 

TWO BRILEYS TO GO BACK TO VIRGINIA 

SEARCH OF PHONE RECORDS LED TT FUGITIVES 

<* DEATH ROW ESCAPEES WENT THROUGH TOLL BOOTH IN RICHMOND 

VIRGINIA ESCAPEES COST NORTH CAROLINA SKO.OOO 

INMATE'S DIARY: VA . PRISON TIPPED ON ESCAPE 

BRILEY, LINWPOD Earl IPRISON ESCAPEEI 

SEARCH CONTINUES IN N.C. FOR 6 ESCAPED MURDERERS 

TWO ESCAPEES CAUGHT 

PROFILES OF SIX ESCAPEES 

ESCAPED KILLER may HAVE ABDUCTED DURHAM MAN 

FUGITIVES REMAIN AT LARGE 

BROTHERS' SPREE LEFT U KILLED 

FLEEING KILLER IS SUSPECTED IN KIDNAPPING 

POLICE SEARCH OXFORD FOR FUGITIVE MURDERERS 

ARSON IS INVESTIGATED IN MOBILE HOME LOT FIRE 

HUNT CONTINUES FOP TWO ESCAPEES 

BRILEY BROTHERS" WHEREABOUTS VOW A BI'CGER QUESTION HARK 

FUGITIVF BRILEY BROTHERS WORRY RICHMOND 

PEACEFUL PASCHALL AGAIN 'QUIET AS A GNAT' 

CLUES GIVEN ON BRILEY BROTHERS 

2 SAILORS HELD, THEN RELEASED IN BRILEY SEARCH 
CANADIAN POLICE SEEK BRILEY 

MANHUNT FOCUS SHIFTS TO CANADIAN BORDER 

BRILEY BROTHERS A^E STILL AT LARGE 

TUGGLE: ESCAPE PLAN 'WORKED G"100' 

RODBtPY PROMPTS SEARCH FOR ESCAPEES 

SEARCH FOR KILLERS CONTINUES 

QUEBEC POLICE CONTINUE SEARCH FOR 2 FUGITIVES 

SEARCH FOR BRILEYS NARROWED 

NOT 'MOST WANTED' 

HUNT FOP BRILEYS FIZZLING OUT IN VT. 

OFFICIALS CALL OFF MANHUNT FOR BRILEYS 

2 VIRGINIA ESCAPEES CAPTURED 

BRILEYS BEING HELD IN PHILADE.PHIA JAIL ON tlO MILLION BAIL 

PROSECUTORS IN VA. RELIEVED B'lLEYS CAPTURED 

SONG WRITTEN ABOUT BRILEYS 

TWO BPILEYS TO GO BACK TO VIRGINIA 

SEARCH OF PHONE RECORDS LEO n FUGITIVES 

<> DEATH ROW ESCAPEES WENT THROUGH TOLL BOOTH IN RICHMOND 

VIRGINIA ESCAPEES COST NORTH CAROLINA tUO.OOO 

COURT DENIES STAY FOR LINWOOO BRILEY, CONVICTED KILLER 

BRILEY PAPTIZED WITH EXEUCTIO-) DRAWING NEAR 

BRILEY SEEKS RULING IN murofr CASE 

STAY MAY DELAY BRILEY'S EXECUTION 

STAY BLOCKS EXECUTION OF LINWOOO BRILEY IN VA. 

BRILEY DECISION UNLIKELY 

BRILEY'S CONVICTION UPHELD 

LINWUOO BRILEY'S SENTENCE IS JPHELO 

BRILEY ASKS VA. COURT TO RECONSIDER CASE 

INMATE'S DIARY: VA. PRISON TIPPEO ON ESCAPE 

BPILEY APPEAL REJECTED 

BRILEY LOSES APPEALS, EXECUTION SET FRIDAY 

BRILEY LAWYERS AGAIN APPEAL T? HIGH COURT 

COURT AGAIN REFUSES TO HALT B'lLEY EXECUTION 

MURDERER, ESCAPEE LINWOOD BRILEY EXECUTfd 

DESPITE RECORD, BPILfcY MAINTAINED INNOCENCE 

DESCRIPTIONS OF BRILEY VARY , 

BRIM, JAMES 

BRIM GIVES WAKE FOREST BIG-PLAY POTENTIAL 

BRINKLEY, DAISY CJOLEY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BRINKLEY, LEHMAN M. 

GUARD PROMOTES CREEOMOOR HAN 

BRINKLEY, TERRY LEE 

PISTOL DIDN'T FIRE, 



BUT MAN IS CHARGED 



BRINKLEY, WILLIAM C. JR. 

FIRM IS INDICTED IN ELIZABETH CITY BIO-RIGGING CASE 
COURT CONVICTS MAN, COMPANY OF BID-RIGGING 

BRINKMEYFR, CHRISTINE M. 

CITY SCHOOLS DESERVE CLOSE L01K TONIGHT 

BRINN, LEWIS MARTIN ( HI LL SBQROUGH I (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BRINN, LOUISE NEWBERG (EFLANPl (DECEASFDl 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BRIONES, ALAN 

FORMER OFFICER SOUGHT IN EX-WIFE'S SHOOTING 
EX-POLICE OFFICER SOUGHT IN SLAYING IS FOUND DEAD 

BRIONES, CLAUDIA ANN I W AK E 1 (DECFASEDI 

FORMER OFFICER SOUGHT IN EX-WIFE'S SHOOTING 

RRISCOE, JOE (CHAPEL HILLI 

CHAPEL HILL COUPLE START THE I^! NEW LIFE 



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^^'^^llUl^f^tl.'AT^Vl'M APTE« CHARGE OP MU«DE» PREO 

BRITEi POPPV 2. ,, ^.„ 

TIRADE BY PLORIOA JUOGE UHFiP 

BRITT, BETSY BRiCY ICMAPEL HILL) 

OISXISSAL DENIED IN 4"WAY SUIT „,,^, 
JUDGE WCN'T OIS'^ISS SUIT AGAHST HaITT 
JUDGE REfUSES TO APPOINT RECEIVER IN PROPERTY DISPUTE 

BRITT. BILLY B. (CHAPEL HILLl 

OIS:<ISSAL DENIED IN A'-WAY SUIT „„,,, 
JUDGE WON'T DISMISS SUIT AGAINST BRITT 
JUDGE REFUSES TO APPOINT RECEIVER IN PROPERTY DISPUTE 

^"'^^luoiT'jEVEALS QUESTIONABLE USi OF AFL-CIQ CREDIT FUNDS 

BRITT, F. L. 

6 N.C. EMPLOYEES HONORED 

'""^PROsIcuTOR-'lAH used to THHART EXECUTIONS 

BRITT, RC3IN 

BRITT TO SEEH SFCONO TERM , , „ „^„„„,.,. 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

DFATH SOUAD KILLINGS DQWN. SAYS REP. BRITT 

MS. FFRRARO'S CAMPAIGN HELP SOUGHT 

PROBE IS SdUGMT OF CONTRIDUTHNS BY -ILSON FAMILY 

BRITT SAYS HUMAN RIGHTS IMPROVING IN FL SALVADOR 

ANTI-CLFM6NCY PROTESTERS "EET HUNT IN ST. PSULS 

BRITT AND C1BLE DRAW ATTENTION IN 6TH DISTRICT 

5 CONGRESSMEN «IN RE-ELECTION IS N.C. CONTESTS ^.„.„ ,,.„ ,. .,^ 

CnSEY LEADS ANDREWS IN EARLY ^ETJRNS; CC6LE TAKES EARLY LFAD IN 6TH... 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN RTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

BRITT, SYBIL RUTH ICHAPEL HILLl 
SEND HUNT TO SENATE 
•MONOALE IS TRUEST - BLUE' 

BRCAOOUS, G. S. 

DON'T IGNORE KENTUCKY 

'"'°"To3N'cOUNc[L''nK; HALF-CENT SALES TAX HIKE 

BROAOFOOI ASKS IF CABLE FIRM IS LIVING UP TO AGREEMENT 

broaofoot wants cable study 
eastwood sketch appruveo 

proaoheao, gene dr. 

snakebites not a major problem 

broadwell, annie ruth durham loecelsedi 
obituary 

brock, alex k. 

brock referees paces 

durham's house primaries set june 5 

black voter registration jumps sharply 

VOTER TURNOUT PLACED AT iOt 

WEATHER MAY HAVE CUT VOTE" TLR NOUT IN N.C. 

N.C. ELECTION OFFICIALS OEBAH PLACE OF PRESS 

N.C. VOTER SIGN-UP WILL HIT 75 PERCENT ,,,,t„..,„ 

ELECTIONS DIRECTOR KNOWS POLITICAL TRIC«S - FIRSTHAND 

'""'■"checks KEPT COMING DESPITE HIS INOUIRIES 

BROCK, MARVIN A, IGA. I lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

sop/- If PHILIP 

OUKE ECONOMIST LINKS TRADE DE=ICITS TO STRONG ECONOMY 

BROCK, ROY ICANTON) 

A FINE EDITORIAL 

BROCKMAN, JO ANN IDECEAScDI I RED S'RINGSl 
ROBESON MAN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

BRODERSGN. ROBERT 

EXHIBITS REVEAL NFW DIRECTIONS 

BROO IE, EARL 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING 

BROOIE. GLYNNIS I FRANKL INTONl » 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING 

BRODIE, H. KEITH H. DR. „,,,, 
NEW DRUGS TO HELP PSYCMHTIC? 
SEVFHE "ENTAL ILLNESS TIES UP RESOURCES 

FOOVOATION NAMES BRODIE OUTSTSNOING ALUMNUS FHR 1R84 
DUKF CHANCELLOR RECEIVES MEDICAL FOUNDATION AWARD 
BROOIE TO BE OUKE PRESnENT 

BRQDIE TO SUCCEED SANforO: DU< E SOARO UNANIMOUS 
SROOIE TO BUILD ON SANFORD'S WORK .^„,,,„ 

KFITH BROOIE FINE CHOICE TO Li AO DUKE UNIVERSITY 
;|Fw PRESIDENT DIDN'T SEEK POST 

FACULTY, STUDENTS AT DUKE BELIVE BROOIE WISE CHOICE 
BRODIE GOOD CHOICE AS OUKE'S 'RESIDENT 

BROOIE. L£ROY IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

'"°°'|5,7E°R'"o'F^hArrH.ill"D''5tf1J°l:'E'^?T65inF FR.NKLINT0N causes FATALITY 
WOMAN faces charges IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

BROOIE, WILLIAM LEE (OXFORD! 

TWO PRISON INMATES CHARGED IN BP=AK-IN 

BROOIN, ERIC (CAMPBELL UNIV.) 

RELIGION STORY 'DISSERVES READERS' 

^""""nuRSE It'^DUKE CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF DRUGS 
■"<0';''EN| BLACKWELL M JR CEA.ERSHIP7 ^ ^^ _^^ 

JUOCE "POERS ASSISTANT DA JAILED AFTER COURT OUTBURST 

ASSISTANT DA BACK AT WORK 

ASSISTANT TO OA IS BACK ON JOB 



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BIBLICAL LITEOALISTS IGNO'E 'JUSTICF' 
NO NEED ro PEAR HOMnsEXUALS ■'"^'"-'^ 
^i.S??"?', J?'^t°i;-'^" TO JUDGE GALLOWAY 
JUOCE CLEAKS RROGnEN 
'APOLOGV LACKS CONCESSIQ"! 
CHARGE DROPPEn AGAINST MINIST-R 
DURHAM DA'S OFFICE LOSING ASSISTANT 

BROGDEN, CURTIS (FORMER N.C. GOVER':OR| 

BROGDEN RELEASEn PLOJ, TOOK R;iNS AS GOVERNOR 

BHOGOEN, LAWRENCE RAY (OECEASEOI 
OBI rUABY 
BROGDEN A HERO 

BROGDENi MARY 

COMPUTERIZED RECORDS A prtblEM 

':„9f!"0ED PRECINCTS: A SNAP - FOR VHTER": 

VOTER REGISTRATION RISE' FOP ' R IM AR Y IN nilR ham 

VOTERS PICK HOUSE, BOiRO CANDIDATES O'-'X"'"' 

VOTER RFGISTRATION TJ END ON OCT. 8 

DURHAM COUNTY LEADS STATE IN VOOING VOTERS 

NO MAJOR VOTING ERRORS FOUND ""'^" "-"^^^ 

BROILI. SUSAN 

THREE iUN WRITERS WIN AWARDS 
SUN WRITERS WIN NATIONAL AWARDS 
HERALD WRITERS WIN AWARDS 

SEARCHING FOR KING ARTHUR ON THE CLIFFS OF TINTAGFL 
BRONFENBRENNER. MARTIN 

AGNOSTIC GLAD FATHER DIDN'T OPPOSE PRAVfh 
MAJORITY RULE IN RELIGION BECOMES TYRANNY 

BRONSQN, EONA ROBERTS (DfCEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BRONSON, EVERETTE L. JR. ISHEL8YI 

U.S. GRAND JURY INDICTS FOUR PEOPLE ON CHARGES INVOLVING PORNOGRAPHY 
BROOKS, ANTHONY 

THEIR NEW HOME WAS PRODUCT OF TOGETHERNESS 
BROOKS, PEN 

BROOKS. EDUCATOR, FIREO 

8R°gSI? tV,i h°e' yiM5"S?V^ t^5" BRUNSWICK COUNTY JOB 

Sh; r,", fHrp^Tr?bJ^^ui??E'R?^''^ ^"°°'- "^^^ 

""OCIKS, 8R0WDER IHILLSBOBOUGH) lOEIEASEDI 

BROOKS. CAMELIA 

THEIR NEW HOME WAS PRODUCT OF TOGETHERNESS 
BROOKS. CARROLL 

DURHAM HOUSING SALES RISE IbX 

SROOKS, CUTTINA BURTON lOECEASED) 
OBI TUAKY 

BROOKS, DARRYL (SOXERI 
ON THE GO 
BOUT SET 

BROOKS, DENNIS MAJ. (MARINEI 

PRESS COVERAGE IN BEIRUT PRAISED BY MARINE MAJOR 
BROOKS, DICK IBACE CAR DRIVE" I 

ENGINE DECISION KEY TO BROOKS' 

BROOKS, Gwendolyn 

POET GWENDOLYN BROOKS TO READ - ■ - 

BROOKS, JAMES (MURDER VICTIMI 

Sill'-iSrcVS^y^iS <=|T^ 2° ^^'"5 IN MURDER CASE 
MAN RECEIVES 20-YEAR SENTENCE IN SHOOTING DEATH 

BROOKS. JAMES WILLIE 

3"? MCOUAIG RETRIAL BEGINS 
f^ifr^^M^'I?^" ^fl-LS °'= SHOOTING 
1.^^11"°"^ BESUMES IN MCQUAIG RETRIAL 

»cll>.'i°c''li'tll TiA"Tiki[?,l ^^°-'^ = »eE MURDER 

BROOKS, JOHN B. 

BROOKS AGREES TO DEBATE 

5«00'<S, JOHN C. (LABOR COMMISSIONED I 

STATE SHOULD TIGHTEN REINS ON SNOnpING 

tilSS Pi?^V?hr^;iE/oJc8S0"<'' c»nd?oa7y''"- 

B^prifi. BARNES MAY CONTINUE BATTLE FOR LABOR POST 

T^IIkI 'RjSs'SJJh^ErT'""" «"S'^"S IN JUNE 5 BALLOT 
S??.9f5' BARNES EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS 

itCHNHLnGY CENTER IDEA SEEMS WORTHY OF PURSUIT 
BROOKS, JOSHUA ILAURIN^UBGI 

cS5RAGio3s RES?ON"sf "'"''' '^ '= = '"' "= "ND-RA I SING GROUP 

DONATIONS TO JOSH BROOKS ARE MOW HELPING OTHEBS 
BROOKS, KENNY 



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BoooKS Checks northern's bats jith four-hitter 

SPiOTANS' STATISTICS TELL THE TJLF 
BP.On».S HURLS NO-HITTER WIN; BIO SU GONE 

BROOKS. LARRY S. (DUKE UN IV . 1 

BETWEEN EXAMS. FREE HUNCHIES 

BROOKS, LINHOOO IROXBORO) 

ROXBORO MAN CHARGED IN FIRE 

BROOKS. pMARY^OR. ^^^^^^ PROBLEMS RECEIVE HELP THROUGH PROGRAM 
BOARD TO ASK MORE FOR SCHOOLS 
CITY SCHUOL aOARU FILLS 3 VACANCIES 
WARLICK TO DIRECT SCHOOL PR0G5 AM 

BROOKS. ROBERT 0. ICHAOEL HRL POLICE OFFICEHl 
CHAPEL MILL POLICEMAN rflNS SHTOTING MATCH 
POLICEMAN .(INS SHOOTING MATCH 

BROOKS. PUGEP A. (UNITED NATIONS STUPIESl 
ESPIONAGE IN THE UNITED NATIONS 

BROOKS. ShanIEF 0. IHILLSbOROUGHl 

THREE-COUNTY DRUG RAID NETS NINE ARRESTS 
II ARRESTED IN 3-CaUNTY DRUG » ROSE 

BROOKS. THEODORE (OXFORD) , , „ „ -, 

TWO TEEN BOYS KILLED IN GPAHVILLE CAR WRECK 
SERVICES SET FOR OXFORD YOUTH? KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

BROOKSHIRE. DONALD (PITTSBORO TQWN HANAGERI 
MANAGER NAMED 

BROOM. OTIS (MEANiVILLE. GA.I . „t, 

GEORGIAN'S FISH TALE: IS IT WHOPPER OR NOT? 

BROSS. THEODORE VICTOR 

SWITCHED DRUGS BLAMED FOR DEATH 
ARREST SHOCKS NEIGHBORS 

BROTHERS. JOYCE OR. (PSYCHOLOGIST] 
JOYCE BROTHERS TO SPEAK AT UNZ 

BRDUGHTON. CAUREAL 

BOARD LAUDS BROUGHTON 

BROUr.HTON.^EUGENE^,()URHAM_CO.^SCH,3.L J^'/qO Js„ „ . . .g.^ENE BROUGHTON ( AD I 
HIGMT SPENDS MOST FUNDS IN BOARD RACE 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS PItFER CURRENT CURRICULUM SETUP 
11 AT SCHOOL BOARD FURUM 

SCHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS IDENTIFY CHALLENGES 
RAISING TEACHERS' SUPPLEMENTS 
OURHA" COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD „„„,,^^^„„ 
4 INCUMBENTS TO REMAIN ON SCH30L BOARD: LANDING TO REPLACE BROUGHTON. 
LANDING SOLE CHALLENGER TO WI^J SCHOOL SEAT 
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DIES AT 65 
SCHOOL BOARD SHOCKED AT DEATH OF BROUGHTON 

TRIBUTE PAID TO BROUGHTON FOR HIS COMMUNITY SERVICE 
LANDING READY TO FILL VACANCY ON SCHOOL BOARD 
BROUGHTON REPLACEMENT DECISION STILL PENDING 
SCHOOL BOARD SHOULD APPOINT LANDING NOW ,,.,^„ ^„„,ct 
COUNTY SCHOOLS RETAIN JURISDICTION OVER FINLEY FOREST 
BOARD LAUDS BROUGHTON 

BROUGHTON. R. EUGENE 

BROUGHTON FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD 

BROUGHTON SEEKS RE-ELECTION 

CANDIDATE CALLS FOR LEVY OF 2''-CENT SCHOOL TAX 

SFHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES LIST CHANGES FOP SYSTEM 

SCHOOL CANDIDATES EYE BOARD'S ROLE 

BROUGHTON TO BE HONORED AT SC-IOOL BOARD MEETING 

BROUN. KENNETH 

EXAM REPORT CHANGES WON'T HURT LAW SCHOOLS 
BAR EXAMINERS CHANGE TEST DATA REPORTING 

'""^"°ChijRCh'"SHEUTER provides REFUGH TO HOilELESS WOMEN 

BROWN, ARTHUR WILLIAM (APEXI 

APEX M4N CHARGED IN SHOOTING ."lEATH 
APEX MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 



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BROWN, BETTY ANNF BULLA 

REMEMBER SOUP KITCHEN IN YULE GWING 

BROWN, BILLY COY 

MAN STABBED OUTSIDE STORE 

BROWN, BREVARD 

SENIOR PLAYERS PROVE WORTH 

BROWN, CHARLES BRANTLEY AYCGCK 

'LOST COLONY' PUBLICIST DIES 

BROWN, CHARLES L. (ATCTI 

ATCT CHAIRMAN TO SPEAK AT OUK= 

ATCT Chairman: take deregulation all the way 

END TO TELEPHONE CONFUSION S£= N 

BROWN, CHAOLFS V. "CHARLIE" JR. (DENVER, CO. I 
• LOOKING BACK TO DURHAM 

BROWN. CHARLOTTE HAWKINS 

KENNEDY WAS BANQUET SPEAKER 
CROONER'S WIDOW VISITS ALMA MATER 

BROWN, ^C(.AR|NCE^^ MJY OFFER MASTER'S DEGREE IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 
NCCU liEOINS INSTITUTES 
NCCU OFFICIAL TO HEAD DRIVE FOR BOY SCOUTS 

BROWN. CLARONELL 

GROUP TO TACKLE SCHOOL DROPOUT PROGRAM 

BROWN. CLAUDIA ROBERTS (ORANGE CO. I c.,,.Ycn 

MOREHEAD hill: 100-YEAR-OLO NEIGHBORHOOD TO BE SALUTED 
BROWN'S RESEARCH CITED 

BROWN. CLAYTON E. lOFCEASEDl 



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CONDITICINAL TERM SET FOR KIDNAPPER 

TRIAL aEGirrj in kidnapping, assault case 

WITNESS ADMITS ROLE IN WOMAN'S ASSAULT 

OnoM ARGUMENTS FINISHING 

STATE'S WITNESS GETS 30-YeAR TERM AFTER PLEA BARGAIN 

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1 THREE EXECUTIONS SCHEDULED IN N.C. DURING MARCH 






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THREE CRITICAL AFTER DRINKING LYE AT PARTY 
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WORST THINGS...' 


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FRANK BROWN, FORMER STATE LEGISLATOR, DIES 






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FOEEOOH FUND TO HONOR RFV. SRIWN 
DURHAM NAACP TO HONOR EX-PRESIQFNT 
EARLY SLACK RIGHTS FIGHTER HO>(ORED 






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MAN SHOOTS POLICEMAN 

STANDOFF IN CHARLOTTE ENDS WHEN MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF 
EX-MARINE DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND iMitLc 




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3 D=AW PRAISE, BUT 8 STILL IN FIELD FOR COUNCIL SEAT H 2 11/30/84 B 1 N Is! 
COIJNCIL PRIASES APPLICANTS FOI HUNT'S SEAT S 2 /30/n4 f 1 N III 
CITY COUNCIL PA = ES ITS LIST 0= CANDIDATES H 2 12/(34/" 

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4 lUK LANUlUAItS PICKED FOR WARD 3 SEAT S 5 i5/n4/B4 S B N M(.9 

HAZARDOUS WASTE FIRM MAY SHUT ITS DOORS 5 | {1/17/84 C 1 N M69 

BROWN, JANE DR. ( UNC SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM! 

ROCK videos: HIDDEN MESSAGES? ANALYSIS SUGGESTS THEY SUBTLY REINFORCE... H 2 ll/09/»4 B 1 N UaO 
BROWN, JOHN (TRINITY COLLEGE! 

RANDOLPH COUNTY TOWN KEEPS 0U< E MEMORY ALIVE S 2 ll/24/fl4 A 4 E 

BROWN, JOHN HENRY (FAIR BLUFF! 

CUSTODY DISPUTE ENDS IN SLAYING H 2 U/14/84 All N 

PROWN, JULIAN D. 

MIN(^RITV BUSINESS SAID VITAL TQ AREA'S ECONOMY S -■ 9/7B/nA r 1 M AA7 

COUNCIL OKS LAW TO CUT WOMEN, BLACKS IN ON WOBK . H 2 12/04/8^ 9 1 N S51 

BROWN, LEON (RED SPRINGS! 

TWO HALF-BROTHERS SENTENCED TO DIE FOR KILLING U-YEAR-OLO H 2 10/26/84 A 7 N 

BROWN, LOIS (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



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BROWN, LYNUOOO (HILLSBOROUGH! 

RE20NING ISSUE SPARKS ANGRY WALKOUT BY TWO H 3 3/20/84 8 

BROWN. MARJORIE LEf DR. 

PORTRAIT PRESENTED c 7 ii/no/oi r o d o u^a 

NCCU RECEIVES PORTRAIT OF HARSORIE LEE BROWNE H 2 ll/U/jt A 11 N 

BROWN, MATTHEW WILKES (RICHMOND CO.! (DECEASED! 

TEEN'S ORGANS TO BE OONATEO c ocu ,/,„/„, , ,, „ 

GA. MAN GETRS TEEN'S HEART » | VAVAX C II P N 

BROWN, MICHAEL (N.Y. AUTHOR! 

LECTURE ON TOXIC CHEMICALS PUNNED H 2 4/17/84 A 13 N 

BROWN, MILDRED SYKES 

UMSTEAD HONORS ITS FIRST NURSING DIRECTOR H 2 12/12/84 B 1 P N H6a 

BROWN, OLA RAY (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 



BROWN, OLIVER OWIGHT 

MAN REPORTS BEATING, ROBBERY H j 12/03/94 A 

BROWN, PAUL 



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NEWS COVERAGE 'INVIDIOUS' W | ^^^1;;SJ I i 



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OBITUARY 



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FRAUDS DESERVE STIFF SENTENCE.-. 

BROUN, RONALD F4RL 

JUDGE FREES MAN DESPITE GUILTY PLEA 

HE WAS GUILTY, nuT... 

JUDGE WAS WRONG TO FREE DEFENDANT 

JUDGE GALLOWAY ERPED 

4 FACE NARCOTICS ARPESTS 

RAIDS LEAD TO FOUR ARRESTS 

RRnwN * ROSH I A 

COUNTY BOARD OPENS APPOINTEE APPLICATONS TO PUBLIC 

BROWN, SAMUEL LEF (HENDERSONI IDECFASEDI • 
i HENDERSON TEENS KILLED IN W5ECK 

BROHN, SAMUEL LEE JR. (WARREriTONI IDECEASEOI 
i TEENS DIE. i HURT IN WRECK 

BROWN. SANORA JANE g PARLOR; SIX ARE ARRESTED 

cSaPEL Hut POLICE ARREST SIX IN ?»SSAGE PARLOR RAID 
LIST OF POLICE NAMES FOUND IN MASSAGc PARLO» CASE 
COURT ORDER BANS -PROHIBITEO- ACTS AT MASSAGE PARLOR 
JUDGE ORDER MASSEUSE ARRESTED AFTER ABSENCE 
ARREST ORDERED IN MASSAGE C a S= 

MASSAGE PARLJR CASES CONTINUEO ^ . r,- r 

2 WOMEN GIVEN SUSPENDED TERMS IN MASSAGE CASES 
WOMEN SENTENCED IN MASSAGE SCANDAL 

s;sHA"^So^s^]^r^J^?I??I?5'5Ji?!^5■?^s^??A^E PARLOR PRosTu^^ 

DURHAM HUMAN GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN PROSTITUTION CASE 

BROWN, THO"AS WAYNE JR. 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, THURMOND 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED IN BOMB CASE 

BROWN, TONYA NYREE (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

B^OWN.^TRESA^^^^ TOPS ACC COACHES' VOTE 
UNC ' S BROWN HEADS TEAM 

BROWN, VON HASKinS IJOHN UMSTEAD K3SPITALI 

DURHAM COUNTY AIDS SANTA CLAUS PROJECT 
HEART-WARMING RESPONSE 

BROWN, VON HASKINS MRS. (JOHN UMSTEAD HOSPITALI 
UMSTEAD PROGRAM SUPPORTED 

^''°'*"'sURVEy1"tEACHERS SUPPORT SWITCH TO MIDDLE SCHOOLS 
YOUTH IS CHARGED IN TWO SLAYI^IGS 

BRDHN, WALTER M. OR. INCCUI 
BROWN CHOSEN 

BROWNING, AL'ON (OECEASETI 
OBITUARY 

BROWNING, ELUABETH "LUZIE" PHILLIPS (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

BROWNING, KATE GREFNAWAY (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

BROWNING, KEN 

BROWNING LOW-KEY AS lOOTH WIN DRAWS NEAP 

WITH PALL OR WITHOUT, RUSSELL POSES PROBLEM 

EVEPYPOPY DID IT FOR rjOR THERN ^,. 

BROWNING LOOKS FOR BOOK ON PASE'S '.RUN AND SHOOT- 
BROWNING, MAGGIE GARDEN IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY 

BROWNING, P. L. 

EDITORS ARE REDNECKS 

BROWNING, ROPtRT L. 

HOW HPLMS GOT ELECTED 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS DON'T DFSERVE TAX HELP 

FALWELL'S THEOLOGY FLAWED 

BROWNING, WILLIAM MICHAEL • 

YOUTH SHOT IN ACCIDENT 
SOY SHOT ACCIDENTALLY 

RROYHILL, JAMES T. (REP. I 

KLANSMAN FILES FOR GOVERNOR „^„„„,c 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

BROYHILL RICHEST MAN IN HOUSE 

FAMILIES OF MIAS TO RECEIVE MIDALS 

FAM LIES OF MIAS ACCEPT MEDALS, CLING TO "O"!? „„,,, 

CHALLENGER SAYS SOMEBODY HAS TO RUN AGA I N ST BROYH I LL 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELFCTION IN N.C. CONTcSTS „,^^„,^^ 

REPUbLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN 9TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

BRUBAKER, HA"OL0 (P-PANDOLPHI „ c„, , = . tr .., c 

MARTIN'S PROBLEMS MAY LIE WITH REPUBLICANS 

flfltlCF. TOM (DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF WATER RESOURCESI 

CITrGETS«4.146 MILLION GRANI FOR NORTHSIDE PLANT 

BRUCK^^ROBERT^L.^OR.^_ ACID RAIN WORK TO BE FEATURED 

BRUMLEY, GFOPGE W. JR. OR. ,^ ^„, 

DUKE TO GIVE AWARDS TO CQMO, FOUR OTHERS 

BRUNO, JERRY (CHAPEL HILLl , ,„„ „ 

JERRY BRUNO LOVES GETTING LOST IN CROWD 

BRUTHN, ALICE BUPT (CHAPEL HILLl (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

BRUTUS, DENNIS DP. (NORTHWESTERN U'lIV.I 
LECTURE SCHEDULED WEDNESDAY 

BRYAN, EMMA PAPKER 

MYSTERY OF TAPESTRY PARTLY SOLVED 



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SIX APEA WCEN TALK ABOUT WORK 



PRVAN, JAMES A. n IIJNC SCHOOL OF '^EOICIMEI 
UNC G[VES GARDNER A'JARDS 
PHVSirUN, CHEMIST GET UNC AW«ROS 
RULES SET FOR UNC GOVERNORS 

BRYAN, jnSFPH M, 

DUKE SETTING UP BRAIN BANK; ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH PLANNED 

BRYAN, KATHLEEN PRICE {QECEaSEDI 

STATE PHILANTHROPIST KATHLEEN BRYAN DIES 
KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN 

BRYAN, SAM 

THEIR BELLS WERE SILENT 

BRYANT, CALVIN R. I G I BSONV I LL E I (DFCEASEOI 

GIBSUNVILLE MAN KILLED IN MISHAP WITH B«CKHOE 

BRYANT. CATHERINE STRICKLAND ILOUISBURGI CECEASFDl 

GRANVILLE MAN CHARGED WITH MUIOER AFTER WOMAN DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND 
BRYANT, CATHY MARIE 

WOMAN SAYS MAN FIRED SHOTS AT HER 

BRYANT, DAVIP LAMONT 

PROSPECTIVE JUROR GETS NEW Ch;CK DEDUCTION 

BRYANT, DONNA M, DR. 

BRYANT GETS SCHOOL PROMOTION 

BRYANT, FREDDIE W. IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BRYANT, HENRY ICARYI 

REHAB EFFORTS BRIGHTEN FUTURE FOR HANDICAPPED 

BRYANT, JAMES 11U6 N. ROXBORO ST. I 
VICTIM RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL 

BRYANT, JAMES OTIS 

HOLLOWAY ST. WOMAN IS STABBED 

BRYANT, JAMES THOMAS (GA.I 

6 CHARGED WITH BANK ROBBERY 

BRYANT, KELVIN 

ySFL'S SECOND SEASON OPENS UNI EP MICROSTQPE 

TITLE GAME BRYANT'S CHANCE TO CAP OFF •?<, U5FL SEASON 

BRYANT KEY TO STARS' HOPES ICAiur, 

BRYANT, MARY 

A WOMAN'S PLACE. ..EVERYWHERE! 

BUBAS, VIC 

AT RANDOM 

BUCHANAN, BILL (MEBANEl 

REAGAN LEADERS PICKED FOR DRIVE 

BUCHANAN, ERIC MARSHALL IGUILFORD : 0. P 

OWNER OF SLOT MACHINES SUES CITY OVER ARREST 

BUCHANAN. JOHN (PEOPLE FDR THE AMEMCAN WAYI 

GROUP BEGINS CAMPAIGN IN N.C. TO SEPARATE RELIGION FROM POLITICS 
BUCHANAN, KATHY 

SHE FERRETS OUT PET CHOICE WITH FERRETS 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT N. IGASTON) 

OFFICIALS SAY ESCAPE FOILED 

BUCHANAN, SAMMY L- (HIGH POINT) 

SUIT AGAINST JAIL IS SETTLEO 

BUCHANAN, TERESA LYNN 

DEPUTIES PROBE AanuCTION 

BUChwaLD, ART 

arms race has caused 420o-billion deficit 

buck, kathleen (carrborqi 
headline missing 

buckalew, m. w. (unc-ashevillei 
hurriers, worriers may be a's 

buckingham, kenneth r. 

the gromyko endorsement 

^"'"'"■obituary ^' "^""'-'- ""-'-' id6:easedi * 

BUCKLEY, EOhARO G. OR. (DUKE MEDICAL CENTER) 
HELP NEAR FOR CROSSED EYES 

DEADLY POISON USED TO TREAT C'OSSEO EYES 
JJ^ZS^A.El'e ILLS FOCUS OF CLI'llC 
SIGHT DIFFICULTIES WILL BE TO°IC 

BUCKLEY, JOHN (THE SHAKE) 
THE SHAKE 

BUCKLEY, REBECCA H. OR. 

0|:£J0" «r 0U!<6 RECEIVES SCHOLAR-TEACHER AWARD 
BONF MARROW TRANSPLANT SAVES 10Y AT DUKF 
TWO YOUNG PATIENTS AT OUKE TO BE RELEASED 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. 

THE POLITICAL PENDULUM CONTINJES ITS MOTION 

BUCKNALL, STEVE (B'BALL "LAYER) 
UNC LANDS b-t, BUCKNALL 

BUOO, LOUIS OR. (OUKE ENGLISH PROF'SSOR) 

HUCK FINN: AFTER 100 YEARS, THE BOY IS STILL MISUNDERSTOOD 

BUGNAR, RONNIE GEORGE IPFRSON CO.) 
PERSON SCHOOLS SEEK FUNDS HIKE 
SUPERINTENDENTS' PRIORITIES: TEACHER PAY, SMALL CLASSES 

BUI, CHI HUC (MATTHEWS) IDECEASEDI 
TEEN DIES AFTER WRECK 

BUIE. SABRINA (MUROER VICTIM) 

TWO HALF-BROTHERS SENTENCED TD DIE FOR KILLING II-YEAR-OLD 
BUIRGE, SUSAN (CHOREOGRAPHER) 



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^^iJlifA^ BULL :ITY PLAN BULL:>CK MONOPS H I 2/^o/,4 B 11 P N P07 

HILLANOALE "EMORIAL OPENS PLAY SATUOOAY " ^ ft/QO/O'. LI 

BULLOCK, CARLESS MAYSO lUILSONl lO^CEASE"! , 12/CI8/8<. C 1 P N 

TRUCK DRIFTS OFF HIGHWAY; DRIVER DIES " ' w/JO/r-. i. 

BULLOCK, CECIL EOWARO „ , 3/3r)/B<. C 8 
OelTUARY 

"'^^^"^A^rfoSSr^olif ^robJiil^'iFTER BATT.E WITH CANCER H | I/2./8. C 2 P 

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BULLOCK, FRANK H. JR. 5 7 8/30/»<. C 1 N H05 

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WOMAN RELEASED AFTER BOND REDJCEO " ^ ll/L'./B'. B 1 

BULLOCK. JOSEPH OTHO (DECEASEOI „ , 7/22/Bi, B 2 
OBITUARY 

°"'-'-°^5;nlCAL'RIGHT- HAS SOME GOOD COMPANY IJ | i^^^J^'gt J ^ t 

PRO-ABORTION TEAM " ' H/ul/0.. 

"""'^Y.i ri,«fQi|?";E"ap7E"lRi-s5f3?^0"^iiaAY AS KEY VOLUNTEERS H 2 |/l|/|. A 5 N H.| 

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BULLOCK. MARY LITTLE lOXFQRDl lOECEASEOI , 4/73/8'. B 6 

OXFORD MAN AND WOMAN FOUND DE«0 " ^ "./^l/B". b u 



BULLOCK. MICHAEL (DURHAM CO. MAGISTRATE! ,„,,„ 

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SUSPENDED MAGISTRATE FACES M0> E CHARGES " | B/U/BA A 14 N 

MAGISTRATE ARRESTED , ^ ,„ .,c „„„ ft I a/17/84 A 16 N 

SUSPENDED MAGISTRATE'S BOND l:wFRED TO tl5.000 " | i/17/SZ I e N 

EX-MAGISTRATE RFMAINS IN JAIL | f 2/27/84 A I N H05 

TRIAL IS POSTPONED ,^ , , ,^ 2 4 q/n';/94 BIN 

TWO HWYERS WITHURAW FROM MAGISTRATE'S CASE " 2 ?/To/B4 C 1 N 

BULLOCK CASE JURORS NAMED ?. i ,/ii/04 r 1 N S82 

BOY. 1, TESTIFIES OF BEATINGS. SEXUAL ABUSE H | ^^f.KEr ^ f f^ jift 

TESTIMONY CHNTINUES IN TRIAL TF MAGISTRATE 5 2 y\yi'l ^ J ^ ^5^° 

rL?g?K°!^?^S^»FrTTM^2S5 ^a^jIe OF CHILDREN S 9/I,/B4 A 1 N C60 

l'ik,ifh^n^.hn\hl'dd'%''L'ih FOR CHILD ABUSE » \ y,\%',\X J l^ I ''' 

BULLOCK OFFICIALLY REMOVED FROM JOB " | 9/8/84 B I N 

NEW MAGISTRATE SOUGHT = ^ 

BULLOCK, NORMAN BRANCH IDECEASEDI „ , 4/2q/B4 8 2 
OBITUARY 

BULLOCK, SYLVIA (DURHAM CO. SCHOOL^ 1 c , 3/24/84 A 3 N C05 

TEACHERS GIVEN TIPS ON AVOIDING BURNOUT 5 2 J/<:4/04 

BULLOCK, VERA SMITH (DECEASEOI „ 2 11/26/84 B 6 
OBITUARY 

°^^^''R?C0ji'RY°'FRi5TSS^^.°^wrs?'0= FATE LEAVE VANCE'S BULLOCK AS STARTING =B H 2 .2/0B/B4 D 1 U C36 

DAVIS HAS SHRINE BOWL TEAM R AD Y ^ ' 

BUMGARONER. LARRY AND NANCY ,„.„crTrnA, H 2 1/07/B4 B I N B81 

mir. srNrjiiNfoKi.'tnf^E'iREE^^rA^siAg" « 2 m.,.. a 4 l 

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SPELL RELIEF H-U-N-T7 

BUMP4SS. ELMER 5 2 9/28/84 C 7 P P K30 

CIVITAN OF THE YEAR ^ 

BUMPASS. SHANK MPS. (ROXBOROI 5 , 6/07/84 C <■ N 

WOMAN HOSPITALIZED ^ 

BUMPERS. DALE (ARKANSAS SENATOai u i 1/07/R4 6 1 N 

B(JMPEPS TO BE SPEAKER ^ i l/lfl/94 A B N 

i!KNa2VrES^Ll?sfs^E^'ll DEFICITS NOT CONTROLLED ' "I \'\V,IX I MUM 

SEN. BlivpERS FINOS HO-E OF ANCESTORS HOSPITABLE H 2 l/J^';^ g U 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? " ' Z/23/1". B I J u 

BUMDY. ROBERT F, REV- „, u 2 10/20/3'. A 6 P I 

DURHAM CHURCHES PLAN HOMECOMINGS " ^ IU/^U/!J4 

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ROYALL PROMOTES SUCCESSION BILL ^ ' o/i->/r4 

BUNN. ANGIF c 2 2/29/B4 2 P P T37 
GOLD MEDAL 

BUNN. GEORGE w. „„,=- S 2 2/22/84 C 10 N 

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS IN BRIEF ^ | 2/23/8'. B 3 N 

HAN FLEES OFFICER AT R OU " ' 

BUNN. JACK , ,, ,, S 2 7/13/84 C I N K90 

SEPTIC TANK BECOMING A CATCH-72 ^ 

""""'SStN^siN SHINES, THEY SHINE " ' '"'''" ' ' " 

''''":i§RLE''w'Ari'HEMnRIES SAFE IN ASHEBORO MAN'S TRUNK " ^ U/12/84 A 12 N 

8URBAGE, FRANK ( SUMMERVILLE, S.C.I H 2 2/07/84 A 13 N 
N.C. MAN PULLS Two FROM FIRE 

BURCH, CLARENCE S 2 3/08/B4 A I p N J56 

WATFR CRISIS TO END TODAY | 2 3/in/84 A 1 N COS 
KOXBURO TO RESUME NORMAL WATE' USE 

BURCH, HFNPY A. (CHAPEL HILLI H 2 '6/06/84 3 B 
OBITUARY 

BURCH, JOHN THOMAS 



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1URCH, LUCY 

HOME CARE hEEK 

SURCHA", ELIZABETH ALSTON "BOD" IDECFASEOI 
OBITUARY 

flURCHETTi RONNIE 

FOUR TEEN-AGERS CHARGED UITH BREAKING INTO HO"E 
^I'-'f^'Hi'-^i INVESTIGATION LEA3S TO BURGLARY ARRESTS 
TEEN-AGER CHARGED WITH STEALINJG TRUCK 
TEEN CHARGEO 

BUOD'=TTEi LEW (FORMER BASEBALL PLA.'ERI 
AT RANDOM 
FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS JOE OIMAGGIO. 

BUROMAN, LINDA 

STUDENT IS PROFESSIONAL ARTIST 

PURFORO. ANN M. G0» SUCH 

REAGAN'S WO^LO -MAKES US SHUDDER' 

SENATE CAMPAIGN AIMS AT ENVIRONMENT 

CAPITAL OF DU"B-6URGERS 

THE APPOINTMENT FOLLIES 

CONSERVATIONIST AT NOTHING BJ-JGER KING DRIVE THROUGH ICARTOON) 

BURGER, WARREN (SUPREME COURT JUSTICE! 
TOO MUCH LITIGATION 
KEEP TRIALS OPEN 

BURGER DELAYS VELMA BARFIELO'S EXECUTION DATE 
GREENSBORO ANNEXATION STAY 0£>IIED 

BURGESS, CHARLES JR. IGASTQNIAl 

STATE TO APPEAL GASTONIA CASE 

BURGESS, DOROTHY KING IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

BURGESS, GILBERT STEPHENSON 10ECEA5EDI 
OP 1 TUARY 

BURGESS, JOE 

COUPLE REALLY BELIEVES: MARRUGES MADE IN HEAVEN 

BURGETT, ALdERT MARSHALL IROUGEMONTI 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

auRGIN, ROPERT E. 

LIBRARY SCHOOL ADDS MEMBER TO FACULTY 

BURGHEIER, TOM (BASEBALL PLAYERI 

MORGAN, aURGMEIFR - BULLS OF ANOTHER ERA 
EX-BULLS HUHGAN, RURGMEIER REJNITEO 

BUPK, BILL (MUSHROOM EXPERTI 

MUSHROOMS DANGEROUS: BE CAREFJL 

BURKE, OOLORFS L. I DUKE UNIVERSITYI 

ASSISTANT NAMED FOR DUKE'S PRESIDENT 

BURKE, GEORGE LEVANOER (PITTSBOROI 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICER 

HAN BITES POLICEMAN, GOES DIRECTLY TO JAIL 

BURKE, SELMA 

MOORESVILLE SCULPTOR KEEPS PROMISE 
BURKE 'ANGEL' IS NCCU ART FAVTRITE 

BURKE, SHELLY (OURLINGTONl 

BURLINGTON WOMAN INJURED IN S^OaTING 

BURKE, WILLIAM DP. (UNC EDUCATION OROFES'^ORI 

ALLIANCE AIMS FOR IMPROVING TEACHER TRAINING 

BURKHAROT, DARIA LYNN 

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED 

BUOKHEAD, PAUL ( H ILLS BTROUGHI 
MAN CUT AT RESTAURANT 

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""'^^J;M?yLr''?^jRgSo^'s¥?SERl?li|^§ril^ArAir8l'?l°' 
BURLESON, HAZEL (BURLINGTON) 

BURLINGTON CITY HALL LOSING FAMILIAR FACE 

BUPLESON, TOMMY (FORMER BASKETBALL PLAYERI 
BURLESON SAYS HE WANTS SILVER MEDAL 

BURNETT, ADRIAN (CHAPEL HILLI 

^R'5Sg°?SAp!^o'"' INSURANCE CHARGES 

ii=J?£ SENTENCED IN CAR-WRECK INSURANCE SCHEME 

DEFENDANTS IN SCHEME PLAN NO APPEAL 

BURNETT, HALL IE (AUTHOR! 

"2UI25 RDUNDTAPLE SET FOR ANNIVERSARY EVENT 

WRITERS FIND ROUNDTABLE PROGRAM HELPFUL IN POLISHING 

BURNETTE, ALBERT LEE ICHAPEL HILLI 
STUDENT FACES COUNT 

BURNETTE, DAVID 

SLAYING SUSPECT NOT INDICTED 

BURNETTE, FLETCHER JR. (ODYSSEY CLJBl 
MOONSHINE CHARGES LOOGM 

BURNETTE, NANCY HANKS 

TEEN WHO SHOT HIMSELF AT SCHQDL FILES »350,000 SUIT 
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BURNS* JEFFREY THOMAS IGARNEf^l ,„ . ^^ 

UNDERCOVER AGENT, THK OTHER Mi ,M ARE CHARGED WITH DRUG COUNTS 
DRUGS REPORTED MISSING FROM EVIDENCE LOCKER 

nuPNS, MARGE (GREENSBORO GOLFER I 

BFLLAMYfHAC-LER AMONG FOUR CHOSEN FOR N.C. SPORTS HALL 

OVERSTREET'S TOWN PAYS ITS RE'^PECTS 

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198'. PROVIDING FOND MEMORIES = OR DUKE PAIR 

BURNS, MARJOOIE L. (ROXBOROI ,,„., „„^„ 

FICKLE wEATHcR MUSE INSPIRES WRITER'S POEM 

■tURNS. PHYLLIS , ,,, 

GIRL SCOUT LEADER ARRESTED 
COOKIE EMBEZZLER DRAWS TERM 
THEFT RUINS BROWNIES' PLANS 

PUPNS, WILLIAM L. "BILL" 

CANDIDATES LINE UP FORCES 

^Ri^t; g^^^i5lFl?jrTs'£A'Y^?y.D INTEREST RATES UP. SAVINGS DOWN 

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FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE DAILY uETAWAY 

"URROUGHS. MARY (DECEASEDI 
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BuRRUS. IRENE (DUKE UNIV.) 

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OBITUARY 

BURTON, 'I'AVID A. 

SOVIETS ARE BREAKING THE MISSILE RULES 

IF DEMOCRATS WI-J, EXPECT AIMLESS DRIFTING 

EDMISTEN LEGAL OPINION DUBIOUS 

BURTON. EARL NATHAN 

GUN DISCHARGES. WOUNDS MAN IN LEG 
TEEN SHOT IN LEG 

3URT0N, EH^RSON (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BURTON. JEAN 

ARTICLE WAS ACCURATE ON CRIME IN PROJECTS 

BURTON, MAPY CLAYTON (OeCEASEO) 
031 TUARY 
OBITUARY 

BURTON. NORMA (TUTOR) 

PUBLIC HOUSING GRANT SPELLS PJTORING ,„,.^ 
rdPfplS FLARE AT MEETING ON PJBLIC HOUSING CR ME 
SUN STURY ON MEETING DISPUTED 

PURTON. REGINA (CLINTON) , ^^„„„ 

HUMANISTS, LIBERALS BELIEVE I-l FREEDOM 

nURTON, RICHARD C. 

AN ACTOR ONSTAGE AND OFF 

MEMORIAL TO RICHARD BURTON (CARTOON) • 

LOYAL FANS MOURN "URTON 

BURWELL, GEORGE A. (WARRENTONI 

EDMISTEN FAILS TO ABIDE 3Y L AJ 
SEN. HELMS WINS POINTS IN RESPECT 

RURwELL, R. (DURHAM o SO ) , ,^ 

OFFICERS HURT MAKING ARREST IM NOISE CASE 

BURwELL. ROY HOWARD JUNIOR ("ARYLA-IDI 

MARYLAND MAN DIES OF GUNSHO' J OUNO 

DRUGS FOUND AT "UPDER LOCATIO-I 

DRUGS FnuNO WHERE MAN WAS SLAIN 

HEARING SFT IN MynofR , ^ „„ -, 

MAN CHARGED WITH KILLING ACCUSED OF SELLING DRUGS 

TERRY HEARING IS CONTINUED , ^ 

CAUSE FOUND FHR TRUL IN MANS-AUGHTER CASE 

MAN CHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING 

PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND IN MANSLSUGHTER CASE 

BUSBY, PHILIP F. JO. 

DON'T USES TAXES FOR ABORTION 

Two LlaCRTA'IANS ARE PRO-LIflE'TY 

EPVIN'S POINT FLAWED 

DON'T TAX PEOPLE TO PAY FOR DEFENSE 

RUSH, BARBARA (wIFF OF GEORGE BUSH) 
SCORE ONE FOR MS. FERRARQ 

""'"'busS^EXPECTS 'GIVING' IN EFFOT TO CUT DEFICIT ,.„,„„.,, 

BUSH HOLOl'jG NEWSPAPER HEADLINED, "BUSH BREAKS MX TIE..." (CARTOON) 
SENT sen: BUSH'S NE -JE S I S 

HALOED REAGAN SPORTING " RE AGA-J /BURNING BUSH" BUTTON (CARTOON) 
aUSH TO VISIT NORTH CAROLINA 



H 2 9/10/B4 A 



2 1/27/84 
2 6/29/34 
2 11/01/34 



H 2 
S 2 



9/04/O4 A 
9/04/84 C 



19 

5 



H 2 9/15/84 B 3 



S 2 11/15/34 A 



7/19/34 A 20 
7/20/84 A 10 



H 2 a/29/34 B 1 N 046 
S 2 lD/19/34 CI N A47 
S 2 10/29/34 A 4 L 



H 2 2/15/84 A 



H 2 9/09/34 
H 2 8'08/34 
S 2 8/03/84 



H 2 2/17/34 A 4 L 
H 2 9/13/34 A 4 L 



H 2 4/23/34 A 1 1 



4/13/34 
4/13/94 
4/19/34 
4/19/34 
4/21/34 
5/10/34 
5/24/34 
5/24/84 
5/25/84 



1 
19 
4 
1 
5 
1 
I 
13 



«45 
B46 



2 8/16/34 
2 11/03/34 
2 11/30/34 
2 12/27/34 



H 2 10/11/34 A 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PA'-.E 1.5 

1/01/84 - 1J/31/B<, 1/14/85 

S I r 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

VICE PRESIDENT PLANS TO VISIT N.C. MONDAY H ? 9/Q-T/a<, ASM 

BUSH CRITICIZES HONOALE, PRAISES WORK OF HELMS " ? 9/11/2; ! 1 P M r(,0 

BUSH COURTS TAR HEEL DEMOCRATS H ? V/IWHU A 1 P N nt2 

BUSH EXPECTS M.C. FARMERS TO ? ACK REAC-AN'S RE-ELECTION S 2 9/ll/"4 r ' p n ^' 

5i?l"pgE^^gE^V?!^L°Sl^if^ ^KhS^S'I^e^u^STUel'?^^ °^ '"' '"'" '"''™^' S I '°^'^'"^ 



BUSH-FERKARO DEBATE PROVOKES TESTY EXCHANGES H 7 la/17/IS 

NO SEAT FOR ZACCAOO „ 7 0/I7/B4 

TRIANGLE OBSERVERS THINK FERRIRO EMERGED WINNER S ? IO/1I/P4 A 1 P N ISfc 

N.C. PARTISANS SRGUF ON RFAGA^'S AGP, WHO HON IN VP DEBATE H I lo/li/^l A 7 N 

EVEN UITH GAFFES, DEBATE HAS HELPFUL " = = "ic n i \V,\i',„^ n 4 c 

DEBATES. R.I. P., GAVE US MOSTLY THEATRICS S 7 0/7/84 S 4 - 

BUSH HELPS TEAM. BUT MORE NEEDEO „ | {o/17/84 A 5 

BUSH, JOHN 

TAKE A TRIP TO A GREENHOUSE H 2 4/29/84 B 12 

BUSH, NANCY U. (OECEASFDl 

OBITUARY H 2 2/19/84 

BUSS. JACK M. ILENOIRl lOECEASEDI 

N.C. BUSINESSMAN KILLED IN TENN. AIRPLANE CRASH H 2 9/15/64 

BUSSE, EWALD H. 

Sf!l?^'9^*5 °''' HEALTH OF ELDERLY IISGUIDED, DUKE AUTHORITY SAYS H 2 3/23/84 All N 

BUSSE SAYS LIVING LONGER NOT -lECESSARILY LINKED TO GOOD HEALTH S 2 3/23/84 C 2 

BUTEL, JANE IPECOS V»LLEY SPICE CO./ 

S"| CnuLON'T FIND PURE CHILI IN SUPERMARKETS, SO SHF MADE HER OWN H 2 10/04/84 A 23 p N L41 

HOT stuff: auTHOR-ENTREPRENEU! BUILOS on a PASSION FOR MEXICAN FOOD S 2 10/10/84 6 I P F il5 

BUTKOVICH, BERNARD 

FEDERAL AGENT TESTIFIES HE INFILTRATED NAZI PARTY H 2 2/09/B4 A 7 N 

AGENT: KLANSMEN SAIO THEY HOUL NOT TAKE GUNS H 2 2/10/84 C 5 N 

BUTLER, ?RETT 

BUTLER NOT BITTER S j t./08/84 1 P U 016 

BUTLER, CECIL 

S,^^^ K°rl„^y"-°E'* PLEADS FOR SPEEDY SEHER EXTENSION H 2 10'23/B4 c L N SSI 

DURHAM GROHTH BOUNDARIES MAY 3E CHANGED J.u . n | {^/||^„* ^ [ Jj J|^ 

BUTLER. CLARENCE SOWARD 

EMPLOYEE ROBBFD; "ONEY RECOVERED H 7 l/ln/»<. 1 i m 

MAN HFLO IN ROBBERY ? | ^Ao/tt B i N 

BUTLER, ERNEST HOMER JR. (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



E 

1) 

U G78 

C 2 

A 3 N 

N 
N 



H 2 8/08/84 ABO 

BUTLER, J. D. 5R. IBURLINGTONI 

SENIORITY COUNTS - FUR HELMS H 7 10/11/84 » 4 1 

IT'S PRINCIPLE VS. POLITICS K | l^'Al/H A t L 

BUTLER, JACKSON F. 

BASEBALL EDITORIAL OFF BASE H 2 10/25/84 A 4 L 

BUTLER, JAY CLARENCE ICHAPEL HILLl 

BIKER HITS PEDESTRIAN ON MASON FARM ROAD S 2 5/07/84 A 6 N 

BUTLER, MARC ANTHONY (KENTUCKY! IOFC=ASEDI 

SUIT BLAMES MARINE'S DEATH ON TATTOO H 2 U/07/84 A 3 N 

BUTLER, MARILYN 

TERRORISM TOWARD CLINICS H 2 10/08/64 A 



BUTLER, TERRY RANDALL lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



L 
2 10/29/84 B 6 



BUTTERS, R. R. 

BIBLICAL LITEPALISTS IGNORE -JUSTICE' H 2 5/03/84 A 4 L 

3UTTERS, TOM 

BJ^'J^^^^S^^'^f'" REPORTEDLY OHH STATE AD CANDIDATE H 7 5/07/84 B 7 N 

BUCKEYES EYF TOM BUTTERS TO FILL AD OPENING 57 1/11/84 I P H oin 

SCH-ID NAMED IRON OUKE DIRECTOR S I l/\n/Rt ? 1 S N ' 

AT%5S3SA° '° °'"" ■""'^ °"'<-5 '""^'^«*" 5 I tn/A 12 N 

AI RANDOM ^ 5 2 7/24/84 1 U 016 

BUTTS, JOHN 0. DR. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS FIND DEATHS CAN SOMETIMES HELP THE LIVING H 2 4/04/84 8 1 P F L30 

BYERS. CECIL EHANUFL (CHAPEL HILLl 

2 HELD IN STUPE ROBBERY c , i/ia/b<. r i m «;.<: 

TWO CHARGED WITH ROBBERY ^ | l/lwH B 1 N 

BYERS, SUSAN H. 

CUB SCOUTS PROVE YOUNG NOT UNCARING S 2 12/12/84 A 4 L 

BYERS, HALTON V. lOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY ^ 

BYNER, EARNEST (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 

ECU'S BYNER DRAWS RAVES FROM 3R0HNS S 2 

BYNUM, CLAPKE 

THROWING IN THE TCwEL: CLEMSOJ'S MANAGER- TURNED-PLAYER FINOS NEW WAY... H 2 12/09/84 C 4 N M71 

''"'"'BYSiS%ii!S|°JE!uSi;^? '^"°°'- ^'"ETBALL PLAYERI ^ ^ 

BYNUM, JUDY (N.C. HOUSING FINANCE AGFNCYl 

LOANS AVAILABLE FOR HOMES ' H 2 

BYNUM, ROBERT WILLIAM V (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



2 4/10/84 B 10 
7/23/64 7 N 



1/11/84 B I P N C09 
3/29/84 B 1 N 



H 2 8/31/84 C 9 
BYNU", THOMAS LEE (DURHAM PSOI 

psa IN Raleigh rounoup ^ , 7/in/ai. r i u uns 

PSO officer arrested, charged WITH SOLICITATION H 2 7/11/84 A 14 N 

BYNUM, WILLIAM J. JR. 

CITY FINANCE PANEL HEARS PLEA FOR AID BY SELF-HELP CENTER H 2 10/26/84 B I N S51 

BYRD, CLYDE RANDOLPH (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



BYPO, COMMIE LEE ( H I L LSBOROUGHI (DECEASEDI 
Uo I T (JA ft Y 

BVRDt CONNIE EARL 1 Hi LL S'iQROUGH I 
0" I TLJA RV 

BYRO. EUVA BECK SHEPHERD (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BYRO. MATTIc STREET (CHAPEL HILLl (DECEASED! 



2 2/15/84 All 

2 4/12/84 6 4 

2 7/06/84 B 5 

2 J2/20/84 A 18 



MONTHLV/ANMUIL 



OANCE SCHOOL SO TOUGH SHE WANTS ENCORE 

eyo* NELL HACKNEY tOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

BYOO. NELL M. lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

■lYROt OLLIE KELLY MRS 
OBITUARY 



INDEX 
12/31/B4 



NAMES 



lOECEASEOI 
lOECEASEOI 



CAOOELL. EOUARO 
OBITUARY 

'"'°''^GRAD"'ItuOENT SPENDS FALL TUTO'ING YOUNG MOVIE STAR JUSTIN HENRY 

OURHA'^'S SHIRLEY CAESAR STARS IN POWERFUL 'GOSPEL' „ , „,^_ 

DURHAM'S OWN SHIRLEY CAESAR: « DOS MOVIE TO ' GLOW-GROW- AND-GO ' CAREER 

'GOSPEL': MUSIC. SPIRIT, STRAIGHT 

THE WINNER'S CIRCLE: SIX EARN OUTSTANDING WOMAN AWARDS 

CAPACITY AUDIENCE TURNS OUT Tl HONOR WOMEN ACHIEVERS 

WOMEN OF ACHIFVFMENT: YWCA, EMPLOYERS SALUTE WQPKING WOMEN 

DURHAM'S REMARKABLE WOMEN 

CAESAR WILL SING 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

MS. CAESAR'S CONVENTION IS JULY 15-20 

CAGE. JOHN 

'DOUBLES •■ MIGHT BRING DOU'JLE TAKE 

SHELLS MAKE MUSIC FOR CUNNINGHAM PERFORMANCE 

CAGLEt BETTY 

CUSTODY CASE GAG ORDER IS OUS"'UTED 
JUDGE'S GAG ORDER DRAWS FIRE 

CAGLE. HUBERT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS WERE 

CAGLEi JOSEPH MARTIN (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CAGLE. ROY 

CUSTODY CASE GAG OROEP IS DUSPUTED 
JUDGE'S GAG ORDER DRAWS FIRE 

'■"''"^WEEKENO FOSTER FAMILIES GIVE TROUBLED YOUTHS SPECIAL SUPPORT 

CAHOON. MARGARET LONG lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CAHDON. ROY BEN lOECEASEOI _,^ 

MAN'S ESTATE LEAVES SltO.OOO TO HOSPITAL 

CALDER. CLIFTUN ILAUPINBURGI 

APPEALS COURT RULES IN LUNG DISEASE CASE 

CALDWELL. ACCIE lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CALDWELL. PERTHA LEE I W INSTON-SALEM I 

GUILFORD MAN IS CHARGED AFTER WOMAN'S BODY FOUND 

CALDWELL. EDWIN JR. lORANGE CO. I 

ORANGE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ELECTS 2 VICE CHAIRMEN 

CALDWELL. HILLIARD „, ,„, 

PTA REQUESTS SUMMER SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS 
CARRbORO IS PROUD OF MS. PENDERGRAFT 

CALDWELL. JOHN LOUIS REV. 

MINISTER CHARGE" WITH ASSAULT 
PREACHER GUILTY OF INJURING MAN 
MINISTER IS CONVICTED 

r^i'l'alN"M?isyON?'^u?HlH'S'l*NlsfER DESCRIBES CHRISTIANITY'S GROWTH IN 

MINISTER BARRED FROM CHURCH 

JUDGE BANS MINISTER FROM ENTERING CHURCH 

CALDWELL. LUCILLE IA5HEVILLEI , 

OWNER OF CONDEMNED HOUSE WINS MORE MONEY 
CONDEMNED HOUSE SAID WORTH »5. 500 MORE 

CALDWELL. HIKE I'lASEOALL PLAYERl 

THREE AREA PLAYEKS ALIVE IN MAJORS > 

CALDWELL HAS NO COMMENT ON ORJG SALE 

CALHOUN. PAIR ICK N. 

CANDIDATE HILL MAN OF CHARITY 

CALLAHAN. DAPLENE BETTY lASHEVILLEl 

TWO MEN GET 90-YEAR TERMS FOR MURDERS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 2 6/23/B<. A 20 

H 2 7/27/a<. B 1 P F W2<. 



H 2 9/l3/e<. A n 

H 2 12/U/8<. B R 

H 2 3/2B/P'. B 5 

H 2 6/2'./8'. B 2 



S 2 5/17/8'. 1 R F A15 



S 2 l/26/P<. 3 P R 371 

H 2 1/27/8". I P F W66 

H 2 l/27/8<. » R W66 

H 2 2/2S/n<. E I P F H45 

H 2 3/I5/fl4 C 2 P F H45 

S 2 3/l'5/n<. A <> P P J06 

H 2 S/lT/S-i A <. E 

S 2 3/31/84 A 3 N 

H 2 4/I3/»<. D 6 P F 

H 2 7/07/6<. A 8 P I 



S 2 6/28/84 D 2 P F R71 
S 2 b/Z'/e*. C 3 P R 371 



H 2 1/20/84 A I 
S 2 1/20/84 C 1 



H 2 6/09/84 C 1 n u 





N S82 

N 

F J06 



N 

N 



CALLAWAY, J. LAMAR QR . 

SWEATING: USUALLY HEALTHY. 



SOMETIMES SMELLY 



CALLAWAY. LAMAR DR. I DERMATOL OG I S Tl .,,„^ 

SUNSCREENS URGED FOR THOSE PLAYING. WORKING OUTSIDE 

CALLIS. CHRIS lUURHAM POSTMASTERI 

OOGS GIVING POSTMEN THE JITTE'S 

DURHAM POSTMASTER SAYS OFFICMLS PREPARED FOR WALKOUT 

POSTAL SERVICE HOLDS CARDS IN LABOR TALKS 

POSTAL TALKS BREAK OFF, BUT NO PROBLEMS SEEN 

JUNK MAIL LOAD BURDENS CARRIERS 

CALLOWAY. LAMAR DR. 

SUNBURN CAN SPELL TROUBLE 

^"'"'iJ.L-lT.'iLilHikTi'lHl, TV SOUND EFFECTS MAKE DIFFERENCE 

Rofc CAMP EMPHASIZES SELF-CONFIDENCE 

CAMERON, BILLY RAY ISANFOROl 

SANFORO MAN WILL BE COMMANDER OF VFW 

VIETNAM VET FROM SANFORO TO BECOME HEAD OF VFW 

VFW CHlEF:''?POSl'nvE°THINGS' IN STORE FOR VIETNAM VETERANS 
VFW COMMANDER HOPES ATTITUDES TOWARD VIETNAM VETS WILL CHANGE 



H 2 5/29/84 B 6 



H 2 l/2n/"4 A 1 
S 2 1/20/84 C 1 



S 2 11/23/84 B 1 

H 2 10/03/84 B 6 

H 2 8/18/84 C 1 

H 2 4/19/84 A 10 

H 2 11/26/84 B 6 

H 2 5/21/84 A 10 

H 3 1/21/84 B I 



H 3 2/09/84 B 1 
H 2 7/07/84 A 4 



H 2 4/17/84 B I 

H 2 5/25/84 B 6 

S 2 5/25/84 A 13 

H 2 6/30/84 A 9 

TOGO H 2 3/25/84 A 9 

S 2 9/12/84 C 1 

H 2 9/13/84 C a 



H 3 3/C8/84 3 1 
S 2 3/08/84 A 5 



H 2 4/29/84 C 13 N M71 
H 2 5/09/84 D 4 P N 



H 2 11/01/34 A 4 

H 2 2/11/34 A 1 3 

H 2 8/25/84 8 1 

S 2 6/11/34 A 5 



N H90 
L 



N 

F 330 

N 580 

H 2 5/20/84 B 6 N 

S 2 7/17/84 A I P N COS 

S 2 7/20/°4 A 4 E 

H 2 7/23/84 B 1 N 

S 2 lD/13/84 A 3 N L38 

S 2 5/31/84 CI N S80 

H 2 12/23/84 E 4 P F 

S 2 7/10/84 C 1 N COS 



H 2 8/17/84 A 13 N 

H 3 8/22/84 B \ N 

H 2 3/30/84 B 1 P U H60 

H 3 ■ 9/07/84 B 1 N 

S 2 9/08/84 A 15 N 



NONTHLV/ANNUAL INOex 

l/01/B<. - U/31/8<. 



cameron savs controveusy c0ul3 alter vfh enoorsehent procedure 

cameiiohi c. c. (first union nat'l. bauk 1 
kirk, dorscy get n.c. cabinet posts 

cameron, caroline 

carter liberals love to tax 

cameron, charlie sr. (deceased) 
obituary 

cameron, dan 

they looked over jordan 

Cameron, emma steuart (deceasedi 
obituary 

cameron, jerry 

graduation breaking up group 

cameron, keith 

jim htlnt's economic plan call=^d shallow 
hunt is wishy-washy on abortidn issue 

cameron, ken 

she did hear from him 

CAMERON, kEGAHONO 

INMATE ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT 

CAMERON, SAM (HILLSBOROUGH) (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CAMMANN, DOUGLAS ( FUQUAY-VARI NA I 
DON'T STOP DOCTOR'S HAVEN 

CAMP, JIM 

1183 CALLED GREAT YEAR FOR BUSINESS IN DURHAM 

DURHAM ECONOMY HAS BIG YEAR 

PACE HF '84 INDUSTRIAL GROWTH CLOSE TO RECOPO-SE T T I NG '83 

INDUSTRIAL, BUSINESS PARKS DEVELOP RAPIDLY IN CnuNTY 

CAMPBELL, 9. J. OR. (CHAPEL HILLI 

BICYCLISTS WARNED TO BE CONSPICUOUS 

CAMPBELL, 3ILL (CHAPEL HILL) 

ORANGE FURNITURE FIRM BEGAN WITH A SIMPLE PICNIC BENCH 

CAMPBELL, CREOLA MCNEILL (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CAMPBELL, DENNIS MARION DR. 

•REVIEW OF RELIGION': DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL TO PUBLISH PERIODICAL 

CAMPBELL, GORDON 

PREPARE TO SALUTE THE FLAG 

CAMPBELL, HEIDI 

SATURDAY, TABLES WERE TURNED 

CAMPBELL, HENRY (CHAPEL HILL) 
2 HELD IN STORE RQB''ERY 
TWO CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 
POLICE: SUSPECT HAD STOLEN SILVER 

CAMPBELL, JAMES (RALEIGH) 

BANNING BOXING WOULD BE BLOW TO FREEDOM 

CAMPBELL, JAMES (WILLIAMSBURG ROAD) 

MAN HURT IN FIGHT AT PU2A RESTAURANT 

CAMPBELL, JIMMY (CHAPEL HILL) 
5 FACE CHARGES FOR DRUGS 
FIVE PERSONS ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

CAMPBELL. JOHN (DUKE UNIV.) 

MURDER CRUEL AND UNJUST, NOT EXECUTION 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT DOES DETER CRIMES 
SOCIETY SHOULD NOT KILL 

CAMPBELL, JOHN ALLEN (CHAPEL HILL) 
PRISONER ESCAPES FROM COURT 

PRISONER'S TERM CUT FOR AVERTING HANGING 
HANGING ATTEMPTED 

PRISONER'S TERM REDUCED FOR HELPING TO SAVE LIFE 
PRISONER EARNS REWARD 

CAMPBELL, JUNIOR REOELL ( H I LL SBORO) GH ) 

THREE-COUNTY DRUG RAID NETS NI NF ARRESTS 

11 ARRESTED IN 3-CUUNTY DRUG »ROBE , 

CAMPBELL, KAREN 

FERRARO FREE TO CHOOSE NAME 

CAMPBELL, MACK ALLEN I K EP.NERS V ILL E) 

FORMER JUDGE CHARGED WITH ALC3H0L VIOLATION 

EX-JUOGE CHARGED WITH LETTING YOUTH DRIVE CAR AFTER DRINKING 

CAMPBELL, MATTIE COOPER (CHATHAM C] . 1 (DECEASED) 

MATTIE COOPER CAMPBELL OF CHATHAM DIES AT 101 

CAMPBELL, ORVILLE 

DOhNTOWN GROUP HONORS PUBLISH': R 

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER GIVEN CHA-BER'S SERVICE AWARD 

CAMPBELL, RICHARD A. SR . (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CAMPBELL, RONALD KENT (ENTERTAINMENT ATTORNEY) 

ENTERTAINMENT ATTORNEY IS REA3Y FOR N.C. FILM GROWTH 

CAMPRELL, S. R. (DURHAM PSO) 

PSO, CITIZENS ARGUE OVER CONFRONTATION 

CAMPBELL, 5HERI 

WHO WAS THE SCOUNDREL WHO DENTED HER CAR? 
SOME PROBLEMS ARE SOLVED 

CAMPBELL, TOM (DURHAM CITY COUNCIL) 

CITY COUNCIL OKS WATERSHED EDICT 

COUNTY MUST DECIDE ON WATERSH=D PLAN 

COUNCILMAN aAr)TS HOTEL OOWNTOrfN 

CENTER HOTEL may COST DURHAM MORE THAN FAITH 

TASK FORCE TO SEEK DURHAM INV? STOPS FOR CIVIC CENTER 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A'S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 

CAMPBELL, WAYNE 



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N K90 
N C60 
N S51 
: N M(,9 
N S51 





MG.-<THLY/AN'iU4L INDEX BY NAMES 

1/01/84 - 12/31/84 



C4HPBELL FILES AS CiN0IO4TE Fj R N.C. HOUSE 
HANCOCK. CJMPnELL J"IN TE-O RSCES 
ST4TE HOUSE SLATE OFFERS LIVELY ■<'C€ 
CAMPBELL DROPS OUT OF N.C. HO-JSj RACE 
FIRST-QUARTER RETAIL SALES EX'cCTEO TO RISE 
RETAIL SALES BANKING CONFIRMS GOOD NEWS 

'■*'*'''mEN°«ho''£oOK: THREE EXPERTS DIVULGE CULINARY SECRETS 

CANADA, MAPY (DUKE UNIV. J 

NE« YFAR'S CUSTOMS VARY ABROAD 

CANADA. RAYMOND WILLIAM ICH4PEL HILL) IDECE4SE0I 
OBITUARY 

CANADY. ?RilCE PEARCE MRS. IDECE4SE0I 
0aITU4RY 

CANAOY. STEPHON ILOUISBUROI 

STORE MANAGER HIT wITH PIPE 

CANIPE. DAVID ICnLFERl „„ _„ „„,., 

CANIPE. THORPE GIVE LOCAL FLAVOR TO OPEN 

CANNA04. C4LLIE MYRTLE (CHAPEL HILL) I0ECE4SED) 
OBITUARY 

CANN4D4, NORMAN (DURHAM SUN ° EPORJl 5 ' „„,^„.. cu.„» 
HELICOPTER TRIP LEAVES REPQRTiR SOME.(HAT Shaky 

C ANNAHA ■ P. Ha 

^""""fjplTAL PUNISHMENT DOES DETER CRIMES 
WHERE IS JUSTICE? 

CANNAOY. ERNESTINE (WASHINGTON. D.C.I lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CANNAOY, LANDIS ALLEN (POLICE OFFIIERI 

CHAPEL HILL OFFICER SHOT AT M3 TEL SITE 

POLICE PkOBE DRUli SHOOTOUT „„-„.. t 

INVESTIGATION CONTINUES IN DRJG CASE SHOOTOUT 

I'lTERVEIwS « = GIN TODAY ABOUT :)RUG-aUST SHOOTOUT 

DRUG SHOOTOUT CASE NETS ANOTHER ARREST 

DRUG SHOOTINi -ILL 36 4IRED 4T CONFERENCE 

SHOOTOUT CONFERENCE SET 

R°ili?NG?^r? p\S'ISs'%rGSl'tT? TJ -UROER. OTHER CHARGES 

REMINGTON TRIAL DATE NOT SET ,,.,,, 

COCAINE SMUGGLED IN AS TUNA - *iITNESS ., ^^, 

OEFElioSNI SOLD DRUGS ON FIVE 3CC4SI0NS " «lI"fSS 

SBI AGENT: •! WAS LOOKING 00« 4 GUN BARREL' AT SHOOTOUT 

CANNAOY, LOIS J. 

WHO'LL PAY FOR DUSES7 

CANNAOY, PFRCY (OECEASEDt 
081 TUARY 

CANNAOY, RALPH LEE lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CANNON, FKILY MARIE IMECKLENauPG CI . I (DFCEASEOI 

I!^'£S5piio'i^Vs°iLA'YINa°U:^ri2YS HE HEARS TRILLIONS OF VOICES 
CANNON, ROBERT "BOBBY- ERvING JR. (MECKLENBURG CO. I , 

'»V^^f.l.^h^l\kf>°k:riHl°^o'i^^inirS HE HEARS TRILLIONS OF VOICES 

CANNON, ROBERT J. OR. 
CANNON GETS POST 
CANNON GETS POST 

CANNON, WILLIAM R. BISHOP 

METHODISTS AIM FOR RENEWAL 
MFTHOPISTS WILL MEET JUNE 3-7 

CANSLER. JAMES (UNC A aM I N I STP AT ION) 

UNC ADOPTS CA-PUS POLICY FOR 3RINKING 

CANT. NELL 6. DR. , „ „, 

2 NAMED N4NALINE DUKE SCHOLARS 

''*'*^^FriRMER'"PRES^6ENT OF FIR" ACCUSED OF RIGGING BIOS 

CANUTT, YAKIMA (?-WESTERN CELEPRlTYl 
OLJ-TIHERS 3-HESIERN FAIR HIT 

CAPEHAOT, AL 

EDITORIALS APPRECIATED 

''*''^'"SHe''kn6w FkOM THE BEGINNING 

C4PEN, RICH4R0 G. (THE MI4MI HERALfll 
PUBLIShFR: PAPERS NEED TO CHAMGE 

'■*''^'man*shut°and killed; warrent charges wife 
OFFICERS PROBE Shooting death 

WOMAN IN JAIL AFTER TREATMENT 
OBITUARY 

"'*''^'"MAN''SHot AND killed; warrent :harges wife 

OFFICERS PROBE SHOOTING DEATH 
WOMAN IN JAIL AFTER TREATMENT 

'^*'''"0CT0RrSELP*PE0PLE SURVIVE DP E4DE0 CANCER 
EARLY DETECTION BEST CURE 

CAPOTE. TRUMAN 

CAPOTE: TALENT AND EXCESS 

'■*''''^WFak^s''cAPPS RESIGNS AS HEAD FJOreALL COACH 
TOMMY PARKER NAMED JEBB'S FOOTBALL COACH 

CARPS. CLYTE H, (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CARPS. HUBERT LEE (OECEASEDl 
OBITuARI ES 





PAGE 48 
1/14/05 


S I 
N F EL 
P DATE C PG L 


T 
Y 
P 8YL 


S 2 l/24/°4 A 1 P 
H 2 l/2'^/e4 4 I 
H 2 l/28/"4 4 4 
H 2 2/04/04 B P 
S 2 4/13/84 C 
S 2 8/20/64 4 1 


N «71 

N W24 

E 

N 

N Cso 

N C60 


H 2 9/09/84 W 1 P 


F HOI 


S 2 12/31/84 C 1 


N 


H 2 2/2S/84 C 2 





H 2 10/10/84 a 5 





H 1 l/OT/34 6 1 


N 


H 2 6/17/84 C 4 


N C49 


H 2 2/13/84 3 7 





S 2 7/13/84 C I D 


F COS 


H 2 2/01/84 A 4 
H 2 3/14/84 A 4 


L 
L 


H 2 a/12/84 a 2 





H 2 2/25/°4 4 1 
S 2 2/25/'(4 4 1 
H 2 2/26/84 4 I 
H 2 2/27/84 4 1 
H 2 2/20/84 a 1 
H 2 3/01/84 a 1 = 
S 2 3/01/84 C 1 
H 2 3/02/64 4 I 
H 2 5/2?/64 C 1 
S 2 5/22/64 C 1 
H 2 7/04/94 C 1 
H 2 11/29/84 8 1 
H 2 11/30/84 8 1 


N A54 
N F30 
N M51 
N J56 
N 4 54 
N A54 
N J56 
N A54 
N S3 2 
N 

N S82 
N S82 
N S32 


H 2 7/25/B4 4 4 


L 


H 2 11/06/84 C 6 





H 2 2/15/84 A 11 





H 2 12/06/84 A 19 
H 2 12/20/84 A 15 


N 
N 


M 2 12/06/04 A 19 
H 2 12/20/84 A 15 


N 
N 


S 2 3/15/84 4 5 
S I 8/15/84 C 1 


N 
N 


M 2 5/12/84 4 4 
H 2 5/19/84 4 9 


E 
P N 


H 2 8/29/64 a 1 


N B46 


S 2 2/01/84 C 1 


N 


H 2 7/11/84 a 14 


N 


H 2 7/27/84 12 


F H60 


H 2 3/05/84 A 4 


L 


H 2 11/11/64 E 2 


P F H45 


H 2 2/01/84 A 9 


N 


H 2 2/07/84 3 
S 1 2/07/84 C 
H 2 2/00/84 B 
H 2 2/09/84 A 17 


N 
N 
N 



H 2 2/37/64 a 1 
S 1 2/07/84 C I 
H 2 2/08/84 B 1 


N 
N 
N 


S 2 3/14/34 C 5 
S 2 5/21/84 A 3 


P F 

N J56 


H 2 8/29/84 A 4 


E 


H 2 4/13/84 C 3 
M 2 6/10/84 C 6 


P N C36 
N 


H 2 8/21/84 A 8 





H 2 9/25/84 B 7 






MONTHLY/4 



NNU4L INDEX B 

l/01/8<, - IZ/il/Si, 



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P D 



PAGE '.') 
1/14/65 



C4PPS, LEE HOOD 

FOREIGN TB40E ZPNE M4Y GET 2N:) TENANT 
THE PORT OF DURHAM n^E OF NATION'S FIRST 
TRADE ZONE OEVELOPMENI EXPECTtO TO ACCELERATE 
CENTER VITAL FOR ENTIRE TRIANGLE 
A STRONG DOWNTOWN DURHAM NECESSARY 

CAROt GERTRUDE S. 

hel^s anti-social security 

caroen. '5ettie poole ideceaseoi 
obi tuary 

caroen. dorothy elaine (chsrlottei 
nurse faces marijuana charge 

caroen. joseph newton (chapel hilli idfceaseni 
obituary 

garden. lisa 

couple really believes: harruges maoe in heaven 

caroen. macky icoachi 

caroen named elon's new coach 

Garden, terry idurham dry cleanerst 

shorteo-uut wires linked to djrham laundry fire 

capey, bruel eugene 

z arrested on drug charges 

capey, james i. "jack" (oxforoi 

granville to build tax office addition 

carey, moses (orange co. i 
carey files in orange 

oei-iocratic party official to ? un fqr commissioner 
carey outspenoing gastine«u. jillhqit 

CAREY SPENDS MORE THAN OTHER :aN0ID4TES 

CANDIDATES CITE ORANGE GROWTH 

BOARD MEMBERS MAKE ENDORSEMENTS 

ORANGE ISSUES INCLUDE SCHOOL FuNDS. PLANNING 

WILLHOIT RE-ELECTED COMM I s S I a<4 ER 

WILLHOIT IS TOP VOTE-GETTCR 

WILLHOIT PACES COMMISSIONERS* RACE 

<. ORANGE ELECTIONS UNCONTESTED 

WHITTEO ENDS IZ YEARS AS ORANJc COMMISSIONER 

t35,000 APPROVED FOR ORANGE HIGH 

TAKES A SEAT 

CAREY, PATRICK HENRY (=ORT BRAGG SOLDIER) 

SOLDIER GETS « 1 . 000 REWARD F05 INTERRUPTING BREAK-IN 

CARL. BILL (RALEIGH BUSINESSMAN! 

POLITICAL ADVISERS: BUSINESS. FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY. 

CARLIN. JOHN (KANSAS GOV.) 

GUBERNATORIAL FELLOW PROGRAM STARTS AT DUKE 
KANSAS GOVERNOR SAYS JOB GETTING TOUGHER 

CARLISLE. BYRON K. (SGT.) 

Z FORT PRA&G'SERGEANTS INDICTED IN FLORIDA 

CARLISLE, JOSEPH WILLIAM 

HELPFUL DEPUTY GETS RUN FOR HOUBLE 

CARLTON, ANNIE BELL HARRINGTON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



l/06/8<. 
l/23/P<. 
S/iR/Bi. 
<./20/8A 

'./23/e<. 



N C60 

L 

N C60 



H 2 lO/l'/B". A A L 

H 2 9/2<./8A B 7 

S 2 8/07/84 A 9 N 

H 2 a/03/84 C 7 

H 2 3/12/B4 E 2 P F J40 

H 2 1/2I/R4 B 4 N 

S 2 7/U/84 A 1 P N S80 

H 2 2/27/84 B I N 

H I 9/20/84 B 1 N L40 



^ 


7 


1/05/S4 


r 




N 


X7n 


H 




I/06/R4 


B 




N 




H 




5/01/84 


B 




N 


B46 


S 




5/01/"4 


A 




N 




"; 




5/04/84 


A 




N 


PA^ 


H 




5/05/34 


H 




^l 


346 






5/06/84 


n 




N 


B46 


H 




5/09/84 


r 




N 


R46 


S 




5/09/84 


A 


1 1 


N 


P46 


H 




5/10/84 


B 




N 


B46 


S 


2 


11/07/84 


A 




N 


H90 


"; 


? 


12/03/84 


( 




N 


P4'. 


H 


3 


12/0'-/84 


H 




N 


B4A 


s 


2 


12/04/84 


A 




P P 


M66 



H 2 6/26/84 B 



H 2 5/20/84 B 14 N 



H 2 10/24/84 A 3 N 080 
H 2 10/25/84 B 1 P N 454 



H 2 10/17/84 A 9 N 

H 2 2/26/64 B 1 N M51 

H 2 7/07/84 B 6 



CARLTON, HENRY "<^UD0Y" 

VISITOR AT NORTHERN HIGH SCHODL BEATEN BY STUDENT WITH IRON PIPE 
CARLTON. J. PHIL 

GOV. HUNT. FUTURE UNCERTAIN. TAKES 4 WEEK'S BREAK 

CARMEL. J0N4TH4N I. 

DURHAM CLUB TO HOLD DINNER FO^ BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK 

C4RMICHAEL. ANN (INDIANA UNIV.) 

DIRTY CLOTHES MAY HAVE C4USED EPIDEMICS 

CARMICH4EL. DAVID L. JR. 

19-YEAR-aLO CHARGED IN STEPMOTHER'S DEATH 

CAPMICM4EL. MARY LOIS (DECEASED) 

19-YE4R-0L0 CHARGED IN STEPMOTHER'S DEATH , 

CARNEGIE. MARY ELIZABETH 

HISTORY OF BLACK NURSES BEING WRITTEN 

CARNELL. LARRY 

'4'J!5^5^tA&g'?S4fEl°?i;;?" "*" "" "°"" "''5 

carnell ouits race 

garner. joanne 

carner turns long day into lead 

carnes. harvey l. 

deficit is trouble 

carnes. james c. ("onroe) 

n.c. man sentenced in tax case 
man gets 4-year prison term 

carnesecca, lou 

louie ano jim meet in garden showdown 

carney. bruce or. (unc-ch) 

astronomer: matter key to universe's fate 
carney, glauys 

merchandising mystery 

sorry. this number is out of service 

carol, gary dean jr. (deceased) (w\roenton) 
child hit by car dies from injuries 

carolina, mannie 

mannie carolina's drug trial 3pens 
jury gets carolina's drug case 
maximum sentence is given in drug case 



H 2 10/11/84 BAN 

H 2 11/09/84 A 12 N 

H 2 10/21/84 D 10 P N 

H 2 10/09/64 A 9 N B30 

H 2 11/03/84 A 3 N 

H 2 11/03/84 A 3 N 

H 2 2/15/84 A 12 N 



H 2 2/07/84 A 1 
S 1 2/07/84 C 1 
S 2 2/17/84 A 2 



N C60 

N 



H 2 8/12/84 C I P 
H 2 11/01/64 A 5 



H 2 3/27/84 A 9 N 
S 2 3/27/84 A 8 N 



H 2 12/29/84 1 P N M71 
H 2 11/06/84 A 9 N 330 



H 2 3/21/84 A 4 L 
H 2 6/29/84 A 4 L 



H 2 6/23/84 B 6 



H 2 7/25/»4 A 15 
H 2 7/26/64 A 11 
S 2 7/26/84 C I 



N S82 
N H05 



MOMTHLY/A 



[ N E X 



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M E 

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S I T 

E If 

HATE C PG L P "(YL 



MAN IS ACOUIITEO ON 5 QF 6 COJNTS 

CAPPENTEB, OAVIO ALLISON lACTOfll , 

•HEART- ACTOa-S LIFE ON HINDI^IG RDAO 
CRIMES OF THE (CHEATIN'l HEART 

CARPFNTER. EARL MILLER (CRE60M00RI lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CARPENTEPt FREDERICK PAGE SR- IDFCEASEDI 

FRED CARPENTER, RETIRED HERALl FIRM EMPLOYEF 
FRED CARPENTER. RETIRED SUN E'IPLOYEE, DIES AT 63 

CARPENTER. J. MICHAEL 

CARPENTER GETS STATE POST 

SPI COUNSEL GETS ANOTHER STATE POST 

CARPENT|S,^JAN_^ ROLL SETS HOUSE RSCORO 

CARPENTER. MARCUS G . 

THINK BEFORE VOTING 

CARPENTER. MARCUS G. SR . 

■RE-ELECT REAGAN AND HELMS" 
■RE-ELECT REAGAN AND HELMS" lADI 

CARPENTER. RALPH YOUNG (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CARPENTER. VIOLA LEE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

"'"'•F&R''tARS^°JCSl'-kLrasf'"Tio FAR; FOR WOODS, NOWHERE TO GO 



H 2 7/27/a<, B 



H 2 1/20/84 D T P F W56 
H J 1/20/8'. D 10 U W66 



H 2 5/01/84 A 10 
H 2 ll/l"l/8<> A 8 



S 2 U/15/84 C 



5 2 3/2'l/8'. C 5 
H 2 3/2<'/8<. A 12 



N 



S 2 l/06/8<. 2 P F C09 
H 2 9/0'./B'. A 4 L 



H 2 10/15/84 A 4 
H 2 11/03/84 A 10 



H 2 3/05/34 C 2 
H 2 9/16/94 B 2 



CARR. CHARLIE 

CARP ON CINCINNATI'S LIST OF 



CANDIDATES 



'■'""'oeSaTE^FOCUSES on differing views of CHURCH AND STATE RELATIONSHIP 
'■"''*'l!mIIS of sewage TREATMENT COJLO CURTAIL COUNTY GROWTH 

CARR. GEORGE WATTS^ PURHAM GOVERNMENTS TO INVEST IN FUTURE? 
LET THE DEBATE BEGIN ON FINANCING GROWTH 

'^*'"''nEW°T0Wn''plInNE0'in county: 3.000 HOMES. INDUSTRY EYED IN STAGVILL5 ARE 
WATERSHED PLANS LINKED TO NEW PROJECT IN COUNTY 
DURHAM LEADERS EXCITED ABOUT 3R0P0SE0 COMMUNITY 

'^'""'coSpUTERS: THFVLL help STRFA"1LINE DURHAM COUNTY'S CHILD SUPPORT... 
DISTRICT COURT JUDGESHIPIS) DRAWING HOST OF PROSPECTS 

CARR. JOHN F. OR. 

SUNBURN CAN SPELL TROUBLE 

CARR. JULIAN SHAKESPEARE _ „„„,^„ 

HOW TIMES 00 change: PRIMARY rNDORSED 
CONFEDERATE RECORD SET STRAI&^T 

CARR. PAUL IRALEIGH DEVELOPER! 
CARR HEADS CENTER 

* 'cARR SAYs'oEVELOPMENT PLANS A? E BEING PURSUED 

CARR. WILLIE EDWARD 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

CARRERAS. PEDRO 

LINEAGE REPORTED INCORRECTLY 

CARRIER. G. B. "BUD" JR - 

DEFICIT THREATENS ECONOMIC RE=10UN0 , ,„ ,„^^ 
FUNB ECONOMIST PREDICTS GROWTH WELL INTO 1985 

CARRINGER. WANDA MCCLURE lANDREWSI 

WOMAN PLEADS GUILTY TO VOTE BJYING 

CARRINGTON. JOHN H. 

CARRINGTQN SERIOUS ABOUT STATE 
CARRINGTON OPENS GOP OFFICE 
-REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES URGE ST? 
CARRINGTON SEEKS 10% TEACHER -< 
CANDIDATE DOESN^T OPPOSE FARM 
JORDAN GETS NAROUW LEAD OVER 5 

JACKSON THE WINNER IN DURHAM 

TWO JORDANS MAY FACE OFF FQR L 
-GOP CANDIDATES TO HAVE RUNOFF 

CnCKERHAM WON'T FILE FOR RECOJ 
-JORDAN CHARGES GOP CHAIRMAN wl 
VOTERS CAN SETTLE PRIMARY BUST 
-STATE GOP LIKES CARRINGTON 
-CARR INGTON'S DONATION TO EUMI5 
-COP CANDIDATES FOP LT. G0VERN3 
-CARRINGTON GOP'S CHOICE 
-CARRINGTON WINS GOP RUNOFF 

NO MAJOR PROBLEMS FOUND IN ELE 

TWO JORDANS TOO MANY? 

KNOX, ECMISTEN SPENT H MILLi: 

THAD EUPE SUFFERING FRO" BRONC 

LT. GOVERNOR HOPEFULS TO OEBAT 

CARRINGTON AD MISLEADING 

EXPERIENCE. CAMPAIGN STYLES SE 

LT. GOVERNOR'S RACE PITTING N^ 

CARRINGTO^I COMMERCIAL UNFAIRLY 

COLUMN CONTAINED ERROR 

LT. GOVERNOR CA-IOIDATES' DEBAT 

JORDAN, CARRINGTON DE^'ATE ABIL 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR CANDIDATES 

CONTRASTING STYLES SHOW IN LIE 

CARRINGTON COLUMN 'BIASED. WRO 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELECTION 

JORDAN WINS RIGHT TO SUCCEED G 

JORDAN SAYS HE WILL TAKE 'POIN 

CAMPAIGNING FOR LT. GOVERNOR Z 

CARRINGTON. VALLIN HURLEY 
REWARD 

CARRINGTON. WILLIE (OECEASEDI 



H 2 U/25/84 C 3 R N C49 

S 2 12/06/84 C I P N 018 

H 1 10/24/84 B 1 N H90 

H 2 11/27/84 C I N B81 



2 11/25/84 
2 11/25/84 D 



H 2 5/22/84 
S 2 5/22/94 
H 2 5/23/84 



RACE 



■S NO. 2 POST 

ONGFR TWO-PARTY SYSTEM 

IKE 

SUBSIDIES » 

TEWART 

lEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

IN LT. GOV. RACE 

NT 

TH FAVORITISM IN LT. GOV. 

NESS IN JUNE 5 BALLOT 

TEN PUZ?LFS DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS 
R SHOW DIFFERENCES 

CTION RESULTS CANVASS 

N ON RUNOFF 

HITIS 

E 

PARATE CANDIDATES 
WCOMER AGAINST VETE"AN 
BASED ON ONE VOTE OUT OF CONTEXT 

E TO BE BROADCAST FRIDAY, SUNDAY 

OeeATE OUALIFICATIONS. ISSUES 

UTENANT GOVERNOR'S RACE 
NG' 

INN.C. CONTESTS 

T ROLE' AS LT. GOVERNOR 

OSTS NOMINEES MORE THAN II. 7 MILLION 



I M N L4I 
1 N J56 
I N X40 



S 2 5/25/94 A 1 N J56 
H 2 6/18/34 A I N S82 



S 2 5/31/84 C 1 



S 2 5/25/94 A 6 G 043 

H 2 5/21/84 A 4 L 



H 2 U/17/84 A 12 



S 2 5/31/84 C 



S 2 11/14/84 C 



H 2 7/24/84 A 



S 2 5/03/94 C 6 N 

H 2 U/Oa/84 A 23 P N L41 



S 2 


1/18/84 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/15/94 


B 


I P 


N 046 


S 2 


3/15/94 


C 


I P 


N C60 


S 2 


4/13/94 


B 


7 P 


N 


H 2 


4/19/94 


B 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/01/94 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/09/84 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


5/09/P4 


C 


I 


N L41 


M 2 


5/10/94 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/I1/B4 


A 


15 


N 


H 1 


5/11/94 


6 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/13/94 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


5/16/84 


B 


4 


N 


S 2 


5/22/94 


B 


4 


N 


S 2 


5/30/94 


A 


12 


J 


H 2 
H 2 


6/02/94 
6/06>94 


B 

A 


3 
1 


N 

N 


S 2 


6/06/94 


A 


8 P 


N 


S 2 


6/07/94 


A 


I 


N C50 


H 2 


6/08/84 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


6/19/94 


C 


3 


N 


H 2 


9/ll/"4 


A 


3 


N 


H 2 


10/05/94 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


10/18/94 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 

H ? 


10/18/94 
10/t 9/94 


A 
A 


12 
L2 — 


N 


"S 2 


10/h>9V 


TT 


-7 


J 


S 2 


10/25/A4 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


10/26/84 


A 


20 


N 


S 2 


10/27/94 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


10/27/84 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


11/01/94 


B 


3 


N 


S 2 


11/01/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


11/07/94 


A 


13 


N 


S 2 


II /07/94 


A 


9 


N 


H 2 


U/08/94 


B 


5 P 


N 


H 2 


11/20/84 


B 


8 


N 


S 2 


. 4/04/94 


C 


8 P 


N 



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MAN WALKING ON t-SS HIT. KILL'O 3Y ? TRUCKS H ? <./;>(./«<. 

PEOESTKIAN DIES " | ^/js/st 



I N 

I N 
CABROLL, ALBERT LEE 

PVStii"' "^^ 5"°!' "< "lOUTH ■lURI'lG NIGHTCLUB ARGUMENT H 2 lO/Q'i/84 B 1 N AS4 

CARROLL IS IN STABLE CONDITION 5 | io/05/8<l CI Jj '^* 

CARROLL* BER'-IARD JAMES DR- 

aOARO WARY OF PSYCHIATRIST PLAN u 7 1/77/Bi. n s u noi 

S7S^92iTf*yi,'P^r,'*ff2^°.!^Kf!?,"5"''= i-" '"^^ '"' psychiatric diagnoses h s i /io/?J 5 <, n b30 

BIO TESTS CALLED -NEW FRONTIER- FOR MENTALLY ILL S I U/IO/B'^ A 3 N J56 



Carroll, dehfy hayne (deceased) 
obituary 



C4''S0N, WILLIAM LEMUEL "KIT" ICHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 



Carter, gertpude garden (hillsborojghi 
obituary 



2 H/lO/B'i A 3 N J56 

2 6/07/8'. C 15 







CARROLL. LALA ROUKH PULLEY (DECEASED) 

°'"^""'^ H 2 2/22/8'. B 

CARROLL. RONNIE GERALD 

ARREST COUNT STANDS AT 17 IN CONTINUING DRUG CASES H 2 3/07/B'. 3 1 N AS^i 

CARROLL. ROY 

N.C. LEADS REGION IN PRIVATE SCHOOL AID H 2 ')/l3/a<. A 4 L 

CARROLL. SAM (RACE CAR DRIVER) 

CARROLL SET IN PRO-STOCKS S 2 './20/S', 2 N C09 

CARSON. AL 

fi"^,"''-''"^ BRIOUETTES - ANY TIME IS RIGHT FOR BARBECUE S 2 2/22/8'. B ( 1( rnfl 

FOLKS ABOUND HERE: WITH THE OUTDOOR SET •'Oclic b 2 |/||/84 B 1 J C09 

BE prepared: SEAFOOD SEASON'S COMING S | 4/18/84 B 1 U C09 

CARSON. MARY 

CARSON IN PROJECT S 2 7/21/84 A 3 N 

CARSON. PHILIP G. (ASHEVILLEI 

?5i?t!f,^. Kt!9°'- J*S56S 1ST STE' WITH UNC GOVERNORS S 2 7/27/84 A 1 N rnS 

CARSON HEADS UNC GOVERNORS BOARD H 7 7/28/84 A (ON u?l 

UNC SEARCH GROUP IS FORMING ? I iJ^^^^J 5 } "^ K ,"IS 



S 2 12/06/84 a I N L38 
2 2/13/84 B 7 G 



CARSTENS. CHARLES J. (AVERY CO.) 

TAR HEEL WANTS TO BECOME CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT H 2 2/02/84 A 19 N 

CARTER. AMY 

•JUST ANOTHER SENIOR' SCOUTS BLUE HEAVEN H 2 10/24/84 B 1 N K45 

CARTER. AMY PERRY (DUKE ST.) 

HAN. 23, CHARGED WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT H 2 11/01/84 C II N 

CARTER. C. E. 

DR. VINE DEFENDED H 2 1/30/34 A 4 L 

CARTER. CAROLYN 

A;r:iR"?iT?^??FJVEu^?r"^^° II W'i\ r rsi? 

CITY IS STILL SEARCHING FOR ASSISTANT MANAGER S f V,\V,A. r N lln 

NEW ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER EXPECTED TO BE NAMED SOON S 2 \ZnVnX C 1 N M69 
CARTER. CHESTER F. 

GARDENER SPEI40S HOURS ON YARD H 2 

CARTER. DWAYNE ANDERSON 

BROTHERS ARRESTED ON DRUG CHA'GFS H j 



1/15/84 E 10 P U 
8/12/84 B 13 N 

2 6/24/84 3 2 



CARTER. HERBERT (DURHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY) 

HOUSING AUTHORITY. GROCERS HELP NEEDY S j 12/01/84 A 4 L 

CARTER. HORACE (TABOR CITY JOURNALIST) 

WINNER OF PULITZER PRIiE FINDS WRITING STILL OFFERS ADVENTURE... H 2 3/26/84 3 P U H45 

CARTFR. JAMES (FOOTBALL COACH) 

if'S^^ CSE^OF^MSlR^is" sSn*'"^ °'' "^^ " ? 9/22/F4 P 2 N M71 

I( b A LSE OF FATHER VS. SON H 2 11/08/64 1 P U M71 

CARTER. JIMMY (POESIOENT) 

?-;?$^!;''-'^*'*^f'' 'OREED on SANDINISTAS H 7 7/(7/04 A 4 P IP 

^!''IF? 5„;''S"'">"'<^e SHOWS M0N3ALE FLAW H I 7/19/8? A J 1^ 

EX-PRESIDENT CARTER TO LECTURF AT UNC u 2 8/)4/84 A 9 N 

CARTER TO SPEAK AT UNC OCT. 23 ? i VAuAl J ? K 

^iSY^.'^?g;^"TR;^''-' "'^5 " ' '/iv8%' J ? P F H49 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE . S f %',\V,Vl I ? S M ''^° 

AN UNWORTHY SCAPEGOAT ' SI ,n/ol/§4 ? i F 

WITH THE FOURTH ESTATE " | ln/??/l5 5 ^ N 

CARTER TO GIVE LECTURE TUESDAY H I IS/fi^S? ? i ^ 

EX-PRFSIOENT WILL SPEAK AT UNI TONIGHT ? I \VAV,lu 5 ! ^ 

EX-PRESIOENT WILL SPEAK AT UN: TONIGHT 1 f in/71/11 P ^ I^ 

CARTER ASKS EXPANDED WORLD VIfw % \ WlMAu a p n b4<, 

CARTER RIPS REAGAN POLICIES ? I WllJlVl r } a ^, ^^^ 

GAFFES COMMON TO ALL PRESIDENTS I | S/7B/8t P S H H49 

CARTER LIBERALS LOVE TO TAX u I M/nl/RA ? 1 » U H49 

CARTER'S SPEECH TO HE SHOWN c ? fwSo^f? S a l. 

JUDGES: RECORDS IN PARALLEL S 2 12/27/84 S 4 E 

CARTER. KEVIN GLENN 

BROTHERS ARRESTED ON DRUG CHANGES H 2 8/12/84 B 13 N 

CARTER. NICK DR. 

NICK CARTER - A DOCTOR YUU COJLD TALK TO S j 3/02/84 8 1 P G 

CARTER. NOKOMIS (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

CARTER. RICHARD ( -11 LM I NGTO"( I 

TAR HEEL SHIPS MEDICAL AID TO COSTA RICA S j 

CARTER. ROSALYNN 

FUTURE NEWS ITEM: HONDALE NAMES V IC E- PRE S IDENTI AL CANDIDATE (CARTOON) H 2 4/30/84 A 4 T T R56 
CARTER. THOMAS 

APPEAL REJECTED IN JURDER CASE „ j 

CARTER. WARREN DANIEL (HENDERSON) 

HENDERSON MAN CHARGED IN HOLOJP 



2 10/10/84 B 5 
4/18/84 C 7 N 



CARTHAN. TIMOTHY WAYNE 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED WHILE POSTING PAL'S BAIL H 2 

CARTWRIGHT. RAE (ASHEVILLE) 



1/13/84 3 1 

1 11/08/34 3 I 

8/09/64 3 1 



H N T H L y / A N^N^u^A^L _ ■^^J^o^^^J ay names "uUAl 



OfATH row: inmates NEARLY KILLED FORMER FEMALE GUARD 

CARTY. MAkTY (GUILFORD CO. MEDICAL SPECIALIST! 

MEDICAL AIDE HAS SAVED 30 HEA1T-4TTACK VICTIMS 

■^'""^FDR^SUCCESSFUL SHOTS. THE BOWS GOT TO FIT 

CARVER* RRi^NT 

DETECTIVE UORK BROUGHT THEM T3GETHER 

CARVER. GEORGE I OUK E U. SPORTS HALL OF FAME! 

FOUR BLUE DEVILS NAMED TO SCHDOL'S HALL OF FAME 

"''''-?io''SlSn^ATsi''nNE"REi5BflCA'N'vlE FOR 2N0 DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN 

four blue devils named to school's hall of fame 
bSnkheao°S£ts win record; heimtzelman extends golf lead 

CARVER. HERLIE ATHATER (CHAPEL HIL. 1 
OBITUARY 

CAPVER. MICHAEL THOMAS ICHAPEL HILL I 
MAN HELD IN THEFT FROM UNC 00^ M 

CARVER. PAT (ROXHUROl 

UNANSWERED QUESTIONS 

CARVER. PALPH (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CARVER. VEN • 

EDITOR DID JOB WELL 
HERALD EDITOR SINGS THE lO-K 9LUES 

'■*''^^CATEREr'rEPORTS KOBBERY. KION'PPING DURING DELIVERY 

CASAOEI. ELETRA (FASHION DESIGNER! ,,„„= 

^" E(.ETRA'S prom DRESSES WILL LliHT UP THE FLOOR 

CASEROLT.pHIRAM^J. ^^^^j^j EX-POTEMTATE OF VENDETTA 

'■^^^''hILLSOOPOUGH EDITORIAL APPRECIATED 
GERMINU LETTER CALLED UNFAIR 

CASEY. H. CRAIG DR. 
CASEY GETS POST 

CASEY. JIM (MORGANTONl (DECEASED! ^ „^„ ., ^,-,_ 

TWO KILLED AS N.C. PLANES COLLIDE OVER FOOTBALL FIELD 

"""^^"bLEiSiO^OF TALENTS HELPS COORDI-IATE THE END FESTIVAL 

CASH. LOUIS HARVEY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CASH. STEPHEN RUSSELL (WAKE FOREST) (DECEASED! 
TWO DIE IN FRANKLIN COUNTY AC:IDENIS 
2 DIE IN FRANKLIN COUNTY ACCIDENTS 

CASHWeLL. PAT 

SHE HAD -BEGINNER'S LUCK ■ 

CASPER. DON 

C?RJB5Kl!l''sruSYSl!i0Ws''T0WN"HAs'00NF HELL IN HELPING HANDICAPPED 
PAY RAISES URGED FOR CAPRBORO WORKERS 

CONSIDER HOW TAX DOLLARS WILL BE SPENT 

CASSFDAY. JOHN H. 

BAT HEARING RESEARCH VALUABLE 

CASSIDY. JONAS (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CASTLEBEPRY. ERNEST R. 

I ENTER GUILTY PLEA IN CASTLE3EPRY CASE 
NURSE GETS SERVICE FINE ^^^^ 

CASTLEBERRY CHARGES ARE DROPPED 

"^'^"-cSISHes OF^lRSONfMUROER DROPPED AGAINST CASTLEBERRY 
CASTLEBERRY CHARGES ARE DROPPED 

CASTLEBERRY. JAMES ^„ ,. ,, 

LAND DISPUTE LEADS TO SUIT 

CASTLEBERRY. JESSIE HENLY 
OBITUARY 

CASTLEBERRY, LESSIE LEE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CASTLEBEPRY. ROBERT JACKSON (RALEISH! 

AVEPY TRIAL TOPPED • a^ COURT DRAMA 

Z ENTER GUILTY PLEA IN CASTLEBERRY CASE 

CHARCES^OF iRSON^MSRnlp DROPPED AGAINST CASTLEBERRY 
CASTLEBERRY CHARGES ARE DROPPED 

'^"^""cSIrGeL OF^aSsON^'mURDER DROPPED AGAINST CASTLEBERRY 

CASTNE". TONY (CABLEVISION! 

CA6LEVISI0N FIRM 'bEING STOLES BLIND' ^„„,,„, 

PLAYBOY PR(5sPECT UPSETS COUNCIL. CHURCH GROUPS 
CABLEVISION ADDING 3 CHANNELS 
PLAYBOY CHANNEL OFFERING DELAYED 
CABLEVISION DROPS PLAN FOR PLAYBOY 



SUNSPOTS TO AFFECT CABLEV SIOM "e^EPIION 
PLAYBOY CHANNEL NOT OEAfl ISSU- - CABLE MANAGER 
CABLEVISION BEGINS WAR ON C I TY S ILLEGAL USERS 
CABLE IV RATES RISING ON JAN. 1. "ANAGER SAYS 
LACK OF NOTICE ON CABLE INCREASE IRKS OFFICIAL 

CASTON. GWENDOLYN 



S I 
F E L 
DATE C PG L 


T 
Y 
P BYL 


2 "./ZJ/B". C 8 


N 


2 3/l'i/8'i A 12 


N 


2 9/23/B<. C 12 P 


N 


2 12/09/8<i E 2 P 


F CB 


2 2/07/8'. B 2 P 


N 


2 2/07/8". B I 
2 2/07/8<, B 2 P 
2 2/09/8A B 3 
2 "./IS/Bi. B 9 P 


N 0'.6 
N 
N 
N 


2 2/29/6'. B ID 





2 1/27/6'. C 1 


N 


2 U/Sl/S". A '. 


L 


2 l/16/8<. A 9 





2 8/17/8'. A <. 
2 10/l'>/6<. A I P 


L 

F CL9 


2 7/22/8'. 8 I 


N 


( 2 10/26/6'. B 2 f 


F H'.S 


H 2 './18/6'. B 1 


N S82 


^ 2 8/28/8<. A '. 
^ 2 10/22/8A A A 


L 
L 


S 2 l/2'./a'. B I 


N 


H 2 10/12/8'. A 1 


N 


H 2 6/22/8'. B 2 


P F H',5 


H 2 8/23/8'. A 20 





H 2 9/17/8'. a 1 
S 2 <l/\.7/e', C 2 


N 



H 2 9/16/eA E 12 


P U G78 


H 3 5/09/8'. C 1 
H 2 8/23/B'. D 5 
H 2 ll/2'./6<, A 5 


N 

N H90 
N H9a 


H 2 './16/8'. A '. 


L 


H 2 './D6/8'. A 6 


N 


H 2 3/25/8'. a 2 





S 2 1/19/8'. C 1 
S 2 1/20/8'. A 3 
S 2 './ID/n', C 1 


N 
N 
N 


H 2 './10/8'. A I 
S 2 './lD/8'. C 1 


P N S32 
N 


H 2 6/20/8', B 1 


N 


H 2 l/ll/a<, C 7 





H 2 12/31/8'. B 12 





H2 l/0 2/8<.A 1 
S 2 1/19/B', c 1 
S 2 1/20/8'. A 3 
H 2 './in/8'. A I 
S 2 './lO/B'. C 1 


N S82 
N 
N 
P N S82 
N 


H 2 './10/B'. A I 


P N 582 


H 2 3/16/"'. B 1 
H 2 5/24/8A A 1 
S 2 5/2'./8A B I 
S 2 5/31/8'. C 1 
H 2 6/01/8'. A 1 
H ' 6/02/8'. C 1 
H 2 6/05/8'. A A 
H 2 9/19/R'. B 1 
H 2 9/20/8A A 1 
S 2 10/D8/PA A 7 
H 2 ll/15/°<. B 1 
S 2 11/16/8'. A 
H 2 I2/0I/8'. C 1 
S 2 12/06/6'. B 1 


N A54 
N 551 
N K9D 
N K9D 
N 881 
N B8I 
E 

N S51 
N SSI 
N M69 
N 551 
N C60 
»l SSI 
N M69 



MONTHLY/4 



N N U A L 

i/oi/a* 



INDEX 



NAMES 



P«r.e S3 

1/14/B5 



DUKE HRDERED TO TAKE STEPS TO INSURE FAIR J'^B TREATMENT 

0. FinEL 

JESSt JACKSON. THE MYTH, HON lASTRO CONCESSIONS 

NEkl CASTHG7 NOT LIKELV l.u •.^c 5 3 i u li 

CASTRO THE SMUG WINNER 

CATES. A. RONEY 

CATES TO GET AWARD 

CATES. ANGELO 

DRUG LINK INVFSTIGATEO IN SLAYINGS 
". FACE NARCOTICS ARRESTS 
RAIDS LEAD TO FOUR ARRESTS 

CATES. ANTHONY LEE ( H I LLS60RCUGH I 

TWO TEENS ARRESTED ON BURGLARY CHARGES 

CATES. BETTY 

COUPLE HAVE EYES ON FUTURE 

CATES. BILL R. 

SURVEY OF COUNTY TEACHERS AN IMPROPOIETY 

?rRi5T:'-^PuSr!c'°s5sjo^v';jii§?D^'A^;R"sis 'hTh^'' '"^^° ""^'"^ 

CATES. OFWEY WINSTON 
OBITUARY 



•BILL" (DECEASEDl 



CATES. ppKOTHY LEE BUCHANAN lOECEASEOI 
08 1 T UA R Y 

CATES. ELVIN H. (HILLSBOROUGH I lOECEASEOI 
uB I TU'*KY 

'•*^^5.FL0Y0( BURLING TON I IDECEASET I 

BURLINGTON MAN KILLED! MEBANE RESIDENT HELD 

CATES. FRED S. 

JUDGE ORDERS WATER SERVICE RE':T0RFD 
fJe"cJte?'dEN1E?"cJ?^;^E^ INDUSTRIAL RECRUITMENT PANEL 

cSfi^'-eEAviN^/pSSE^p- *""' '°" '■-"""^'* 

INDUSTRY WANTS SPEEDWAY LAND, EX-MAYOR SAYS 

RF7nNTS^'^??^,^,c°?o?i;;?""'vl°'"^ CHANGE FOR SPEEDWAY LAND 
?..i°I'II:'9 ISSUE SPARKS ANGRY WVLKOUT BY TWO 
INDUSTRIAL PROSPECT REVFALS HENTITY TO TOWN 
INDUSTRY HANTS TO USE PART OF VACANT BUILDING 

CATES. GEORGE W. 
OBITUARY 

'•"'^^^r^aj'JM^oi;*'-'-"^^ IHILLSBOROUGHI lOECEASEOI 

GATES. MARSHALL 

HACKNEY. CATES ^ILE FOR UFFIC^ 

S.';Jf.5 = l*'II''S ORANGE SCHOOL BOARD PACE 

INCUM=1ENTS BATTLE CHALLENGERS 

Jrlrl^^P?"- '"°"'" SPLIT CONCERNS CHALLENGERS 

"AA^SN'-SCHSof^Si'ARB ""°"'- ""° "'"' ^""'° "*^ '"•'-°SE 

MRS. HAAS EXPECTS SCHOOL CHANSES 



CATES. OSBORNE 
DBI TUARY 



I DECEASED! 



CATES, WILLIE J. 

N.C.. VA. GOVERNORS AT OOOS AT PIPELINE HEARING 

''"^^^^=fS!'f„E^"'SON IHILLSBOROUGHI lOECEASEOI 
Ud I T Ua R Y 

CATO, MARY H. IRALEIGHI 

PREVENT DRUNKS FROM DRIVING 

CATOE, JIMt'Y RODGER (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



c 
D 


DATE 


S 
E 
C 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


2 


8/0<,/B<. 


C 


3 


N 


2 
2 
2 


6/30/8'. 
7/03/P<> 
7/07/8* 


A 
A 
A 


4 


F 
E 
E 


2 


<./13/8<i 


A 


13 


N 



H 2 12/20/8<, A 1 N A5<. 

S 2 12/20/84 C 1 N A<,7 

H 2 12/21/84 A 21 N 

H 2 12/17/84 B I N M51 

H 2 4/08/84 E 3 P F M95 



H 2 5/01/84 A 4 
H 2 11/13/84 A 4 
H 2 11/13/84 A 4 



H 2 2/13/84 B 7 

H 2 1/04/34 A 7 

H 2 2/06/84 B 7 

H 1 12/08/84 C 1 



H 2 

H 3 

S 1 

S 1 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 



H 2 
H 2 



H 3 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 3 

S 2 

M 3 



1/07/84 
l/l"'/84 
1/20/84 
2/02/°4 
2/10/84 
3/03/84 
3/0<l/P4 
3/20/84 
5/23/04 
6/05/84 



12/21/84 C 14 
9/18/84 A 8 



1/10/84 6 1 

1/10/64 A 6 

5/05/84 A 11 

5/06/84 D 3 

5/09/84 C I 

5/09/84 A 13 

5/10/84 B 1 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



5/04/84 C 8 

2/09/84 B 1 

3/14/34 8 5 

11/26/84 A 4 

12/28/84 A 12 



N M36 

N W36 
N 
N 

N W36 

N W36 

N WS*. 

N H36 

H '-(36 

N K45 







N 

N 

N H90 

N H90 

N H9 

N H60 

N H90 



CATRON, SIEVE (HINSTON-SALFHI 

CYCLISTS SAY FRIENDS CAN BE G300 MEDICINE 

CAUDLE, JULIA 

16 DUKE ALUMNI NAMED FO" AWARD 

CAUOLE. STFVEN I F A YE T TE V I LLE I 

16 PEOPLE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

CAULOER. STEVEN HOWARD 

?V5StT„?'*?l=9II^=^'? i^E'^S "I STA=,bING DEATH 
STABBING DEATH BRINGS 30-YEAR SENTENCE 

CAUSBY. GENE (WAKE CO. I 

SCHOOL BOARD IS CRITICIZED fO\ MEETING 

CAVIEL. CABVIN GERODE 

STATE MEDICAL LICENSING UPHELD AS • IR lOOLOG I ST • LOSES HIS APPEAL 
CAVIN. WADE 

f5!-,'5? AOUUNO here: LIFE IN OUl HAM 

CAVIN GIVES TIFFANY CLOCK TO JNIVERSITY 

CAVINESS. AL 

RTP GROUP EYES CONTAMINANTS 

CAMTHORNE, RICKY IZEPULONI 

THREE FACE CHARGES OVER STOLEM GOODS 

CayTON. L. MICHAEL IBUTNERI 

CAYTON HEADS BUTNER SCHOOL 

DILLON School in butner gets mew director 

CECEPE. JAKE 

CECERE'S REUNION BECAME ESCAPE FROM GRENADA 

CECIL. ROBERT IJUOGEI 

2 MFN CHALLENGE STATE SUPRE'<E COURT JUSTICES 
flVS^I II^V^I,,?I^^S*"'""= OBOE' FOR ANOtIeP JURIST 
mnrt ih ?,^y^?r,^9 2'-°'^" J"""^- "OM JAILING MAN 
i'^?E-!L?^^iS'J? jAci'^JJpSc'fs'f "■' """"^^ 
CONVICTED HAVE RIGHT OF APPEAl 



S 2 11/14/84 B 1 P 
H 2 9/20/84 C 9 
H 2 11/10/84 A 1 1 



S 2 2/20/84 A 1 N F30 
H 2 2/21/84 B 1 N 582 



H 2 6/20/84 A 1 
H 2 7/18/84 A 7 



H 2 3/16/94 B I n 
S 2 12/01/84 A 3 



S 2 10/30/84 C 1 
S 2 8/13/84 A 8 



S 2 5/05/84 A 17 
H 2 5/U/84 a 1 



H 2 1/08/84 B 9 



H 7 2/04/84 A 1 3 N 

S 2 3/07/84 C 1 1 N 

H 2 3/08/84 A 15 N 

H 2 . 4/01/84 BIO N 

S 2 4/28/84 A 3 G H05 

S 2 4/30/84 CI G H05 



MONTHLY/. N^.^U^J^L _ I.-^^O^E^J 



INSANITY OPINIONS V«RY 

JOKOAN GETS NARROW LEAD OVER STEJART 

MARTIN PLEASED WITH HIS VICTORY 

''^''""CAMPa'iGN^To'pREVENT PREWATUPE tJIRTHS MAT0R6S 

HOSPITALS STILL USE TREATMENT FOR MORNING SICKNESS CASES 

'""'^'sOIJTH'^AFR'iCAN""SPEAKER STRESSES UNITY OF BLACKS 

CHACEt F. ". (DURHAM WILDLIFE CLUBl 

GUN CLUB NO bOTHER TO NEIGH>10»S 
OBITUARY 

CHAOWICK, DAVID AND RUBY 
TO BE ON PROGRAM 
DURHAM COUPLE TO APPEAR ON PRDGRAM 

CHAOWICK.^RAY^^ PLAYERS ALIVE IN MAJORS 

CHADWICK. VIHLA MARIE (DECEASED] 
OBITUARY 

ROOSEVELIf FERRARO WOULD OE C1MPATIBLE 

"'""■''fHREE IxIcuTIONS SCHEDULED IN N.C. DURING MARCH 

CHALMER^t STEVEN W. 

YFAR-OLDi ANTI-CRIME EFFORT ROLLING 

CHAMBEPLAIN. EDWIN R. 

MALL'S LOUO MUSIC AS BAD AS TEEN'S 

CHAMBERLAIN, «*;ETT^JR.j^^ pjvDAY AT THE OLD 'BUZZARD'S ROO'^T ■ 
JOB OPENINGS ATTRACT CROWD OF APPLICANTS 

CHAMBERLAIN, RICKY ATLAS „,,,.,^ „.. .^ o.,, 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED WHILE POSTING PAL'S BAIL 

CHAMBERS, ANNIE MAF (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

CHAMBERS. CORA WRIGHT (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CHAMBEOS, EOGAB FONZIE (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CHAMBERS, EVERETT (ASHEBOROI 

HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPER CLEARE:) 

CHAMBERS, JERRY L. „ ^„^^ 

LIBERATION THROUGH KNOWLEDGE 

CHAMBERS, JULIUS L. , .,, 

DISTINGUISHED GRAO TO SPEAK AT NCCU 
CHAMBERS TO SPEAK AT FOUNDER'S DAY , „ „ 

CHAMBERS RAPS REAGAN AT NCCU FOUNDER'S DAY 
GAINS BY BLACK THREATENED - CHAMBERS 

CHAMBERS. "APTIN REED REV. ( W INSTON -S ALEM I (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHAMBERS, TERRY BENSON 

TECH HIRES CHAMBERS 

CHAMBERS, HALTER ANDERSON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHAMBLISS. JOSEPH B. (CLINTON LAWYER) 
STATE BAR MAY ADOPT AUDIT POLICY 

CHAMPION, CAL L. (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CHAMPION, CYNTHIA BEAVER (SHELBY) 
WOMAN DIES IN AUTO BLAZE 

CHAMPION, DOUGLAS P. 

HUNT DISAVOWS HOW-TO-BOW-OUT <EMO 
GOVERNOR SHOULD FIRE AIDE 

CHAN, FRANCIS 

CARRBORO BALKS ON LANDFILL DEAL 

CHANCE, FR = OERICK TAYLOR ( H ILLSBORDUGH I (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHANDLER, GORDON ,,, ,„ ^ , 
BETHESDA, REDWOOD GET TRUCKS 

CHANDLER, LIK'DA 

CANDIDATES FILE FOR TWO BOARDS 
CHANCLER FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD 
EDUCATORS PICK CHALLENGERS 
MIGHT SPENDS »OST FUNDS IN 301 RD RACE 



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ON (AD) 

sc'houl"canoi'dates eye 'board's'role 

^i^i?'ECT°f?^DA°?r^iilNj;:r.i'JKH'AS%5N?^%0ARD OF EDUCATION (AD. 
DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

ENDORSEMENTS BACKFIRED IN SCHOOL BOARD RACE „^ 

FIFfTinN RETURNS Il< DURH AM r QJ NT Y : FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

I iSciSBENTS TO REMAIN ON SCH10L BOARD: LANDING TO REPLACE PROUGHTON. 

LANDING SOLE CHALLENGER TO WH SCHOOL SEAT -„.,-, ,,,.c 

YEAGEoT LOWE'S GRCIV= ELEMENTARY MAY BE TOO VALUABLE TO CONTINUE 

A B'^LATED WORD OF APPB EC I A T I OJ . . . L I NO A S. CH ANOLER . . . I AD) 

BDARO ASKEO TO GIVE UP PART 0"^ SCHOOL DISTRICT 

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DENIES R u^ OR 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS DEFEND SEMUWR EXPENSE 

BOARD DIDN'T FUND 'RELIGIOUS' TRIP 

BOARD NFEOS POLICY ON PAYING = OR JUNKETS 

SCHOOL BOARD "EMBER DIDN'T EX'ECr FLAK 

SCHOOL BOARD SHOULD CLARIFY Tl AVEL ''OLICY _„„_,- 

COUNTY SCHOOLS RETAIN JUKISOrTIUN OVER FINLEY FOREST 

MAYBE SOMETHING 'IS BROKE' 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MAY VOTE IN 3U0GcT totoc 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER CHANS ING ITS POLICY ON TRIPS 



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RESIGNATION IS URGED 

MRS. CHANDLER ILL-TREATED 5 2 lD/02/n<. C I N L3H 
HEADING OrP TROIJbLE H ? la/03/H<t 



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SHE EXCELS IN SERVICE " ^ 10/10/P4 

SCHOOL BOARD MULLS MEETINGS PAY " ? ID/lO/n* A 4 L 

SCHOOL BOARD EYES TRAVEL POLICY " ^ 10/16/84 A 1 H M24 

MEET THE AUTHOR "i- i^ i 5 j 10/16/84 8 1 N L3B 

SCHOOL BOARD TRAVEL POLICY VIEWED AS POSITIVF ^TFn ' " ^ 10/2H/54 ? N 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES P OL ICY ON "ONE Y FOR MF FT TNr ^ 5 ? 11/05/14 A I N L33 

PUBLISHING FOR CHILDREN I S • G? ATI FY I Ng! f??|rieScE^ [] | l[/??^SJ J 1 P N W24 
CHANDLER. MATT 

CRAMPS END CHANDLER'S CITY-COJNTY UPSET BID 



CHANDLER, PRESTON FEW (DURHAM] 
ORI TUARY 

CHANDRA, SURESH IN.C. ACT STATE UNIV.] 

DEAN AT ACT DEFENDS KATIO IN ENGINEERING 



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CHANEY, RICHARD G. 

g'5J"p;^%Sru;R;iiiS'=^5Si?^5ip°'*-'"^ ""5T OF PROSPECTS H2 6/18/.4 

LOBBYING BEGINS FOR DURHAM JUDGESHIP APPOINTMENT ^ | ln/"/2i J i S ^.H 

CHANEY, STEPHEN OR. ( UNC-CH 1 

SPEAKER: LUPUS PATEINTS SHOULD EAT BALANCED MEALS 
CHANEY, WILLTAM ROBERT 

DURHAM MAN FACES CHECK COUNT 
CHAPLIN, CHARLIE 

•CHAPLIN LUST AND FOUND' 

CHAPMAN, BUDDY 

MAN SAYS HE HELPED BUY VOTES 

4 MEN ACuUITTED OF BUYING VOTF s " 2 5/04/84 

H 2 5/05/84 
CHAPMAN, CHA"LES F. (OUR. CO. HOSPITAl r OR P 1 

HOSPITAL GETS JOB-FMPNESS OFFICER 

DURHAM HOSPITAL'S HIRING PLAN PROGRESSING S i ,^^'2^"' ^ ' " " - '" 



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CHAPMAN, DAVID (GOLFFRl 

NEHLYWEDS PLAN TO START A NEW LIFE IN ORLANDO, FLA. 
CHAPMAN, DON (GOLFER! 

ex-DURHAH GOLFER IS SI22LIN' IN TEXAS 



2 12/24/84 CI N J56 
2 3/18/84 E 2 P F Mq5 
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Chapman, r. graoy (SToney pointi 
man says he helped buy votes 

4 MEN ACUUITTED OF BUYING vaT=S "2 5/04/84 A 27 

u i^u vji.i ^ J 5/U5/84 A 16 

CHAPMAN, TIMOTHY 

HAN SAYS HE HELPED BUY VOTES 

4 MEN ACaUITTEO OF BUYING VIDTES ■ " ^ 5/04/84 A 22 

H 2 5/05/84 A 10 

H 2 7/12/84 A 16 



CHAPPELL, BELINDA SATTERFIELD (R0X30RG1 (DECEASED! 
CAR ROLLS, KILLING ROXSORO HO'-AN ' "':'-t a^cui 

CHAPPELI^, CATHERINE BRYAN (DECEASEII 

OB I TUARY 



OBITUARY H 2 4/22/84 C ? 

DURHAM NEEDS TO KEEP TOUCH WITH PAST " 2 4/23/84 9 6 



CHAPPELL, CHARLES LESLIE 

DURHAM HAN FACES SIX DRUG CHANGES 
CHAPPELL, CLIFF 

SENIOR PLAYERS PROVE WORTH 

CHAPPELL, OIANE 

THEY HAD THEIR OhN PRIVATE CUPID IN FBIENO 

'^"""oBITuIr?"'^ ELLIS "BELLE" (DE'-EASEO! 

CHAPPELL, FRED 

II;Ii'J5 PROVE CPLLAROS CAN IN-,PIRF PilFTRY 

fSI?s-S£;lt^sf^ri^SU-iVhR?^S^^^?Rr:Kl^r?0°5?SD'^"JlffiR5MEET. 
CHAPPELL, Gail and CLINTON 

MYSTERY PLANT CONTINUES TO SPARK CONVERSATION 
CHAPPELL, WILLIAM 

NEXT WAR WILL END ALL OF OUR 'ROBLEMS , 

CHARBQNEAU, JOE (BASEBALL PLAYER! 

i^J'MfefUCEJS SHOT WITi; PIRATES 

SAY IT AIM'T SO, JOF... - .,^.., ., u j „ -. , , 

CHABBONEAU AIMING FOR MAJOR LEAGUE FENCES • " ^ 4/20/8., C 1 P N -7 [ 

CHARLES, L0REN20 ' ' '''''" ° ' " " ^'O 

),J,5^li^ CHATLES THINKING OF TJHNING PRO 

S=l„9f ^"^i- '^LDEN DAYS IJXNING PRO „ j 2/05/84 C 1 P N M7 1 

Mj^?';i^^A„;i°''°"' ''»"< ALL-ACC, ALL-AMERICA " ^ 2/26/84 C 2 P P F70 

y.'F„h;^°?''*'' PLAYER OF THE YEaR "''txHA „ ^ 3/06/84 D 1 » N 

nuPSnS TRYING TO FIND CHARLES SOME HELP I I 3/06/84 1 P N t 

UNC pug MAKE 1ST TEAM "" " ""'"'^ S 2 3/07/84 1 P U D18 '1 

f2'2^J5 ^'""5 IN SCRIHMAG= S 2 3/14/84 1 P N 

SSSl'tJ^' '^"^'' LOOKING TO PREY ON THE CAMELS ^ 2 U/05/,14 11 N 1 



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'-"""-r!.Il^?;5"°6S (ISUI CHI HSIL! 

CHAPLIE TWO SHOES REUNITED WITH TFACHER FOR CEREMONY 
CHARNS, MARK ALEXANDER 

°.T^r.o''Ttirof, ^'i\Vi,hrH°d'. ""' =«°^"^'" ^-^"-^ h 2 8/26/84 ? 1 n 5,2 

CHASTAIN, CH»ISriNE 

VOLUNTEERS FROM DURHAM COUNTY TO BE RECOGNIZED 

^"""c':;iT£iS'^S5Suf:c^SRii^"aiSrs^S^^'^^5Ei?D^}°^"«^^' 

CHAVIS, BEfl 

CHAVIS CRITICUES JEWISH GROUP AGAINST JACKSON 
CHAVIS, HOWARD THOMAS 

MAN DIES OUTSIDE OXFORD POOL HALL 



2 9/05/84 A 4 E 

2 9/27/84 A 6 

2 7/27/84 A 6 

2 3/01/84 C 22 

2 2/21/84 B 7 



MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 



NAMES 



INSANITY OPINIONS VARY 

jnnnAN GETS NARROW LEAD OVER STEWART 

MARTIN PLEASED WITH HIS VICTORY 

CEFALOt HQ'IE'JT C- OR. 

ssrpti^Ls'"sT?;rs's^ 'iinr^i'k'i th'k"ih..TiT\]c..iss cases 

CHABAKU,^«nTLALEPULA^^^^^^ STRESSES UNITY OF BLACKS 

CMACE. F. ". (OUBHAM UILDLIFE CLUBl 

GUN CLUB NO BOTHER TO NEIGhBO'S 
OBITUARY 

CHADUICK. DAVID AND RUBY 
TO BE ON PkOGRAH 
DURHAM COUPLE TO APPEAR ON PRIIGRAM 

CrtAOWICK.^ JrEA players ALIVE IN MAJORS 

CMAOWICK, VinLA MARIE IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

'"■"*"ROOSEVEfl,"FESR;R0 -OULO BE CIMPATIBLE 



DURING MARCH 



CHALFINCH, SHELLY 

THREE EXECUTIONS SCHEDULED IN N.C. 

THALMER^t STEVEN A, 

year-old. anti-crime effort rolling 

Chamberlain, eohin r. „^. ., 

mall's loud music as bad as teen's 

CHAMBERLAIN, «>;fJf,J5,-,„ pivoiY jr THE OLD 'BUZZARD'S ROOST- 
JOB OPENINGS ATTRACT CROWD OF APPLICANTS 

^"'"''EuhHi;:'M"AJ,'^UREsVE^ WHILE POSTING PAL'S BAIL 

CHAMBERS, ANNIE MAF (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHAMBERS. CORA rtR IGHT IDECEASEDl 

obituary 

chambers. edgar fonzie (chapel hi ll i (oeceaseoi 
obituary 

Chambers, Everett (asheboroi 

highway patrol trooper clearet) 

Chambers, jerry l. „ ^„,^ 
liberation through knowledge 

chambers, julius l. , , .,^^,, 
distinguished grad to speak at nccu 
chambers to speak at founder's day , „ „ 
chambers raps reagan at nccu founder's day 
gains by black threatened - chambers 

chambers. "aptin reed rev. ( w insto^ -salem i (deceasedi 
obituary 

chambers. tepry benson 
tech hires chambers 

chambers. walter anderson (decease:)! 
obituary 

chambliss. joseph b. (clinton lawyer! 
state bar may adopt audit policy 

champion, cal l. (deceased) 
obituary 

champion, cynthia beaver (shelby] 
woman dies in auto blaze 

champion, douglas p. 

hunt disavows hoh-to-bow-out <emo 
governor should fire aide 

chan, francis 

carrboro balks on landfill deal 

chance, fr = derick taylor ( h illsbordugh ] (deceasedi 
obituary 

chandler. gordon 

bethesda, redwood get trucks 

chandler, linda 

candidates file fcr two boards 
chanolep files for school board 
educators pick challengers 

HIGHT SPENDS MOST FUNDS IN 301 RD RACE 

CANDIDATE C>LLS_FOR LfVY^DF J2 ;^?^ '^?.i"9?,V Jmoo 

SCl- 

vnT^ . w.. w . - - - _ 

SCHOOL CANOIDAIFS eye BOARD'S ROLE 

li'::i2'ECT°f?3DA°?r^hiNiLiR'DU^H'Arhli5K?^'BOARD OF EDUCATION (AD) 

OURHAM_cpyNTY_SCMg(JL_BOARD_ ^^ ^^^ 

'" """ ""' ^ Q0(_ qOARO 

REPLACE PROUGHTON. 

EAGE^t L0W''rGR0V="'ELEMF'NTiiY'JlAraE'T(30 VALUABLE TD CONTINUE 
A B'LATEO WORD OF 4PPR EC I A T I 0< . . . L INO A S. CH ANOL ER ...(•> "> 
BTARD ASKEO TO GIVE UP PART 0"^ SCHOOL DISTRICT 
SChdoL BOARD MEMBER DENIES PU-^OR 
SCHOOL OFFICIALS DEFEND SEMINVR EXPENSE 
BOARD DIDN'T FUND 'RELIGIOUS' tPIP 
BOARD NFEDS POLICY ON PAYING = OR JUNKETS 
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DIDN'T EX'ECT FHK 

SCHOOL BOARD SHOULD CLARIFY T1 AVEL "OL'^Y , -„.ctT 

COUNTY SCHOOLS RETAIN JUHISDItTUN OVER F INLEV FOREST 
MAYBE SOMETHING 'IS BROKE' 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MAY VOTE IN BUOGcT roroc 

SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER CHANS ING ITS POLICY ON TRIPS 



CANDIDATE CALLS FOR LFVY OF 20-CENT SCHOOL TAX 
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS PREFER CURRENT CURRICULUM SETUP 
SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES LIST tHANCES FOR SYSTEM .„,,..,,„ 

VOTE FOR LINDA S. CHANDLER: DJRH4M COUNTY BOARD OF EOUCATIOi 



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RESIGNATION IS URGED 

MRS. CHANDLER ILL-TREATED 

HEADING OrP TROIIbLE 

PUT COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD TRIPS ISSUE TO FINAL REST 

MRS. CHANDLER IS DEDICATED '= " 

SHE EXCELS IN SERVICE 

SCHOOL BOARD HULLS MEETINGS PAY 

SCHOOL BOARD EYES TRAVEL POLICY 

MEET THE AUTHOR 



SCHOOL BOAKD TRAVEL POLICY VIEWED AS Pn^rTrvp ^Tcn 
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES P OL ICY ON HONE Y FOR ^P FT TMr 
PUBLISHING FOR CHILDREN I S • G5 AT I FYI NG EXpIrIENCE^ 



CHANDLER. "ATT 

CRAMPS END CHANDLER'S CITY-COJNTY UPSET BID 

CHANDLER, PRESTON FEW I DURHAM 1 
OBITUARY 

CHANDRA, SURESH IN.C. ACT STATE UNIV. I 

DEAN AT ACT DEFENDS KATIO IN ENGINEERING 
CHANEY, RICHARD G. 

g'5J?;^%8ru;Riffi^^5S^?^3ip°=*«'"5 HOST OF PROSPECTS 

I fS'^5fpF^ss^DuiHirj'sgaE!'r:;iB'°' ^^°"'^ "" 

LOBBYING BEGINS FOR DURHAM JUDGESHIP APPOINTMENT 
CHANEY, STEPHEN OR. lUNC-CHi 

SPEAKER: LUPUS PATEINT5 SHOUL:i EAT BALANCED MEALS 
CHANEY, WILLIAM ROBERT 

DURHAM MAN FACES CHECK COUNT 
CHAPLIN, CHARLIE 

'CHAPLIN LOST ANU FOUND- 
CHAPMAN, BUDDY 

MAN SAYS HE HELPED BUY VOTES 

<, MFN ACQUITTED OF BUYING VOTF S 

CHAPMAN, CHA"LES F. (OUR. CO. HOSPITAI CHRP 1 
HOSPITAL GlTS job-fairness officer 
DURHAM HOSPITAL'S HIRING PLAN PROGRESSING 

CHAPMAN, DAVID IGOLFFRI 

NEWLY,<EOS PLAN TO START A NEW LIFE IN ORLA.MDO. FLA. 
CHAPMAN, DON (GOLFER) 

EX-DURHAM GOLFER IS SU2LIN' IN TEXAS 

CHAPMAN, R. GRADY (STQNEY POINT! 
MAN SAYS HE HELPED BUY VOTES 
"V MEN ACOUITTED OF BUYING VOTES 

CHAPMAN, TIMOTHY 

HAN SAYS HE HELPED BUY VOTES 

<> MEN ACQUITTED OF BUYING VOTES 

CHAPPELL, BELINDA SATTERFIELD (R0X30R0I (DECfASEDl 
CAR ROLLS, KILLING ROXSORO WO'-AN '"'='-' •^'tiji 

'^""'''ELL, CATHERINE BRYAN (DECEASED I 
UD 1 I U '* K T 
OBITUARY 
DURHAM NEEDS To KEEP TOUCH WITH PAST 

CHAPPELL, CHARLES LESLIE 

DURHAM HAN FACES SIX DRUG CHANGES 
CHAPPELL, CLIFF 

SENIOR PLAYERS PROVE WORTH 

CHAPPELL, DIANE 

THEY HAD THEIR OWN PRIVATE CUPID IN FRIEND 

'^"'"oBITuIr?"'^ ELLIS "BELLE" (DE:easeOI 

CHAPPELL, FRED 

^Ifli'!;^ PROVE CHLLARDS CAN INSPIRE POFTRV 

^gl?S-SS5lt^sf^ri^SfeT«^VhR?^S^!^jRf:K|Ji^?0°g?SD'^T"Jl^SSR5 
CHAPPELL, GAIL AND CLINTON 

MYSTERY PLANT CONTINUES TO SPARK CONVERSATION 
CHAPPELL, WILLIAM 

NEXT WAR WILL END ALL OF OUR ^iROaLEMS ( 

CHARBONEAU, JOE (BASEBALL PLAYERl 

CHARBONEAU AIMING FOR MAJOR LEAGUE FENCES ■ 
CHARLES, LORENZO 

SNrBF^^H?t2'-^L'DE'S■S'AJ^= °' '""'""' '"'° 

s^^?':^5oR82s°s^rFro^'^H*E"YJA5^^-'""■^* 

u"n'c''S3o° ZT\,]°,ll';i° ^"'«^" 50ME HELP 
fu?o!-dl SI'"'5 IN SCBIMMAGF 

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KEEPING TABS ON 'BIG BROTHER' 



ACHER FOR CEREMONY 
BIG BROTHER' SPYING 



CHASTAIN, CHRISTINE 

VOLUNTEERS FROM DURHAM COUNTY TO BE RECOGNIZED 

'"""c'::iT5iS'^s'ASuf:c^SR.i^"ais^'^!:^^"^5Ei?5^N}°^""^^' 

CHAVIS, BEM 

CHAVIS CRITICIZES JEWISH GROUP AGAINST JACKSON 
CHAVIS. HOWARD THOMAS 

MAN DIES OUTSIDE OXFORD POOL HALL 



H 2 5/07/84 A 3 P N 



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CHAVISf H. Z. OR. IN.C. ASSOC. OF JDUCATORSI 
SCHOOLS NEED FEOEPAL AID 

CHAVIS. ■<ICHAEL 

4 ESCAPEES CAPTURED 

THAVIS. mike KENMcTH ILAURINBURGl 
4 ESCAPEES CAPIUREO 

CHAVISi OOCIf LEE IRdxaOaOl lUECEASEOI 
PERSON MAN KILLED IN CASWELL JRECK 

CHEATHAM, BRUCE (NATIONAL HEA TMgR ^EPVICEI 
DURHAM WEATHER BREAKS RECORD AGAIN 

CHEATHAM, PANSY 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

CHEEK, B°ITT!E GARDEN ICENT EN AP I ANI 

CHAPEL HILL ARTIST'S SHOWING HAS BIG TURNOUT 

CHEEK, GARVEY "APTIN JR. (WILKES C3 . I 

DRUG INDICTMENTS MADE ,„, 

WILKES COUNTY MEN CHNVICTEO I"* DRUG TRIAL 
TWO MEN CONVICTED OF ORUG SMUGGLING 

"""iBlfCARY""^" ""°°'" "■ "^"*'^'" """'"' '°""^"' H 2 11/08/6", A 20 

""'ili:irS??Y'S^N'°KlCjro' IN CRAVEN WRECK H2 8/I3/8AB12 

CHFEK, PHILLIP (CHAPLOTTEI IOECEAS'OI 
TWO TEENS OROWN IN LAKE NORMAN 

CHEEK, SADIE LEE (CHAPEL HILLI (DEtEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CHEEK, SALLIE FOGLEMAN (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CHENEY, WILLIAM (WILMINGTONJ 
PRISONER IS FOUND DEAD 

CHERNENKO, KCNSTANTIN 

CHEONENko'sEATEn'"AT H?S DESK^IN HIS CHAIR/COFFIN (CARTOON) 

SnvlET CHANGE'^ irInG new hopes fqr DETENTE 

CHEPNEfJKO AS DUMMY ON WHEELS (CARTOON) 

MR. CHERNENKQ'S STANCE CONSIDERED CONSTRUCTIVE 

THE END OF THE FREEZE? 

'""^'''*CHAPEl''h ILL'S PTA: JIM CHERNEY : FROM BIRTHDAY CAKES TO SHIRTS TO PIZZA 

CHERNEY, MARY SUSANNA 

CHERNEY GETS AWARD 

CHERRY, CRYSTAL CHANTILLE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHESHIRE, JOSEPH ,, „„^ 

HUTCHINS ASKS APPEALS HALTED; HUNT LAST HOPE 

CHESHI0=, LUCIUS M. SR. (HILLSEOROJGH LAWYER) 
JUDGE ORDERS WATER SERVICE RESTORED 

HELMS TAKES RE-ELFCTION BIO T> HILLSBOROUGH: BAPS MEDIA 
HELMS SAYS HUNT BEGAN CAMPAIGN DIRTINESS 

CHESSON, PARKER JR. 

PANEL LOSES CHAIRMAN 

CHEYNEY, WILLIAM JAMES III 

NO FAULT FOUND IN PRISON SUICIDE 

CHICAGH^^JU^Y^^A^^^^ COEATF JUDY CHICAGO'S 'BIRTH PROJECT- 
BOLD SUBJECT, BRIGHT IMAGES USED IN "BIpT" PROJECT' 
■BIRTH PROJECT' REVOLUTIONARY IN IDEA, EXECUTION 

CHIEF, TOMMY (N.Y.) 

DRUG LINK INVESTIGATED IN SLAirlNCS 
<, FACE NARCOTICS ARRESTS 

CHILDERS, JESSIE GARLAND (DECEASED) 

obituary 

chilorfss* chip 

childress playing 'hall of f a< £ ' ball for dulls . 

childress, kathy (director of karts) 

RURAL VAN SYSTEM WORKS IN 5 f.: H" AREA COUNTIES 

CHINA, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ,„.^„^ 

2 TEENS CHARGED IN MQLOUP ATT=MPT 
TWO CHABGEU IN ROBBERY ATTEMPT 

CHISENHALL, BEATRICE MORTON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHISENHALL, BICHARn (OPERA SINGER) ,, ^^ 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

CHISENHALL, ROOSEVELT ALLEN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHISHOLM, SHIRLEY 

TALENT ASIDE... 

CHITWOOO, W. RANDOLPH JR. OR. (GREENVILLE) 

ECU TO BEGIN FULL-SCALE OPEN HEART SURGERY SOON 

'^"°'^''THjEE''SoL)JNfEER MRE^OEPARTMENT CHIEFS ST^P DOWN IN ORANGE COUNTY 

CHOPLIN, EDDIE AND SUZANNE 
FIRST tJABY 



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^"SS«T s:?s' 0r'u;;,Je\'^^?5f"r"s Ca. re sued FOR PUNITIVE DAMAGES 

CHBISTAKOS. ARTHUR C. OR. 

DUKE SEEKS PEOPLE-ORIENTED "ED STUDENTS 

CHPISTGAU, ROBERT I THE VILLAGE VOICE) 



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1/01/84 - 12/31/S*, 



PAGE 5 7 

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ROCK MUSIC HAS LOST VITALITY - PANELISTS 
ROCK -N- ROLL 

Christian, nARGARtT hilliams (Oece'seoi 

OBITUARY 

CHRISTIAN, R. KEAOF JR. OR. 

PEDIATRICS FIRM SUED IN CHILD'S DEATH 

CHRISTMAN, RUSSELL F. DR. 

UNC GETS FUNDS FOR CHLORINE ST UOY 

CHURCHILL, MARY KATHLEEN SHACKLETTE (DECEASED! 
ORI TUARY 

CHURCHILL, RObERT LEWIS (CHAPEL H IL L I (DECEASEOl 
OBI tU^RY 
03ITUARY 

CIANCIOLA, CEOPCE OR. 

LINKS BETWEEN CANCER, INFLAMMATION STUDIED 
PROTEIN IS LINKED TO AIDS 

CIOMPI. ARTUOO 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
CIOMPI, GIHRGIO 

SYNERGIC SHOW TOUCHES FEELINGS IN NEW PLACES 

CITRINI, SALLY 

HUMBUG TO POEM 

CLACK, VALERIE 

EASTER MEANS HOT CROSS BUNS 

CLAIBORNE, CRAIG 

N.C. 'CUE WINS CONVERT 

CLANTON, EARL JR. (PRISON FsCAPEEl 

TWo''ESCAPEEsTAUGliT '^''^' ''°'' '' ESCAPED MURDERERS 

PROFILES OF SIX ESCAPEES 

ESCAPED KILLER MAY HAVE ABDUCTED DURHAM MAN 

CLAPP, OFE ANN (GREENS10R0I 

GREENSBORO FIREIGHTFft CITED 

CLAROY, BETSY DR. (DUKE UNIV.] 

5S?I9?,5 JOI-O TREATING ALCOHOLICS EARLY HELPS 
TRcrATMcNT OF ALCOHOLISM SHQUL3 INCLUDE FAMILY 



S I T 
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P DATE C PG L P BYL 

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S 2 6/21/S4 D I P F B71 



H 2 3/20/84 A 12 

H 3 11/28/84 a I 

S 1 3/02/84 C I 

H 2 S/03/84 A 16 



H 2 8/05/84 B 2 
H 2 8/06/84 B 6 





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S 2 11/01/84 A 1 N J56 
S 2 11/02/84 C 1 N J56 



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H 2 3/16/84 9 R L34 

H 2 1/09/84 A 4 L 

H 2 4/19/84 C 1 F J40 

S 2 4/28/84 A 4 E 



S 2 6/01/84 A 1 N 

H 2 6/02/84 A I P N 

H 2 6/02/R4 A 6 M 

S 2 6/02/84 A 1 N K90 



H 1 2/29/R4 B 1 



H 2 2/02/84 C 10 
S 2 2/11/84 A 3 



CLARK, ARTHUR W. 

rSwfp'fHliSVJi H-'lR^Slgli'ESr'' "'"^^ INSURANCE FIRMS, ...CONTINUES TO... H 2 1/22/84 D 10 P F L41 



CLARK, BARNEY B. (ARTIFICIAL HEARTl 
DELAYS HURT HFART HOPFS 
FAE'S DEATH NOT IN VAIN 
HUMAN GUINEA PIGS CAUSE ETHICAL DILEMMAS 



S 2 4/03/R4 A 
S 2 11/17/84 A 
H 2 12/04/84 A 



CLARK, C. n. (DURHAM P50I 

DURHAM OFFICER OBJECTS TO JUDGE'S REMARKS 

CLARK, CLYDE JR. (CHAPEL HILL( 
TWO ARRESTED FOR 8RFAK-IN 

CLARK, DARPYL KENNETH ( H I LL SEOROUGH ] 

SiiRS'Sg''?^?"lN*MMS?J '" ""'-" '""'""^ '^""«'' 

CLARK, EARL "BUTCH" JR. (ALEXANDER CO.) 

TEEN FOOTBALL PLAYER FACES THREE CHARGES 

CLARK, EMORY L. JR. REV. 

IJi.^JHIS 5UES DEACONS TO KEEP JOB 
MINISTER'S JOB TO BE DECIOED IN CHURCH VOTE 

CLARK, ESTELLE 

^?yS*I955,"P'-°"^<' fl"" t"* BQA^D ENDORSEMENTS 
PACE MAKES NO APOLOGY FOR ENDORSEMENTS 

CLARK, ETHEL K. (ALBFMARLEI 
COMPENSATION CONSIDERED 

CLARK, FRANK (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CLARK, GILES (JUDGE) 

JUDGE BECOMES JESTER 

CLARK, HFMAN 

JPJoJ"? I;^^''"'^ "''SE QUESTIONS ON TASTEFULNESS 
CLARK RAPS PROBLEMS WITH WASTE TNCIHERATOR 



CLARK. HUBERT JR. 
OBI TUAKY 



(DECEASED! 



CLARK, J. B. MRS. (CHARLOTTE) 

EDMISTEN SOFT ON UTILITY RATE HIKES 

CLARK, JAMES H. SR. 

JUDGE GALLOWAY ERRED 

CLARK, JAMIE (OQLITICIANI 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELECTION IN N.C. CONTESTS 
CLARK, JERPY (HENDERSON) 

MAN CHARGED IN KIDNAPPING 

CLARK, JUDGE 

THE NO-OUITTER HAD NO-HITTERS TO PITCH 
CLARK, KENNETH MRS. 

CLARK LECTURESHIP ESTABLISHED AT DUKE 

NEW DIVINITY SCHOOL LECTURESHIP HONORS LATE DUKE TEACHER 

CLARK, KENNETH WILLIS REV. (DECEASED) 

[LARK LECTURESHIP ESTABLISHED AT DUKE 

NEW DIVINITY SCHOOL LECTURESHIP HONORS LATE DUKE TEACHER 



CLARK 



MARK WAYNE GEN. (CHARLESTON, S.C. 



H 2 12/15/84 A 5 P N A54 
H 3 5/03/64 B 1 N 



H 3 2/24/84 B 1 
S 2 2/24/84 C 1 



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H 2 11/23/84 a 5 
H 2 12/17/84 A 10 



S 2 3/30/84 C 1 
H 2 4/08/84 4 



S 2 2/23/84 C 2 
H 2 8/22/84 A 8 
H 2 8/29/84 A 4 



H 2 7/12/84 A 15 
H 2 11/17/84 A 3 



H 2 2/04/84 A 12 

S 2 5/28/84 A 4 

H 2 12/13/84 A 4 

H 2 11/07/84 A 13 

H 1 6/27/84 B 1 

H 2 6/03/84 B 1 



S 2 10/31/84 C 10 
H 2 11/01/84 C 1 1 



S 2 10/31/84 C 10 
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N A H E S 



-AND CONTROVERSY 



LEOENOART CnM'<ANOER i SOLDIER FOR ALL SEASONS 

CLARK. PEGGY 0. (HILLSBOROUGH) I OE: EASED! 
ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 

CLARK, PEGGY OARLENE ( H ILL SBDRGUGHl IDECEASEDl 
ORANGE COUNTY WOMAN DIES AfTES CAR CRASHES 

riARK* RUb^w OSCAR ( H M LS BTRHUGH ) 

HILLSSOROUGH -AN SHIT TO DEATH; aPQTHERS CHARGED 
HEARING SET IN MURDER 

'^'-'"SoJVgR'^ESnFlfsiiN^Hi^s'FIREO AT RALLY DION-T HURT. ..BABY 

CLARK, TPM (nuR. C". GENERAL HOSPUALI 
HOSPITAL LAYOFFS HURT POOR 

CLARK, VIRGINIA PETERS lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CLARK, WESLEY OR. IH.C. ACT STATE JNIV.l 

Id PROFESSOR SUES OVER 'ENURi DENIAL 
N.C. ACT BOARD URGES TEVUPE FT R PROFtSSOR 
TENURE URGED FOR ACT PROFESSOR 
DEAN AT ACT OFFENDS RATIO IN ENGINEERING 

CLARKE, AGNES JONES (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CLARKE. DAVID ARTHUR REV. (OECEASFD 
OBITUARY 

'•'"*'''GOv:i*"UNT"oPPoleS^ROAO PROMISED IM SWAIN COUNTY 
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 
JUDGE IS ^IPETTEO TO "ROER CHANGES IN VOTING "ACHINES 
ATTORNEY fu PRESS VOTE-BUYING PROBE 

'■'""*''H6RSePAlTURE'"RIVER TO BF STUDIED FQS WILD AND SCENIC DESIGNATION 
REPUbLICAN CANOiSaTE WINS IN 5 TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

'"'■""'fair sentencing ACT POODUCING RESULTS- 
STUDY WILL FQCUS ON PRE-TRIAL RELEASE 

CLARKSON, FRANCIS JR. (CHARLOTTE f JO«^|r ' ..- 

LAnYER Ruled professionally incapacitated 

LAWYEO DISaARRED ..„,,,-„ 

FORMER Charlotte lawyer incic^cO __„„ r,,^u-r^ 

former lawyer gets sentence fir stealing t50o,ooo from clients 

CLAY, DANIEL LEVON (50Sa GURL EY ST. II 

ASSAULT SUSPECT SCUFFLES WITH POLICE 

"-""sSJils'-'GirBtb'-or.'-Ex'-aiLL CLAY RIGHT ON MONEY 

CLAY, E. L. MRS. (ROXBOROI 
WRITER had GOTO SENSE 

CLAY, JAMES W. (UNC-ChARLOTTE URPAN INSTITUTE) 

COLLEGE AIDS CHARLOTTE'S INDUSTRIAL RECRUITMENT 

Clayton, annie C'aptree (RslSIGh) (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY 

CLAYTOJ, Jp''5g,^[(.j'.jj^.55 cnuMO IM MASSAGE PARLOR CASE 
JOHNSON TO SURRENPER IN MASSASE PARLOR BUST 

CLAYTON, DAVTD MAYNARO (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CLAYTON, EVA (WARRFN CO.! 

WARREN HCiSPITAL MAY CLOSE 

CLAYTON. GARY LEMUEL 
MAN IS SOUGHT 

pubLic warniijG issued ON MANHJNT 

SBI SEtKING MAN FOR JUESTIONI'IG 

S31 »ARNS OF DA'loEROUS "AN AL3NG I-R5 

FUGITIVE WANTED IN THREE STATES FOUND IN SWAMP 

CLAYTON, HAROLD AM" DONNIE 

•POP- BEGINS FIRE: HOUSE IS DAMAGED 

CLAYTON, LOUIE ALMA NEIGHBOURS (HILLSBOROUGH) (DECEASED) 
ORITUARY 

CLAYTON, MARSHALL (PHOTOGRAPHER) 

PHOTOS ART INDEED IN STILL LIFE SHOWS 

CLAYTON, MFRRITT CALVIN "MUTT" lOEIEAS^O) 
OBITUARY 

CLAYTON, PAULA 

DETECTIVE WORK BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER 

CLAYTON, RICHARD EVERETT 

"■"-"'2 MEN CHARGED -ITH -uROFR IN SHOOTING DEATH 

NP nONO SET FPH Z CHAOjED IN SLAYING 

HAN CHARGED WITH -UROER POSTS BOND 

CLAYTON. RILEY LEE SR . (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CLAYTON. SAMUEL DQRSEY lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

CLAYTON. THELilERT MICHAEL (VA.l 

VIRGINIA MAN CHARGED AFTER CHASE 

CLAYTON. WARD (HERALD REPORTER! 

LONG DAY AI HOPELESS VALLEY 

CLEAVE. MARY L. DR. (ASTRONAUT! „„„,„.„ 

ASTRONAUT TO GIVE TALK AT DUK^ AWARDS PROGRAM 
ASTRONAUT TO SPEAK IN PAGE AUDITORIUM 

'■'■^'^IeIuTIFUL dolls: RECREATED FROM DAYS PAST 
CLEGG. ALLAN (RALEIG"! 







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4/21/84 B 1 
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7/21/84 A 3 


N 
N 
N 
N 


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H 2 


10/11/84 A 12 
11/08/84 A 15 


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b/25/94 A 1 
l2/l'5/94 C I 


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4/24/84 A 16 
7/15/94 3 6 
7/19/94 12 
9/20/94 A 14 


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N 
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12/23/84 C a 


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N 


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5/18/84 A 12 





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7/18/84 3 I 
7/IB/84 C 1 


M ":45 

N J56 


H 2 


7/30/84 B 6 





S 2 


12/17/34 C. 1 


N J56 



S 2 10/03/84 A 5 N H45 

M 2 10/04/94 8 1 P N 

H 1 10/05/94 3 1 '1 

S 2 10/05/94 A 2 N 

H 2 10/28/84 B 1 P N 



H 2 5/20/84 B 1 N 

H 2 9/07/34 C 6 

H 2 10/26/84 5 P R 068 

H 2 10/31/84 A 10 

H 2 12/09/84 E 2 P F C48 



H 2 10/22/=4 A 11 N 

S 2 10/22/94 CI N A47 

H 2 10/23/84 B 4 N 



H 2 4/J3/84 6 5 

H 2 11/17/84 8 8 

H I B/14/94 B 1 N 

H 2 8/15/84 6 2 U 



H 2 3/02/84 9 4 P N 
S 2 5/11/84 A 15 N 



H 2 ■ 3/04/94 C 1 P F J40 






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PAGE S9 
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COMPUTEB SCIENCE CLASS TOUCHED THAN TAMPERir4G 

r.LEGG, JAM'S IPRtSON ESCAPFEI 

FORCES SUMMON^O ro SEEK ESCAPEES 
N.C. LAW OFFICERS KILL FUGITIVE 

FUGITIVE DIES In N.C. SHOTTQUT, SECOND CAPTURED 
CAVE-HIDING LFAOS TO CAPTURE 

C'PJyPEO TENNESSEE FUGITIVE WILL BE HELD IN CENTRAL PRISON 
CLEGG says he DIDN'T SHOOT TRTOPER 
ESCAPEE PLEADS GUILTY, 0EC6IV=S 20 MORE YEARS 

5!2iS.,''?2?'-^''.?^I^E5'^ PATROL, POLICE BECAME APPARENT DURIr'G MANHUNT 
MARION folk: "FUGITIVES PICKED THE WRONG TOWN- 
TROOPER SAYS 'GOO HAS OUT THE'E WITH ME' 
CLEGG PLEADS INNOCENT Tn FIRST-DEGREE MURDER 
CLEGG CHARGED BY GRAND JURY 
BLIND MAN DENIED ESCAPEE REWA'O 
TENN, TO PAY tSfOOO REWARD TO BLIND MAN 
SECOND REWARD GIVEN TO BLIND M.C. WIDOWER 

N.C- •IAN GETS SECOND REWARD IN TENN. PRISON E'^CAPE CASE 
FUGITIVES FROM TENNESSEE LEFT BEHIND A TRAIL OF DEATH 

CLELAND, HAROLD M. 

REDUCE ARMS BUILDUP TO CURB THREAT 

CLELANO, RICK 

SCHOOL BOARD, DEEDS OFFICE CANDIDATES FILE 

CANDIDATE: SCHOOL BOARD SHOULP TAKE STRONGER ROLE 

HIGHT SPENDS MOST FUNDS IN POA RD RACE 

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES LIST :hanGES FOR SYSTEM 

SCHOOL CANDIDATES EYE BOARD'S ROLE 

11 AT SCHOOL POARD FORUM 

SCHOOL nOARD HOPEFULS IDENTIFY CHALLENGES 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

^e^cMy^^rE^uRli? ?rSugi^A5 ^b3ti??? ^f3? ?o"SK't'; \"c'A'ii: lh:°^°.' ^°"° "°' 

Un^Ho^loll cSA?fE"N^eR°¥a'Si-^°^CHS3L"°iEkr"""' " '^'^'^ broughton... 
LOSING Candidate enjoyed campaign 

PRE-ELECTION TEST? WHY NOT? 
FRENCH STUDENT VISITS DURHAM 
LET LOTTERY DREAM COME TRUE 
CARDS HAVE FRINGE BENEFITS 

CLEMENT, A. J. HOWARD III 

COUNCILMEN REJECT CLEMENT RESOLUTION ON SCHOOL SYSTEM 

2 DURHAM VOICES PROTEST EXECUTION 
CIRCULAR ON CERAMICS HAD CLEMENT IN THE KILN 

CLEMENT, HOWARD I C I TY COIINCILI 

DURHAM OFFICIALS GIVE HUD CENTER CONTRACT 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A'S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 

CLEMENT, JANET IDUKE SCHOOL FOR CHILDRFNI 

DUKE SCHOOL FDR CHILDREN GETTING NEW HOME 

?¥jTESiN?°c'nR%°ECTEi'-°"''' '° "'•'' "*'° "'■" «""-°"'t; 

CLEMENT, JOSEPHINE 

TEACHERS ARE FOCUS OF PANEL'S CONCERNS 

CANDIDATES LINE UP FORCFS 

COMMISSIONER, SCHOOL °OARD CANOIDATFS FILE 

MRS. CLEMENT SEEKS BOARD SEAT 

HUNT BACKERS ATTEND RALLY 

HUNT SUPPORTERS ARE NAMED 

3 TO HEAD HUNT FFFDRT IN DURHAM 

CUfcHENT SAYS EDUCATION REPORT WILL "E POSITIVE 
,^„}^<:u»P6'<f5, CHALLENGER GET EDUCATORS' BACKING 
VOTE FOP JOSEPHINE 0. CLEMENT (ADl 
TFN CANDIDATES FAVOR SEWER LINE EXTENSION 

l°o'JoT.H'oi'.T.,i'^ni"JrT'ii 'H^^?^K5f-Ni?Slg °^ COMMISSIONERS ,AD, 

CANDIDATES EYE LAND USE 

HOST FAVOR FUNDS FOR CIVIC CENTER 

HIGHT SPENDS MOST FUNDS IN BOARD RACE 

CANDIDATES CAUTIOUS ON TAX 

THAT ELUSIVE LAND-USE PLAN 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS SPAULiING 

CANDIDATES: TAX BILLS WON'T RISE 

i?^^irc!T!i^^rsicK"s?ASM;ij '""^ """ " """" 

DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

PnS-^TT^?"'?.'!!^^ UNVEILS SIX ;nOORSEHENTS at RALLY 

ro^oill^ INDICATES SUPPORT FOR CANDIDATES 

XglLI"??" '"O" JOSEPHINE 0. CLEMENT. ..(ADl 

DEMOCRATS NOMINATE THREE FOR COMMISSIONERS »ACE 

2i'cH'J^f,"LI""^'*5 ^"^ °fSP APPRECIATION TO ALL THOSE WHO VOTED... lADl 

HIGHT SEeSIrunOFf" °"''"''' COJNTY: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '^"•••"""' 

SVSMtDe'-';^^!?',''^!!;! BACKING HELPED RETAIN BOARD'S MAJORITY 

WINNERS ANO LOSERS: BOTH OESE!VE "LAUDITS 

f29"?„^5. SCHOOL BOARD: 30 YEARS LATER IN DURHAM... 

BETTER IMAGE MAY CUT SCHOOL DROPOUTS 

GRADS URGED TO UPHOLD TRADITITnS 

GRAOS CLEAR 'FIRST HURDLE' - >IRS. CLEMENT 

CLEMENT, MCCUTCHEON COUNTY BOARD CHOICES 

TEER SEAT CHOICE NEARING 

?nS£^II;„f,^I,'°'°"f 5 WRONG CHOICF TO COMPLETE TEFR'S TERM ON BOARD 

r?cuiJ,l'?^^2S i^'^'J^^ *'0T APPOINT CANDIDATE " 

CLEMENT NAMED TO COUNTY BOARD 

91-i!li^,l REPLACES TEER AS COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

£=4 ^^^i=^i''L^"?"^E ^^ '="-L COMMISSION SEAT 

?,,^;r'^^l."l'3I BOIN'^S FINE RECO'O TO BOARD 

CIVIC CENTER COST ESTIMATES INCREASE 

ESTIMATE RAISED ON CIVIC CENT=R 

EDITORIAL INSULTING TO MON-WHI TF MALFS 

£nc5'PS'''^l TACKLE COUNTY GROWT H- V S .-3UAL 1 TY ISSUE 

S^Mlr^S^^roV?'"" CANDIDATES FAVOR HOLDING L NE ON TAXES 

MANAGING GROWTH A KEY ROLE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

M?'llNr°plp^^2.SJ? fS" JOSEPHINE O.CLEMENT'fiD?''" 

"J, ULCERE THANKS TO ALL WHO VOTED FOR "E . . . JOSFPHI NE 

UNOFFICIAL RETURNS from DURHA« COUNTY PRECINCTS 

2n??S?'^^S'"'"'f'^^ COUNTY B0A3 D WINNERS '='-'"-'S 

VOTERS KEEP DEMOCRATS ON COMMI SSION 

BARRI'IGER SAYS COMMITTEE KILLED HIS BIO 

PULLEY, MIGHT GUT-SPENT OPPONENTS 

CLEMENT, WILLIAM A. 

* NAMED TO ED"ISTEN'S CAMPAIGN 
CLEMENT ON JORDAN TEAM 

CLEMENTS, CHARLES DR. 

EL SALVADOR PROTEST SCHEDULED 

CLEMENTS, EDWIN 1. 

CLEMENTS HUNDRED 



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1/16/84 C 
1/29/84 A 
1/31/84 B 
1/31/84 8 
2/06/84 C 
3/07/84 C 
3/08/94 B 
3/14/84 A 
3/23/84 A 
4/15/84 A 
4/29/84 A 
4/29/84 A 
4/30/84 A 
4/3D/84 C 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/0 1/84 C 
5/02/84 A 
5/02/84 b 
5/02/84 A 
5/03/84 a 
5/03/84 C 
5/06/84 
5/07/84 B 
5/07/84 C 
5/08/84 A 
5/08/84 A 
5/09/B4 A 
5/J9/84 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/l"/84 a 
5/11/84 A 
5/13/84 
6/21/84 A 
6/03/84 A 
8/04/84 C 
6/08/84 A 

a/De/84 C 

3/09/84 3 

3/12/84 D 

8/14/84 A 

8/14/84 A 

8/15/84 A 

8/16/84 A 

3/25/84 A 

8/25/84 B 

8/26/84 A 

10/28/84 A 

10/29/84 A 

10/30/34 A 

11/04/84 A 

U/07/84 A 

11/07/84 A 

11/07/84 B 

11/07/84 C 

11/03/84 B 

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FORMER COUNTY COMHISsioNER H4S HEIRT SUSGE'^Y AFTER ATTACK 
EDHIN CLEMENTS RECOVERING mELL FROM OPERATION 

*■ " EAGLES HOPE FOR STAR STATUS AT SCORE 

N.C. CENTRAL DECLARES BASKETBALL POST VACANT 
NCCU "OVE LEAVES CLEMENTS IN LIMBO 

CLEMENTS. SARAH lOECEASEOI 
OlilTUARY 

CLEMENTS, WILLIAM RALPH IBAHAMAl 
OBITUARY 

'''"^''''chARGcI''aGa"inST aONO 'RUNNER- LEFT INTACT 

TFSTIMONY ENDS IN TRIAL OF ATLANTA 90UNTY HUNTtR 

BOUNTY HUNTER FOUND GUILTY OF LICENSE VIOLATION 

JURORS CONVICT BOUNTY HUNTER 

PROTESTER RAPS DECISIONS 

aONOSMAN PICKETS OUTSIDE COURTHOUSE 

"-'""yllcHF^rSl'^SF year: EACH CHI.D UNIOUE BEING 
CLEMONS: MOTIVATION HELPS STUIIENTS LEARN 

CLEMONS. HARVEY A. JR. (OECEASEDI 
QRITUARY 

CLFMQNS. JEFF 

PROBE SOUGHT OF BONO SYSTEM 

'^'-"^7il°!s'i'l'siTS TO MALL LEAD TO CHARGE 

CLIFFORD. MIMI AND EO 

ACME: MAKING MARRIAGES BETTER 

CLIFFORD. ^PAUL^^^^ ANDES ART EQUAL TO GREECE. ROME 
ART OF THE ANOES 
APPLIED DESIGN 

CLINDING. DINAH E. IRALEIGH) 
NURSE GETS SERVICE FINE 

CLINE. MARK IB'BALL PLAYFRI 

FIRST SEASON DIFFICULT FOR HA<E'S MARK CLINE 

'"LOOFELTFR, R0"!IN (LEXINGTONI lOECEASEOI 
SKELETAL REMAINS ARE IDENTIFIED 

CLDUTIER. ?ETTY IaCKLANO ART MUSEU'<I 

GORY TALES MAKE THE BEST PICTJRES? 

CLYBURN. ROBERT IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

CLYDE. MARY KESTLER I AUTHOR 1 , ^,^. ,. ,..^, 

DUKE ALUMNUS DESCRIBES EARLY EDUCATION IN STATE 

''°' COATES RECEIVES SPECIAL UNC HDNOR 

CnATES RECEIVES WILLIAM DAVIE AWARD 

DUKE BUSINESS DIVISION GIVES SWARD TO DIXON 

COATS TRULY A UNC 'SUNT- 

COATES. CANNY VANCE JR. 

2 ARRESTED 3N DRUG CHARGES 

COATS. DALE (DUKE HOMESTEAD HISTORIC SITE maNAGERI 
DUKE HOMESTEAD TO EXPAND , „ 

PARTY TIME: AT DUKE HOMFSTEAO CURING BARN ,,,r.„ 

HOW TO SPEAK AUCTIOHESE: YOU :AN learn IT SUNDAY, AT DUKE HOMESTEAD 

COATS. HELEN 

YOUNG PHOTO- JOURNALISTS 

COBB. ELTON jgjj^p^(.gr, ,^| CAR-wRECK INSURANCE SCHEME 
OEFENOANTS IN SCHEME PLAN NO APPEAL 

COPB. WHIT 

BROGDEN A HERO 

COBEY. WILLIAM JR. 

ANDREWS. LOiltY READY TO FILE; LEE HOLDS BACK ANNOUNCEIENT 

COBEY FILES 

COdEY FILES FHR CONGRESSIONAL SEAT 

COBEY TO TOUR ^Th DISTRICT 

CCBEY BEGINS CAMPAIGN 

COBEY OPENS CAMPAIGN, TOURS DISTRICT 

COBFY CAMPAIGN: GASTINEAU DIDN'T HELP 

<,IH CONGRESSIONAL RACE POLITIIALLY POL I Tc 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

4TH OIS'-RICT HOPEFULS BELIEVE THEY ARE PEST 

i[??^T"lS;'^C0^rLllN?rrn15G'^b^iJtE"D?rTi^^f=^?T0R;i?^Y 

iiiiE's^flvEtl'ShS^NAEE'ME'Ni'^.^^G'F :VA'n,r BROOKS IN RACE FOR LABOR 

COBEY ATTACKS ANDREWS ON MX V1TES .,,,,, 

MARTIN GIVES TEACHERS LESSON IN GOP POLITICS 
COBEY CRITICIZES ANORFWS HN ATTENDANCE RECORO 
HUNT SAYS REPORT TO SHOW IMPROVED TEST SCORES 

COBEY TO SPEAK AT GOP CONVENTION 

COBEY TO ADDRESS REPUBLICAN C:)NVENTnN; MARTIN 
COBEY DUE TO SPEAK AT DALLAS CONVENTION 



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COBEY DISAGREES wITH PARTY LETTER ON BLACK VOTERS 

8'LL COBEY TAKES ISSUE WITH REPUBLICAN LETTER 

COBFY EMPHASIZES 'PIONEER SPHIT' „.»,ct 

COBEY STRESSES LOWER INTEREST «»7ES AND bALANCEP BOOGET 

■I'VE HEARD THE GUY WHO PICKET HIM DRIVES AN EOSEL...' ICART 

COBFY TALKS ABOUT MONEY MATTE'S 

LEE'S JOB WILL FOCUS ON STUDENTS 

COBEY TREATED POORLY 

COBEY TRIES AGAIN. MAYBE FOR LAST TIME 

ANDREWS BRUSHES OFF COBEY'S ATTACK cr^nnit 

HUNT HITS HELMS ON EDUCATION. PROMISES WORLD'S BEST SCHOOLS 

COBEY ISSUES DEBATE CHALLENGE „ . ., c 

ANTI-CLEMENCY PROTESTERS "SET HUNT IN ST. PAULS 

"„E ptaSUASIVE "R. COBEY MQRE FORMIDABLE POLITICO 

CHANGES MADE IN HELMS-HUNT PETATE 

BUSH TO VISIT NORTH CAROLINA 



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3/23/B<, C 


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H 2 


B/16/8A A 


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S 2 


S/IB/B", A 


3 


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H 2 


10/29/BA A 


4 


L 




H 3 


l/19/9<. B 


1 


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B46 


S 2 


1/20/8*, A 


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H 2 


1/21/8'' A 


1 P 


N 


B46 


H 2 


1/31/BA A 


11 P 


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S 2 


l/31/°A B 


1 


N 


846 


H 3 


2/01/9A a 


1 P 


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846 


H 3 


2/I0/8A B 


1 


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346 


H 2 


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1 


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H 2 


A/21/8'. B 


1 


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5/03/8A C 


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H 2 


5/19/eA A 


8 


N 




H 2 


5/22/9A A 


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5/23/P', A 


6 


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846 


H 2 


5/2<'/9A A 


21 


N 




H 3 


5/08/8'. B 


I P 


N 


046 


H 2 


7/01/84 A 


13 


N 




H 2 


7/04/84 A 


12 


N 




H 2 


9/01/84 B 


14 


N 




S 2 


9/13/B4 A 


1 p 


N 




H ? 


9/14/84 B 


5 


N 




S 1 


8/14/94 B 


I ' 


N 




H 2 


3/l=./94 A 


1 


N 


046 


S 1 


8/15/84 C 


1 


N 




5 2 


8/17/94 A 


I 


N 


C05 


S 2 


8/21/84 A 


1 


N 


COS 


H 2 


9/21/R4 A 


4 T 


T 


L51 


H 2 


3/21/B4 8 


1 P 


N 




S 2 


8/23/94 S 


1 


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C05 


H 2 


8/24/84 A 


4 


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S 2 


3/24/84 A 


14 P 


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S 2 


3/24/B4 C 


6 


N 




H 2 


8/29/84 B 


5 


N 




H 3 


8/2''/94 B 


1 


N 




5 2 


9/29/°4 A 


16 


N 




H 2 


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H 2 


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9 


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S 2 


9/06/84 A 


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MONTHLY/AN 



NU4L INDEX 

1/01/U<. - l2/31/a<. 



REPUBLICAN RHETOKIC 

C08EY ATTACKS ANDREWS' HOUSE ATTENOANCe 

COBEY SAYS ANDRES IS 'BIG SPE'lOER' 

CLAP IFICATiON 

?it^I SAYS STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRED ON CHARGE THAT MARKETING.. 

COBEY TRIES TO LINK ANDOE'.VS J1 HONDALE 

COBEY: ANDREWS IS A '"ONDALE LIBERAL' 

POLL SAYS HUNT IS LEADING HEL1S 

ITlli SE?SlfTY'^ll!u^^EE'- """" °'""' " "HLITICAL FORU« 
loWy g??§rt^5"E'{SfeA5""''" °' ""'""^ ^"" 

COBFY PUMPS HANDS FOR VOTES 

SATURDAY BRUNCH HONORS REPUBLICANS COBEY, HILL 

CORRECTION 

GA. CONGRESSMAN LABELS DEMOCRATS 'SELFISH- SPENDTHRIFTS 

COBEY NEVER WON OPANGF 

COBEy: ANDREWS DESPERATE CANDIDATE 

COBEY PUMMELS ANDREWS FOR APS=NCES 

ANDREWS. COBEY MODIFY STYLES 'H REMATCH 

ANDREWS. CO»EY PREDICT VICTORIES 

VALENTINE BUCKING GOP TIDE; BILL COBEY LEADING ANDREWS 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELECTION IN N.C. CONTESTS 

^HSf' LEADS ANDREWS IN EARLY RETURNS; COBLE TAKES EARLY LEAD IN 6TH. 

COBEY UNSEATS ANDREWS IN CLOS= PACE 

REPUBLICAN Candidate wins in ^th congressional district 

COBEY SOUEAKS BY INCUMOFNT ANDREWS 

COQEY ELECTED IN 4TH DISTRICT 

RANDOLPH, WAKE GIVE COBEY WIN OVER ANDREWS 

CPHEY WORKERS' BREAKFAST 

COBEY THANKS HIS SUPPORTERS 

COBEY TO COMMUTE TO JOB IN C0-IGRE5S 

COBLE BELIEVES RANOLEHAN DAM IHANCES DIMMED 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC WINNERS GET CONSERVATIVE MESSAGE 

COBLE, HOWARD (RFR.) 

CONGRESSIONAL CANOIOATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

ANDREWS GETS NOMINATION AGAINST TWO CHALLENGERS 

COCKERHAM WON'T FILE FOR RECOUNT 

SOME LAWMAKERS BIO FAREWELL 

IRRITATION AT CONGRESSIONAL CLUB COULD HIT HELMS 

PROBE IS SOUGHT OF CONTRIBUTHNS BY WILSON FAMILY 

FilJ^JI^O COBLE DRAW ATTENTION IN 6TH DISTRICT 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-FLECTION IN N.C. CONTESTS 

COBEY LEADS ANDREWS IN EARLY RETURNS; COBLE TAKES EARLY LEAD IN 6TH 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN 9 TH CONGR E SS lONAL DI STR I C T 

COBLE BELIEVES RANDLEMAN Dam :hANCES DIMMED 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC WINNERS GET CONSERVATIVE MESSAGE 

RANDLEMAN PROJECT STILL DISTURBS CO'LE 

COBLE, LARRY DR. (SUPERINTENDENT! 

COBLE NEW SCHOOL SUPER IN TEND£^I T 

COUNTY SCHOOL CHIEF HIRED 

COBLE: NO FAST POLICY CHANGES 

COUNTY SCHOOL CHIEF APPEARS GOOD CHOICE ' " 

PRIORITY: PLANNING FOR GROWTH 

ROCKY MOUNT'S LOSS IS DURHAM'S GAIN 

OR. LARRY COBLE A FINE CHOICE TO LEAD SCHOOLS 

NEW SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT HAPPY WITH CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS 

^?y?;?R^'?g%?NG'""'"''^'°''^^ ^'""^'"^ '''''" 

COBLE WELCO'fEO 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD TO MEET WITH COBLE 

COBLE, THOMAS S. JR. 

NEIGHBOP OPPOSES BRIDGE REPLACEMENT 
CITY FLOOD DAMAGE SAID MOSTLY A NUISANCE 

rvVhTo'^Vsl'k-Jok^y'T.'.Shti'' ^'^'"^S OPPOSE ZONING CHANGES 
OWNER BACKED ZONE CHANGE 

COeo, MICHAEL DR. 

DUKE DOCTOR TO REVIEW EYE SURIEPY TECHNIQUES 
?,'^!;l,9''"^"*l-*"'"-1GIST TO TALK ON NEW SURGICAL PROCEDURES 
SURGERY FOR NEARSIGHTEDNESS S'lLL CONTROVERSIAL 

COCHRALL, a. p. (OXFOROI 
WELCOME BACK, ROYKO 

COCHRAN, RALPH (ALLENTON REALTY C INSURANCE CO.) 
DEVELOPERS PLAN 5-LANE ROAD 

COCHRANE, =ETSY (R-DAVIE CO. I 

GOP LEGISLATORS ELECT LEADERS 
COCKERHAM, WALTER C. JR. 

CONGRESSIONAL CANOIOATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

ANDREWS GETS NOMINATION AGAINST TWO CHALLENGERS 

COCKERHAM WON'T FILE FOR RECOUNT 

COCO, JAMES 

SiflN?i"TA''hi = 0ii*n§SASSE°sSSS '"' '•""' "' nuRH.M'S STRUCTURE HOUSE 

COEN, DUANE (FORMER DURHAM CO. PLANNER! 
COUNTY LOSES 3RD PLANNER 
3R0 COUNTY PLANNER OUT; COULD SLOW PLAN DRAFT 

COFFMAN, TOM IGOLFERI 

COFFMAN'S 72 MARKS ENO OF LONG OROEAL 
THE LOSER IS A WINNFR 

InE'r^m-Id^I's I'ifUVil ^p2:^Sf^= ""'' ="'-'" ''"«" "°"'^- 

COGAN, PHIL (FEDERAL EMERGENCY MGMT AGENCY! 

SOME N.C. TORNADO VICTIMS WON'T GET FULL REIMBURSEMENT 

COGOELL, MARYILYN M. (KINSTON! 
6 N.C. EMPLOYEES HONOREO 

COGGAN, DONALD (FORMER ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY! 

cHSmIS i5^"5^"'""5 VISIT REC:iGNIZES RELIGIOUS TIES 
FORMER ARCHBISHOP TO SPEAK IN DUKE CHAPFL 
EVANGELISM REVIVAL SOUGHT LM.KCL 

TIME FOR TEA 

CQGGIN, JIMMIE LEVON (CAL.! 
DRUG CHARGE FILED 

COGGINS, ANN CAROLINE IKANNAPOLIS! 
UNC STUDENT HURT IN ACCIDENT 
CAR HITS UNC STUDENT CROSSING SOUTH ROAD 

COGHILL, MACK THOMAS (DECEASED! 
ORITUARY 

COGHILL. MARSHALL LEE (HENDERSON! 



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H 2 3/05/94 A 7 N 
H 2 3/11/84 Oil U 1330 



~H 2 5/09/84 A 4 L " 
H 2 3/08/94 B 1 M N L41 
H 2 12/17/84 B 1 N 



H 2 4/21/94 B I N 
H 2 5/10/84 A 7 N 
H 1 5/1I/R4 B 1 N 



H 2 2/12/84 2 P F C19 
H 2 3/17/84 A 16 N 



S 2 4/20/84 C 1 N K90 
H 2 4/21/84 A 1 N B81 



H 2 5/27/94 C 4 N C49 

H 2 5/29/84 B 2 U 071 

H 2 5/29/84 B 2 P N C49 

S 2 5/29/84 1 P N F25 



S 2 4/09/84 C 2 N 
S 2 6/20/94 A 14 N 



H 2 5/30/84 3 P F W66 

H 2 6/07/84 A 7 I 

H 2 6/04/84 A 1 N 

S 2 6/05/84 B 1 P P K30 



S 2 12/31/84 A 5 N 



S 2 11/08/84 C 1 N 
H 3 11/09/84 B 1 N 



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PAGE tZ 



1/01/8'. - 12/31/9<. l/li/SS 

S I T 

N ; ELY 

P D DATE C PG L ° "YL 

HAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING INTO DWELLING » I 9/12/8<. B I N 

'^°"^''jH2p|rHILL mHOAr ONLY "RESrOPET PARITY" H 2 l/2V"J A ^ L 

GOVERNMENT ALL WRONG " j g/nA/H4 A 4 L 

ANNEXATION POLICY NEEDED " ^ 9/06/8". A - L 

""^"CAUFORNU'WHISTLER IS GRAND CHAHPIHN » 2 «./23/e'. A 3 N 

COHEN,^KAL-AN ^^^^ ^^ ^^,^ OPTIONS JNDER INTERSTATE BANKING ACT 5 2 7/16/9<. A I N C60 

COHEN, KENNETH L. OR. lUNC-CHI 17/ig/Bi. c 1 N 

CORNEA WORK STUDIED = ' IZ/ll/B". L 1 

COHEN, SETH RUHERT (CHAPEL HILLI , , ./o./oi 4 i) N 

CHAPEL HILL HAN FACES THREAT, WEAPON CHARGES S 2 l/Sl/S-. A 9 N 

COHEN, STEVEN C. u 5 *./9R/Rt u ^ N 

I PROMOTED IN LtM SUBSIDIARY " 2 6/28/B<. B N 

COKER, LOUISE VENABLE ICMAPEL HILLI , , ,/,7/,.4 A 7 N 

UNC GETS COKE" ESTATE ^ 2 i/Zl/B', A f N 

COKER, WILLIAM C. ^ „ , S/lS/a<. AIL 

UNC SHOULD SAVE COKER HOME H 2 5/l->/B". A ^ L 

COLCLOUGH, FANNIE FERSELL lOECEASE:!! , 1I/W/84 8 8 

OBITUARY " ' ll/W/O". !1 J 



COLCLOUGH, FOY IRETIREO FIRE-ANI 
FIREMEN RETIRING 



H 2 12/23/8<. B 10 P P F70 



COLCLOUGH^^GERTIE POOLE lOECEASEOl „ j 5/18/8-. A 12 

""'-'^'-gti^rOEf IeTS project ok S 2 6/26/8<, CI N K90 

COLCLOUGH^^LEO JACKSON (DECEASEDl „ j 6/28/8<. A 20 

COLCLOUGH.^WESLEy DAVID lOECEASEDl „ 3 a/15/8<. B 6 " 

COLE, CORA L. (OECEASEDI „ , 5/30/3<. A 7 

OBITUARY " ' 3/3U/3- 

COLE. JAMES MARVIN (DECEASEOl „ , 5/Q4/P4 c 8 

OBITUARY " ' ^/JH/ni u o u 

COLE. MARIE (WIDOW OF NAT KING COLE 1 k/lJ/FK. R 1 N 

CROONER'S WIDOW VISITS ALHA HATER " ' 6/12/84 B 1 N 

COLE, "APY (HILLSaOROUGHl , „ , . „ , 17/ja/8<. B 2 P F H90 

VOLUNTEER" M LIKE TO STAY BUSY- " 2 12/28/8". a d •- <- 

COLt, MARY SHOFFNER (DECEASED) „ , 5/l5/8<. B 5 

OBITUARY " ' 5/15/1H 

'^°'-^'R°'Tl?LaR''cOLE HAS ENTE- TA IN IN G RECOLLECTION OF SCHOLARLY DAYS H 2 1/01/8". 3 P U H".5 

COLE, ROSA ADA (DECEASED! _ , „„ u ■) t./na/ac r Q 1 

HRS. ROSA ADA COLE, 101, OF KINGSBURY ST. IN OXFORD H 2 6/03/8", C 9 3 

COLE, S0"N5R LEROY (OECEASEDl „ , 9/Q5/8". A 10 

OBITUARY ' 1lur>,!!H 

COLE, TYLEP I. (PROVIDENCE INDUSTRIES, INC. I 7/nl/84 A 13 N 

TEXTILE WORKERS CAN TAKE TIME FOR PRAYER » 2 7/01/3". A 13 N 

COLE, WAYMON (SEAGPOVE) u 5 ^/iT/ft". n 1 P F 

ELEGANT SIMPLICITY "ARKS SEAG'OVE POTTERY H 2 6/17/8". I » F 

COLEMAN, ALAN (SPECIAL CLYMPICi) , , <,/2n/8". C 1 N C05' 

SPECIAL OLYMPICS BEGIN ' ' "./"fu/o". l i 

"'-^"SuROEr'suSPECT TRANSFERRED TO BUTNER " ' '/O^/fl". B 1 N 

COLEMAN, ANDREW LEE (MIDDLEBURGl , s/l",/3A r I N 

MIOOLEbURG "AN ARRESTED ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE H 1 5/16/"!'. C 1 

COLEMAN.^aFCKY^aEXAS)^_ TO N.C. TO BURY THIRD FA-ILY MEMBER H 2 9/20/8", A 14 N 

COLEMAN^^LAWPENC|^CLINTON^^^^^ TO -AVE COURT HEARING TODAY- " 2 5/16/8". A 7 N 

"^^■^^W^S kT.%'^ lkkrS°jh'V.1ll°T.ir6rX.E. KILLEO H 2 5/12/84 A 3 N 

"'^"jSaLESS RATE IN DURHAM IMPROVES TO 3.9 PERCENT H 2 5/05/34 B 1 C N 

COLEY, CALVIN AN" THOMAS IHA'JGED IN 13941 J/77/Ki. C 1, f J50 

HISTORIC N.C. HANGING SENT 'BLACK RUN- S 2 9/27/84 C 4 F J50 

COLEY, CARL P. C BETTY ^ , =/i?/q/, o 1 N 

ELON COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS ESTABLISHED " I 5/12/94 B 1 N 

COLLIER, MAMIE GRIFFIN (DECEASEOl „ , <,/25/34 8 5 

OBITUARY " ' 4/43/^'. 

COLLINS. ^BFRT^^^ BOARD TO GET DURHAM MAN 5 2 12/01/84 A 6 N 

"'-'-'^?<Sw|3«I1lED IS'l^lJcK'sS°r=".C5hlM SCHOOL OFFICIALS ASK DAMAGES " 2 11/17/34 A 1 N W24 

COLLINS, OAVID (PAIRO ST. I , 11/04/84 E 2 P F J40 

A SECONO LOCK WAS ALL IT TOOK " ^ 11/04/04 c <: 

COLLINS, EDOIE DONALD (DECFASEDI „ , 9/05/94 B 2 

OBITUARY ' ii^vii-, 

COLLINS. JACK E. MRS. (TENNESSEEI • „ , 9/30/84 B 6 p U G73 

CREATIVITY HER KEY TO FLORAL « RT h i -</5u/ 

COLLINS, JEFFREY J. (CHAPEL "ILLl „ , 2/29/»4 A 4 L 

HELMS IS THREATENING 'I.C. -IL3ERNES5 ACT " 2 l/lT/84 A 4 L 

WHO'S THE FRIEND TO THE EHVIR:NMENT? " 2 .4/11/84 A 4 L 

CULLINS, JERRY REV. 



MONTHLy/4 



NHU4L IMDEx 

l/oi/a<. - ij/3i/e<. 



NAMES 



CRESSETT CHRISTMAS SIQRY - IT'S ALIVE 

COLLINS, LFQ IPITTSBOROI 

LOOK, ROYKO. HERE'S THE SCOOP ON DOGS 
COME Back DOtIN, ATCT 

collins. martha layne (kentucky gov . i 
gov. collins to be visitor 

collins. robert (assistant principali 

ray: county has no strip-sear:hing policy 

ATTORNcY SAYS STKIP-SEAPCH SUIT DOES NOT CONTEND MAN PRESENT 

COLLINS. ROBERT COY lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

COLLINS. SHARON 

BALLOON SERVICE KEEPS HER HOPPING— ANO SINGING 

COLLINS. SHIRLEY ICHAPEL HILLI 

YOUNG. OLD STUDENTS MINGLE IN SEMINAR ON SOVIET HISTORY 

COLLINS. WHELETTE 

THREE EXECUTIONS SCHEDULED IN N.C. 

COLM. JANET 

VIOLENT ACTS SOLVE NOTHING 

COLSON. SA" (CLEMSON UNIV. I 

CLEMSHN SUSPENDS TRACK COACHES PENDING PROBE 

COLTON. MAPIE REP. (D-BUNC0M8E1 

DAY CARE BILLS SURE TO BE CONTROVERSIAL 

COLTRANE. T. WORTH (DISBARRED LAHYFRI 
LA»YER ORDERED TO BE DISBARRED 
ASHEBORO LAWYER ORDERED 0IS=>A3KED 
LAWYER TO 130APD 
ATTORNEY IS FORMER UNC BOARD •lEMBER 

COLVARD. GENEVA (COURT CLEPK) 

PROSPECTIVE JUROR GETS NEW CHECK DEDUCTION 

COLVER. BOB 
THIS IS 



DURING MARCH 



A •LA2Y MAN'S GARDEN- 



COMAN, PATRICIA 

NEW CHAIRMAN 

OUTLOOK FOR HISTORIC BLACKNALL HOUSE DISMAL 
COMAR. NED 

CAN'T SOMEONE ADJUST THE TRAF=ir SIGNALS' 

THE AGONY JF WAITING FOR FAST FOOD 

ANTIQUE TRAFFIC LIGHTS NEED REPLACEMENTS 

COMBS, JAN 

SHE DID HEAR FRPM HIM 

COMBS, LENNARD (6LUABETH CITYI 

N.C. FUGITIVE ARRESTED IN N.Y. 

COMBS. THORNTON (HIGH POINT! 
MAN HIT BY TRAIN 

COMER, WILLIAM LLOYD 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER 
COMO. PERRY 

ESbS'™^"'^ 'IT'S MY FUN HEEKE>1D' 

COMO PLANNING 6-WEEK CONCERT TOUR 

MISS SHORE. COMO, OTHERS SET = OR SHOW 

CELEBRITIES SHINE TO HELP CHILDREN 

DINAH SNEAKS A KISS AT TEE TIME 

WARM wELCnM= 

^'^'■''r-J'^.^'^''- 'WARDS TO COMO. FOUR OTHERS 
BENEFICIAL ART OPENING 
130.000 RAISE'l TO AID HOSPITA, 
CHILDREN: A SHARED INTEREST 

COMPTON, BETTY BAINES (CEOAR GROVEI 

NURSE PRACTITIONERS FILL RURAL GAP 

(COMPTON, CARRIE MCDAOE (CEOAR GROVEI (DECEASEOI 

COMPTON. CHARLES LEWIS (ME9ANEI 

MEBANE MAN DIES IN CAR-TRAIN CRASH 

COMPTON, ETHEL HOLT (DECEASED) 
OBITjARY 

COMPTON, OSCAR (ORANGE CO. I 
OUIT ATTACKING TOBACCO 

CONANT. NOPMAN F. DR. (DECEASEOI 

CONANI, FORMER DUKE BIOLOGIST 

CONE. CEASAR 

CEASAR CONE EXPANDED EMPIRE 

CONE, DAVn (GASTONIAl 

MUSEUM OFFICIAL'S FIRING IN GASTONIA IS UPHELD 

CONE, HAROLD SIMPSON IN. Y.I (DECEASEOI 
HAROLD CONE DIES ■ucucA. cui 

PIANIST HAROLD CONE, OF GREENSBORO, DIES 

CONE, MOSES H. 

CONES GOT TEXTILE INDUSTRY STARTED ^LMOST CENTURY AGO 

'-°''^'',;ofVf,.'IJ"'E VICTORIA lOECEASEDI 
UO 1 I UARY 

CONGER, STEPHEN H. (LITTLETONI 

REAGAN LEADERS PICKED FOR DRIVE 

CONKLIN, DON ROUSE (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CONKLIN, MARY H. 

COUNTY GENERAL PRAISED 
CONLEY. WILLIAM G. Ill DR. 

PEDIATRICS FIRM SUED IN CHILD'S DEATH 

CONNALLY, JESSIE LOUISE JEFFREYS OECEASEOl 













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H 2 U/23/84 C 10 

H 2 5/07/84 B I P G L30 

H 2 12/06/84 A 12 U 

H 2 1/26/84 A 19 N 

S 2 7/18/84 A 4 L 

H 2 12/D9/64 C 1 P N 

S 2 9/27/84 C 2 J 



S 2 9/26/84 C 1 

H 2 9/27/84 6 1 

H 2 9/28/84 A 6 

S 2 9/28/84 C 1 



H 2 7/28/84 A 1 
H 2 10/21/84 B 12 



H 2 11/06/84 A 3 
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H 2 7/11/84 A 4 
H 2 8/17/84 A 4 
H 2 12/28/84 A 4 



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H 2 4/10/84 A 13 

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H 2 5/15/84 D 11 

H 2 5/15/84 D 13 

H 2 5/20/84 A 1 

H 2 5/21/84 A 1 

S 2 5/21/84 A 1 

H 2 11/D9/94 a S 

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H 2 7/09/84 B 10 

H 1 2/28/84 B 1 N 

H 2 10/15/84 6 6 

H 2 4/01/84 4 L 

H 2 4/25/84 B 5 

S 2 9/21/84 A 6 G J50 

H 2 8/09/A4 A 6 N 



S 2 8/15/84 C 12 n 
H 2 8/16/84 C 14 



S 2 9/13/84 A 7 F J50 

H 2 9/27/84 A 14 

H 2 2/15/84 A a N 

H 2 5/10/84 A IB 

H 2 7/23/84 A 4 L 

H 3 ;i/28/84 B 1 N W36 



MONrHLT/iN-JUlL INDEX BV HAKES 

l/Ol/U<. - 12/31/8". 



OBITUARY 

CONNAUGHTQM, JOHN P . OR . „ ^ ^ 

NC. ECONOKY SEEN GROHING DEYONO PRE-SFCCSSION LEVELS 
BAR0M6TIC riS HEEL ECOMONY 

STATE'S ECONO^IY REACHING NEW LEVcLS QF EHOLIY-ENT 
M EC0N0:<I5TS EXPECT STRONG YEAR FCt! N.C. 
N.C. ECONOMY LOOKS GOOD FOR N;XT YEAR 

CONNELLY, RANSOM 1 BURKE CO-I , ,^ 

COURT OVERTURNS DEATH SENTENCE IN BURKE CASE 
LIFE PRISON TERM IMPOSED IN O^ATH OF "SLOW DRIVER' 

''°*"*^COUNTY^SCHOOL SYSTEM CALLED -TNE OF THE BEST- 
CONNER. LOUISE KNIGHT (FLA. I lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

'^°*"''?;El'SoiTsS£"El''R82fR^'EUPHOMA HAS HIGH PRICE IN BLISTERS 

CONNOR. CHRIS IVOCALIST] 

A COMEBACK AND AN ARRIVAL 

CONNOR. LEE I DANCE TEACHER I 

MAKING OANCE 'HEAL UNITY. ..JIlH JHBRE .E ARE 

SHARED VIEWS, DIFFERENT APPROACHES 

CONNOR INSPIRES OUKE DANCE 

CONNflKS, JIHUY 

RUDENESS EARNS OUSTER 

"'""a;N-'§lF;^N.^''^?i;icE order, in jail U* pays 

CONRAD. ROBERT F. 

THE FLAT TAX PLAN 

"■"""thaNKs'fgR SUPPORTING CHRISTMAS PROJECT 

CONWAY. JERRY WAYNE ( H I LLSBORQUGH I 
2 ARRESTED IN POLICE CHASE , 
CAR BREAK-IMS BRING 2 ARRESTS 

CGNYERS. EVANOER LEE ,,„ , „„„,c™„ 
BURLINGTON MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY 
POLICE SAY S2.500 TAKEN IN ROBBERY WAS RECOVERED 

CONYERS. JO ANN (RALEIGHl 

RALEIGH WOMAN SHOT, KILLED IN STORE 

"'two N.C. CRAFTSMEN WIN NATIONAL AWARDS 
FOLK ARTISTS GET HONORS 

COOK. DEXT'R (WILSONl 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN TAX CASE 

"°"-Ei°A;;SEji^? 'jllf's^irio^^eO X-RATED THEATER 

"°"'cHS5rL ^g^I^TY lhVd,'Tl°riH\lVU''hu^ time: not EXACTLY CHRISTMAS. 

''°°"'ST0KESUALE: LOTS OF FOLKLORE AND NOT TOO MUCH CHANGE 

COOK. PHILIP J. , ,,^ 

STUDY SHOWS CRI"E. TIMES NO N=aT FIT 
MURDERS. RECESSION NOT LINKED 

COOK. ROD IDUkE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER) 
A STRAIGHT ANSWER, FINALLY 

COOK. TnHMAS A. JR. (RICHMOND. VA.l 
OSltuARY 
OUKE ADOS TWO VISITING PROFESSORS 

COOK, w. C. "DOUG" ILEXINGTONI 

LEXINGTON BARPECUE GOING nathnal 

COOKE, BRUCE TIMOTHY 1ROANOK= RAOI^Sl , ^,„^ 
HALIFAX MAN CHARGED IN MANTEO BUILDING FIRE 

COOKE. CURTIS C. 

THANKS FOR HELP 

COOKE. MAX (OAK HILL FELLOWSHIP CENTER) . 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

"■"""^AR INFORMS PUSHED IN QUILT AND PAINTING EXHIBITIONS 

COOLEY. GRETChEN ,^ ,.,,-^ 

HOSPITAL COSTS HIKE INSURANCE RJTES 
DO NOT rOMPARF 'APPLES AND ORANGES' 
MFOIA IGNORED JACKSON 
DUKE SPORTS COVERAGE EXCELLENT 

COOLIOCE, WARREN HENRY ( FAYETTE V ILL El 

FORMER U.S. ATTORNEY SAYS ME EMBEZZLED 
BAR SEEKS OUT CROOKED LAWYERS 

COOMBS, ANNE laxPQRDt , ..,,„ 

FIGHT 'BIG BROTHER' iVlTH THE CONSTITION 

rOOMRS, STEPHEN 

ACC NEEDS COMPROMISE ON TV GA^ES 

POAYER IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS AN ATTEMPT TO EVANGELIZE 

COON. SUSAN 

NEW^JOB AT DUKE PUTS SUSAN COON: ON THE EDGE OF HER SEAT 

^'"^"^OUKe'aDMInIsTRATOR HITS STUDY ON HOSPITAL COSTS 

COOPER. A.^OEKWIN^OR.^ DURHAM PHYSICIAN. DIES AFTER ILLNESS 
FUNTRiL SERVICE TOMORROW FOR 5R. A. DERWIN COOPER 
0'!ltuARY 
COOPER: CARING. CHIPPER 

COOPER. ALAN W. I WINSTON-SALEMI 







1/14/85 


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3/10/94 A 4 

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10/22/84 A 4 


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12/14/84 C 1 


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OLD PHOTOS A TREAT 




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COOPER. JIMMY LEE IDSNVILLEt VA . 1 (OECEASEOI 

DANVILLE MAN CHARGED WITH R0B3ERYt SLAYING 




H 2 


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COPPER. JOHN (TEXASI- 

2 MORE INDICTED IN DRUG RING 




H 7 


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COOPER. L. C. (WARREN CO.) 

FIRM SEEKS FARMERS TO GROW VEr.ETAPLES 




H 1 


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COOPER. LACY IHILLSeOROUiH) (DECEASEDI 
OPI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

COOPER. LOUISE 

FRIENDSHIP FORCE PLANS EXCHANGE VISIT 

COnPER. LULA IDECSASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COOPER. LUVENIA IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

COOPER. RUSSELL INEWTQMI 

THREE CRITICAL AFTER DRINKING LYE AT PARTY 

DOCTOR CALLS CHEMICAL MISTAKE-i FOR WINE 'ONE OF WORST THINGS...' 

2 RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL AFTER SUFFERING LYE BURNS 

COOPER. WILLIAM ARTHUR REV. 

TAR HEEL MINISTER RESCUED STATE'S SLACK HISTORY. CULTURE 

COPE. DAVID (DAVID'S OFFICE INTERITRSI 

THEN THERE WAS THE WEEKEND RATS ATE ALL THE CARBON PAPER 

COPE. WALLACE 

FARMER WONDERING WHETHER UFO CAUSED CIRCLE OF DEAD VEGETATION 

COPE. WILLIAM ECTOR JR. 

COPE RETRIAL SET MONDAY 

COPE TRIAL GETS UNDER HAY 

RULING ON TESTIMONY TODAY 

JURY SELECTION TO START 

TESTIMONY ADMISSIBLE 

WITNESS TELLS OF SHOT FIRFD THROUGH WINDOW 

WITNESS PLACES DEFENDANT AT SCENE OF SLAYING IN 1980 

HYPNOSIS SESSIONS QUESTIONED 

COPE TRIAL: PSYCHIATRISTS CRITICAL OF HYPNOSIS 

COPE GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA ACCEPTED IN MURDER TRIAL 

COPELANO. BETTY "ARABLE ~" 

TEEN-AGE PREGNANCIES CLIMBING IN DURHAM 
SCHOOL ROARD MEMBER TO RECEIVE AWARD 

COPELANO. J. DEWPERRY (BOILING SPRINl'-SI 
EOMISTEN UTILITY POLICIES HAVE COST 

COPELANO. JENNIFER 

COPELANO C CODY: TOGETHER. 



HORSE AND RIDER KICK UP A STORM OF AWARDS 



copelano. john (marine from burlin". toni 
memorial tree 

copelano. mary h. 

democrats used slea2y tactics 

copelano. velma breeze 
obituary 

copeland-, william (supreme court) 

cipeland resigns seat on n.c. supreme court 
n.c. supreme court justice resigns 
hunts' court choice could salve wounds 
hunt faces one or two midnight picks 
hunt appoints vaughn 

copley. clarence ray (rougemonti (jeceaseoi 
obituary 

Copley. Daniel leroy (OECEaseoi 
obituary 

copley. mabel mclean (deceased! 
obituary 

copley. "arldn max 

man stabbed outside store 
stabbing leavfs man paralyzed 
man stabbed 

corp. laurel archer dr. (uhc-ch school of nursing] 
nursing dean reappointed 

copper. john f. or. 

lift u.s. trade restrictions 

copbett. gforgeanna ( burgaw 1 

marijuana found in garden of grandmother. age 70 

corbitt. jim (tennessee! 

folks apouno here: the way things are 

corijitt. venita bennett 

woman gfts four years in pristn for welfare fraud 

TOUGH FRAUD SENTENCE IS A WELCOME CHANGE 
FRAUDS DESERVE STIFF SENTENCES 

CORLEY. WILLIAM 

MONTHLY BULLETIN STARTED ON N.C. 



MISSING PERSONS 



CORMACK. TERRr (BASEBALL PLAYERl 

CORMACK BLASTING OFF FROM BULLS 
FORMER BULLS JOCKEYING FOR POSITIONS 

CORNELIOUS. EVE 

EVE CORNELIOUS SINGS GOOD SONGS SENSIBLY 

CORNELIUS TO PERFOR" 

EVE CORNELIOUS LIKES TO SING ALL THAT JAZZ 

CORNETT, SANP6E ELAINE (CHARLOTTEI 

CHARLOTTE POLICE SUSPECT MISSING WOMAN ABDUCTED 
REWARD FUNO ESTABLISHED FOR MISSING WOMAN 



M 2 2/07/B<. 8 
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H 2 2/l'i/B4 A 
H 2 9/27/84 A 
H 2 10/10/84 B 



H 2 11/26/84 A 
H ? II/27/R4 A 
H 2 12/26/84 A 



S 2 4/19/84 A 
H 2 3/25/84 B 
H 2 9/01/84 A 



S 2 3/24/84 A 

S 2 3/26/P4 A 

H 2 3/27/84 C 

S 2 3/27/84 C 

H 2 3/28/84 6 

S 2 3/28/84 C 

H 2 3/29/84 B 

S 2 3/29/84 C 

H 2 3/30/84 B 

S 2 3/3D/84 A 

H 2 3/31/84 C 



S 2 9/03/84 C 
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S 2 5/29/84 A 

S 2 9/26/84 a 

S 2 3/19/84 A 

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S 2 U/09/84 A 

H 2 11/10/84 A 

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H 2 11/20/84 A 

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S 2 7/30/84 A 



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MONTHLY/AN 'JUiL I'JOEX BY N1M6S 

1/01/84 - 12/31/'!'. 



HISSH'G U0W4N SOUGHT 

CORNIGANS. DJIGmT LiT^nN'iiE 
ASSlULf CHAROe L00G50 

«AN ACCUSEO OF ASSA'JLT HELD I-l JAIL ,,.,„, ...^ 
OORHAM MAN GETS 15-VEAR SENTEMCE IN ASSAULT CAjE 

CORPENING. .JAYNE A. I .^INSTHM-SALEMt 

CAKSDN MEADS UNC GOVERNORS BOA RO 

""OSELLt HQHARO 

COSElL'S IDEA JUST MORE HOT AIR 
COSELL «ON"T PE HISSEO 

CO'iTA, JANE AND JERRY 

HUSBAND, HlfE ENJOY EATING NUTRITIOUS MEALS 

^"^^^SJjErAB SlRfcTO^V^^VJ^^D' MEETING IN OLY.nuTH. ENG. 
OUkE BIOLOGIST: DRILLING FLUnS NO THREAT 10 SEA 

COTHRAN, BFN IDECEASEDI lEFLANOI 
OBITUARY 

GOTTEN, ELIiABETH I FOLK SINGFRl 

LIBBA GOTTEN ''0 APPEAR IN DURHAM 

LIBRA GOTTEN TO PERFORM HERE * 

THE DAY HAS HERS 

GOTTEN, JOHN t GAROL 

COUPLE AWAITS PRISONER'S INDEPENDENCE DAY 
CAPTURED ESCAPEE HILL BE PAROLEO 
SELF-REFORMED ESCAPEE DESERVES TO BE ScT FREc 

GOTTEN, JOHN RANDOLPH 

REFORMED INMATE SHOULD GO FRE- 

COTTEN, SIMM "WILSON- ICARRBORT) 13ECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COTTEN, HAYNE LANIAUR (CARHBORO) 
MAN FACES 3 CHARGES 

COTTON. BOBBY LEE I HI LLSOOOOUGH > / .„„,,,- 
THREE-COUNTY ORUG RAID NETS NINE ARRESTS 
11 ARRESTED IN 3-COUNTY DRUG »ROBE 

COTTON, EDDIE LUTHER ,.„ 

2 MEN HELD IN THEFT OF DURHAM CAR 

COTTON, HENRY ANTHONY JR. "HANK" 
COPE RETRIAL SET UO'IOAY 
CrPE TRIAL GETS UNDER HAY 
RULING ON TESTIMONY TODAY 
JURY SELECTION TO START 

TESTT'ONY ADMISSIBLE _ , ,.„„.j 

WITNESS TELLS OF SHOT FIRED THROUGH WINDOW 
WITNESS PLACES DEFENDANT AT SCENE OF SLAYING IN 1030 
HYPNOSIS SESSIONS O'lESTtONED „.„„„<■. c 

COPF TRIAL: PSYCHIATRISTS CRITICAL OF HYPNOSIS 
CnPE GETS 20-YEAR SENTENCE 
MANSLAUGHTER PLEA ACCEPTED IN MURDER TRIAL 

COTTON, JOHN RANDOLPH 

eSCAP'^O PRISONER FOUND IN DURHAM ,,,_. 

ESCAPEE SAYS 12 yfaRS on RUN LEFT HIM OLDER. WIScR 

ESCAPEE HOPES HE hun'T " E SENT '''■C*. 

JOHN COTTON DESERVES PRIVILEGE OF FREEDOM 

COTTON. N. GRANT (FAMILY TFLEVlStON CORP. J 
T'^LEVISION STATION MAY BE S0L3 
^LFL-TV 10 BE SOLD TO BALTIMORE COMPANY 

°" "folks AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DLfHAM 

COUCH, EDWARD HENRY SR. lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CJUCH, LEAMQN JR. 

CAR WASH IS FINED 

FIR" ORDERED TO PAY BACK WAGE? , 

COUCH, MATTIE OOOSON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

COUCH, SADIE MAE lOECEASEDI 
03ITUARY 

» 

COUCH, THOMAS ROSS 

2 MEN INDICTED IN DRUG CASE 
2 HELD ON DRUG CHARGES _ 
COCAINE COUNTS "RING MAN 10-Y=A» TERM 

COULTER, MYRON L. OR. 

WESTERN CAROLINA GETS NEW CHA-ICELLOR 
UNCONTROLLED EXPANSION OF COLLEGES QUESTIONED 

COULTER. N. A. JR. ICHAPEL HILLI 

TRY MAKING FRIENOS WITH OLD E'1E"I6S 
THE COLD WAR: WHY DIDN'T WE LISTEN? 

COULTER, NANCY 

WOMAN INJURED IN WRECK 

^°"'"'|taTe"&ARO£N club GIVES SCHOLARSHIPS 

COUNCIL, ANDERSON, BLUE lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

COUNCIL, CHRISTINE H, lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COUNCIL, CLARA IRENE ICHAPEL HiLLI lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COUNCIL, INEZ STANLEY ICHARLOTTEl lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COUNCIL, ^JOE^KHEFl^ MAIN INGREOIE-lT IS mqm'S SECRET BARBECUE SAUCE 

COUNCIL, KATIE SMITH lOECEASEDI 







PAGE 66 
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MONTHLY/. .^J^.^.^, _ ,^«^o^e^. BY NAMES PJOE^^., 



09ITU4RY 

COUNCILt LEON BRYSNT JR. 

THREE MFN CHARGED WITH BREAK-tN, THEFT 

Z ARRESTED FOR BREAH-IN 

PURSE GIVES CLUE; POLICE CHARGE 2 

COUNCIL. WILLIAM III 

DURHAM MAN STABBED IN STOMACH DURING PARTY 

COUNCIL. WILLIAM JR. (DECEASEDI 

AS'ylf'^^i'*-'"'"' LEADS TO MAN'S TEATH; ARREST MADE 
OB i TUARY 

COURSON, CYNTHIA 

11" "',5^*!'^" 5^"" FILED: DAD mamed DURHAM CO. SCHOOL UNIT 

ray; COUNTY HAS NO STR IP-SEAR: H ING POLICY 3'-"JU<. U" 1 I 

cllSfl,'^^,??^^ STRIP-SEARCH SUIT DOES NOT CONTEND MAN PRESENT 

FATHER CITES HARDSHIP IN S TR I» - SE ARCH I NG CASE i-M;lCNl 

SCHOOLS UENY STRIP-SEARCHING 

ANSWER FILcD TO SEARCH SUIT: DURHAM SCHOOL OFFICIALS ASK DAMAGF"; 

BOTH SIDES SEE VICTORY IN • STMP-SEARCHING- CASE DAMAGES 

COURSON. JACK STEVEN 

FATHER CITES HARDSHIP IN S TR I' -SE ARCH I NG CASE 

COURTNEY. MICHAEL lOURHAM HIGH SCHOOLI 

COURTNEY NAMED ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL AT DURHAM HIGH 

COURTNEY. SHARLENE ANDREWS IDECEAS=DI 
OBITUARY 

COUSIN. GEORGE ICONN.I |0£CEASEDI 
OR I TUARY 

COVIL. STACY ISANITAP.IANI 
FATHERS OF THF YEAR 

COVINGTON, ALBERTA E. IDFCEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

COVINGTON. BARRY 

MAN IN ROAD SHOT 3 TIMES 

MAN, 45. CHARGED AFTER ARGUMENT ENDS IN SHOOTING 

COVINGTON. CHARLES GLENN (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COVINGTON, DOUGLAS I W I NSTON-S ALE M I 

WINSTON-SALEM STATE CHANCELLOR TO LEAVE 
COVINGTON, JIMf'Y OFXTER 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN NOV. iZ Z EC K SLAYING 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN MURDER TRIAL 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN MURDER TRIAL 

S9^tJ' SiH?'?'^^ 5^°"^ IN WHICH RUDY FOUND 

STATE RESTS IN COVINGTON "U'D^R TRIAL 

COVINGTON ARGUMENTS CONTINUINC 

?5'*.?Ji!I^'"^ED TO LIFE PLUS AO IN MINI-MART SLAYING 

COVINGTON TO APPEAL TERM IN G5 OCEP • S DEATH ^'-""*'' 

COVINGTON, JOSEPH 

LOST WORLDS: THE SEARCH IS ON AT N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

COVINGTON, STEPHEN PHILLIP 
MAN CHARGED IN CUTTING 
LUMBERTDN MAN CHARGED IN KNIFING 

COWAN, LYNDA B. IJACKSON CO. I 

FORMER JACKSON COMMISSIONER SENTENCED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT 
COWAN, PAUL E. JR. IJACKSON CO. I 

FORMER JACKSON COMMISSIONER SENTENCED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT 

COHOERY. w. C. "BOO" 
A-VQLUNT66H .- - 

COWEN. DAVID 

RISING HEALTH-CAKE COSTS ARE MAJOR CONCERN 
COWLEY. JOE 

EX-BULL COWLEY GETS WIN AS YA-JKS NIP TWINS 

COfLING. ELLIS 3. OR. 

N.C. RESEARCHERS' ACID RAIN WORK TO BE FEATURED 
COX, BETSY IWRITERI 

POETS. NOVELISTS, SHORT STORY WRITERS SLATED TO READ AT LIBRARY MEETING 

COX, BOB (VIETNAM VET. c TENNIS INSTRUCTOR) ' 

VIETNAM VETERAN WEEK SHONE '"'^ '""'^ ^'^* ' 

COX, CALANDRA ROCHELLE (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COX, CRYST^^N DIANA ANGIE (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COX, EOWIN OR. 

DUKE RESEARCHERS THINK CHEMOTHERAPY MAY CURE CANCER 
COX. ELIZABETH (WRITCRl 

NOVELIST EXPLORES FAMILY'S INTRICACIES 
COX, GLOVER EAKER 

DURHAM MAN FACES CHARGES IN V»NCE 
COX, HUBERT (OXFORD I 

GRANVILLE PLANS NEW COUNTY CO-PLEX 

COX, JIMMY EDDIE ILORIS, S.C.I 

TWO MEN FACE DRUG TRAFFICKING CHARGES 
COX, MILDRED 

COURT CLEARS BUSCH ANO HARRIS IN ACCIDENT AT UNIVERSITY MALL 
CCX, MIRIAM I SANFO'DI 

SOME PEOPLE WANTED TO PAY FOR TV GAMES 

COX, RANPY (UNC LACROSSE I 
UNC'S COX TOPS VOTE 

COX, ROGER W. (HICKORYI 

GROUP WANTS TO HELP SINGLE, DIVORCED PEOPLE 



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H 2 10/04/84 A I 
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H ? 8/28/54 U 14 
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N E ELY 

P D4TE C PG L P "IVL 

COXi uILLIf IHORRISVILLEl IOECEaSE:)! „ , 4/03/»« 8 5 

oeiruAKV 

"' -f5;!2isf2iL^^r.'FisrE^!;ptEi'"''"" « ^ ^'"^»^ * ' ^ 

""•D^'BitE|-H*S-NO CURE. BUT RESEARCH CONTINUES " 2 9/26/e<. B <. N B30 

COXHEAP, GfQR&E L. IChAPEL HILLI „ 2 10/3O/9<. A 4 L 

ANCIENT ORANGE HISTORY 

COYSLER. KALTER Tucro mt>.cc H 2 5/26/84 A 4 L 

ELDERLY. PRISONEKS l-l THEIR MDMFS 

CQZART. ERCELINc COQPE'' ( BUTNER 1 .„.„t„,.,, h 2 6/3C/"4 A 5 N 

TWO ARRESTET DURING SEARCH OF APART-ENT 

COZART. GRACE ELIZABETH JOHNSON (O'CEASEOI „ 2 1/20/64 A 10 

OBITUARY 

COZART. u. riOYT (DECEASEOI H 2 6/05/84 B 5 

OBITUARY 

"'""Jove'r-'oR-S IFCICE MAY CHANGE WORDING PE STATE RPwARn OFFERS S I 12/"/'4 i \ N 

iri^il.s'AllofNtS^^^aF'^JEiSo COURT HIT BY JUDGE. GOP " 2 12/"/84 A 10 N 

CRAOTREE. 3. A. H 2 4/11/84 4 N 

ASSAULT NETS 4-YEAR TER'^ H 2 3/06/84 B 1 N 

OFFICER HURT IN ^.REC^ 

CRA6TREE. CLARA ,,^^^„ =.o.i„ncr, S 2 10/18/84 C 3 N L3R 

PROGRAM FOR GIFTED EXPANDED 

CRABTREE. CLSYE CLAYTON lOECFASEDI H j 8/01/84 A ■? 

OBITUARY 

CRABTREE. "YBTLE (ROUGEMONTl ^,.^^.., • S 2 5/25/'>4 A 4 L 

KNOX "NO FRIEND* OF N.C. TEAC^cRS 

CRABTREE. TSACY LYNN (OECEASEOl „ j 10/14/84 3 2 

OBITUARY 

CRADLE. FLUABETH =CyST „„,,^^ S 2 6/20/94 A 1 N K45 

5 FACE CHARGES FOR ORUG": „ j 5/21/34 B 1 N 

FIVE PERSONS AROESTFO ON DRUG CHARGES " ' 0/^1/54 

CRAFT. CHRISTINE IJ0URNALI3TI „ j lO/0''/B4 B 1 » N !?46 

FIRED ANCHORxOHAN LAUDS ERA 

CRAir.. ANDREW ,„,.,ux H I 1/2Y/84 B 1 N 

To^.^lin 'HU"illVT,Hr'ii'0\0 DEATH ROW " 2 ^/"/'* C 1 N 

"""■■fwST.?: CRAFTSMEN WIN NATIONAL AWARDS 5 | J^f^^^J g 'l "i 

?Sb56JgIk'J%"T'Er^??L\ .SE5 FOQT-POWERE" WHEEL ^ | |'/|//ij J [I „ ^p 

N.C. TRADITIONAL POTTER HO.'.ORE D | , 12/27/84 1 P F 971 
ANOTHER YEAR NOTEO... 

CRAIG, DAVID JAHE3 ICHAP=L HILLI „ 3 5/03/84 8 I N 

TWO ARRESTED FOR BREAK-IN 

CRAIG. IZONA J. ICARRBIROI IDECEASEDl „ j 12/12/34 B 8 

OBITUARY 

CRAIG. JOSEPH CH°ISTOPHER (CHAPEL HILLI 5 j 1/17/B4 A 11 N 

ASSAULT CHARGED 

CRAIG. ROGER LEE COETRnlT P ITCH ING CO ACH I . 2 6/a4/»4 B 3 P U DIB 

CRAIG SHO-S TIGER STAFF BOW TO WIN | | 7/13/n4 1 P U 018 

lliW-l 'ill^^S H.VF TIGERS ARMED FOR PLAYOFFS » | JO/02/84 B | P U M71 

DURHAM'S ROGER CRAIG RETIRES ^ROM BASEBALL " ^ 11/18/84 l 

^•'''''nH"ot'^l\L\l"'li\cHli^hu WITH '.HOCOLATE LOVERS " ^ "2*/«^ ^ 1 » F HOI 

"*"'£R:;?i;.':^°N?R!cnf:^: ^i'>\c».i^yj,oi,^ at «« 34 s z ,o/o=/,4 a ^1 p n 

GRAIN. FORMER HOSPITAL BOARD PRESIDENT. DIES 

CRAMER. BONNIE^ __ __ ^,.,cc ^c.T u-,«c= 5 2 10/10/84 C 5 N 

PROGRAM HELPS FAMILIES HEAT H3 ME S 

CRANE. LARRY M. OR. ,, , • H 7 3/21/S4 B 1 N ^30 

RAOIQLOGIST LEARNS FROM MUH-IES 

CRANE. LYLE LONG MRS. IDECEAScDI H 2 2/2<'/e4 BIO 

OBITUARY 

CRANFILL. VIRGINIA JOECEASEOI rutin ABUSE CASE H 2 10/03/84 B 11 N 

COURT OVERTURNS WOMAN'S CONVI.TION IN CHILD AbUSt LAiT 

CRANFORO. H. C. ^„^ , ,^^ ,^ „,«,>,.„ " ' 4/l")/84 B I U 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

CRANFO'D. H. C. JR. ,^„ ^....T. tnc. S 2 11/30/34 A 4 L 

CITY JOB QUOTAS A "REPUGNANT" IDEA 

CRANFORO. "AR IAN I ORANGE CO.) ^rnoni FOR POOR IN HAITI S 2 4/23/84 A 1 P F C05 

ORANGE COUNTY WOMEN TO HELP BJILD SCHOOL t-UH kjjk i^ "a i ■ i 

CRANFORO. ■<ITCHcLL AND DEBORAH .„„, S 2 2/17/34 All N 

?S;N^^eArT'st'pARENfs"r¥ia GiS^FkILLEO I. ACCIDENT SAY THEIR LOSS... - 1 5/0^/84 e I N 

CR.NSTON,^AL.N^.S|NATORJ^ INDICT ALL DEMOCRATS " ^ ^'"^'^ ' '" "^ 

CRAVEN._BR.XTON^OR.^,^^ SAYS CAMPUS YULE DULL " ^ '^'^'^'^ ^ ' " °" 

"''^:;;Mif!lAi|Nl'UNS = LnR AND P;IEST; A OUESTION OF BALANCE [J? t'^Vo'^t °. I ' [ '" 

SHOPPING CENTER'S DESIGN WAS ISSUE BEFORE COUNCIL " | 4/21/34 A 4 L 

EOMISTEN'S EDGE -FAIRNESS. HOIESTY- ^ j 11/08/84 A 4 L 
WISDOM FROM FOR 

CRAWFORD. CONNY LEE S 2 -8/30/84 A 3 N 

DURHAM WO-AN CHARGED .-,,-., ,ur conM 3 ^TnRFS H 2 8/31/84 A. R N 

DURHAM RESIDENT CHAPGED WITH STEALING FROM 3 STORtS 



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CRAWFORD. JAMES HOMER jr. or. (CHACEL huLI IDECFA<;Eni 

NOTED AHtA PHYSICIST DIES AT si iUfLfA>,t I 

DR. JAMES H. CRAhFORD JR.: UNC PROF WAS LEADER IN CAMPUS CHRISTIAN... 
CRAWFORD, MYRA (ORANGE CO. SUPERIO> CO'JRTl 

PRESENT-PEEKER GETS MAX: OLD 3 UN-AROUNO 

CRAYTON, MILLIE 

FAITH. POLITICS DO 1IX 

CREAMER, BOYCE H. 

DURHAM SHOULDN'T CLOSE MARYLAND AVENUE 

CREECH, RAPNFY 

SMITH GETS 32 YEARS IN CRFECH SLAYING 
SMITH GETS 32 YEARS FOR MUROE' 

CREECH, PICKY 

SEPT. 22 HAS IMPORTANT DAY 

'-"^'■'-i'J:, v!l 57„!,2'J''J UNIV. MEDICAL HISTORY PROGRAMI 
HEALTH FOODS MAY BE UNHEALTHY 

CREMINS, BOBBY 

CPEMINS- POSITIVE PATH 

CREMINS. TECH TAKE ATLANTA BY STORM 

NO WRECK NO MORE 

COEMINS" BIG TEST 

GPEENS30R0 -PERFECT' FOR ACC TOURNEY 

CREMINS 'DISAOPOINTEO' BY OPENING NIT MATCHUP 

TECH IS LOOKING TO SEACH THAT NFXT PLATEAU 

HUST HOW GOOD WERE COACHES AS PLAYERS? 

CRENSHAW, ANJ I 

■B6AUJ0LAIS' WINS BEE 

CRENSHAW, BEN 

CRENSHAW'S DAY COMES 

CRENSHAW, ROBERT E. 

OE-SEXEO SCRIPTURES HELP WOME>l WORSHIP 

CRESSON, TERESA "EARLENE ILENOIRI 

GIRL DIES AFTER APPARENTLY JUMPING FROM CAR 

CRESSWELL, ANN K, (RALEIGH) 

PRLVENTION: CURE FOR CHILD ABJSE 
^??k"'^,?J^° TOGETHER TO FIGHT CHILD ABUSE 
RAPE VICTIMS RARELY PROVOKE ASSAULTS 
FOR 'LATCHKEY' CHILDREN: CARE IS THE KEY 

CREh, a. b. (EMERALD ISLEI 

COAST RESIDENT GLAD HE'S BACK IN Durham 

CREWS, GARLAND L. IRALFIGHl 

RETIRED WAKE PRINCIPAL KILLED 

CREWS, HATTIE M. 

7<. YEARS' SERVICE 

CRE«S. PAUL JR. ( WINSTON-SALFMI 

FORSYTH MAN CHARGED IN 1983 STAYING 
CRIMM, MITCH 

PARACHUTE JUMP MADE HIS POINT 

CRITChER. MAGDALENE ROYSTER (OXFORO) (DECEASED) 
OXFORD PUBLISHER DIES AT 8<. 
OXFORD PUBLISHER DIES AT 8<. 

CROCKER, BELINDA 

CITY SCHOOLS OK CALENDAR FOR l98'.-85 
CROKER, NELLIE 

WOMAN, 86, TREATED AFTEP FIRE 

CROMARTIE, DORIS (ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF COMMERCE) 
OFFICIAL SEES GAINS BY WOMEN 

CRONIN, J I" 

FLEXIBILITY KEY FOR INVESTORS 

CRONKITE, WALTER (RETIRED NEWSMAN) 

Sk°n'-'-J 1° CRUISE MANTEO'S HARBOR 
?^?I5 WEATHER ROUGH SEAS TO REACH ISLAND 
A H3-MILLI0N ANNIVERSARY 

"°''°A,,.^?'::'c' ISH"^ *^^T. FOOTBALL COACH) 

DUKE'S CROPP TAKES POSITION WITH VANDERBILT , 

CROPSEY, NELLIE (ELIZABETH CITY) 

DEATH OF NELLIE CROPSEY REMAINS UNSOLVED MYSTERY 

CROSBY, CAROL (CHARLOTTE) 

N.C. MAN PULLS TWO FROM FIRE 

CROSS, JULIE ANN 

EX-WIFE SAYS SHE PRINTED PHONY BILLS 

CROSS, MIKE 

TROUBADOURS TO PERFORM 

MIKE CROSS TO PERFORM IN CHAP=L HILL 

CROSS, VERNA MAE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CROUCH, WILLIAM T. (CHAPCL HILL) 
BELIEF REMAINS STRONG 

CROUSE, JANE (PITISSORO) 

STORYTELLING ART REVIVED APRIL I 

CROVELLO, WILLIAM (SCULPTOR) 

SHOWS CONTRAST SCULPTURE STYLES 

CROVITZ, LOUIS 

ACADEMY ALUMNI RECEIVE AWARDS 

CROWELL, HAROLD IMORGaNTON) 

CENTER HELPS MENTALLY HANDICAPPED ARTIST DEVELOP TALENT 

'-''°'*^i:nD'r,^°Kr!.^', I'SST. SECRETARY np AGRICULTURE) 

WORDS NOT ALWAYS RELATED TO THE FACTS 01= A MATTER 

CROWELL - DAVIS, SHARON OR. 



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OFFICIALS NOT SUR": OOG THAT BIT THREE PEOOLE IS DEAD 

CRPWN, LESTER (CHICaGOI ^ „^^, „^^^ 

NEH TOHN BUILDERS LONG ON RESDU'CES 

CRUM» DICK 

uses TALKING NF" ATTITUDE 

EXPERIENCED ANTHONY EAR'IS UNC START 

YOUNG HEELS PREPARE FOR FLIRT WITH FL>JTIE 

CPUM: OPENING LOSS NOT FATAL TO TAR MFELS 

CPU": BOSTON PASSING PARTY NOT SURPRISING 

UNEASY CROHN IN CAMELOT 

OF HOUNDS AND TIGFRS ^,_ „ 

HEELS OPTIMITSTIC DESPITE 1-3 RECORD 

TAR HEELS EYE STaTEi SOLUTION 

MEMPHIS ST. GIVES UNC •DIFFER=NT' LOOK 

SCHFOULE HELPS TAR HEELS STAY IN TITLE HUNT 

TERPS SPOIL CU'^'S RALL-CCNTRTL TACTICS 

TFRPS SPOIL CRU-<'S 3ALL-CaNTRnL TACTICS 

HEELS GOING AIR93PNE FOR TECH 

TAR HEELS NEED ult VS. CAVS 

CRUM HANGS HIMSELF JIIH TIE RATIONALE 

CRUH. FLOYD lOUoLIN, N.C.I 

FIREMEN IGNORE CALL; MAN'S H0« E dURNS 
TWO TOWNS EXTEND FIRE PROTECTION 

CRUM. JOHN "JACK" HAMMOND OR. 
CRUM NAMED NEW PASTOR 

CRUMPLEY. A. C. IPITTSPOROl ^ „, 

IBS PUTS S3UEE2F ON CHURCHES. PASTORS 
DON'T BLAME GOO FOR STATE'S PROBLEMS 

CRUMBLIS5* HAREN 

DIRECTOR NAMED FOR ASSOCIATION 

CRUMP, ^RGBERT^LEE^^^^^^^ IN COUPLE'S KIDNAPPING 

CRUMP* VIVIAN 

JUDGE RULES CRUMP FIRING MAS JUSTIFIED 
JUDGE UPHOLDS DISMISSAL OF TEACHER „,,„., ^.,,. 
DURHAM HERALD CO. SEEKS DISMISSAL OF REIO'S SUIT 
LIBEL SUIT DISMISSED 

CRUTCHFIELO. CURTIS J. 

CRuTChf'iIlO.^BALOwIn file for RE-ELECTION 
jruTchFIELD. MRS. BALDWIN FIL: FOR 30ARD 

?^iJ''65^:'cn°?hHb^;!^> ilg='? RE-ELECT CURTIS CRUTCHFIELO -AD. 

hIGhT spends most FUNDS IN BOIRD RACE 

CANDIDATE CALLS FOR LEVY OF 20-CENT SCHOOL TAX 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS PREFER CURRENT CURRICULUM SETUP 

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES LIST CHANGES FOB SYSTEM 

SCHOOL CANDIDATES EYE BOARD'S ROLE 

II AT SCHOOL BOARD FORUM ,.^^, 

SFHOOL BOARD HOPEFULS IDENTIFY CHALLENGES 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 



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INTERIM REPLACEMENT FOR YEAf-E' LKELY 
SThOOL POARD is criticized 1=05 -'EETING 
APPLICANTS' DEAfiLINE SET FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS POST 
PUBLIC MAY MEET UN SUPERINTENTENT 

LANDING: BOARD DRAGGING FEET .,^^- 

COOPEPATION SAID KEY TC KEEPING SCHOOLS CHIEFS 
BROUGMTON RFPCACE-ENT OECISIO>l STILL PENDING 
SIX CANDIDATES REMAIN TO HEAD COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SIX MEN IN RUNNING FOR SCHOOL JOB 

FIVE CANOtOATFS ARE LEFT FOR COUNTY SCHOOL POST 
CONTRACT TALKS BEGIN FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS CHIEF 
SChiOLS choice TO BE ANNCJNCET 

llToll ISXS'ra{|[ ".hl^Cr VIEWED AS "OSITIve STEP 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD AGREES TO RENT LAND TO REDWOOD FIRc OFPT. 

CRUTCHFIELO, EDwAkO E. JR. IFIRST UNION! 

FIRST UNION DIRECTORS NAME NEW CHAIRMAN 

CRUTCHFIELO, NELL DAVIS (DECEASED) 

NORTHERN HIGH TEACHER NELL CRJTCHFIELD DIES 
OBITUARY 

CRUTCHFIELO. SHEA 

BEHOLD, THE LOWLY TOMATO < 

CUBBAGE, "IKE (BASEBALL manaGE'I ,,,,, 
CUBBAGE'S TRIAL RUN PROVES A SUCCESS 

CUDOY, D. L. 00. (NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONI 
SCHOOL DISCIPLINE: A POSITIVE APPROACH 

CULSERSCN. JAMES M. JR. (ASHEBOROl 

INTANGIELES TAX CALLED CAPRICIOUS 

CULBERSON, <ILLIAM LOUIS DR. 

GARDENS WILL GET ►■Ew TREES 
DUKE GARDENS EXPANSION BEGINS 

CULLIPHER. WILLIAM T. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

"'" what'"IF REAGAN TALKED LIKE JACKSOM? 
WHO CARES AOUBTP MESSF'S OVFRS IGMT7 
COMMUNISM SUPPORTED BY GUNS 
SOVIET SECURITY NEEDS TOO tiRf T 
JACKSON OIJN'T LIBERATE ENOUGjPcOPLE 
MONOalE tries STRADDLING THE FENCE 
THE ILLUSIONARY FUTURE 
FAITH PRODUCED ACTION 
CARTOON NOT SHAMEFUL 
JUDGMENT IS CLOUDED 

CULTON. BOB (CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL! rn-rucc 

TIGERS HOPE TO OVERCOME SHORTAGE OF GRID COACHES 

CULTON. JEAN';E a. 

FERRARO'S DILFM-A 
ABORTION IS CHILD ABUSE 

CU"MINGS, EOWIN F. JR. 



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S 2 


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N L38 


H 2 


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S 2 


11/05/8". A 




N L3a 


H 2 


12/0<./8'. A 


13 


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H 2 11/22/8". A 13 



7/27/8". A lA 
7/28/6". C 2 



H 2 9/02/8". C la P U G78 



S 2 8/23/8". C 1 P N 090 



H 2 2/22/6". A A 



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s 


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1 


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l/01/8<, - 



INDEX 

i2/3i/e<. 



PAr.e 71 



FORHCR INTELLIGENCE OFFICER JTINS DUKE'S AIR FORCE ROTC 

CUMMINC-Si FRANCES INCAE PRESIDENT! 

NCAE LEADER SAYS KEEP KLANS^"E^ OFF SCHOOL GROUNOS 
JACKSON'S EKOTIDNAL SPEECH SWAYS AT LEAST ONE DELEGATE 

CUMMINGSt JILL (WRITERl 

FRED CHAPPELL FESTIVAL HILL REFLECT ON WRITING PROGRAM AT UNC-G 

CUNANAN, OSCA 

TRIAL SE 

DOCTOR'S 

JURY SEL 

LAWYERS 

CUNANAN 

WOMAN TE 

WIT'.IESS 

ALLEGED 

DOCTOP S 

DOCTORS: 

PHYSIC lA 

JURY VIE 

NURSE 01 

BOLTON S 

P5YCH0L0 

CUNANAN: 

cMJTIONA 

DOCTOR 

WITNESS: 

DEL IDERA 

WOMAN AS 

DELIBFRA 

JURY Htl 

JURY IN 

CUNANAN 

CUNANAN 

MISTRIAL 

CASE MAY 

SETTLEMF 

SFITlEME 



- S. DR. 
T FOR SUIT IN ASSAULT 

TRIAL TO BEGIN 
ECTION BEGINS IN CARY 
RFAOY TO PRESENT EVIO= 
TESTIMONY SET 
LLS OF 'TOTAL HUHILIAT 

BOLTON STUNNED 
ASSAULT LEFT ITS SCARS 
AYS EXAMINATION OF W0< 
PATIENT'S CARE 'NOT U 
N RAPS CUNANAN'S RECO? 
WS VIDEOTAPE IN OOCTO) 
SPUTES ACCUSATION BY W 
AYS FORMER WIFE ACCUSE 
GIST TESTIFIES FOR OO: 

EXAM STANDARD 
. DOCTOR DENIES ASSAUL 
ESC'I»ES PRESSURES 

MS. BOLTON GIVFN SEVE 
TIONS TO BEGIN IN CARY 
KS FOR SI MILLION IN A 
TIONS START MONDAY IN 
GHING CASE AGAINST DOC 
ZNO DAY OF OELIBERATJl 
JURY STILL DIVIDED ■?-■■ 
JURY STILL DELIBERATIN 

ORDEPEO IN DAMAGE SUI 

8E HEARD AGAIN 
NT REACHED IN MALPRACT 
NT IN CUNANAN SUIT RE4 



DOCTOR'S TRIAL 
NCE IN SUIT 

ION' 

. COURT TOLD 

AN WAS UNNECESSARY 

P TO STANDARD' 

D KEEPING 

'S TRIAL 

OMAN AGAINST DOCTOR 

D OTHERS OF ASSAULT 

TOR 

TING WOMAN PATIENT 

RAL DRUGS 

DOCTOR'S TRIAL 
SSAULT SUIT 
ASSAULT CASE 
TOR 
N 



T AGAINST CARY PHYSICIAN 

ICE SUIT AGAINST CARY DOCTOR 
CHED 



CUNNINGHAM, BRUCE LANOIS 

5fSS9!- S^5 DRIVER CHARGED WITH OW I • 

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CHARGED WITH DWI 

CUNNINGHAM, INDYE 

NATURE LOVER FINOS USE FOR EVERYTHING 

CUNNINGHAM, MERGE 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED... 

CUNNINGHAM, MICHAEL 

HELPLING DISASTER VICTIMS WAS LABOR OF LOVE FOR VOLUNTEERS 
CUNNINGHAM. SHELPEO L. ( PE ARSONTOWN SCHOOLI 

PEARSONTOWN PRINCIPAL RETIRING AFTER 18 YEARS 

SEARCH FOR PRINCIPAL TO BEGIN ic«k3 

BALLOONS AND MORE BALLOONS 

CUOMO, MARIO (N.Y. GnvERNORI 

MONDALE SEEMS TO LACK APPFTITE TO BEAT REAGAN 

CUOMO'S ELOSUENCE RALLIES THE DEMOCRATS 

REV. JACKSON'S SPEECH APOLOGY COMMENDABLE 

CUOMO: A PATH OUT OF WILDERNESS 

TALK ENDS, ACTION BEGINS 

SETTING WAR RECORD STRAIGHT 

GOV. MARIO CUOMO NO SAINT 

INSIDE 

REPUBLICANS PONOER 1988 

CURE. MORTIMER DANIEL (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CUR ICO, FLORA BARHAM (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CURRAN, PAT (INDUSTRIAL HYGIENISTI 

i,5§SJI°5 NOT WIDESPREAD IN DURHAM HOMES 
PROPER ASBESTOS REMOVAL PAINSTAKING BUSINESS 



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DATE C 

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5 2 12/27/84 D 1 P F B7V 



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1 N C05 
1 P P T37 



H 2 8/25/84 B 7 
H 2 1/13/84 A ID 



S 2 9/11/84 CI N C60 
H 7 11/04/84 A 1 N B30 



CURRIE, LINDA GLENN 

MURDER VICTIM'S KIN SUES FOUR PSYCHIATRISTS, DUKE 

CURRIE, OWEN 0. (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CURRIN, JOHN G. (GRANVILLE CO.) 

■iiJkll^^"''''' EXPECTFO ON HOSPITAL PROJECT 
IMPROVED IMAGE MAY NOT BE ENOJGH FQR HOSPITALS 
OFFICIAL: GRANVILLE RATE HIKE FALLS SHORT OF INFLATION 

'"'""ciRTS0N'!s''sH0CKl5;S' '°'*"'' "'"° "'' "'°^- """-' 



CURRIN, SAMUEL THOMAS (U.S. ATTORN^ 
U.S. ACCELERATES ITS FIGHT ON" 
CURRIfl SAYS DRUG ABUSE, OISTRI 
U.S. ATTORNEY NOMINATED FOR JJ 
CURRIN WILL BECOME fourth JUOS 
SOME LAWYERS OBJECTING TO CUR? 
HELMS SEES TECHNICAL ERROR IN 
ROSE OPPOSES CURRIN AS JUOGE 
JUDGE BAILEY npPuSES NOminaTII 
FORMER OFFICIAL TESTIFIFQ CUR? 
AIDES SAY U.S. ATTORNEY BACKE"! 
FORMER PROSECUTORS CLAIM POLIT 
HELMS NOMINEE'S APPOINTMENT UV 
CAMPAIGN WORKERS MEMO SAID I NA 
FEDERAL PROSECUTORS, FBI PLAN 
BROCK: EXTRA ATTENTION TO VOT= 
MASSIVE TURNOUT PRODUCES FEU Z 
TOUGHER OBSCENITY LAWS EXPECT= 
CHARGFS WANTED AGAINST HOLLAND 
JUOGE SENTENCES MAN WHO RECEW 

CURRIN, TAYLOR (N.C. DEPT. OF NATO' 
EROSION CONTROL VOTE IS OELAYE 

CURRY, B. W. "FLYBOY" (S.C. CROP OJSTEP! 
CROP OUSTERS A VANISHING BREED 

CURRY, BILL (GEORGIA! 

ASSAILING THE NAMELESS STINKERS 



Yl 

ORUGS, U.S. ATTORNEY SAYS 

eUTION PLAGUE AREA 

OGESHIP 

E IN DISTRICT IF CONFIRMED BY SENATE 

IN'S NOMINATIOrj 

FAILING TO REPORT TRIPS 

N OF CURRIN 

IN STATEMENT FALSE 

FQR FEr-ERAL JUDGESHIP MO FANATIC 
ICS CAUSED FIRINGS 
LIKELY BEFORE ADJOURNMENT 
CCURATE 

WAR ON VOTER FRAun 
R FRAUD ISSUE NORMAL 
OMPLAINTS OF FRAUD 
D BY FEOEPAL O.A. 

FOR PORNOGRAPHY 
ED OBSCENE MATERIAL 

AL RESOURCES...! 
IN BURLINGTON 



H 2 9/07/84 a 1 



H 2 3/28/84 B 



H 1 


2/25/84 


r 


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N 


H6n 


"; 7 


5/21/84 


( 


1 


G 


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H 1 


10/09/84 


8 


1 


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H60 


H 2 


10/10/84 


A 


4 


T L 




H 7 


3/29/84 


B 


7 


o n 


ASA 


S 2 


3/29/84 


( 


1 


N 


COS 


H 7 


7/14/84 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


7/17/84 


A 


9 


N 




H 7 


7/26/84 


A 


6 


N 




H 7 


8/0?/ 84 


r 


1 1 


N 




S 7 


8/02/84 


r 


4 


N 




H ( 


8/09/84 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


8/16/94 


A 


1 4 


N 




H 1 


9/05/84 


B 


1 


N 




H 7 


9/09/94 


H 


1 


N 




H 7 


9/11/84 


R 


1 1 


N 




S 7 


U/03/84 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 7 


11/05/84 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 7 


11/05/84 


A 


7 


N 




S 7 


11/07/84 


A 


1 8 


N 




H 7 


12/01/94 


B 


1 


N 




S 7 


12/12/84 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


12/13/94 


C 


15 


N 




H I 


9/19/84 


B 


1 


N 





H 2 9/09/84 A 8 N 

H 2 5/13/84 C 3 U 071 



MONTHLY/AN 



N U A L 
l/0l/8<. 



INDEX 
12/31/84 



NAMES 



i/i"./?; 



TECH COACH SMEATS SHORTS 

CUKRY SAYS HE HAS MISUNOeRSTOlO 

CURTIN. LEAH lEDIIOR. THE JOURNAL 3f HURSI1G MGMT.l 
NURSES NUST KNOW •^ORALi LEGAL DU'IES 
ethics: nurses "UST LIVE WITH THEIR DECISIONS 

'""'S;«R°?AEE"Hi^'?S'f'if3iE OF THIS COUPLE, BUT HER CHILD WAS FIRST TO 

'"'^"'^'GOvr'nuNT IS »UYING VOTES HITI TAX MONEY 

CURTIS. HELEN 

JUDGMENT IS TOUGHER 

CURTIS. LIZZIE KING lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CURTIS. NICK lOURHAM PUBLIC SAFETY OEPT.I „,„,,j 

3 FIRMS TO BE CONSIOERED FOR 'SO PROGRAM REVIEJ 

CURTIS. N05A ETTA (CANTQ-ll 

man senttnceo for slaying 

curtiss. john dr. 
obituary 
obituary 
nominations sought for award 

cutter. beverly wright 
woman gets post 

'■"^'^car'e°is essential part of teaching program 

'^"""^I-PORTEC TOBACCO IS BLAMED W GLUT 

??Si,r?n??^N't5KS'?i^Mc*^ = Ii='NEXT WEEK 

ISS!)"p'lA^naHE^?iL'-|0RCEs'':|jJlNG TO PUT FAMILY taRMERS OUT OF BU 

CZAJOJSKI. F-^ANCES WASILEWSKI (DECJASEOl 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

Q'AMICO. J^E tCHAP^L HILLI 

KNOX DRAWS SUPPORT l=OR HIS RLAT^ORM 
KNOX IS EASY CHOICE IN GOVERNOR'S RACE 

°'""qUKE°3ASEBALL COACH D'ARMI RfSir-NS 

D'ARMI RELINGUISHES DUKE BASE3ALL POST 

^•"^SU.SSON. ROBERTO. ^^^ SUSPECT 

MOB kPArTION TEPLAC^D JUDGMENT AT CONVENTION „,.„,., 

0°luaUiSSON AS A PISTOL WITH -.ELMS I^ A HOLSTER (CARTOON! 

Sunt CRITICIZES hel-s on o-AuayissoN stand 

O'AUaUISSON TESTIMONIAL DRAWS FIRE 

"•'"""l^llotlirs'lu'^'ou IN CHILDREN. DOCTOR SAYS 
STRESS MAY BE CAUSE OF YOUTHS' HEADACHES 

RABBS. CGNME 

IN HEAVEN'S NAME 

°^^^'';iJor''lFAGUE of GOLF NEW OUTLi T FOR OUALITY PLAYERS 
DAaER 3UALIFIES FOR GGO FIELD 
«EST, OABER LEAD OPEN QUALIFYING 
WHITFIELD. OABER SET FOR TOUR SCHOOL 
CHARLOTTE TO HOST USFL EXHIBITIONS 

OACENHART, HARVEY AIWELL IDECEASFDl 
OBITUARY 

°*"ffii6l'lNM!?Es'lEP0S?ii MISSING FROM UMSTEAD CENTER 
ESCAPEE CAUGHT; TWO ARE STILL FREE 

'*""u5E"fAif2.iiU'-SOc'i;uS^s\"S'oi ELECTION BALLOT ^ 
Vio OTHER PARTIES HliE CANDIDATES IN SENATE CONTEST 

""'-'jlVrhll inSF^JelR-^F^SrATO^'eAS'pROMPTE RESPECT FOR THEIR PROF 
Hal-S TOP TEAChIr SAYS SCHOOLS NEED FINE-TUNING. NOT OVERHAUL 

DAILEY. JACK 

WHY FAVOR EXECUTIONS? 

''*""''pROeLEM WORKERS MAY HAVE HIDDEN HANDICAPS 

DALE. JAMES <1ENT0N (BURKE CO. 1 

POLICE NAB BURKE MAN FOR "ARIJUANA 

DALLAS. SA'!D=RS JR. (HIGH ""OINIl ^. ... „,,. ,., , 
1-35 EXPANSION WORK SHOULD BEGIN NEXT FALL 

DALRYMPlE. BRUCE (BASKETBALL PLAYE'I 

%r.v.;i\\rdim'iic'i'oo\iiT'o'. year 

"-.TON-^FRANK^jHIGH^POINTI^^^ IN DENVER WHERE IT STARTED 

DALTON. JANE (OXFORD) 

TOO GHOO TO BE TRUE? 

1983-94 ALL-AREA PREP BASKETBALL TEAM 

DALTON. KAThFRINA OR. (LONDON. ENGLAND! ^^..,.., 

Mi5nEY saved is money earned AT COUNTY GENERAL 
DEPRESSION MAY BE PMS WARNING signal 
doctor: hormone HELPS POST-NATAL DEPRESSION 

DALTON. PAT 

COVERAGE NUT FAIR TO DUKE 

'"^''•Bd?NER'Rksci?''siuAO DEDICATED TO JOB 
OAMIANO. TERESA 



S I T 
N F ELY 

p 13 DATE C PG L P 3YL 

S 2 5/16/3- A 4 E 
S 2 7/1'5/R'. B I N 



S 2 2/14/94 B \ N J56 

H 2 2/26/84 B 3 N 930 



'KNOW H 2 l/2'»/e4 E 2 F J40 

H 2 6/l";/94 A 4 L 

H 2 9/27/84 A 4 L 

H 2 10/10/84 B 5 

S 2 7/09/84 A 1 N K9D 

H 2 4/21/84 A 13 N 



H 2 1/04/84 A 7 
H 2 1/12/84 a 5 
H 2 10/03/84 C 8 



S 2 7/31/84 A S N 

S 2 3/31/94 A 3 P N C05 



H 2 5/24/84 C II 

S 2 7/31/"4 A 1 

S 2 9/30/94 C 1 

S 2 10/20/84 A 3 

SINESS H 2 12/12/84 A 8 

H 2 2/21/84 B 7 

H 2 2/22/84 B 7 



S 2 5/30/94 A 4 
H 2 5/31/34 A 4 



N J56 

N J56 
N J56 



S 2 4/27/94 1 P N Die 
H 2 4/28/94 8 2 P N 071 



H 2 6/26/84 A 2 N 

H 2 6/29/94 A 4 E 

H 2 6/29/94 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 6/29/»4 A 7 N 

H 2 12/04/84 All N 



H 2 7/2 6/94 C 8 N 930 
S 2 7/26/84 C 1 N J56 



H 2 4/11/94 A 4 L 

H 2 3/11/94 C 14 N =07 

H 2 4/03/°4 a 4 N 

S 2 5/22/94 D 4 N 

H 2 8/26/94 CBN C49 

H 2 11/03/94 a 5 N 



H 2 10/31/84 A 10 



H 2 12/22/94 A 11 
H 2 12/23/64 B 1 



S 2 11/01/94 C 9 
H 2 11/02/84 A 6 



FSSION H 3 3/24/»4 B 1 '( H90 

S 2 12/31/94 A 3 N 

H 2 7/06/94 A 4 L 

S 2 10/10/84 A 1 N J56 

S 2 3/09/84 A 2 N 

S 2 9/29/94 A 1 N J56 

S 2 3/14/94 1 N 

H 2 3/19/84 D 2 N 

H 2 4/20/94 C 9 P F H49 

H 2 2/21/84 B 2 P F C36 

H 2 4/15/84 8 2 P F 

H 2 9/0?/»4 C 4 N 

S 2 9/15/94 A 3 N J56 

H 2 9/16/84 Oil U B30 

H 2 1/23/94 A 4 L 

H 2 5/29/94 A 4 L 



I 



M0NTHLY/4NNU1L IMDEX 



PAGE 73 



U/31/8. 1/!V8| 

SUMMER SCHOOL FEES 'iASEn ON TJITION NEED 
WHO ATTENDS PRIVATE SCHOOLS? 
SIGN HELPS "KOMTTE CITY SCHOOL PROGRAM 
CITY SCHOOLS OPEN FOR ELECTIOM»DAY TQUR^ 
VOTE, THEN CHECK OUT A nuRHAH CITY SCHOOL 

OAMPIER, KENNETH DARNELL 

2 KILLINGS '3RING LIFE SENTENCES 

OANCY, ALICE 11116 LIBERTY ST. I 
MAN IS JAILEO 

"'"^■^kj. J'^''"' "HITTY IHINSTON-SALE" I (OECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

OANIEU, ELIZABETH R. 

OR. ELIZABETH DANIEL, EXPERT IN ANTIQUES 

DANIEL. H. M. MRS. 

THE POTHOLE PRAYER 

DANIEL, HELEN W. 

PAVING OF STANLEY ROAD A MIRACLE 
GOP AIMS AT ONLY A FEW SINS 

DANIEL. LARRY T. 

GET HEAD START ON 'PLANTING TIME 

DANIEL. LY:m0A (DUKE-WATTS FAMILY MEDICINE) 

MARRIAGE WAS IN FUTURE OF THIS COUPLE, BUT HER CHILD WAS FIRST TO •> 

°*'^'EL. MAYNARO D. IRICHMONO. VA. I (OECEASEOI 
OB I TUAHY 

DANIEL. ROCHELLE (BLACK MOUNTAIN! 

WOMAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE IN BABY'S DEATH 

DANIELS, f««J'!<,*. ^KSjJ^fiJ^^S.gg^E'VER BOARD CHAIRMANl 
N.C. STATE UNIVERSITY PRESENTS WATAUGA AWARDS 

DANIELS. JAMES (9U6ENS. N.Y.I k^ 

ouHm^^is !?;ifjKES"?§^B[icTif§bR\n8K j^'sr-^ ? i i«3«2 5 >? - s 

VAN USED IN KILLING BORROWED IN DURHAM -i/nQ/nt « i m 

°*'"^il!T-'"^^ FINCHER (GREEN5B0R01 (DECEASEDI 
OB 1 TUARY 

DANIELS, JOSEPHUS 

l-JOOiOOO TO ENDOW 3 ANNUAL FELLOWSHIPS 
1900,000 GRANT TO BE USED FOR 3 FELLOWSHIPS 

DANIELS, MFLVIN (SENATOR) 

SOME LAWMAKERS BIO FAREWELL 

DANIELS, REGINALD LEE 

^H"gorfN\'!;?c\?Ji"J'?S3L'?'"''''" '" "ENFIELD ST. 

DANIEL?, ROCHELLE (BLACK MOUNTAIN! 

WOMAN HELD AFTER BABY FOUND DEAD 

DANZON, PATRICIA 

OPINIONS VARY ON COST OF MALPRACTICE SUITS 
OAROEN, MARY LOUIS (GREENSBORO! (DECEASED! 

WOMAN LEADS BLIND MAN FROM HOJ SE FIRE BUT DIES AFTER GOING BACK IN... 
DARE, VIRGINIA 

ri'^JJ^y?? HAPPENED TO VIRGINIA DARE? 

oIrE D(]LL 'O'RE' SHOW HE? FACE UNTIL SATURDAY 

OARGAN. ARCHIE S. ( S.C. ! 
DIRECTORS NAMED 

DARK. NATHANIEL (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY • 

DARLING. CHARLOTTE JANE MEYER (DECEASED) 
UT I TUA R Y 

DARLING. JI?HN GREGORY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

OARNOFALL. MICHAEL 

LIFE ISN'T ABSTRACT ART 

DAPT, LELAND EARL 

U.S. COURT LECTURES &REENSB0R3 POLICE ON PROCEDURE TO .GE T. . . w ARRENT S 
DARTER, J. E. REV, (REIOSVILLE) 

RETIRED PASTOR'S MURDER PUZZLES REIOSVILLE POLICE 
DARTER, JEAN E. REV. 1REID5VILLE) 

COUPLE HELD IN SLAYING OF 92-.'EAR-0LD MINISTER 
DASCENZO, FRANK 

OJSCENZO. STAGG WIN NCPA AWAR5S 

SOME SPORTS WRITERS LACK CLASS 

SPORTS WRITER HAS PLENTY OF CLASS 

GOOD DEED APPRECIATED 

DAUGHEOTY. BPAD 

DAUGHERTY CHARGED AFTER CANDY INCIDENT 

«8?2iN'G°'DS!Narjgp^S?g "' ^'°5«^ <'°^' 

^o^n^cPSy''""''' I'^JURES HAND 

0"AU SAYS... 

DAUGHERTY CHA1GED 

HOLD THE PARQUET, PLEASE 

UNC'S blG, BAD BRAD 

DAUGHTREY, OTELIA (CHAPEL HILL! (DECEASED) 
UD 1 I UARY 

DAUGHTRY. JOSEPH 

FATHERS OF THF YEAR 

DAUGHTRY, LUBBY JUNIOR 1510 BOONE C T. ! 
TWO CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

DAVENPORT. BARRY DAVID (MQORE CO.] 

WOMAN AND TEEN-AGER CHARGED WITH MURDER 

DAVENPORT, JERRY ICARRBORO TOWN PLANNER) 



P DATE C PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 8YL 


H Z 5/Z-i/K', A 4 
H 2 S/^O/S". A A 
H 2 T/l")/")* A A 
S 2 10/31/8A A A 
H 2 11/01/8A A A 


L 
E 
L 
L 

L 


H 2 A/06/8A A 10 


N 


5 2 7/14/eA A 3 


N 


H 2 8/29/8A B T 





H 2 1/20/8A A 10 





H 2 3/21/eA A A 


L 


S 2 3/l<;/84 A 4 
H 2 10/0<,/8A A A 


L 
L 


H 2 2/24/64 E 12 


P F G78 


H 2 1/29/84 E 2 


P F J4D 


H 2 1/11/84 C 7 





H 2 10/04/84 C 9 


N 


H 2 3/09/84 A 7 


N 


H 2 5/08/84 A 15 
S 2 5/09/84 A 1 
H 2 5/10/84 A 23 


N 
N 
N A54 


H 2 5/22/84 C 10 





H 2 11/08/84 B 1 
S 2 11/08/84 A 19 


N W24 

N 


S 2 7/02/84 C 3 


' N 


H 2 8/19/84 B 3 
S 2 8/20/84 A 5 


N 
N 


H 2 4/20/84 A 6 


N 


S 2 7/20/84 C 1 


N J56 


H 2 3/10/84 A 9 


N 


S 2 6/21/84 D 5 
S 2 8/08/P4 D I P 
S 2 8/14/84 A 6 ( 


N 

F J06 

P T37 


S 2 6/12/84 B 1 


N 


H 2 a/n/84 A 14 ' 





H 2 12/16/84 B 2 





H 2 8/03/84 C 7 





H 2 9/20/84 A 4 


L 


H 1 11/03/84 B 1 


N 


H 2 3/31/84 A 11 


N 


H 2 9/23/84 8 9 


N 


S 2 1/26/84 A 1 P 
H 2 2/01/84 A 4 
H 2 2/09/B4 A 4 
S 2 3/28/84 A 4 


N 
L 
L 

L 


H 2 1/28/84 B 3 P 
H 2 2/04/04 B 3 
H 2 2/19/84 B 12 P 
S 2 3/09/84 1 
H 2 3/10/84 D 2 P 
H 2 5/15/84 C 9 
H 2 12/04/84 B 2 
H 2 12/08/84 D 1 P 


N 

N 

P K30 

N 

P M66 

N 

U C52 

U D7 1 


H 2 7/05/84 C 6 





H 2 6/10/84 E 1 P 


F H45 


H 2 6/25/84 A 11 


N 


H 2 1/21/84 A 13 


N 



(,<,0- HONIHLY/aNMUiL INDEX BY NAMES ''t'?L/ii 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P D 04TE C PG U P BYL 

»CTE« 6-YEAO HIKE. CARRBORO T^ X WOULD FALL - PLANNER H 3 10/23/'3<. C I N H90 

OAVcNPOKT, RnSALYN LYNN ISOUTHIERN PINES) __ u ,,/,,/ = ,. n s, 

WOMAN ANU TEEN-AGER CHARGED HI 7H MURDER H ? 1/21/1". A 13 N 



DAVENPORT. RUTH KERR I C AL I F • I lOECEASEDI 
Um TUARY 



DAVIS. ADA DODSON I HI LL SBOROUGH 1 {lECcASEDI 
OBITUARY 

0AVI5, ALICE REBECCA ROPER (CHAPEL HILLI lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



lAVIS. CHARLES MARSHALL IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



DANCE GROUP INVITED 



DAVIS. CLAPENCE EDWARD "SLICK" IDECEASEDI 
081 TUARY 



DAVIS. DANIEL nuNBAR 

SI MILLION SUIT FILED IN DEATH OF GRANVILLE MAN 



2 './27/n<. A 12 



DAVID, CIRCLE KEE „ , ,;,,,,„. , , „ u 

COUPLE FIGHTS N.C. IMMUNIZATION LAW H 2 5/l7/e<. C 10 N 

''°*"°QPPnRIUNlTIF| FAIL ro KNOCK FOR TENNIS PRO >' 2 I'W.V; ^ ! „ li ''"' 

OAVID-YEkUMO STAYS 3» TRACK H 2 V/1T/P4 D \ I'' .^, 

OAVID-yERUHO WINS SECOND STRAIGHT TITLE H 2 7/23/a<. 9 2 P N C52 

DAVIDSON. CELIA 5. INCCU MUSIC ASSOC. PROF. I ,,o,oi . i i 

CHOIRS A CREDIT TO NCCU HERITAGE S 2 4/lfl/Bi A 4 L 

NCCU'S CELEBRATION MARKS 75TH ANNIVERSARY H 2 4/2J/»<. A 4 L 

NCCU TEACHER IN SEMINAR H 2 7/05/9". 6 N 

DAVIDSON. DOUGLAS K. ,,-,n,fi. a u i 

PEOPLE FAVOR DEATH PENALTY H | 1/20/P4 A 4 L 

ELECTRIC POWER: BUILD NOW OR 'AY LATER H 2 7/07/84 A 4 L 

SHOPPING CENTER'S DESIGN NAS ISSUE BEFORE COUNCIL H 7 4/20/n4 A 4 L 

DAVIDSON. RICHARD DR. lUNC SCHOOL OF MEOICINEl ,,,.,„, . -, c .ti 

study: VITAMINS. PLACEBOS ARE PSYCHOLOGICALLY SAME S 2 2/25/04 A 3 F J56 

OAVIES. OAVE IDUKE U. ECONOMICS PROFESSOni „ , ^/,a/o, c inn 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE H 2 6/28/84 B 1 U 



2 7/15/84 B 2 
2 8/12/84 B 2 



DAVIS. ANDREW LEE (WARPENTONl ^ , ^,„-,,o, . ^ 

WITH KNIFE TO THROAT. HAN FOUGHT FOR LIFE H 2 6/02/84 A 6 

DAVIS. BETSY (WIC PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR! ,„,,,,a, r , 

WIC TEACHES FOOD SKILLS THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME H 2 10/11/84 C 1 

DAVIS. BURKE lAUTHORI , , ,,,,,„^ r , 

AWARD BANQUET SET 5 2 3/f2,S? , i 

FIVE JOURNALISTS ARE HONORED H 2 4/16/84 A 9 



2 7/01/84 B 2 



DAVIS. CHARLES RflLANO I YOUNGS V I LLEl (DECEASEOI ,,/na/a4 r 

PFnFSTHTAN KILLED IN FRANKLIN ACCIDENT H 1 12/08/94 C 



1 



DAVIS. CHUCK , ,/lQ/P4 n 5 N 

CHUCK DAVIS RETURNS SOON S 2 1/J,|/"'' B , S p p , ,i 

AFRICAN DANCERS •DELIGHTFULLY BELIEVABLE' » 2 5/02/94 D 10 P R L34 

DANCE FESTIVAL TO HAVE INTERNATIONAL FLAIR S 2 3/12/84 C \ ' '^ ?'} 

WHY IS CHUCK 0AVI5 SA07 I 2 %'AW/M 2 1 R R71 

DAVIS' MESSAGE WELL-RECEIVED 5 2 7/0/^4 B 3 ? ";' 

TLj.irK riAvytc ACTniiwnc nv njFu i "1 nK OF nin THEMES H 2 7/13/84 ^ K LJ4 



CHUCK DAVIS ASTOUNDS BY NEW LOOK OF OLD THEMES H 2 7/13/84 

nANCF GROUP INVITED S 2 10/05/84 L 



1 



''*"'^CHILD''lMMumZATION FIGHT TO BE OECIOED IN COURT S 2 5/16/84 C IB N 

COUPLE PLANS TO APPEAL RULING TO HAVE DAUGHTER IMMUNIZED H 2 5/23/84 A 3 N 



2 6/07/84 C 15 



DAVIS, CLORA SUIT! (CHAPEL HILLI lOECEASEOI ,,/,c/04 » 14 n 

OBITUARY " ^ 12/15/84 A 14 u 

OAVIS. CLYDE BRAD5HEP IDECEASEDI ^ , ,,,,/■,- r 7 n 

OBITUARY M 2 T/21/84 Liu 



1 8/10/8 



OAVIS. MCCUTCHEON FILE FOR COJNTY COMMMI S SI ONER S 2 1/16/84 A P N J56 

TWO FILE FOR COUNTY BOARD " 2 iVA7/3i a P N 

CANDIDATE WANTS TO lUIT ,, "2 l',V,,lt J i M am 

DEMOCRATS NOMINATE THREE FOR : OMM I SS I ONERS RACE H 2 S/OJ/SA A 1 ^^81 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER H 2 5/0')/B4 A 6 N 

^""'aLAMANCe'cOMHi'sSIONERS seek O'INION ON SETTLEMENT WITH FORMER CETA HEAD H 1 11/01/84 B 1 N 

OAVIS. EDDIE - , i/3t/o^ r 1 M rns 

TEACHER PARTICIPATION BOOST TO REPORT S 2 1/26/84 C Z fcX 

DAVlS: TEACHERS STILL MAY BAC< JIM HUNT S 2 l/fg/'J LI ^ rnl 

DURHAM EDUCATORS 'AP CO"PETENCY TESTS 5 2 5/18/84 CI ^^ "Z 

SCHOOL PAYDAY BILL OK, BUT... H 2 6/15/84 L 5 N «^4 

DAVIS. ELAINE „ , ,/nl/a4 > 5 I 

LIBERTY A PRECIOUS FREEDOM " 2 2/01/84 A 5 L 



DAVIS. ELEMIfH "P.O." (DECEASED! 
OPI TUARY 
OP I TUARY 



2 7/12/84 A 16 

2 7/13/84 C 4 



DAVIS. ETHEL SARAH (DECEASED! „ , •</nj/B4 r 5 n 

OBITUARY " ' 3/02/84 L 5 U 



OAVIS. EUGENE (HENDERSON! lOECEASEOI ij/nh/a4 a 74 n 

UDFCK TNllialFS FATAI TO MRS. FAULKNER H 2 12/06/34 A 24 U 

H 2 12/12/84 E 8 



WRECK INJURIES FATAL TO MRS. FAULKNER 



DAVIS. EUTRICH DALLAS "KINGFISH" (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



OAVIS. GENEVA WEEKS (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



2 9/29/34 8 6 
2 9/26/84 B 1 N 



OAVIS. GERALD TYRONE „ , w,^„,„u „ 

BnOY IDENTIFIED " i VAl'/H I [ 

MAN IS IDENTIFIED 5 2 9/26/84 L I 

OAVIS, GIFFORD OP. (OUKE UNIV. I (OECEASegi 7/ia/a4 r 1 

OR. GIFFORD DAVIS. DUKE PROFESSOR. DIES ^ ,^ 5 2 '/18/B4 L 1 

FORMER DUKE PROFESSOR. OR. DAVIS. OIES AT 78 "2 7/19/84 A iu 

DAVIS. GREGORY TAYLOR „ , 9/nl/B4 H 3 

SECOND ARREST IN THEFT " ^ 9/Q3/B4 B 1 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U 4 L 
1/01/64 



INDEX 
12/31/8<, 



P4GE 75 
l/l<i/<!5 



OAVISi HARRY 

APPALACHIAN ECONOMIST BELIEVE: INTEREST RATES TO CONTINUE TO INCREASE 
OAVISi HENOY 

O'l TUARY 

OAVIS, ISABELLA (AUTHURl 

MEMOIRS OFFER COMPENSATION TO LEGION OF DAVIS ADMIRERS 
OAVISi J. B. REV. (CARRBORO M I N I S T- R IN "2051 

CRISIS IN CARRBORO: BAPTIST MINISTER BATTLED COED SWIMMING IN 1923 
DAVISt JAMES 

^^'sTiErF^??'('vl llifW ^g^AL""'" '""""'' '-'""^ 
SURGICAL UNIT AIMS HIGH 

DAVIS. JAMES (LOUISBURGI 

LOUISBURG RESIDENT 5TAB3E0 

OAVIS, JAMES E. OR. 

HEALTH AGENCY OKS CLINIC 

'lEALTH OFFICIAL'; DIFFER OVER SURGERY CLINIC 

AWABC OfflCIAL: NO NEED FO^ MINOR SURGERY CLINIC 

111!.P.I SI5?^a^^5^-T"Sl^r,%^?«c"^f^Psfi??,COST,MG PATIENTS 
MEDICAL LIABILITY INSURANCE CAN REACH 163.000 A YEAR 
DAVIS. JAMES THOMAS 

PERSON CONVICTION UPHELD 

OAVIS. JAMES W. 

READ THE PAPER 

OAVIS, JANE 

CITY FYES STRICT RULES FDR FALLS. JORDAN LAKF<; 

"y"CIL '"SUES ANGRILY OVER WA TER SHED ISSUE 

N;C. LIKES DURHAM PLAN FQR WATERSHEDS 

GIJY'S GREEN SPACE PROJECT IS UNDER WAY 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A-S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 
DAVIS, JANICE OR. 

NEW AT NORTHERN 

DAVIS. JOE W. lALA. 1 

ALA. MAYOR APPLAUDS DURHAM SPEAKERS 

OAVIS, JOSEPH CARSON (WILSONl 
TWO MEN KILLED IN WRECKS 

nAVIS, JOSEPH MARVIN (CLIMAXI IDEC^ASEDI 
MAN CHARGED WITH JULY 17 SLAYING 

°"'^OBITuIrY '^*'-^" '°""5EDI 

OAVIS. JOSLIN IHINSTON-SALEM) 

HUNT NAMES 2 APPEALS JUDGES 

hr M?v«"'"'^"^"'°°-« ^tTe^ Vol '' ^"°"' '^"^ 

n.c.'s 1st black o.a. is named 
Davis, kenny 

they found love on the airwaves 

""'^OBITU^.RY "''^'^" ''•'^•' 'MCEASEDl 

DAVIS. LLOYD W. IRALEIGHl 

VETERAN SEES RUN-AROUND AT VA 

OAVIS. LUCY DR. (DUKE UNIV. I 
DUKE PROF TO LEAD MEET 

OAVIS, MARY ELU4BETH CARTER 1DECEAS6Q1 

Uo I T U«R T 

''*^'5'„«"IE C. lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS, MIKE 

IT WAS THEIR OWN DAY, SAY THESE NEWLYWEOS 
OAVIS, MONTY 

DAVIS EXPECTS COMPETITIVE SPARTANS 

MONTY DAVIS' BIGGEST GAME ^"^"^""^^ 

DAVIS RESIGNS AS SOUTHERN COACH 

DAVIS LEAVING SOUTHERN POST 

SOUTHERN THROWS DAVIS 56-U PARTY • 

"O^IJJ OAVIS GOES OUT WITH A BTOM 

7 AREA PLAYERS TO START IN SH< INE SHOWOnuN 

h'^U'ir, i'^?!-^^'k^'^^ ''°^ 'l-l- CUtLEGE-SoUND 

MISSED FIELD GOAL MARS DAVIS' ' GR F 4 TE S T f n.lFRSr K • 

COUNTY SCHOOL BHARD TO MEE T WI TH COBLE '^°'^^^"^!< 

IonJ"f5Sewel1:°™'''' '° at naSeo for'oIvis 

OAVIS GETS BIG SEND OFF 

DAVIS, MORRIS RAY (LOUISBURGI 

LOUISBURG MAN HELD IN POLICEMAN'S DEATH 

OAVIS, ONIE MAE (DECEASEDl 
081 TUARY 

OAVIS, PAUL D. (OECEASEDl 

OAVIS, ENGINEERING CO-'PSNY paRTNER 
P.O. DAVIS SERVICES SCHEDULED TOMORROW 

°""5a;H? iS?K?¥?°BL'i??°^F?*5^-'''^'- "«"' 
OAVIS CASHES IN ON HIS DUES 

DAVIS, REIO THANKFUL FOR HELP THIS SEASON 
DURHAM'S OAVIS RETURNS TO FOLD REASON 
DAVIS TAKES NORTHERN JOB 
DAY TO REPLACE DAVIS AS PERSOV BA'^KFTPAII rmru 

NSR;HER"s%'k5ri'-R%*2fE!°L"'1-«'^''^"'0^ CH«f.E 
NURlHtRN'S OAVIS BEGINS NEW TENURE ON OLD TURF 

DAVIS, RHONDA E. 

7 SENTENCED FOR PROSTITUTION; PROSECUTOR CREDITS NEW EFFORT 
OAVIS, RICHARD OR. 

OUKE HISTORIANS TO SPEAK 

HISTORIANS TU DISCUSS INFLUENTIAL FAMILIES 



DATE 



S 

E 

C PG 



L P BYL 



H 2 7/05/6', A 16 P N CI 

H 2 11/01/8* A 14 

H 2 10/2B/84 D 3 P U H45 

H 2 10/07/84 1 P F B51 



H 2 3/31/94 A 1 N B30 
S 2 10/3D/B4 C I P N 
S 2 10/31/34 A 4 E 



H 1 1/17/94 B 1 



H 2 1/05/84 B I N B30 

S 2 1/05/84 C 1 N J56 

H 2 1/07/84 B 1 N B30 

S 2 6/22/84 C 1 P N 

H ? 7/11/84 A 1 N 

S 2 7/20/84 C I N J56 

H 2 7/26/64 A 20 P N L41 



H 1 1/18/84 8 1 N 

H 2 2/14/84 A 4 L 

S 2 3/29/84 C 1 N CbO 

H 2 9/05/84 A I N S51 

5 2 9/19/84 A 1 N K90 
S 2 12/19/84 C 1 P N M69 

H 2 12/29/84 A 1 N S51 

H 2 8/11/84 A 6 P P M66 

H 2 11/21/84 A 4 L 

H 1 2/03/84 B I N 

H 2 12/29/94 A 6 N 

H 2 11/04/94 B 2 

H 2 12/21/84 A 1 N 

H 2 12/22/84 A 10 N 

S 2 12/26/84 A 8 P N 

H 2 12/29/84 A I N 

H 2 U/19/84 E 2 P F C48 

H 2 3/07/84 BSD 

S 2 6/27/84 A 4 L 

S 2 6/18/94 C I N 

H 2 11/20/84 C 4 

H 2 3/16/84 C 9 

H 2 9/16/84 E 2 P F HOI 



8/19/84 
10/17/84 
U/07/84 
11/08/84 
U/10/84 
11/10/84 
12/07/84 
12/07/84 
12/09/84 
12/17/84 
12/19/84 
12/18/84 
12/22/94 



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P U C09 







P N C09 







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P N C49 


A 




P N 390 


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P U CO? 


c 




U C36 


c 




N L33 


c 




N 


B 




P P S76 


A 


8 


P U C09 



H 2 5/13/84 B 1 P N 



9/09/84 A 16 



1/16/84 4 
1/16/84 C 



3/08/84 B 
3/15/94 
3/21/04 B 
6/05/84 D 
6/05/94 B 
6/13/84 B 
7/24/84 6 
11/27/84 



11 


ro9 


N 


' f6 


N 


1 (6 


II 


(09 


N 




N 




N 


W24 


N 


C36 



H 2 7/25/84 B 



S 2 10/18/84 
H 2 10/19/84 



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DATE 



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'A^E 76 
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OAVis. kobert n. 

DflN'T 8LAME apAGAN FUR ALL PRTdLEMS 

OAVIS. RONNIE RAY I F A YETT EV ILLE I 

MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF TEENAGER 

DAVIS. SADIE (PERSON CO.l 

PERSON COUNTY COOKS SAY FRIED PIES ARE STILL IN STYLE 

lAVIS. STEVE 

EDUCATORS: COMPUTER PUSH REQUIRES CARE 

DAVIS REACHES QUARTERFINALS; REICHERT FIRST SEED OUSTED 

OAVIS. TERRY (BASKETBALL COACHI 
HILLSIDE NIPS DHS 

OAVIS. THOMAS GLEN (CALUJELL CO.l (OECEASEOI 
ARREST IS MADE IN CALD«ELL DEATH 

OAVIS. THUMAS M. (HILLSIDE BIOLOGY TEACHERI 

OMEGA PSI PHI NAMES CITIZEN. MAN OF YEAB 
PANEL INTERVIEWS 3 OF 3 APPLI:aNTS FOR COUNCIL ScAT 
CIVIC CENTER COMPLETION TOP PRIORITY OF HOPEFULS 
CIVIC HONORS 

OAVIS. WALTER 

OAVIS LEADS SUNS' VICTORY ,„,Tr 

COLLEGE SPORTS CONFRONT CRISI' IN ETHICS. COSTS 
EX-RECRUIT DISPUTES AMOUNT FO' SIGNING 
INJURY SOURS JORDAN'S DUEL WITH 'SricET D" 

'"'^'^Ul'^Ul'lOUE' PEOPLE ARE SALUTED FRIDAY AS KEY VOLUNTEERS 
THEY BELIEVE IN 'HELPING' 

DAVIS. WILLIE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

OAVISON. hILBURT C 
DAVISON WAS 



O-ITY' OF DUKE HOSPITAL 



BOARD TOLD 



OAHES. VERA C. (ROXBOROJ 
NO USE FOR TURNCOATS 

OAHKINS. JOHNNY , , , 

THREE ACC PLAYERS SURVIVE CUT 
'A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME EXPERIENCE' 
DAWKINS BEATS THE ODDS WITH SJITCH IT TRIALS 
UAWKINS. 3 OTHERS. LOSE OLYMPIC SPOTS 
OAWKINS AMONG FOUR PLAYERS CUT FROM OLYMPIC TEAM 
CATCH ME IF YOU CAN , , 

2ND-RANKE0 DUKE EATS UP 'CATS BEHIND 'AIR' DAWKINS 

OAWKINS. ROBERT EABL (HAHLETl 

TRAIN-TRUCK CRASH KILLS HAMLET MAN 

DAWN. SHAWN ShEA (FORMERLY JOHNNY =VANS1 

MORE DRUG ARRESTS LIKELY ,,»,.,, 

MULTI-COUNTY DRUG ARRESTS INVOLVE DURHAM RESIDENTS 

DAWSON. ADAH (CONETOE) 

EDGECOMBE MAN SCHEDULED TO DIE 

OAWSON, «L (INTER-FAITH COUNCIL I 

MONEY SOUGHT TO GIVE SHELTER TO HOMELESS 

OAWSON. ED 

DETECTIVE SAYS INFORMANT LED POLICE WRONG 
INFORMANT SAYS HE TRIED TO STOP RALLY 

DAWSON. FIELDING ( AUTHOR 1 

FIELDING OAWSON SHARES CHILOHDOO 

OAWSON. GRETChEN lORANOE/PERSON/CHA THAM MENTAL HEALTH) 
HER STUDENTS PAY THE PRICE OF DRINKING 

DAWSON. HARVEY (DECeASEDl 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

OAWSON. RAYMOND H. 

UNC RACIAL GOALS UNMET, 
POLICY CHANGE PnSSI=(LE 
NCCU ENROLLMENT DROPS 

OAWSON. RICKY ALLEN (TIMBERLAKEI 
Z MEN CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

OAWSON. ROBERT E. PR. ,.^ , ,„,.. 

TESTIMONY CONTINUES IN DOCTOR. PATIENT TRIAL 

EX-PRO BASKETBALL PLAYER FOUNT GUILTY OF EXTORTION 
EXTORTION SENTENCE SUSPENDED 

OAY, CAROL ANN 

CHANGE COUNSELORS GET TOGETHER 

"*''• f|oERAl'bU(<EAu'oF prisons SLOJ to CHANGE BUREAUCRATIC PRINCIPLE 

DAY. EUGENE 0. DR. CuKE PROFESSORI 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS RESEARCH WINS JAVITS RESEARCH AWARD 
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS GRANT IS OBTAINED 
PLAYBOY CHANNEL NOT COUNCIL'S BUSINESS 

DAY, PFGGY S. IROUGEMONTl 

REFORMED INMATE SHOULD GO FRE- 

DAY, R. B. (PSO LT.) 

MAN AIMS CAR AT OFFICER 

CAR HITS POLICEMAN AFTER SUSPECT FLEES 

DAY. RONALD (FARMER I 

WHEAT RECORD SET IN PERSON 

OAY, TOMMY (BASKETBALL COACHI 

OAY TO REPLACE DAVIS AS PERSON PA5KFT9ALL COACH 
AT LONG LAST, NEW OAY COMES F3 R PERSON'S DAY 

OAY. WINFORD RAY (ELGIN. S.C.I 

MAN CHARGED WITH JULY 17 SLAYING 

DAYE. CHARLES E. 

APa: NCCU LAW SCHOOL HAS GOOD RACIAL BALANCE 

NCCU LAM SCHOOL AIMS FOR EXCELLENCE 

EXAM REPORT CHANGES WON'T HURT LAM SCHOOLS 



H J 7/2D/R'. A A L 
H 2 3/03/R<. A 5 N 
H 2 3/2")/9<. C I P F J<,0 



S 2 6/l8/«l<. C 1 N C05 
H 2 T/ie/e". B 2 P N 



S 2 2/l<./B<. B 2 P N C09 

H 2 9/06/8'. A 10 N 

H 2 ll/0<)/3<, B 5 N 

H 2 11/21/5'. B 1 N 551 

S 2 ll/21/?<. A 1 M M6R 

5 2 12/03/9". A 5 P P F70 

S 2 2/10/3<. 2 N 

H 2 10/11/84 D 3 N 

H 2 10/20/S<. D "i N 

H 2 11/30/8X. c 1 P N 



H 2 5/12/n<. A 5 P N H45 
H 2 5/18/8<. B 2 P F H<,5 



H 2 9/11/8". B 5 
S 2 l/27/8<. B 1 P G 
H 2 l0/22/8<, A 4 L 



S 2 './23/e'. D 2 P N 

H 2 <./2';/n4 B ? P U D18 

S 2 './25/9'. D 1 P U 019 

S 2 6/27/8", 1 N 

H 2 6/29/?4 1 P N 

H 2 12/09/8". C 1". P P K30 

H 2 12/21/8". C 1 P U C52 



H 2 7/13/8". A 10 



S 2 10/20/8". A 3 
H 2 10/20/8". C 1 



H 2 3/22/84 C 11 
H 3 7/2"./8". B 1 



H 2 2/11/9". A 3 
H 2 6/16/8". A 5 



N J56 
N AS". 



N 



N 



H 2 7/D1/8". 3 P R 080 
H 2 2/27/8". A 1 D N B30 



H 2 "i/29/8". B 2 
H 2 5/01/8'i A 10 



H 2 l/l"./8<. A 1 
H 2 l/l"./nA A 13 
S 2 n/09/8". A 1 



H 3 3/29/8". B 1 



S 2 2/l"./B<. B 1 
H 2 2/15/B4 B 1 
S 2 2/15/8". C 1 



N W36 

N 

N B".6 



N F30 
N S82 
N F30 



H 2 3/06/9". B 1 P U 



H 2 3/05/8". A 



H 2 3/2"./"". B ". N 
S 2 3/26/9". A 7 N 
H 2 5/31/9". A ", L 



S 2 6/15/8". A 



S 2 10/09/8". C 1 
H 2 10/10/8". B 1 



H 2 9/02/8". C 19 



H 2 6/13/8". B 2 N 

H 2 U/25/8". C 1 1 P N C36 



H 2 12/29/9". A 6 N 

S 2 1/13/9". A 1 N C05 

H 2 ■ 1/22/9". D "i = 

S 2 8/22/9". C 1 N L38 



MONTHUV/A 



Nf4U4L INDEX 

l/Ol/a*. - 12/31/84 



PSf.E 77 
l/H/iiS 



'HISINFORHiriQN' 



rjCCU n£4N QPTIMISTIC SBOUT BA? RESULTS 

PUBLIC NEEOS TO KNOW NCCU BAR EXAW SCORES 

NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN RESIGNS 

OAYf: RESIGNATION WAS HARD 

NCCU BOARD Tu EXAMINE LAW DEAV'S CRITICISMS 

DAVE. CLARENCE ( H ILL SBOROUOHI 

THREE-CnuNTY DRUG RAID NETS NINE ARRESTS 
11 ARRESTED IN 3-COUNTV DRUG RRQBE 

OAYE. GLADYS IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

OAYE. HAYNARP IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DAYE. SALLIE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DAYTON. LARRY DALE 

MAN SENTENCED IN BANK ROBBERIES 

D£ 30RCHGRAVE. ARNAUD I AUTHOR I 

AUTHOR SPEAKS TOMORROW ON SOVIET 

DE FRANCO, BUDDY ICHRINETISTI 
A COMEBACK AND AN ARRIVAL 

OE GRAAfF, REIN IJAZZ PIANISTI 

DUTCH Jill PIANIST TO PERFORM 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT; THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

PIANO JAZZ: GUEST OF HONOR GOT IN LICKS AFTER INTERMISSION 

DE HERTQGH. A. A, I NC SU I 

DUTCH MINISTRY HONORS N.C. STATE HORTICULTURIST 

DE LAURENTIIS. DINO IMOVIE PRODUCE' I 

DE LAURENTIIS TO EXPAND N.C. COMPLEX 

•HOLLVHOUD EAST'? YOU BF T 

FILM INDUSTRY GETS A BOOST 

FILM MADE IN WILMINGTON IMPRESSES AREA RESIDENTS 

FILEMAKER SEEK^ic?ORs"''*"^ "'"" "' "^" WILMINGTON MOVIF STUDIO 

cEriIt^Ss ir?HE's?uoio-""' '"-'• '"""' "°° ""-'-"'* ' ''f" '"^°- 

FUTURE CANADIAN MOVIE CREDIT - 'FILMED IN YANCEYVILLE' 

DE LEON. MAKIU IDECEASEDI 

OELEON, <,6, DUKE FENCING COAC^ , DIES 

DEAL, DICK IFORMER PROFESSIONAL SKIPLIFTERI 
SHOPLIFTING: WHAT A DEAL 

DEAN. FINNIS C LIL« 

LAND DISPUTE LEADS TO SUIT 

DEAN. I. L. "BUCK" 

50 YEARS TOGETHFR 

STATE TO CONSIDER 1-40 WORK I>l DURHAM, PRANGE 

TBANSPORTATIUN BOARD TO DISCUSS MORE FUNDS TO WIDFN 

N.C. BOARD RENAMES DURHAM EXPRESSWAY FOR I." " '' 

DEAN GLOWING OVER EXPRESSWAY 'ENAMING 

WELL-EARNED RECOGNITION A RESJLT OF DEAN'S EFFORTS 

DEAN. JAMES A. IFORMER CDNE MILLS FMPLOYEEI 
NEW TRIAL ORDERED IN BOMB CASE 

OEAN. JM'ES AUBREY I H ILLSBOROUGH I IDECEASEDI 
OP I TUARY 

DEAN, JOSEPH UI.S. ATTORNEYI 

MARTIN NAMES TWO MORE TO CABI1ET 

DEAN, SHIRLEY 

FIRE DESTROYS LAW OFFICE 

FIRE IS BLAMED ON SHORT CIRCUIT 

DEANE, HAROLD 

CENTRAL' S RETREAT 

OEARDUFF, JEANINE IVIOEO GAME PLAVERI 

TELEVISION CREW PULLS THE PLUG ON HER VIDEO GAME STREAK 
OEATON, BRYANT 

FINANCIAL OFFICER ASSIGNED TO ACT 

DEBAROELEB'^N, JAMES MICHAEL 

DRIFTER IS INDICTED IN WOMAN'S DEATH 

DRIFTER'S TRIAL BEGINS 

EX-WIFE SAYS SHE PRINTED PHONY BILLS 

MURDER SUSPECT CONVICTED ON COUNTERFEITING CHARGES 

OEBAKDELEBEN'S CRIMES MAY NET HARSH SENTENCF "'^^ 

TORTURE TAPFS DEPICT THREAT, SAY PROSECUTORS 

'MAN WITHOUT MORALS' GETS lOO-YEAR TERM FOR COUNTERFEITING 

OEBO, Thomas OR. IHYDROLOGY EXPEPTI 

HYDROLOGIST TO EXPLAIN WHAT IT MEANS 

DEEOn, ASTAD 

INO?a'n SOLOS*ii;'EAST^^i!g°wES?''° "*"''" "^^ "°''^'"' """"^ 

oecao.lo, thelma 

camelot - a little school forever 

decker, alex igithens jr. high school principali 

TWO PRINCIPALS ARE REASSIGNED '''< I'"- 1 pal I 

DECKERT, RANDALL MORGAN IGREENSSORai IDECEASEDI 

REPORTS CONFLICT ON SHOOTING 3F MAN BY GREEMS30R0 OFFICER 

DEOEAUX, RADUL "ROD" 

DEDEAUX SAYS OLYMPICS BIGGEST CHALLENGE 

DEDMON, JEFF 

THE MAKING OF 

DEER. WILLIAM ROY 

TWO HELD IN DEATH OF CHILD 

DEES, FREOFRICK H. 
OBITUARY 



- - GUESS ROAD 
BUCK' DEAN 



A PITCHER: IN TWO SHORT SEASONS, DEDMON MAKES TRIP. 



IDECEASEDI IWILMINGTONI 



N E 
P D 



S I T 
E I. Y 
C PG L P 9YL 



H 2 8/J3/B4 B 1 N WJ* 

H 2 8/2B/8<, A A E 

H ? 12/l4/flA A 1 P N L<.l 

S 2 12/14/!". C I - -- 

H 2 12/15/84 C 1 



S 2 12/20/84 A 
H 2 12/21/14 B 



N 
N 


L38 
W2 4 


N 
N 


K45 
K45 

















N 




N 




U 


se.6 



H 2 4/20/84 C 8 

H 2 11/29/84 A 18 

H 2 12/21/84 C 14 

H 2 1/04/84 A 9 

S 2 10/08/84 A h 

H 2 5/04/84 8 



S 2 1/19/84 4 N 
H 2 1/27/84 D 6 F 
H 2 2/03/84 D 7 P R S66 



H 2 12/06/84 B 5 



H 2 3/21/84 A 13 N 

S 2 3/22/84 A 4 E 

H 2 3/25/84 4 E 

H 2 5/07/84 A 9 N 

H 2 7/26/34 A 23 N 

S 2 9/01/84 A 1 N 

H 2 11/28/84 A 8 N 

H 2 12/20/84 A 7 P P 

H 2 12/22/84 B 1 N L40 



H 2 12/13/84 D 1 P 

H 2 3/23/B4 B 2 P F H45 

H 2 6/20/B4 B 1 N 

S 2 6/01/84 3 I P P 

S 2 10/11/84 A 

S 2 12/13/84 A 

H 2 12/15/84 A 

S 2 12/15/84 A 

S 2 U/2D/B4 A 

H 2 3/21/84 A 14 

H 1 1/03/84 B 6 

H 2 12/18/84 A 11 





N 


1 38 




N 


M»,9 




N 


l)4h 




N 
E 


X91 





N 

N 
N 

U 018 

N 

N 



DEES. SUSAN OR. lOUKE UNIV. MEDICAL SCHOOLI 
RUN-A-THON WILL BE SATURDAY ^LHUULl 

DEES, WILLIAM A. JR. luNC BOARD OF GOV. I 



H 2 5/21/84 8 1 
H 2 5/22/84 C I 



S 2 8/03/84 1 
H 1 6/23/84 B 1 
H 2 5/03/34 A 10 



H 2 6/07/84 A 8 

S 2 6/12/84 B 9 

S 2 6/13/84 B 8 

H 2 6/14/84 B 7 

5 2 6/14/84 C 8 

H 2 7/28/84 A 11 

H 2 8/03/84 A 7 



H 3 8/29/84 B 



S 2 6/26/84 8 4 P R 371 
H 2 6/29/84 9 R L34 



H 2 10/21/84 B 1 N W24 

H 2 7/03/84 B 1 N 

H 2 12/04/84 A 9 N 

S 2 6/30/84 A 8 P U D18 

H 2 3/31/84 D I P V M71 

H 2 4/12/34 C 7 N 

H 2 4/09/84 B 6 

S 2 10/30/34 C I N J56 



MQMTHLY/a 



INDEX 



P4r.e 78 
1/14/85 



S 

E 

C PG 



UNC BOARD ME'A''E» IS HONORED 

OtEiF, JEFFtRY SCJTT ICH4RL0TTEI lOECE'SEOl 
TWO TEENS DROWN IN LAKE NORMAV 

3FFICIiLS" DUTIE5 LIMITED DURING EPA INVESTIGATION 

RECO""ENDATION SMOCKS EPA OFFICIAL 

EPA OFFICER RETIRING AFTER PRTBE 

EPA OFFICIAL "ETIRES AFTER INlf EST IGAT ION 

OFFICIAL SAYS HE WAS ORDERED TO PROMOTE WORKER AT EPA 

EPA AGE"CY DIRECTOR AT RIP DE1IES ORDERING PROMOTION 

QPtfl LETTER TO JOHN UEPnRO 

1750 FINE RECOMMENDED FOR FOR'^ER EPA OFFICIAL 

OEFRIESEi GORDON H. OR. 

UNC HEALTH SERVICES CENTER GETS GRANT 

DEGRAFFENREIDT. J. WADE III (CHAPEL HILLI 

PLANNING BOARD OPPOSES 00HI4T0JN ZONING CHAc-JGE 
BOARD REJECTS ZONE CHANGE FOR CARRBORO 

OEGRAFFENREIPT. SALVATORF ICHAPEL HILL) 

CHIEF'S WIFE CHARGED WITH SETTING BLAZE 

RAPE TRIAL JURY IS DEADLOCKED 

SPAT TVER WINE SPURS STABBING ^ , ^ 

FEUD OVER wINE CITED AS MOTIVE BEHIND STABBING 

DEHART. AMY 

DEBATE FOLLOW-UP MISLEADING 

DEHART. JIMMY 

maThESQnPoEkOGATIS AMONG FOU' BLUE DEVIL HALL OF FAME INPUCTEES 

OEJARMON. ELVA S. 

JESSE JACKSON DESERVES PLAUDITS OF ALL 

lELANCY, ALICE {UINSTON-SALEM I _ ,,, 
COURT RULES AGAINST DENIAL HYGIENIST 

DELANEY, WALTER 'DANVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE! .„^, . 

N.C. CUMMUNIIY COLLEGE TUITION ATTKACTIN& RESIDENTS OF VIRGINIA 

DELEON. J. MARIO inECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 



u 2 <./03/B<. A 



H 2 9/05/84 A 10 



i/lO/?"! 

4/20/84 
7/17/84 
7/17/84 
9/0'-/84 
S/07/04 
9/25/84 
12/08/84 



S 1 4/13/84 C 1 



l/0<>/84 B 
1/11/84 B 



L41 
L41 



N H90 
N H90 



H 3 l/U/84 8 

S 2 6/07/84 C 

S 2 9/26/84 A 

H 3 9/27/84 B 



S 


2 


8/06/84 


A 


4 


s 

H 


2 
2 


11/16/84 
U/17/B4 


B 
3 


1 
3 


H 


2 


1/07/84 


A 


4 


H 


2 


4/19/84 


A 


10 


H 


2 


10/30/84 


C 


6 



H 2 12/14/84 C 14 



S 2 


9/10/84 


A 


1 


N 




5 2 


9/11/84 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/03/84 


B 


2 


N 


B30 


H 2 


1/13/84 


3 


1 


N 




S 2 


1/18/P4 


C 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/09/84 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


3/23/84 


A 


1 


N 


C05 


H 2 


4/28/84 


A 


5 


P A 




H 2 


4/29/84 


A 


1 


G 


="31 


H 2 


4/30/84 


A 


1 




Bel 


S 2 


4/30/"4 


c 


1 


G 


J56 


H 2 


5/01/84 


A 


1 


N 


B81 


S 2 


5/01/84 


A 


I 


N 


C60 


S 2 


5/01/84 


C 


1 


G 


J56 


H 2 


5/02/84 


A 


1 


G 


B81 


S 2 


5/02/84 


A 


I 


G 


J56 


S 2 


5/02/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


5/03/84 


B 


1 


N 


88 1 


H 2 


5/06/84 





I 


P F 




H 2 


5/09/84 


A 


1 


N 


B31 


H 2 


5/09/84 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


5/09/»4 


A 


1 


P N 


J56 


H 2 


5/10/84 


B 


1 


N 


B81 


S 2 


5/10/84 


A 


1 


N 


J56 


H 2 


5/11/84 


B 


1 


P N 


88 1 


S 2 


5/11/84 


A 


I 


N 


J56 


H 2 


5/l'=/84 


A 


2 


N 




S 2 


5/15/84 


A 


I 


N 


J 56 


H 2 


5/21/84 


B 


5 


P A 




H 2 


3/21/84 


A 


11 


N 


SSI 



OELK.^OE-SEY^LEEpMSHEBORU^ AFTER 'ROBE INTO STEALING OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT H 2 9/08/84 A 10 N 

OELLAERQi DAVID 

TWO HURT IN ACCIDENT 
DUKE STUDENT IS CRITICAL 

DELLINGER. NANCY 

BILL'S aim: to help DRINKERS 

OELOATChE. G. BRANTLEY (FCXI ,, ^, 

MRS. NEAL. DELOATChS SEEKING 10 KEEP SEATS 
NEAL. OELOATCHE FILE 
PICKING OELOATCHE AIDS RELATIONS 

3 INCUMBENTS. CHALLENGER GET = DUC ATOR S ' BACKING 
BRANTLEY OELOATCHE. ..COUNTY COMMISSIONER ( AOVERTI 5EMENT I 
TCN CANniDAIES FAVOR SEWER LIME EYTENSION 
BQARO CANDIDATES: SALES TAX HIKE NOT NEEDED 
CAMDIDATES EYE LAND USE 
MOST FAVOR FUNDS FOR CIVIC CEJTER 
MIGHT SPcNOS "OST FUNDS IN BOARD RACE 
CANniOATES CAUTIOUS ON TAX 
THAT ELUSIVE LAND-USE PLAN 
CANPIDAIES: TAX BILLS WON'T RISE 
FARMER-LOAN PLAN WORTH SUPPORT 

SHERIFF'S STATIONS. FARr^ER TAX BREAKS BACKED AT FORUM 
DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS , ,^ 

DEMOCPATS NOMINATE THREE FOR : OMMI SS I ONER S 'ACE .,,,„. ^„ 
ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COUNTY: FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

OURHAM^COMHITTEE'S 3ACKIMG HE.PEO RETAIN BOARD'S MAJORITY 

VOTE ERROR MAY AFFECT CCHMissiONER RUNOFF 

NUMBERS CHANGE. BUI RESULTS STAND 

OELOATCHE REMAINS UNDECIDED QN RUNOFF 

OELOATCHE WON'T ASK FOR RUNOFF 

HIGHT TO PE IN RUNOFF 

MY SI'ICERE APPRECIATION TO AL. WHO VOTED FOR "E I ADI 

AGENCY DRAFTS PROPOSAL TO PRESERVE FARMLAND IN SIX COUNTIES 

DELOREAN.^JOMN j.^j^^ SHOWS FLAMS Vi 'STING' TACTICS 
ARE HELMS AND OELOREAN SO DIFFERENT? 

OELUCA. JOSEPH J. JR. IGARNERI 
WRITER SAYS THANKS 

"^""il^Pr^Llfr ^FEErBETTER IF HIT IN WALLET - INSURER^ ,^ ,, ^ 
HEALTH ATTITUOES MUST CHANGE TO LOWER MEDICAL COSTS IN U.S. 
SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR HEALYH, SANITY ,,,.., 

AMERICANS' NEED FOR INSTANT RELIEF HIKES MEDICAL COSTS 

DEMENT. GINA (DURHAM CAKE CENTERl 

YOUTHS. ELDERLY ADOPT OrJE ANOTHER 

SHAPE VIVID MEMORIES 

CARE ASSISTANT DESERVE THANKS 

DEMENT, RICK 

THEY MARRIED THEIR BEST FRIEN"S 

DEMOTI, MARGARET (DURHAM APIS C0UN:ILI 
STORYTELLIUG ART REVIVED APRIL 1 

0EMP5EY, REY IFGOTBALL COACHI 

MEMPHIS STATE FOCUSES ON UNC 

OEMPSEY, RICK IVA.l (OECEASEDI 

TWO CREWMEN KILLED IN NIVY PLANE CRASH 

OEMYEN. JOSEPH (LONG ISLAND, N.Y.I 
2 MORE INDICTED IN DRUG RING 

°^~^''!ls'l8NrA°stSS§rpJ'lNnjA['GEH SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN SLAYING 

OENNING. JONATHAN LLOYD 

CHARGES ARE OISMISSEO IN CHILE'S DEATH 

OENNING, LEla CHERRY (OECEASEDI 



S 2 3/20/84 A 4 
H 2 11/17/84 A 4 



S 2 10/26/84 A 4 



H 2 6/21/84 C 22 N "30 

S 2 6/21/84 A 10 N J56 

H 2 7/07/84 A 4 L 

S 2 8/09/84 B 6 N 



S 2 3/19/84 B 1 P F A15 
5 2 5/11/84 A 4 L 
H 2 6/11/34 A 4 L 



H 2 1/22/84 E 2 P F J40 

H 2 3/30/84 1 P F W66 

S 2 10/23/84 2 N 

H 2 12/29/84 A 6 N 

H 2 9/20/84 C 9 N 

H 2 4/19/84 A IB N 

S 2 5/11/84 C 9 N 



M N r H L 



/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/84 - U/31/B4 



PAT.C 79 
l/l"./"!? 



A "GAROENtR SUPREME ' 



WITH A G3LF CLUB 



OBI TUARY 

OENNIS, PAVl^ 

OENNIS IS SELECTED OEACPN OF THE MCNTH 

DENNIS. EDWIN ARNOLD 

"ONOR ROLL STUDENTS REHAROEP AT HOLTON 
INCENTIVE PLAN HORHS 

DENNIS. H. J. jp - 
HINTS FROM 

OENNIS. LOUISE ZANIE GEORUE (DECFaSEO) 
OBITUARY 

"ENNIS. TQM IHFRAL"-5UN PAPERSI 
SERVICE RECOGNIZED 
•MR. SGT. MAJ,' MADE HISTORY 

OENNOS. JUHN GEORGE IDEC6ASE0J 
O'^l TUARY 
LATE "HOT DOG KING' DFNNOS WAS SHOWMAN 

OENSON. BETTY NORRIS IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DENT. "OMNIE 

CHARGE WAS ASSAULT 

OENTON, DONALD JR. (DUKE POWFRI 

IBM GETS OUKE POWER AWARD FOR CUTTING BILL BY 13. J MILLION 
OENTON. GARY G. 

FORMER GASTONIA POLICEMAN INDICTED 

OENTON. Gary SCOTT 

MISTRIAL DECLARED IN GASTON COUNTY CIVIL RIGHTS CASE 

OENTON, KENNETH IRALEIGHI 

SillVl'i 'yO^^J'-EIGH MEN BELIEVED TO HAVE DROWNED 
BODIES OF TWO DROWNED N.C. MEN FOUND IN LAKE 

OENTON, WESLEY IL0UI5BURGI 

OFFICERS PROBING FRANKLIN bREAK-IN HIT BY EXPLOSION 
OEPASQUALE, FRANK A. 

?'!'^'?F?£^Jl^ SPEAK ON 1-40 LAND USE 

^!?i^ 'AR'^;rTE??°!ti niw' '"""^ ^™"="^ 

r?.^.l\:h.''°r'i-,''"''"'''^ "^-'^^ "I^H TEXAS FIRM 
CREdU M^StIkEN civic-center MOMENTUM 

?'o?u^'?=?t'''H";5 '"■"e hud center contract 

architect: center progress to'' slow 

city needs alternate plan for civic center 

oepasouale, peggy (gr^envillel 
oepasouale in pageant 

deratmiroff. gregor c lucia 
chr istmas on the road 



OERMOTT. JOHN ELLIOTT SR. 
OBI TUARY 



TREAT 
(DECEASED I 



( CHAPEL HILLI ( DECEASED) 



OEPOGATIS. AL 

DUKE NAMES FOUR TO HALL 

MATHESON, DEROGATIS AMONG FOU^ BLUE DEVIL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES 

DERRICK, JANE WINKLER (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

DERY, JOHN 

CHANGE IN RULE RUBS THERAPISTS WRONG WAY 

"""SAS'KirrE^^;iw£-HiS3ii'^'«°""' '^"^'s^"- 

DESMOND, TERRY M. 

rr£?S!fF''^c,'LS?^.'^"''^*'>- ""ONE SERVICE FOR WHILE 
GENERAL TELEPHONE NAMES DESMOND SERVICE MANAGER 

0E5SENT, MARIAN 

«»u'^';VJ'ScL^9"t9 CONDEMN PERSECUTIONS 

8*";;i5, PERSECUTED IN IRAN 

PERSECUTION OF OAHAMS CONTINUES IN IRAN 

OETEMPLE. HAROLD E. 
OBI TUARY 

OETMER. DON OR. 

EXPERT PREDICTS "NEW DOCTOR 

OEUBNEO. DAVID C. OR. 

nSJ^"I„t;P5^„P5'"^"°'-OGY HEALTH TOPIC 

DUKE PROF: BEING FAT MAY NOT IE UNHEALTHY 

DEVA(JLT, GERALOINE 

MAN, WOMAN ARRESTED IN FATAL CHATHAM FIRE 

°""i-A?"sisi;^T^'§:ru5N^?s """'-^ ' ="'^"'" "•' 

DEVOE, MARSHA 

SURGERY MIGHT MAKE HER LIFE S=IZUPE-FRFF 

FP?,FS???*,'rir^S'l"i'^='5 LOOKING GOOD " 

IL"-| TIC GIRL OUT OF OUKE HOSPITAL 

FOR THE DEVOES, CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY THIS YEAR 
0EVRIE5, WALTER 

S">'- = DSH?f?E';?I°'""- """^e "'5 TIGHTENED 

2;;hT??':'-^'l''^ '^''"J "»"■' "ELUITANT TO TALK 

POLITICAL advisers: BUSINESS, FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY... 

OEVRIES, WILLIAM C. OR. 

fNo'^Ai^incylr^EirT'^^S^Ll^T^^^rDU^io^^''^'^"^ 

DEWHURST. COLLEEN lACTRESSI 

TONY WINNER PLAYS QUEEN ELIZABETH 

OEWITT, MILLIE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 2 ')/2<)/B4 8 6 

S 2 8/04/64 A 6 N 



S 2 2/23/B4 C I 
S 2 2/2<)/34 A 4 



N CD5 
E 



H 2 4/08/84 C 14 P U G78 
H 2 10/13/84 B 6 



S 2 1/07/84 A 14 P P M(,6 
H 2 1/29/84 C 1 P U H49 



H 2 8/11/B4 A 14 

H 2 8/19/64 B 1 P U L57 



H 2 5/31/84 A 16 

H 2 12/26/84 C 1 N 

H 2 12/06/64 A 18 P N L41 

H 2 8/11/64 A 3 N 
H 2 12/19/64 4 



N 



H 2 6/24/84 B 1 
H 2 7/05/84 B 1 



H 1 1/07/84 B 1 



S 2 4/02/64 A 5 N 

S 2 4/11/64 C 1 N K90 

S 2 4/13/64 A I N K90 

H 2 4/17/84 a 1 P N S51 

S 2 4/18/84 A 4 E 

S 2 7/21/64 A 3 N 

S 2 9/11/64 A I N C60 

S 2 10/18/64 A 1 N M69 

H 2 10/21/84 4 E 



S 2 6/22/84 C I P F S09 
H 2 12/26/84 A 8 N 
H 2 12/27/84 A 6 n 



5 2 11/16/84 B 1 N 
H 2 11/17/84 B 3 N 



H 2 11/04/84 8 2 

S 2 12/13/84 A 3 N J55 

H' 2 5/03/84 A 10 N 



H 2 11/06/64 C 1 
H 2 11/11/84 16 



H 2 2/02/64 A 4 L 
S 2 6/09/84 A 4 L 
H 2 6/15/64 A 4 L 



H 2 3/04/84 8 2 

H 2 5/02/64 B 5 N B30 



S 2 10/01/64 C 3 N 

S 2 10/02/84 C 1 N J56 



H 2 6/12/84 B 1 
H 2 6/09/84 C 1 



H 2 3/11/64 A 1 P F B30 

H 2 8/14/64 A 1 N H30 

H 2 8/21/84 A 1 N B30 

H 2 12/24/84 A 1 N 630 

S 2 2/20/64 A 13 N 

S 2 2/21/64 A 7 N 

H 2 5/20/84 8 14 N 



H ? 8/01/84 A ID N 

H 2 11/24/64 A 1 N 

H 2 11/25/84 A 1 P N 

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OEY, K. V. JR. 

oa»M0"6T OFFE'S TO SCLL LCM IT IT^ ?MPL'?yEES 

LCM PRESIDENT S»YS WOFKFRS SHOULDN'T MORRY IBOUT JOBS 

PRICE FOR LEM PLArjT MftY BE SET IN faO DAYS 

ARTS COUNCIL STILL BACKS CENTER 

LIGGETT HEAD GETS CCd POST 

LCM CHIEF NAMED TD BANK'S BOAJ D 

DIRECTORS N4ME0 

GENERIC CIG4RETTES BATTLE. ILf CHIEF SAYS 

CEOS GIVE ADVICE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS BEGINNING JOB HUNT 

LCM OFFERS Pr<ODIICT QUALITY GUARANTEE 

LCM OFFERS MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE 

DEYQUNG. ANDREW V. IBURLINGTON) IDECEASED) 
ANDREW V. OEYOUNG OF BURLINGTON AT 102 

DEYTON. A. G. ICHARLOTTEI 

CHARLOTTE MAN REASSURES NEIGHBORS <.0-FOOT ROCKET NOT FOR LAUNCHING 

DEZERN. JIMMY 

VETERAN DEZERN TEES IT UP FOR HIS 36TH HERALD-SUN 

DEZERN. VIRGINIA PARKER IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

OHAR, S. R. (CHAPEL HILLI 

SACRED TEMPLE USED AS A FORTRESS 

niACO. NICHOLAS LOUIS (FLA. I 

2 FLORIDA MEN HELD IN ROBBERY 

DIAMOND. EDWIN (MITi 

EX-EDITOR 10 SPEAK AT DUKE 

DIAMrlNSTEIN. 6ARBARALEE 

SEE AND HEAR THIS EXHIBIT 
VISUAL ART 

DIANA. PRINCESS GF WALES 

FUTURE NEWS ITEM OUTLINING TH? TIMING OF ROYAL BIRTHS (CARTOONI 

DIAZ, EMMANUEL (A.K.A. DAMIAN GALLTWl 
2 MEN HELD IN THEFT OF DURHAM CAR 

DIBONA. JOSEPH 

DUKE STUDENTS TUTOR YOUNGSTERS 

niCCONSON, 0. H. E. 

WHAT'S A LIBERAL? 

DICK. BOP (PSYCHOTHERAPIST! 

BREATHE DEErEP. RFLAAAAy... 

GOOD SPEAKER - BUT AUDIENCE FALLS ASLEEP 

DICKENS. CLIFTON EARL 

THIS RRISONER ALMOST FORGED HIS WAY OUT 
DURHAM MAN PROBED IN TWO FORGERY CASES 
INMATE'S ESCAPE BRINGS COURTS FORGERY WARNINGS 

DICKENS. ROBERT 

NEW BUILDING STANDARDS TO RAISE HOSPITAL COSTS 

OICKENS. ROY OR. 

DIGGERS BELIEVE THEY'LL UNRAVEL STORY OF INDIAN VILLAGE 

OICKERSON, ELSIE PEARL IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

OICKERSON, GLENN R. 

GREENSBORO GROUP FILES DOCUMENTS DISPUTING FEDERAL AGENT'S STATEMENT 
MAN DISMISSED FROM CIVIL LAWSJIT 



(DECEASEDI 



DKKERSON. LANDON 
UBI TUARY 



OICKERSON, LONNIE SANFORO 
CHECKS. PAPERS STOLEN 



DICKERSON. MARTHA B. 

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PRAISED FQP THEIR RESPONSE 



DICKERSON. MEL C MARTHA 

FRIEND. NEIGHBOR TO BE 



IISSED 



DICkERSu'I, MICHAEL GERALD 

POLICE PADLOCK MASSAGE PARLOR: SIX IRE ARRtSTED 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE ARREST SIX IN "ASSAGE PARLOR RAID 

LIST OF POLICE NAMES FOUND IN MASSAGE PARLOR CASE 

OWNER WANTS MASSAGE PARLOR 0P':RATnR5 OUT 

C"URT ORUER BANS 'PROHIPITED' ACTS AT MASSAGE PARLOR 

MASSAGE PARLOR OWNER ARRESTED 

JUDGE ORDER MASSEUSE AR'ESTED AFTER ABSENCE 

APREST ORDERED In MASSAGE CASE 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH PRDSTITuTHN STILL ELUDING ARREST 

MASSAGE PARLJR CASES DELAYED 

SEPTEMBER TRIALS SET IN MASSAGE CASES 

2 MEN FOUNU INNOCENT OF PROSTITUTION CHARGES 

PARLOR'S RECORDS DESTROYED 

DICKINSON. bARBARA 

IN The SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

DICKINSON, HAZEL SAWYER (CHAPEL HILLI (OECFASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

DICKINSON, WILEY SCOTT IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

DICKSON. DAVID JR. 

BUILDING TRANSFORMED FROM BEASTLY TO BEAUTIFUL 

DICKSON. THOMAS A. OR. I W INSTON-SAL EM 1 

J'lDGE ORDERS WOMAN TO STOP HARASSING MAN 

OIOERIKSEN. RICHARD C PATRICIA 
DISGUSTED WITH HELMS 

DIDOW, NICHOLAS 

SHOULD ALL RANK CUSTOMERS PAY SERVICE FEES? 

OlFOFRICK, BERNARD (TIME MAGAZINEl 

jnuRNALISTS TO SPEAK ST UNC P'ESS FORUM 
REPORTER SAYS: PRESS IMPERILED 

DIEHL. WALLACE J. (OECEASEOI 













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1/01/84 



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12/31/R4 



PAT.E 'l 
l/14/a5 



OaiTUARY 

fllENER. ^ARY 

S'fALL BUSINESS CKEaTING NEARLY ALL NEW JOBS 
□IFATTA, PETER J. 

REWARD COMPETENT TEACHERS 

OICIUL 10. P ichasd t. or. 

GRANT ALLOWS DUKE TO STUDY EC"1SYSTE"S 

SOME P^;LEiflRE°S0L3ED'°"''°'"°"' '° ''"°^ POLLUTION 

niClULIO. SARA 

i^S^^^-'^E THEIR MISSING TREE 3RNAHENTS7 
SOME PROBLEMS ARE SOLVED 

OILLEHAY. lUNIA ERVIN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

DILLON. CARL W. IN.C. OEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION! 
SEX CHARGES AGAINST 2 HEN DISCUSSED 

DILLS, BILLY STEVEN (OECEASEDl 
OBI TUARY 

DILORENZO, THUHAS OK. (ECONOMISTI 
A LIGHT IN THE ECONOMIC DARK 

DIMAGGIO. JOE (FORMER BASEBALL PLAYERJ 

OIMAGGION TO APPEAR 

?t'''o''PiS.^'^"E"^'-ED FOR CHILDREN'S CLASSIC 

A ' RANDOM 

•YANKEE CL IPPER" 

STARs'^ARRfSE''*''^ BASEBALL TO DJKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC 

FUN UN THE COURSE 

FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS JOE DIMS GG 10. . .AND LEW BUROETTE... 
OINGFELDER, JAMES DR. 

OBSCURE POSTAL PULE ALLOWS LETTER SNOOPING 

COURT PERMITS 'WRONGFUL BIRTH' SUIT 

niNKINS. DAN (LEE CO. 1 

LEE COUNTY MAN ABDUCTED, THEN FREED 

OIPASOUALE, PAUL (SCULPTORl 

SHOWS CONTRAST SCULPTURE STYLES 

niPAULO. DERRICK STEVEN 

TWO TEENSt HAN CHARGED IN SAFECRACKING 

DIVOKY. ROBERT PETER 

SOMEBODY GOT HIS NUMBER--IT WAS WORTH 46",, 335. 01 

DIXON, ALOA HITE ( GRE EN SBORO I 

SOME FOLKS WAITING FOR OIL MONEY 

OIXON, ERNEST T. (PERSON CO. SHERIFFI 

SHERIFF'S CONDITION SAID TO BE 'GUAROEO" 

Person '"SHERiFp'^^rlBLE'*^'"''' ^"""='= suffers heart attack 

SHERIFF DIXON REMAINS STABLE 

SHERIFF THINKS OASH CAUSED ATTACK 

PERSON SHERIFF IS DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL 

niXON, GRAVES ELMO (ROXBOROJ IDECEASEOI 
ROXBORO RESIDENT STABBED TO 0= ATM 
MURDER DEFENDANTS IN COURT 
STABBING SUSPECT WAS FACING PM SON 
Z CHARGED IN STABBING STILL IN JAIL 
"OXBORO DECLARES A WEEK OE MOJRNING 
ROBERTS TRIAL TO BEGIN TODAY 
TWO TRIALS SEPARATED IN STABBING 
",'ff, JUSTIFIES ABOUT ATTACK ON HUSBAND 
witnesses: defendant S TABBED = I R E ma N 
MURDER DEFENDANT: STABBING WAS ACrmENT 
ROBERTS SAYS KILLING WAS SELF-DEFFNSE 
£;^1§;'*?''J,9!^S CONTINUE IN HUR3ER (TASE 
?nlJo)?'-,P^'^'-'"E° "^ ROBERTS' MUROER TRIAL 
ROBERTS IN JAIL AFTER JURY OE<OLOCKS IN MUROFR CASE 
?^SE«jS BEING TRIED 2ND T I ME I N SL AY I NG "" 
CONFLICTS APPFAR IN ROBERTS' RETRIAL 
OEEFNOANT SAYS KNIFE USFO IN S ELF-OEF ENSt 
JURY PONUERS MURDER CASE UbFtNSt 

ROBERTS CONVICTED IN SLAYING 
ROBERTS SENTENCED TO 50 YEARS IN PRISON 
SENTENCING OF ROBERTS !■: TODAY '^'''^"N 
ROBERTS ORAWS 50-YEAR SFNTEHC= 

MURDERER'S WIFE GETS SUSPENDED TERM IN KNIFING 
DIXON, JANICE (ROXROROI 

i'ff.-IESTIFIES ABOUT ATTACK Ot HUSBANO 
WITNESSES: DEFENDANT STABBED f irehan 

OIXON, KENNETH LEONARD 

?y'iilS'^ i!*" 'SE'^S 30 YEARS IN STABBING DEATH 
STABBING DEATH BRINGS 30-YEAR SENTENCE 

"'"""oRITuIrY* °"""'" (CHAPEL HILLl (OECEASEDl 

DIXON, SOPHIA H. (OECEASFOI 
OBITUARY 

OIXON, TERESA 

HER CAR PROBLEMS GOT THEM TOGETHER 

OIXON, THOMAS F. (DUKE UNIV. I 

DIXON RECEIVES SERVICE AWARD 

DUKE BUSINESS DIVISION GIVES AWARD TO OIXON 

OIXON. WYATT 

LIONS CELEBRATE 

^"'^'^OBItSaRy'" "'■"'^ lOECEASED) 

DLUGnziMA, ROB (DURHAM 8ULLSI 

WINNING SEASON PROFITABLE FOR BULLS 
DMYTRYK, EDWARD (FILM DIRECTORI 

FILM DIRECTOR TO VISIT DUKE 

?iSfi-3°^ ,1°, '^T''°°'J'^E 1947 FILM AT DUKE 

'HOLLYWOOD 10' DIRECTOR EXPERIENCED PERSECUTION 

OOAK, PEARL ANDREW (OECEASEDl 



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640- MOHTHLY/iNNUAL INDEX SI NAMES "^'if , ,11 

l/01/8<. - 12/31/1'. l/l<./n5 

S I T 

N F E L V 

P DATE C PG L P BYU 

OBITUARY H 2 7/02/9<. B S 

OOPBINS, SUSAN (PA. I , /,, /n/ . 7 M 

OPBIINS WINS PRIZE FOR ART "^ ? ?'?*■'?'' " Z f^ 

OUKE ARTS INSTITUTE TO PRESENT AJAROS TO FIVE SENIORS H 2 './26/e<t ABU 

DOBELSTSIN, ANDREJ (UNC PROFF3SORI ^ , , , „,,,/=, r . m .ct 

UNC PROFESSOR URGES NEW -WAR 3H POVERTY- S 2 i'M^"'' i \ 2 ■'''' 

PROFESSOR BLAMES PEAOAN FOR POVERTY RISE S 2 2'I??'i2? o ? t 

RESEARCHER: N.C. POVERTY INCREASING H 2 9/21/6'. 8 4 N 

OOCKERY, A'lTHUNY JOEL ^ , -./lo/o, t. ^ M 

TWO MEN ARE SHOT ON MANGUM STREET H 2 l^.i^.l^ I o ^, 

2 MEN SHOT NEAR LOUNGE 5 2 7/3n/8<. A 8 N 

nOCKERY, BEN JR. IRALEIGHI ,,,,/., . n „ 

RALEIGH POLICEMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT H 2 T/l'./fl'. A B N 

OOCKERY, JAMES HORACE (CHEROKEE CO. 1 ,,,,,0^ u ,u M 

VOTE-BUYING PLEA MADE H 2 7/17/8". B I ". N 

OOCKERY, ^0(. IV ER HART^^ ^^ ^^^^ CAMPAIGN TOO 5 2 10/lB/B'. A 8 F J5C 

nODSON. WILL^AM^^^^ DIES IN CRASH; DURHAM HAN, 3 OTHERS INJURED H 2 5/31/8<. A 6 N 

DURHAM COACH IN HOSPITAL FOLLTHING HELICOPTER CRASH S ? 5/31/S<. C I N 

COACH HURT IN FATAL COPTER CRASH H 2 6/01/n'. 1 N 

OPIHERTY'S SHOT FORCES OVERTIM'^, HFLPS BOOST UNC TO l<.-0 ACC MARK H J 3/0<./8'V C 1 N C52 

OOOS AND GODS TOO TOUGH FOR OJKE H 2 3/0V84 C 2 ° U 071 

DCIHERTY JOINS RANKS OF UNC HEROES 5 2 3/D';/fl<. D 3 » U 018 

DOHERTY PROVIDES HEELS' SPAOK - -52 3/10/84 A •? " N P55 

OOHERTY: IU'S STRENGTH TEAMWO'.K H 2 3/23/8'. C 2 N D71 

WALSH. PUHERTY HONORED S ? ?<"'!? 2 11 

DOHERTY, MS. WALSH SELECTED RECIPIENTS OF TOP UNC AWAPOS H 2 4/26/8'. ^ „ N 

ALLEN RESIGNS COACHING POSITIDN WITH WRANGLERS H 2 9/26/84 C 2 P N 

OOLAN, EDWARD OR. , , ,/,n/nt r 1 m 

OUKE STUDIE-: NECK PAIN SYNDRO'lE S 2 3/28/84 C I N 

CLINIC TREATS JOINT PAIN H 2 3/30/R4 B S N 

°°'' 'chapel HILL WOMAN RECEIVES STAT? HONOR S 2 3/24/8'. A 1 N J56 

OUKE PROFESSOR GETS FIRST WOMEN'S AWARD H 2 3/25/84 A 4 P N 

TAR HEELS PICKED FOR AWARDS H 2 V,°.V,l^ til 

BAG GOVERNMENT, NOT CARS H | i;15<2? J i I 

FEDS SEEKING SAFER ROADS S 2 J'^°',^^ * J = 

SOME N.C. DELEGATES FAVORING <EMP, 8USH IN 1988 H 2 8/'3/n4 A 9 N 

SALLEMGER CALLS FOR PROBE OF COMISTEN CAMPAIGN H 2 ^/26/84 A 10 N 

MRS. DOLE SAYS DEREGULATION 0= INDUSTRY BENEFITING STATF H 2 10/13/84 B 1 P N 0'.6 

MPS. OGLE NOT INTERESTED IN SFNAT6 SEAT S 2 12/20/84 A 2 N 

ELIZABETH DOLE DENIES PLANS FOR SENATE RACE H 2 12/21/84 A 2 N 

°'^'-E'h°Fl2|''cOLlIcTS°PROHISE- CIGARETTE TAX IS BLHCKEO H 2 3/18/84 A 7 P N 

SoLE^OESN'T^^XPECT OEFIC T ACTIOn'oStil 5eu CONGRESS CONVENES S 2 , J/12/5'. 1 1 T T ^^2 

DOLP INSTRUCTING SENATE TO JUMP THROUGH HOOP (CARTOONI H 2 l/iO/^* J * ^ I ^^ 

SEN. ROBERT DOLE A FINE 6UFFE' " 2 12/01/84 A 4 E 

DOLLAR, DAVID BtNJlMIN „ , ./n,/.^ n inn 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: DASH TO DREAMLAND H 2 5/04/84 B 1 n u 

DOLLAR, KENNETH R. (DURHAM PSOI .,/n,./or. r I N 

OFFICER BEIGN INVESTIGATED | | U/Sn/B^ All N 

WOMEN ACQUITTED OF CHARGES 5 2 11/05/84 A 16 N 

THREE ARE CLEARED OF PSO'S CHARGES " 2 U/09/84 4 19 N 

HITCHHIKING: MOTORIST BALKS AT ROBBERY, IS SHOT H 2 U/02/64 B 10 N 

DOLLAR. WILLIAM ERNEST 
OBI TUARY 



2 8/19/84 B 2 



DOLPH, TFRRI (GAROFNFal ,,,0/0/. n in P II na 

WOMAN COMMUNICATES WITH PLANTS H 2 1/29/64 D 10 P U G78 



DONAHUE, THOMAS 8. 

'ESCAPEE' OR 'ESCAPER'7 



2 2/29/84 A 4 L 



FORGET SCHOOL PRAYER " 2 3/2^/84 

OONALOSUN, ARTHUR J. (SALISBURYl ,,,,, u •> 5/n4/»4 « II 

2 MFN CHALLENGE STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES H 2 2/04/B4 A 13 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF STATE. JUDGESHIP RACES H 2 11/08/84 A 8 

OQNELAN, WILLIAM „ - ,,/i,./o/ a i 

OUKE TRYING TO REIN 'UNBRIDLE3' HOSPITAL COSTS H 2 12/l'./84 A 1 

OONNALLEY, RICK (FOOTBALL PLAYERI • , 1, /,,/«,. a 7 

DONNALLEY; 'SKINS' NEWEST HOG S 2 11/22/84 B 2 

DONNFLL, LARRY , , ,.,„.,„, , , 

WORKER IS INJURED 5 2 10/04/84 C 1 

DaNOGHUE^^JOHN^F.^|B^SHO^^^^ BISHO' OF CATHOLIC DtOCFSE OF CHARLOTTE H 2 11/07/84 A 3 

CEREMONY SET TODAY FQP NEW nISHOP IN N.C. H ? 12/18/84 A 8 

NEW BISHOP SAYS MAKING U.S. E:0N0MIC SYSTEM MORE FAIR IS MATTER... H 2 12/19/84 A 7 

DONOVAN, RAY 

EVEN WITH DONOVAN, 'OIHTY' POLITICS CLEANER H 2 10/04/84 A 4 



OOOLEY, PILL 

DOOLEY SIGNS EXTENSION 



2 1/20/84 D 1 
14 



DOPFMAN, ARIEL (WRITERI ^ , o/no/B4 

EXILED WRITER TEACHES AT OUKE " 2 9/09/84 

DOPITY, POSA SHAMBLEY ( HI LL SBOROUG^ I (DECEASED! ,/n^/B4 a A o 

OBITUARY " 1 1/03/B4 d 6 J 

OORMAN, RENE . , ii/n3/a4 B I p F 

SCOUTING'S PART OF CURRICULUM FOR THIS CLASS S 2 11/02/84 B I. >• t 

DORRANCE, NATHANIEL ROBERT (CHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEDI a/no/B<. 

OBITUARY " 2 8/08/84 

DORSEY, JOHN NELSjri JR. IND JUANIT4 (PINEBLUFFI (0FCE4SE0 o/,T/o» 

PINEBLUFF COUPLE KILLED WHEN TRAIN. VAN COLLIDE H 2 8/23/84 

DOPSEY.^PATRIC i^OL^li'^f'J^^Qio^F ,a SPEAK AT LUNCHEON TODAY H 2 10/03/P4 







CANDIDATE CITFS TIES TO REAGA-I 



2 10/04/94 B 1 



COUNCIL OF STATE POSTS ARE WON BY OFMOCPATS "2 11/07/94 A 13 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF STATE, JUDGESHIP RACES H 2 11/09/84 A 8 



5 I T 

»l F ELY 

P OATE r pr. I p Bvi 

INAUGURAL PANFL LfiATEB SELECI^O 

KIRK, OCRSEV GET N.C. CABINET POSTS 

•NORTH CAROLINA: A UNITED STATE- TO SE THEME FOR IN Aur.UP AT ION 
OOPS?, JOHN E. 

S!|-Si ?Er'Xl'^''fD OF SMUGGLING «K-<,7S 

PILOT SENTENCED FOR SMUGGLING RIFLES 

OURTA, RAMON (FLA. I 

FEDERAL PROSECUTOR CONTENDS LAWYER LINKED TO DRUG RING 

005S. SAMUEL LEE ( GRE EN S'JORO I 
TROOPER STRIKES TWICE 

DOSSFTT, JACK 

VOLUNTEFR RECEIVES AWARD 

DOUGHERTY, PAI ICARRnoROI 

ARTIST MAKES THINGS 'LIKE BIRDS- 
DOUGLAS, BOBBY ROGERS 

DURHAM OFFICER INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

PSO INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT 

DOUGLAS, EUGENE DR. 

GET THE FACTS ABOUT 8UTMER ALCOHOL CENTER 

DOUGLAS, STEVEN lUTHER (HIGH POINTI 

JUDGE DISMISSES CONSPIRACY CHARGES AGAINST WOMAN IN HUSBAND'S SLAYING 
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM 0. (FORMER U.S. S(P»EME COURT HISTircl 

DURHAM LAWYER'S UUEST: EXPOSE 'BIG BROtSeR'^SPYING 

DOUGLASS. "ARGARET LUCILLE ELLER lOECEASEOl 
Un 1 ( UARY 

DOVER, TERRY F. (STATE OFFICIALI 

WASTES: OFFICIAL SAYS STATE HAS PROGRESSED 

DOWD. JEROME (TRINITY COLLEGF HIST3RY PROFESSnpi 
PROJECT SURVEYED HAYTI ART 313 YEARS AGO 

oowda, lamar (guilford co.l 

voter registration case won't be prosecuted 
ouwoee, dave 

villain. sweet young thing get it together for life 

dowdy, jean ( f.n. p. 1 

court permits 'wrongful birth' suit 

oowell, earl h. dr. 

dowell elected fellow 

ocwtll, jeffrey leon (moravian falls) -— ^' 

bijlletproof vest saves police'-an 

FIVE PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM WILKES COUNTY JAIL 
OOWLER, DRAKE 

COUNCIL AGREES TO HELP REMEDY HAYTI DRAINAGE 

''°"^^?„S"-'- INEIGHRORHnoD HOUSING SERVICE! 
GROUP IMPROVES HOUSING JC-^viLci 

DOYLE, GLUBIA (DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS! 

SCHOOLS GET COMPUTER COORDINAIOR 

DRACHMAN, DOR I 

MIGRANT DEFENDANT NEEDS SUPPO'.T 

DRAuGhan, C. B. "BRIGHT" (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

DRAWOY, ANNIE lOELUA (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

DRAYTON, JERPY RFV. ( W INS TON- S «LFMI 

N.C. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PRAISED 

DREW, CLAUDIUS S. JR. 
OBITUARY 

DREW, MARIAN 

UBItSaSy'* I^II-LED, ANOTHER HURT IN WRECK 

DRI6SBACH, CHUCK (WAKE FOREST UNIV.! 

TAR HEELS RANKED FOURTH IN BASEBALL POLLS 

DRIESELL, CHARLES C, "LEFTY" 

S5'fls?,°r^^l-i£;;5:,Mf.^^,5"H>^5 in terps' turnover • 



?"1"ell: clemsgn'dfsfrves'ncaa bi'd' 
to win, terps must improve 
l?fty's ultimate victory 

t'a^P; li'-,\ U^'SfJtJIL" "5^= lefty: TAR HEELS STILL TOAST OF ACC 
HOST HOW GOOD WERE COACHES AS PLAYERS? 
ORINAN, ROBERT F. FATHER 

^o^yjl "fllES'' TO SPEAK PN ARMS RACE 
PRIEST WILL DISCUSS ARMS RACE. ELECTION 

I^KIVFR, DEL ILAH MASSEY (DECEASED! 

DRIVER, GLORIA 

A WILLING SACRIFICE 

DRIVER, H. THOMAS 

A WILLING SACR IF1C6 

DRUM, KEITH 

ciE?^*jAl^?yrTB'^^'A?'"DS;S "^'' "'^^'^-^'S TOUGH 

•l'^E"T'gSu!'5^'c'SN??s7 rrCKl"" """"' = 
•I PEAT DRUM' CONTEST PICKS 
•I BEAT DRUM' CONTEST PICKS 
■I BEAT DRUM' CONTEST PICKS 
SOME SPORTS WRITERS LACK CLASS 

BEAT DRUM' CONTEST PICKS 
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7/31/84 A 


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2/15/8<. A 


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5/18/84 D 


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U/29/84 C 


12 


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9/02/84 E 


2 


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H 2 


11/21/84 B 


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3/03/84 A 


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5/24/34 A 
7/31/84 B 


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success 64516= 4M0NG MEOIOCfE Te4PS 
ORU-M. 'EUN J". IWISSTOM-SALE"! 

fouo C4CE OBUG CH4ar,ES 

7 IN9ICTED IN COCAINE S'^UGCLI'lG 

FEDERAL POOSECUTOR CONTENDS L> HVER LINKED 10 DRUG RING 

JURV CONVICTS HINST0N-S4LEM HrfVER Or C0NSPIR4CY TO DISTRIBUTE COCAINE 

LAMYER GETS 90-DAr TERM ON ORJG CHARGE 

OUARTE, JOSE N4POLE0N 1 EL S4LVA00RI 

0U4RTE SAYS INAUGURATION 8RINSS HOPE 

OUBAY, DfNNIS OR. 

UIOLOGIST SAYS ACID RAIN DOESN'T HARH FARM CROPS 

DUDLEY. KARE>' ELIZABETH IM4S5.1 

0URH4"1 MAN CHARGED IN HIT-AND-RUN CASE 

WOMAN HIT BY Car DIES 

HOMAN HIT BY CA° DIES; MANSLAJGHTER CHARGED 

CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER FILED IN .(OMAN'S DEATH 

HIT-AND-RU'J. MANSLAUGHTER C4S= IN CnuRT 

HITNESS: CAR H4S SWFRVING 

•ASLEEP IN POOL H4LL' - DEFENOANT 

JURY TO GET GREEN CASE , ^, 

MAN CONVICTED OF HIT-AND-RUN. MANSLAUGHTER 

GREEN SENTENCED TO 12-YEAR T£^ M 

SFNTENCINC SCHEDULED FOR GREEN 

12_YfcAR.T£R« IMPOSED IN CASE OF HIT-AND-RUN H4N5L Ay^HTER 

MANY DRIVE alTH MULTIPLE OUI CONVICTIONS 

IN REMEMBRANCE 

DUKF FORUM SEEn^ SUPPORT IN D? UNKEN-OR 1 VING BATTLE 

ADDRESS CORRECTED 

DUDLEY, "ICHAEL JEFF6RY 

SHOOTING VICTIM CRITICAL 

DUFFEY. EDITH 

REAGAN'S WORLD 'MAKES US 5HUD0E" 

DON'T 3L4ME REAGAN FOR ALL PRD3LEMS 

■MURDEROUS FIASCO' IN LEBANON STILL >iOR»YING 

THE UNWANTED CHILD 

WCULO WE DISMEM^IER A CHILD WE SEE? 

APORTION IS CHILD ABUSE 

INCREDULOUS THINKING 

ABORTION IS CHILD ABUSE 

DUGAN. GENE 

MOW 'HUMANISM' 



BECAME A BAD WORD 



duGan, sally 

hospice nurses work just for the love of it 

duke. benjamin newton 

sleuth solves ouke picture pu22le 
t900.doo to endow 3 annual fellowships 
s9a0.000 grant to se used for 3 fellowships 

ouke. clifton (license plate collectori 

LICENSE TO COLLECT: PLATES ma<E TRACKS FROM THE wORLD OVER. 
OUKE. DORIS 



'kENANS are included ON FORBES' LISTING OF LARGE F4MILY FORTUNES 

6 DISMISSED 



DUKE. J4MES PUCH4N4N (SW4RTHH0RE D= • I 

EX-DUKE EMPLOYEE PLEADS GUILTY TO PROPERTY CHARGE 



OUKE. JOHNNY 

COUPLE WAIT MORE THAN SIX YEAJS TO TIE THE KNOT 

OUKE. LOTTIE MASON (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

DU'E. ROSIERT CPL. CMARINEI 

MARINE RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCE IN BEATING DEATH 



OUKE. SARAH 
SLEUTH 



PEARSON 

SOLVES DUKF PICTURE PU7ZLE 



DUKE. WASHINGTON 

CIGARETTE MACHINE BROUGHT TO OURHAM CENTuRY AGO 

"""^^CHARLFS^A. 'dukes. FARMER OUKE ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT. DIES AT 77 
SERVICES ARE TOMORROW FOR CHARLES A. DUKES 



LUCILE NOELL I H ILLSliOROUGH I 
'SILENT MAJORITY' PLEASED wIT-l 



DR. VINE'S SERVICE 



DULA. WILLIAM c. _ ,,, 

M4RIT4L KNOTS OF YESIERYE4R H4R0 TO UNTIE , 

DUMAS. CATHERINE 

TOO MUCH MELODRAMA 

OUMAS. PAUL 

2 OURHAM VOICES PROTEST EXECUTION 

DUNCAN, ERIC "SLIM" (NCSUl 
STATE LANDS DUNCAN 

DUNCAN. MARY LEE I0ECEAS6DI „ , -„,r..„, 

WOMAN'S DISAPPEARANCE. DEATH JAISED NO ALARM AMONG FRIENDS 

DUNCANSON. RCBERT 5. , „, 

O'JNCANSOM PAINTINGS HIGHLIGHT ART EXHIBITS 
BRITISH-AMERICAN ARTIST FE4TU7 ED 

DUNCKEL. JE4NNETTE ISAN FR4NCISC01 

CHILDREN'S LOBflYIST OFFERS TI»S 

''"'""BSTJ.?Hu?SSSTVia'a6iAIN WARRANTS IN BREAK-INS 47 TWO BUSINESSES 

DUNN. niLL 

DUNN LOSES ALIENATION SUIT 

TJO CANHIOATES FILE FOR HOUSE; ONE FOR SENATE 

3 FILE FOR LEGISLATURE 
POIMAOY FOR DEMOCRATS OUT 

MICHAUX. DUNN FILE IN N.C. HOJSE RACE 

POLLARD RUNNING FOR STATE HOUSE IN 68TH DISTRICT 

CORRECTION 

DUNN SAYS HE WILL FILE C4MP4 I" N-S PENO ING REPORT 

COUNTY FILES SUIT AGAINST CANOIDATE OVER 94CK T4;E5 

STATE HOUSE CANDIDATE ACCUSED OF NOT PAYING TAXES ON LAND 

CANDIDATE: WIFE BAR TO TAX Payment 

COUNTY attorney seeks FORECLOSURE ON DUNN PROPERTY 



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2/07/04 a 
2/07/84 C 
6/12/°4 B 
b/ 2/84 e 
6/ 3/''4 B 
6/13/84 C 
4/14/64 B 
6/14/84 A 
6/14/94 C 
6/ 5/84 3 
6/25/84 A 
10/04/84 B 
10/09/84 4 
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6/01/84 C 


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7/16/84 4 
7/20/14 4 
3/20/84 4 
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H 2 


2/19/84 E 


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12/08/84 A 


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H 2 5/27/84 3 

H 2 10/30/84 A 

H 2 3/14/84 6 

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H 2 5/30/84 D 
S 2 6/07/84 



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H 1 10/26/84 B 



H 2 1/31/84 8 

H 2 2/04/84 A 

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Ki'^i'ri'n'^FjR'J^^Sir'SVgtirnN"""""'^ "" ''"'^ ""^" seat 

VOTe nuNN: ^l,C.H,0. - 69,., (AH) 

PULLET APPARENT WINNER IN CLOSE HOUSE RACF 

Smhil °tlI?'iI'i!'^E5 i^^e; 'Ull=r squeaks out win 

PULLEY, MILLtR SURVIVE GOP Ri" TIDE 

JURY A'WAROS LAWYER 180,000 FO! SUITS FILED BY BILL DUNN 

PULLEY, HI&HT OUT-SPENT OPPONENTS 

DUNN. DAVID WAYNE (NASHVILLE. TENN. I 
FORMER N.C. MAN HELD IN SLAYI^IG 

DUNN, JAMES REV. 

CONSERVATIVE "ARTISTS VOW F I G^ T ON AGENCY 
OUMN. JOMN R, 

STATE EMPLOYEE RESENTS PAY SCALE 

DUNN, LARRY DONNELL I 574-M LIBERTY ST. I 
TWO CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

DUNN. MILDRED 

DUNN LOSES ALIENATION SUIT 

c^';ioFDA?^Pwf^r^A°rfo'^J!/^^°YSE'N^' '"""^ ""^ "^ '-'^° 

DUNN, PAUL 

PHYSICIANS DON'T SAY ALL THAT'S IMPORTANT 

DUNN. REGINALD MCCOY 

CUSTODY CASE GAG ORDER IS OUS'UTEO 
JUDGE'S GAG ORDER DRAWS FIRE 

DUNN, SAMMY LEE 

DURHAM MAN CHART.En IN ASSAULT 
ARREST IS HADE IN SHOOTING 
MAN JAILED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

DUNN. WILLIAM L. 

DOW JONES OFFICIAL TO SPEAK 

OUNNAGAN, LINOA MQORE {OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

OUNNAGAN. TED DR. 

THANKS TO RESCUE SOUAD 

DUNNIGAN, ARTHUK CHARLIE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DUNPHEY, DIOI (CHAPEL HILLI 
HER INFINITE VARIFTY 
CHAPEL HILL ARTIST'S SHOWING HAS BIG TURNOUT 

DUNSON. AUBREY 

SHJSr^IyO^'*''^ NOT ALONE IN ABJSE 
THERE IS A DOUBLE STANDARD IN ACC 
LOCAL, PRESS SLIGHTS DUKE CAGE'S 
JylltlE LACKING IN LENIENT SEviTENCE 

debaters are debasing 

dunstan, Thomas e, 

youngsville man begin held on murder charge 
ounston, sandy (vance co. i 

vance man's body found in burned mobile home 

DUNTON. DENNY (CHAPEL H IL L/C ARR 30R3 SCHOOLSI 
LOW-INCOME STUDENTS CAN ACHIEVE 

DUPREE, FRANKLIN T. (JUDGEl 

■fHStf *5KE0 TO WITHDRAW FRO" MiCDONALD CASE 
JUDGE WON'T WITHDRAW FROM MAC50NALD CASE 
JUDGE REMAINS ON MACDONALD mu^deS CASE 
^:S?,;!^°''^ NIXES APPEAL, STAY FOR VELMA BARFIELD 
8ARFIELD HALTS EXECUTION APPEALS 

DUOUE, GALE S. (GRANVILLE CO. I 

GRANVILLE CHAMBER HIRES DIRECTOR 



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10/30/01, 
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11/20/84 



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N 0'>6 

N C60 

N 0<.6 

N S82 
N 



H 2 5/08/84 A 9 

H 2 3/05/9A C 3 

S 2 6/27/84 A 4 

H 2 6/25/84 A 11 



H 2 1/31/94 B 1 N S82 
S 2 7/07/84 A 12 N 

H 2 7/10/84 B 1 p N aai 



L 

N S82 

N 

N 
N 
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H 2 4/30/84 A 4 



H 2 1/20/94 A 1 
S 2 1/20/84 C 1 



S 2 4/28/84 A 3 
H 2 5/21/84 B 1 
S 2 5/21/84 A 3 



S 2 3/17/84 A 14 

H 2 11/23/84 C 10 

H 2 8/23/84 A 4 

H 2 9/20/94 C 12 



H 2 1/01/84 E 1 P F H45 
H 2 1/10/94 A 8 P U 



S 2 1/30/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/01/P4 A 4 L 

S 2 3/09/94 A 4 L 

H 2 4/03/34 A 4 L 

H 2 9/21/84 A 4 L 



H 1 11/20/84 C 1 



8/09/94 B 1 



S 2 6/30/94 A 



8/16/94 

8/21/84 

9/22/P4 

11/01/94 

U/01/84 



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1 



H 1 4/25/B4 8 1 



DURDEN. ROBERT 

OUKE HISTORIANS TO SPEAK 

HISTORIANS TO DISCUSS INFLUENTIAL FAMILIES 
OUREN, RYNE 

FROM ALCOHOLIC 



'FREAK' TO MAN ON A MISSION 



OU^K'^i'DJ HICKS (HILLSBOROUGH) (OECEASEDI 
Un 1 I UA R Y 

DURHAM, AL0N70 (HENDERSONl (OECEASFDI 
2 HENDERSON TEENS KILLED IN W' ECK 
2 TEENS DIE. 2 HURT IN WRECK 

DURHAM, ANTHONY CORNELL (PITTSBOPOI 

WOMAN SLAIN; MAN APPARENT SUICIDE 

DURHAM, ASHLEY 

SaS^??5I^^? 5Jf5?'t'S„°ESULTS IN JAIL TERM 
MAN GIVEN 2 YFARS FOR ASSAULTING WIFE 

DURHAM, CHARLES ALFRED (SENECA, S .' . I 

FBI AGENTS ARREST S.C. MAN IN DIPLOMA INVESTIGATION 

DURHAM, COY E. (CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT.I 

OFFICER TO BE HONRED AT TESTI'<ONIAL DINNER 

DURHAM, GRETCHEN (DURHAM RED CROSSI 
BLOOD SUPPLIES AOEOUATE 

DURHAM, HERMAN THOMAS (HENOERSONI (OECEASEDI 
(HENDERSON HAN DIES IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
1 KILLED, 1 HURT IN COLLISION '"'-'-'-' ^' "" 

DURHAM, JAMES 

•IT JUST SORT OF HIT ME' 

DURHAM, JIM 

HILLANDALE'S REGULARS: AFTER FEW FLIRTATIONS WITH SUCCESS.. 



DURHAM, LILA COTTEN (OECEASEDI 



S 2 10/18/94 A 17 N 
H 2 10/19/94 A 9 N 



H 2 3/28/84 B 2 V M71 
H 2 4/28/84 A 14 



H 2 10/21/84 8 1 N 
S 2 10/22/84 C 2 N 



H 2 2/05/84 B 1 N 



H 2 10/24/84 B 1 N 
S 2 10/24/84 C 2 N 



H 2 2/14/84 A 14 N 
H 3 1/12/84 B 1 N 
S 2 12/24/84 C 1 N J56 



H 1 6/23/94 a 1 N 
S 2 6/23/84 A 14 N 



H 2 6/ID/84 E 2 P F H45 
H 2 7/05/84 1 P N C49 



6'.0- MGNTHLY/ANNUAL INTEX BY N»MES ""; 

1/01/B4 - la/Sl/B'. 1/ 

S I T 
N = ELY 
P DATE C PG L P ''YL 

OBITUARY H 2 9/13/B<. A f) 

OUPHA-^t MARVIN 

THEY weRE VICTIMS OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT H 2 ll/25/B<. E 2 P F CB 

DURHAM. MEREDITH MILLSPAUOH ,,,,,„ „ , „ , . = 

JUDGES SELECT WINNING LOGO FO? YHCA H 2 1/13/8'. B 2 F H'.5 

MEREDITH DURHAM WINS WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT MEDALLION DESIGN AWARD S 2 l/13/S<i 8 1 P N 

DURHAM, WALTER A. JR. lOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 9/2<)/8'. B 6 

DURHAM, WILHELMENIE (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 10/l<./8<. 6 2 

DURHAM, WILLIAM WALLACE JR. ^ , ,„,,,,„ , 

2 TEENS DIE, 2 HURT IN WRECK S 2 10/22/8", C 2 N 

DUPQ, PETE" t CAROL I TYRRELL COUNTY) 

PARENTS WAIT FOR DIVINE GUIDAICE IN SCHOOL FIGHT H 2 1/2'?/?', A 4 N 

DUTOROOIR, SOPHIE 

CHOCOLATE: AFFOROAaLE FINE LUXURY H 2 3/08/B<, C 1 P F H<,S 

nuTTON, JONATHAN J. DR. 

DRUG-LIGHT COMBO HELPS DESTROY MALIGNANT TISSUE S 2 4/25/8<, A 1 N 

OUVALL, RO'^ERT lACTQPl 

OUVALL IN BEST FORM IN "MfRCIFS" H 2 1/06/8", 4 S66 

OWAN. VIRGINIA I NEW YORK C I TY I 

UNC-G GIVEN ART WORKS S 2 <,/05/e'. C 7 N 

DWIVEDI. SURFN N. OR. , , , , , 

RESEARCHER: FUTURE ROBOTS WILL SEE. THINK S 2 12/12/8", A 3 N 

OWORSKY, LOUIS I AUSTI N-ME YER GROUPI 

RESORT PLANNED AT KERR LAKE H 2 ",/2B/8". 8 1 N H60 

DYCK. PETER HcV- 

REV. DYCK 10 TALK AT SPECIAL SERVICE H 2 10/31/8", A 8 P N 

DYER, DONNA 

CITY TO SEEK FEDERAL FUNDS FQ^ NEW HOTEL CONSTRUCTION S 2 7/12/8", A 1 N K90 

OYER. JANICE (FOREST CITYI ,,„,,„, ^ , ., 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYING 5 2 3/06/n"i C 3 N 

'TESTIMONY TO FAITH' SEEN AS DANGEROUS H 2 1/23/8", A 5 L 

TENNESSEE MAN PLANS TO WALK T?AIL OF TEARS H 2 12/06/3", C lA N 

EADIE, GEURGF S. ,,,„,, 

EAOIE INTERESTED IN MANY THINGS. MASTER OF THEM ALL S 2 2/17/8", 8 1 G 

EAORAN, MAOGOT OR. (HAMILTON COLLEGE, N.Y.I , , ,,,,,„ 

OR. EAORAN WILL SPEAK AT DUKE T0.10RR0W S 2 2/22/8", A 15 N 

EAGLES, JOSEPH ELLIOTT (DECEASED) , .„,,„,„, „ . „ 

FORMER N.C. LEGISLATOR, J.E. EAGLES, DIES AT 7", H 2 10/21/8A B 6 

EAGLIN, PAUL 6. ( F A YF TTEV I LLE LAWYER! , ,.,,,,o . , 

2 TAR HEELS INCLUDED IN REAGAN'S RECESS APPOINTMENTS H 2 11/24/8". A 2 N 

FROM 'JUNGLE' COMES LARGE, ATTRACTIVE YARD » 2 11/11/94 E 12 P U G78 

FOLKS AROUNO HERB: LIFE IN DURHAM H 2 ,'^^^^^,1'; ? ! ^ ^ ,,„ 

HAIR-RAISING CLOSE SHAVE H 2 11/17/84 A 1 P P F70 

SCHOOL PRINCIPALS ARE URGED T") EXPAND BREAKFAST PROGRAM H 2 10/26/84 A 12 N 

""■'man'shOT TWICE H 2 2/12/84 B 1 N 

SHOOTING VICTIM REPORTED STABLE S 2 2/l3/J4_C I N 

EARL, MARK WAYNE , , ,,,,, ,o, . 

DURHAM TEEN-AGER SHOT S 2 11/2J/5? « } ^^ 

DURHAM TEEN SHOT IN HEAD H 2 11/25/84 B 1 N 

TEEN SHOT IN HEAD IN CRITICAL CONDITION H 2 11/26/84 A 10 N 

2 ARRF5TED IN RObBtRY 5 2 11/26/84 A 3 N 

TEEN DIES OF HEAD WOUND THREE DAYS AFTER SHOOTING H 2 U/27/84 C 1 N 

POLICE INVESTIGATE TEEN'S DEATH 5 2 11/27/84 CI N 

OBITUARY H 2 ll/2<)/84 A 18 

EARNHARDT, BONNIE J. ,, , ,„,„,,,, . , 

COUNTY'S SEPTIC TANK RULES LEAVE HOMEOWNERS ON LIMB H 2 10/03/84 A 4 L 

SEPTIC SYSTEMS PECK QF PROBLEMS . H 2 11/01/84 A 1 N A54 

DARLINGTON: DRIVERS LOV^ HER, AFTERWARDS H 2 9/03/84 B ' J! "5" 

EARNHARDT SETS PACE FOR 2N0-DAY UUALIFIER5 » 2 10/05/84 C 1 P N W60 

EARP, JA"ES D. ,,„,,„, . , , 

DUMB AND DANGEROUS 5 2 3/02/84 A 4 L 

THE „INNER 'S'c IRCLE: SIX EARN OUTSTANDING WDMAN AWARDS H 2 2/26/84 E 1 P F H45 

CAPACITY AUDIENCE TURNS OUT T3 HONOR WOMEN ACHIEVERS H 2 3/15/84 C 2 P F "45 

WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: YWCA, E1PL0YERS SALUTE WORKING WOMEN S 2 3/15/84 A 6 P F J06 

DURHAM'S REMARKABLE WOMEN H 2 3/17/84 A 4 E 

SCHOUL 8OAR0 ORDERS flU IL 01 NG-I EEDS STUDY; DRAGTOWN STAYS OPEN H 2 8/11/84 B 1 N W24 

DURHAM^MINISTER ELECTED TO KEY POST IN AME DENOMINATION H 2 7/28/84 A 7 P N 

EAST, JOHN (SENATOR) „ - ,,,,,=, . c „ 

UNILATERAL WITHDRAWAL FOQM LEBANON OPPOSED H 2 I'l'"'"'' 5 V J^ 

EAST TO SUPPORT RANDLEMAN DAM " I ''24/84 B I N 

BACKWARD VIEWS S 2 2/4/84 4 4 F 

EEC TAKES ACTION AGAINST TWO GROUPS " 2 2/17/84 A 1 N 

VOIE ON MFESE DFLAYED WEEK H 2 3/09/84 A IN 

'AMEN' EDITORIAL AMISS H 2 M ?<o? ? ? L 

TAR HEEL VOTES ^ 2 4/11/84 A 1 N 

SENATORS FINANCIAL STATMS GIVEN H 2 5/20/84 ' ^ Jl 

N.C. REPUBLICANS ELECT DELEGATES H 2 6/23/84 3 4 N 

FOOD STAMP ABUSE " 2 t/iV,lt ? t E 

HOW THEY VOTED » 2 %'^^',\': 

EAST HAILS REAGAN ON ECONOMY H 2 7/21/84 

REP. ANDREWS GETS BEST GRADES FROM LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS H 2 7/24/84 

RACISM HAS NU PLACE IN TAR HEEL POLITICS H 2 9/17/84 A A E 

N.C. GROUPS URGE HELMS AND EAST TO FIGHT FOR STRONGER 'SUPERFUND' H 2 9/18/84 A 9 N 



2 7/21/84 A 6 N 



HONTHUy/A 



INDEX 
12/31/14 



P4r,E P7 
1/14/H5 



DEFENSE RECPRDS R4TFD 

E»5T, HELMS WON'T N4ME CHOICE FTR SENATE LEADER 

EAST AUTHORIZES COMMITTEE TO 5AISE RE-ELECTION FUNDS 

EAST SYMMS WARN REAGAN ON MX VOTE 

SENATORS" ARMS MESSAGE PRESENTED AT WRONG TIME 

ADA GIVES EAST, HELMS PERFECT SCORES OF ZERO 

EXTRATERRESTRIAL FUND-RAISING FOR JOHN EAST (CARTOON! 

MRS. POLE NOT INTERESTED IN S:NATE SEAT 

EAST, RAV OWEN (GREENSBOROl 

FUGITIVE GETS PROBATION AFTER VICTIMS RECEIVE CASH 
VICTIMS ACCEPT $10,000 OFFER TO DROP TWO ASSAULT CHARGES 

EASTFRLING. CYNTHIA 

APPEAL REJECTED IN JURDFR CASE 

EASTON, WILLIAM JENNINGS IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

EATON, CHARLES EDWARD 

SOUTHERN HISTORICAL COLLECTIO-I ENRICHED BY NEW ACQUISITIONS 
NATIONAL RECOGNITION CONTINUES TO FOLLOW PATH OF AREA WRITERS 
EATON WINS POETRY AWARD 

EAVES, JEAN IDURHAM ENERGY INFORMATION OFFICEI 
EAVES ON BOARD 

FBAN. ABBA (ISRAELI OIPLOMATI 

'HERITAGE' BEARS DURHAM MARKS 

EBINGEP, PHIL 

EBINGE;;: DECISION ON NFL OR US FL WILL BE BUSINESS 

ECKEL, ELAINE M. DR. 

DUKE PROFESSOR WINS NATIONAL AwARD 

EDDINS, MICHAEL 

RFAGAN SUPPORTERS AT A LOSS FOR WORDS 

EDDLEMAN. WELLS 

O'lKE ADS 'HALF TRUE' 

REAGAN HEATING UP LATIN AMERICAN WARS 

EDDY, OAVIO M. OR. 

RESEARCHER: TOO MANY OELAT CASCER TREATMENT 

FDFLMAN, CHARLES 0. (CHAPEL HILLI 

MAJORITY RULE IN RELIGION BECOMES TYRANNY 
•MINORITY RULE CAN BECOME A TYRANNY- 
LETTER ON FOOD PRODUCTS WASN'T KOSHER 

EDELMAN, WELLS 

GREENSBORO DEATHS: IT WAS NO 'FAIR FIGHT' 

EDGE, MALCOLM WEATHERSBY 

MALCOLM w. EDGE. PERSON ABC HEAD 

EDGERLY, JOHN W. DR. (UNC-CHI 

FOR SOME STUDENTS, HOLIDAY WITH FAMILY CAN MEAN FRICTION 

EOGERTON, "OUGLAS WILBERT (LOUISBUIGI 

LOUISeuRG MAN CHARGED WITH FO) GERY 

FDLIN, JANIS MERYL (PITTSBOROI (DECEASEDI 
CHATHAM WOMAN KILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT 

EDMISTEN, DAVID (BROTHER OF RUFUS =OMISTENI 
EOMISTEN'S DURHAM COUNTY OFFICE OEPNS 

EDMISTEN, LINDA 

LOOKING BACK AT THE BALLROOM 
CANDIDATE'S WIFE VISITS 

EDMISTEN, RUFUS 

BERGMAN HEADS CAMPAIGN 
EDMISTEN LEADS DEMOCRATIC F I EL 
EDMISTEN LEADS N.C. HOPFFULS I 
EDMISTEN, ESPN TALK ABOUT GAME 
TEACHER PAY CHANGE PROPOSED 
'HATS OFF TO THE ATTORNEY GENE 
EDMISTEN FILES 

EDMISTEN FILES FOR GOVERNOR 
HE HELPED CONSUMERS 
N.C. OFFICIALS WANT PIPELINE S 
RECEPTION TODAY FOR EOMISTEN 
EDMISTEN: N.C. NEEDS MORE OVER 
EDMISTEN FAILS TO ABIDE bY L AJ 
CANDIDATES SPAR L'GHTLY FOR N] 
EDMISTEN SAYS NPLL REFUNDS TO 
EDMISTEN TO SPEAK AT NCCU AS J 
HIGH COURT WON'T CHANGE RFDIST 
EDMISTEN URGES HELP FOR VICTI' 
EDMISTEN: JUDGES NEED TO CONSI 

JUDGES Should consider impact 

i LEAD EDMISTEN CAMPAIGN 
EDMISTEN JUGGLES CA'IPAIGN, ATT 
EDMISTEN, KNOX STRONGER IN SU' 
CLAIMS DUE FROM FIRM 
TOP EDMISTEN AIDE DIES IN PLAM 
EDMISTEN AIDE KILLED, FIVE QTH 
SMITH LAID GROUNDWORK OF EDM^ 
CHARLIE SMITH IS PRAISED OUR H 
EDMISTEN VOWS TIGHTER REIN ON 
CARPENTER GETS STATE POST 
TIGHTER REIN PLEDGED ON UTILir 
EDMISTEN EXPECTS BIG BATTLE Fl 
STATE MILITARY MUSEUM PROPOSED 
REPORTED CRIMES IN N.C. DROPS 
GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES MAKE 
EDMISTEN CAMPAIG'IS IN DURHAM 
EDMISTEN: CRII'INALS SHOULD PAY 
CAR DEALER RAPS EDMISTEN FUNDS 
GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES OIFF= 
EOMISTEN'S EDGE 'FAIRNESS, HO'I 
KISSINGER GIVES HELMS LUKEWARM 
EDMISTEN SEEKS NEW IMPETUS 
THE QUIET DEMOCRATS 
GUdERNATORML CAMPAIGN SPENDIN 
EDMISTEN SUIT SEEKS RULING ON 
KNOX, EDMISTEN ARE CLOSE IN PI 
EDMISTEN URGES VOTES AS 'MOUNT 
CANDIDATES BACK REPEAL OF HAR3 
EDMISTEN SEEKING DWI LAW RULIN 
CANDIDATES VOW ACTION ON PCONT 
'FAIR' EDMISTEN THE 'RIGHT MAN 
KNOX CHARGES THAI EDMISTEN PAS 



D IN FUND RAISING 
N FUND RAISING 
S 



TUDY 

SEAS EXPORTS 



BF AVAILABLE 

USTICE BUILDING DEDICATED 

RICTING ORDER FOR N.C. 

S OF CRIME 

DFR CRIME VICTIMS 

UN CRIME VICTIMS 

ORNEY GENFRAL'S JOB 
VEY OF N.C. VOTERS 

E CRASH 

ERS HURT IN WESTERN N.C. PLANE CRASH 

TEN CAMPAIGN 

G FUNERAL IN ASHEVILLE 

UTILITIES 

lES IN N.C. 

R GUBERNATORIAL NOMINATION 

BY EDMISTEN 
7S BETWEEN 19fl2 AND 1963 
STRATEGY ADJUSTMENTS 

VICTIMS TO OBTAIN PAROLE 

R ON SOME CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES 
ESTY' 
ENDORSEMENT 



G TOPS «5.7 MILLION 

owl LAW 

LLS AND FUND RAISING 

AIN GOVERNOR' 

ISDN AMENDMENT 

G 

MY, EDUCATION 

SEO BUCK 



5 ? 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
5 2 



5 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



DATE 

10/15/84 
I1/IA/R4 
1 1/2R/84 
12/04/04 
12/D6/B4 
12/0R/B4 
12/14/84 
12/20/B4 



S I 

E L 
C PG L 

P 

3 

10 P 

1 



4 T T R56 



I2/13/B4 A 2 
12/14/B4 A 16 



N 



1/18/84 B 1 N 
U/12/84 B 6 



5/27/84 D 3 P U H45 
7/0I/B4 3 U H45 
11/17/84 A 3 N 



1/11/64 All N 

10/05/84 A 4 E 

l/lR/84 D 1 P U S91 

7/05/64 A 15 F 

11/03/84 A 4 L 



10/01/84 A 
11/19/84 A 



H 2 5/14/84 B 1 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



4/05/84 A 4 
4/17/84 A 4 
4/30/84 A 4 



H 2 5/01/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/03/84 C 6 

H 2 12/22/84 A 3 N U80 

H 1 7/17/84 8 1 N 

H 3 4/17/84 B 1 N 

H 2 10/02/84 4 13 N 



H 2 10/26/84 A 11 P P M66 
S 2 10/26/84 C 2 P P M66 



S 2 


1/04/84 


C 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/10/84 


B 


12 


N 


S 2 


1/10/B4 


B 


7 


N 


S 2 


1/17/84 


B 


' 7 


N 


H 2 


1/26/84 





«: 


N 


H 2 


1/30/84 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


2/03/84 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/04/84 


A 


15 


N 


H 2 


2/0S/84 


A 


4 


L 


5 2 


2/0B/B4 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/09/84 


C 


7 


(^ 


S 2 


2/10/84 


A 


2 


N 


H 2 


2/17/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


2/27/84 


A 


3 


P J 


H 2 


3/01/84 


C 


22 


N 


H 2 


3/03/84 


8 


16 


N 


S 2 


3/05/84 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/07/84 


A 


1 


N COS 


H 2 


3/08/84 


B 


1 


P N W24 


H 2 


3/13/64 


A 


4 


E 


S 2 


3/13/84 


C 


6 


P N 


S 2 


3/14/84 


A 


12 


P G 


S 1 


3/14/64 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/15/84 


A 


12 


N 


S 2 


3/21/84 


A 


I 


P N 


H 2 


3/22/84 


A 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/22/84 


A 


8 


P N 


H 7 


3/24/84 


A 


10 





S 2 


3/28/84 


A 


4 


N 


S 2 


3/28/84 


C 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/29/Bii 


A 


12 


P N 


S 2 


4/02/84 


A 


1 I 


M 


H 2 


4/03/84 


A 


10 


N 


H 2 


4/05/84 


c 


10 


N 


S 2 


4'lO/84 


A 


10 


J 


S ? 


4/1 1/84 


A 


1 


P N C60 


H 2 


4/12/84 


B 


1 


N S82 


S ? 


4/13/84 


B 


8 


N 


H 2 


4/21/64 


A 


13 


N 


S 2 


4/21/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


4/27/84 


3 


4 


N 


S 2 


4/27/64 


A 


7 


P J 


H 2 


5/01/84 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/01/84 


A 


U 


N 


S 2 


5/01/R4 


A 


1 


N 


S 2 


5/01/84 


A 


9 


N 


S 2 


5/01/84 


C 


5 


N 


S 2 


5/01/84 


C 


10 


J 


H 2 


5/02/84 


A 


11 


N 


H 2 


5/03/64 


A 


10 


N 


S 2 


5/04/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/05/64 


A 


13 


N 



^ 



HONTHLV/ANNUAL INDEX AY NAMES 

1/01/84 - 12/31/n<. 



GOP HAPS "UNT'S BACKING 0'= FR/ E 

ATIORNEYS FOR EDM I S TEN . . . ELECT "UFUS EDKISTEN GOVERNOR I AO 1 

KNUXi EOMISrCN TRADE RARBS 

GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFULS VISIT 

CANOITATES' HOPES HIGH IN LAST-MINUTE BIOS 

GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFULS "AKE STQPS AT RDU 

CANDIDATES TRY LAST-MINUTE CA^IPAIGNS 

EDMISTEN. K"JOX OUTRUN PACK: F<IPCLOTH 3PD: MARTIN EASY GOP VICTOKY 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAf^ CO.INTY: FOR GOVERNOR 

COMPUTER PROBLEMS HAD GREEN IM STRONG CHALLENGE 

JACKSON THE WINNER IN DURHAM 

ELECriOM FACES 

EOMISTEN, K^OX ^LREAOY FXCHANJING ACCUSATIONS 

EDMISTEN. KNOX SEFK SUPPORT 0= OEFEATFD DEMOCRATS 

GREEN FIRST TO HAND OUT ENDORSEMENT 

FAIRCLOTH ENDORSES EOMISTEN; SILMORE BACKS KNOX 

GILMOPE ENDORSES KNOX FOR GOVERNOR 

cOUCATORS SHUN ENDORSEMENT 
CANDIDATES ASK INGRAM FOR BAC<ING 
KNOX, EOMISTE" RACE HEATS UP 

BOWLES GIVES KNOX ENDORSEMENT 

INGRAM BACKS EOMISTEN FOR GOVERNOR 

INGRAM GIVES HIS BACKING TO EOMISTEN 

KNOX BLASTS FOE'S 'TOUGH COP' IMAGE 

VOTFRS CAN SETTLE PRIMARY BUSINESS IN JUNE 5 BALLOT 

SUPPOPTFRS WORKING ON GOVFRtJO^'S RACE 

SUPPORTERS WORKING ON GOVERNOR'S RACE 

EDMISTEN, KNOX DEBATE SET 

EOMISTEN CITES 'UNITY RALLY' 

19BA NOT TYPICAL ELECTION YEA' 

EOMISTEN: VICTIMS OF CRIME SUFFp:) TWO WRONGS 

FAIRCLOTH SPENT MORE THAN SI.'' MILLION IN CAMPAIGN 

CANDIDATES SPEND MILLIONS ,,..^„,- 

KNOX ACCUSES EOMISTEN WORKERS OF INTIMIDATING BLACK CAMPAIGNERS 

EOMISTEN: UTILITIES GAVE NO MONEY 

POLITICAL ADVISERS: BUSINESS, FRIENDSHIP ANO POLITICAL SAVVY... 

SANFORO ENDORSES RUFUS EDMISTEN IN GOVERNOR'S RACE 

Ef^MISTEN PARS FOE'S ATTACKS 

HARD CONTEST SEEN BY KNOX 

EOMISTEN SAYS ISSUES NEED DISCUSSION 

EDMISTEN. KNOX COURT BLACK VOTE ,,,,, 

KNOX AND EDMISTEN CHARGE EACH OTHER WITH DIRTY POLITICS 

EDMISTEN, KNOX SIMILAR ON ISSUES , ,, 

EDMISTEN SAYS OPPONENT USING TESPERATION TACTICS 

KNOX: POOR ROADS IN EAST ARE HINDERING STATE PORTS 

CANDIDATES* SLUGFEST OVFRSHADIWS SAMENESS - ., „ ^^» 

STATE GOP LEADER SAYS HUNT SEEKING CAMPAIGN SUPPORT FROM THE -FAR LEFT 

KNOX, EDMISTEN SPAR OVER UTILITIcS 

KNOX CLAIMS HE DEALS WITH FACT, NOT INNUENDOS 

EDMISTEN DENIES VOTER INTIMIDATION CHARGES 

KNOX CRITICIZES EDMISTEN OVER NRA ENDORSEMENT 

EOMISTEN COMMITTEE IS NAMED 

GILMOBE: KNOX CLEAR ON KEY ISSUES 

BLAMING EDMISTEN IS A KNOX PL"! Y 

EDMISTEN, KNOX SNUB EACH OTHE' 

WORLD 'iOO ATTRACTS POLITICAL CANOIDATES 

SEN. SAM'S SILENCE NAILS EOMISTEN 

EOMISTEN SOFT ON UTILITY PATE HIKES 

CANriDATES CONCENTRATE ON GETTING OUT THE VOTE 

RFADERS SCORE EOMISTEN, KNOX: GILMQRE EXPALINS WHY HE ENDORSED KNOX 

EDMISTEN OUELLS CRITICISM 

WHY IS SAM ERVIN SILENT? 

EDMISTEN PRO-CONSUMERS? 

KNOX DEMANDS PUBLIC FORUM WITH EOMISTEN 

KNOX, EDMISTEN WORK ON VOTER TURNOUT 

CANDIDATES OFFER DIFFERENT IMAGES: EOMISTEN CITES RECORD OF SERVICE 

EDMISTEN CAMPAIGNS IN EAST; KVOX WANTS PUBLIC FORUM 

EOMISTEN UTILITY POLICIES HAVE COST 

EDMISTEN NO CONSUMER ADVOCATE 

JUDGE'S LAWYERS CALL ED»ISTEN'S SUIT STUPIO 

WAKE JURY INDICTS NRA OVER ELECTION LETTERS 

CANDIDATES DISAGREE ON DEBATE FORMAT 

KNOX DRAWS SUPPORT FOR HIS PLATFORM 

CARR!NGTaN'S^O°NAT'ioN^rn'EOMISIE?i°PUZZLES DEMOCRATS ANO REPUBLICANS 

KNOX ASKS TAR HEEL VOTERS TO 'ROVE THAI POLLS ARE WRONG 

KNOX IS EASY CHOICE IN GOVERNTR'S RACE 

EOMISTEN SPREADS 'FILTH' 

HUNT RAPS HELf'S ON SOCIAL SECJRITY 

EDMISTEN ATTRIBUTES SUCCESS T1 HARD WORK 

LEGAL MOTION LOADED WITH POLITICAL PUNCHES 

tOHISTEM WILL STANO ON HIS CONVICTIONS 

EOMISTEN, KNUX PREPARE FOR DEBATE 

KNOX HOPES DERATE WILL BE A TURNING POINT IN CAMPAIGN 

DEBATING EDMISTEN, KNOX AGREE ON ISSUES, SWAP BARBS ON OTHERS 

ONE THINKS CANDIDATE WITHOUT INTEGRITY 

ANOTHER SCORES 'KNOXIOUS' ATTEMPTS 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKING KNOX 

POLITICIANS DO THE OARNOEST THINGS 

All nii = o miOLjAU rniiMrv-__^t-c ciiopnR 



ALL OVER DURHAM COUNTY,. ..WE SUPPORT RUFUS EDM I ST FN. . • I AD 1 
EOMISTEN-KNOX CONTEST HIGHLIGHT OF TUESDAY PRIMARY 
LEADERSHIP KEY ISSUE IN GUBERNATORIAL RACE 
YOU HAVF A CHOICE: THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE lAOl 

tvI°NEWS^PREOICTs'«INN£R OF D=MOCRATIC GUBERNATORIAL RUN-OFF (CARTOONI 

BOTH EOMISTEN, KNOX CLAIM TV DEBATE WIN 

EDMISTEN, SUPPORTERS SENSE RUNOFF VICTORY , „ ,, 

SOME DEMOCRATS ARE WORRIED AB^UT BITTERNESS OF CAMPAIGN 

VOTERS RETURN TO POLLS TQDAY 

DEMOCRATS DECIDE ON N.C. NOMINEES 

CANOIDATES CROSS STATE 

EOMISTEN TOPS KNOX IN RUNOFF 

EDMISTEN: DID HE LOSE GROUND IN PRIMARY WIN? 

DURHAM ELECTION RESULTS: FOR SOVERNOR 

KNOX CARRIES DURHAM 

ORANGE VOTERS GO FOR KNOX 

EDMISTEN: VICTORY SHOWS N.C. VOTERS LIKE A FIGHTE" 

CAMPAIGN MUDSLINGING GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

EDMISTEN PACKERS CALL FOR PARTY UNITY 

'PROGRESSIVE' VOTES CAUSE DIFFERENCE 

CANDIDATES TO HOLD THEIR FIRE 

MARTIN CHALLENGES EOMISTEN TO SERIES OF DEBATES 

EDMISTEN, MARTIN READY FOR BATTLE 

SUPERRUFUS ICARTOHNI 

N.C. DEMOCRATS SAY PARTY IS N3 T DIVIDED 

FENCE-MENDING HYPOCRISY 

INSIDE 

KNOX, EDMISTEN SPFNT SI MILLION ON RUNOFF 

KNOX SAYS HE WON'T CAMPAIGN ftR EOMISTEN "UT BACKS PARTY 

JUDGE DISMISSES EOMISTEN'S LAWSUIT ABOUT NEW OWI LAW 

ACTION FILED ON OWI LAW IS DISMISSED 

DURHAM JUDG'' ASKS STATE TO PAY COSTS OF HIS SUIT 

NASH SHERIFF BACKS HUNT'S CAMPAIGN 

EOMISTEN'S SUPPORT FALTERS 

N.C. CRIME DIPS 7.5 PERCENT 

EOMISTEN: N.C. CRIME RATE DOWN 7.5 PERCENT IN l'5U3 







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N C60 


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5/19/84 A 17 


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N C60 


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6/06/84 A 1 


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N C05 


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N 


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T T R56 


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N 


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6/08/94 A 4 


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6/09/"4 A 3 


U T30 


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6/19/84 C 3 


N 


H 2 


6/29/84 A 1 


N 


S 2 


6/29/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 


6/30/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 


7/G'/84 A 1 


N sa2 


H 2 


7/04/84 A 12 


N 


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7/06/84 A 4 


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7/10/84 B 6 


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^I2fKJ." ^"''TIN AND EDMISTEN JILL 0ISCUS5 OEBATE PRnSPECrS 

EDMISTEM SAYS HE'D GIVE JOBS TO «ORE BLACKS 

N.C. OEMOCRAT<; LODK TQ NOV. 6 NOW THAT PARTY'S 'iLATF CHOSEN 

OELFOATES EYE STATE ELECTIONS AT CONVENTION CHUbtN 

EOMISTEN'S A6SENCE TIMS FORU.'I 

SfI'?!B*I6^,^'5<^"55 EC0NC1Y, ETIUCATION, FERRARO AT FORUM 

2n2irj-y?5 STATE e^fPLOYEES HARASSED, PLANS INVESTIGATION 

EDMISTtN TO ATTEND "CARINA OPt-JING 

JUDGE LAoARRE SEEKS Fl,630 FQ? DEFENSE IN SUIT BY EDMISTFN 

CHANGES MADE IN EDHISTEM'S CAIPAICN STAFF EDMISTEN 

EDMISTEN, MARTIN CLASH AT FnRIM 

TWO CANDIDATES REFLECT ON WATERGATE AFTER 1(1 YEARS 

THAO EURE SUFFERING FRO" BRONCHITIS 

hunt! helms" 5on't"of^?^^'aSg"27^''"°''' "'"'"' "«tSTEN ARGUE DRUG... 

Sfi^Ji;^,iTEF7iL''!AM21't^5y g'^lR^r*" °" fNOORSEHFNTS FROM KNOX'S FAMILY 

PLEDGER SPLITS WITH EDMISTEN 

MARTIN SAYS EDMISTEN PROMISED INGRAM JOR 

PLEDGER SAYS EDMISTEN 3R OK E PROMISE TO HIM 

HUNT SAYS HE IS EAGER FOR DEBATES 

HUNT AWAITS NEXT DEBATE 

?.',5I'I''a„°I"°'^''*T5' support is more THAN 'HILL OF BEANS' 

KNOX WORKER BACKS EDMISTEN 

EOMISTEN DENIES CFFFRING INGRAM JOB 

WOMEN'S ISSUES STIR N.C. DEMO'RATS 

'',S?9*'' f-LS HELMS 'INSPIRATIDN TO ALL AMERICANS' IN NEW AD 

HUNT, HELMS SCHEDULE TWO DEBATES FOR SEPTEMBER 

TWO CANDIDATES EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS 

PROBE IS SOUGHT OF CONTRIBUTIONS BY WILSON family 

".^'^11'''^ COMPLAINT ABOUT CONTMBUTIONS TO BE STUDIED 

ANDREWS BRUSHES OFF COBEY'S ATTACK "'"="= 3 i uu I c > 

.?P"g, ''."OEiES DONATION TO EOMISTEN'S CAMPAIGN 

't^^'J^SnE ^SrgnL'^Tl^?"'"' ""° DONATIONS 

jN^ffifVisisi? p^?s?E??ESl°:;ilP^uN"^^:Vs¥^^^t!^i'"'^"^ " highway... 

KfSIL^Vf'^^'S^E'' RENEW TIFF OVER DRUG ENFORCEMENT 
?5?.U^.,P'I'.V9"5."ESS RELEASE CRITICIZING EnSlSTEN 

ISS^?I^S,';{I^f„V5,bS"gEgkfES3ir'' ""'-" ""-"^ "'"^'' '" ™E YEAR 

TNjrDiTiriajr:i«s°^s ir.'ik'v.y''"" " "" 

MARTIN TRIES TO BOOST RECOGNITin-j 

EDMISTEN REPEATS CRITICISM OF MARTIN 

f5?I!'^',l'""^^EN AGREE ON I-<,T COMPLETION DATE 

CANDIDATES AGREE ON NEED TO FINISH I-<,0 

<, NAMED TO EOMISTEN'S CAMPAIGN 

EDMISTEN COOL ON MARTIN'S SALES TAX EXEMPTION PLAN 

U.S. SECRETARY OF EDUCATION T) ATTEND RALLY IN ASHEVILLF 

^EPViy*" '^"iri'l- FILES SUIT OVER HUNT'S USE OF AIRCRAFT 

EDMISTEN DOESN'T THINK MARTIN CAN CATCH HIM 

HUNT GETS ENDORSEMENT OF STAT= AFL-CIO 

S.Sl'?.."?"''' ""'^E ENDORSEMENT UNTIL AFTER TOMORROW'S FUNO-RAISER 

MARTIN SAYS EDMISTEN DISTORTS VOTING RECORD " """ ^ '^"'^" KAlbtR 

MARTIN SAYS EDMISTEN OISTORTI'IG RECORD 

EDMISTEN BREAKFAST IS TOMORROW 

?;!!;trr?f'','^'"-'-5 Fn« PROBE OF eomisten campaign 

EOMISTcN CALLS FOR UNITY 

S9ni5''^^ ATTENDS SANFORD 3REA<FAST: CANDIDATE SAYS HE REIMBURSFO 

'^ot\i'!i.r.^ri''..iT.!T\in'^ "" '"' "- gov^rn^or^^^Ia^i'^^""""-" 

EOMISTEN AND MARTIN TO DEBATE 

£i!i9J9J^6S TRADE LICKS OVER T»XES 

EDMISTEN HEA0OUARTE15 TO DE OPENED TODAY 

N.C. CRIME RATE DECLI^IES SJ pi liT HALF OF 19S<. 

MARTIN, EDMISTEN CLAIM NEITHER WON DEBATE 

ANALYSTS DESCRIBE OEBATE AS A DRAW "="•"= 

MARTIN WANTS MQRE DEBATES; ED-ISTEN SAYS NO 

BIPARTISAN GROUP SUPPORT ING MA i? N 

cOMISTEN'S DURHAM COUNTY OFF r E OEPNS 

l?Air^?EOr5Ei?c[^"^5L?P''^' "" ^' CIVILIZED 

^^Slil^""' sS?jR"^^E^^?p'E^^iANC°E^'ff^SEll.J!r "-^E"^^^" 

uS^f^J5~,S^''.cf""^ DEBATED LIKE GENTLEMEN 

SFNrnJ*'rf??7=M?^r=o.'iS'y'-J 0" "'^LMS AS CLOSET OPPONENT OF SOCIAL... 

lRoKow'?{pLU^EBT^SM = ?S'ES"v='DEliTE''' "" '"'-" '""^^^ E^OOrIeMENT 

RUNNING WITH TAX DOLLARS? 

LAWYERS MAKE CHOICE EASY 

ln^''^o,'■cTI-9'-^■.''J° '6.000 EDMISTEN CONTRIBUTION 

l?'d IVs'^'nUTLkH'i'h^f^Tlkhl''''' ''' CREDIBILITY 

DEFECTORS VEXING DURHAM OFMO LEADERS 

Z'^W'h 'wStirS'S^L^SirK^^^SS.i^i^liJ^Sr'"'' "' '''"' "^'^^^ 8V EDMISTEN... 

EyiisssigSiJt !i^s;^S¥Er^i^i.8"?s?:T?gN"r^^^ 

L??}ri'JgLf?fc^"SG"A^'??y?i%i?l*'" REPUBLICANS FOR HUNT 

oSSi^i'DESg;R.T?''l5zjLES '"^^'° "°"' '°'' 3^5INESS 

GIFT TO EDMISTEN SUSPICIOUS 

?y!^I; nS'-I?^ COURT BLACK VOTERS, EDMISTFN, MARTIN BOOST TOURISM 

'.itii s2r^HIH^oS^^!.°s^^r^^^^?K '.iiv."'' v{oL???aNs'gv''iaH,sTEN 

M?R?lN'iEF°E^';g's''5ollNG"lF!oRT'' ""'^TEN IN GOVERNOR'S RACE 

iSMliIi!:i ???LOGUES FOR HAWKE REMARK 

EDMISTEN GETS CONSERVATION ENDORSEMENT 

ytltlIj,"-L"S TRADE BARBS ON TACTICS; MARTIN SAYS HF'D SCRAP Fnnn TAY 

cTN^,lEl^,JrAL"cL^32^"oi^^5^1 \lJllt''°"' B0SI^E^SM?N^^"*^ FOOD.. .TAX 

EOMISTEN Mi5fiREs AT UTILITIES 

"LMi''5i?Kfk?!)DE'N?''sK?piJt"*^ ^"''"''" '"«TOON. 
rSt!nfn!?Jr'*S?'''^ SUPPORT MOVE AWAY FROM TOBACCO 
CANDIDATES PLAN DURHAM STOP 
EDMISTEN SAYS HF HAS OWN COATTAILS 
EOMISTEN'S REMARK UNJUSTIFIED 
SUBPEONFNAS MAY BE SOUGHT ON = RO^iE 

U??Ll'?l^?\"n°fV8l?ArgN'TA?!F?-"'" '^ "" ^'J^O-^ERS 

M2Sff;'YisCEry^HiSrNf'^^?!r"° ="'^'°"° '"'^' ^""^' 
UTILITIES NEED CLAMPS 

«ART!N^'?iT^^p!|^^tsV^"s^''•SEo'?:^L'^'s?Ts"''"'' '"'"'"""""''' '"•••"'-"^ 

CANDIDATE'S WIFE VISITS 
EDMISTEN FOR CONSUMER 



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H ? 7/20/B<, C 4 


P N 




H J 7/J?/R<, A B 


N 




H 2 7/23/8<, A 9 


N 




S 2 7/23/P'. A 3 


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H ? 7/2I./BA A ID 


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H 2 7/29/B'. A 10 


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S 2 8/06/8'. A S 


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H 2 8/08/8", A 13 


N 




S 2 8/0B/8'i C 10 


N 




H 2 9/10/84 B 6 


P F 




H 2 3/1 1/84 A 3 


N 




H 2 8/14/84 B 5 


N 




S 2 3/l<./8<. B 8 


P N 




H 2 a/is/a4 A 9 


N 




S 2 8/15/84 A 11 


N 




S 2 3/16/B4 A 1 


N K90 




H 2 8/17/84 A I 


P N 046 




H 2 8/17/84 B I 


N S51 




H 2 3/17/84 8 1 


N 




S 2 3/17/84 A 5 


N 




5 2 8/17/84 C 


P N C60 




5 2 3/17/84 C 


N 




H 2 8/18/B4 B 3 


N 




H 2 8/21/84 A 9 


N 




H 2 8/22/84 A 13 


N 




S 2 8/22/84 A 13 


N 




H 2 3/23/R4 A 6 


P N 




" 2 8/23/84 A 19 


N 




H 2 8/24/84 A 10 


N 




S 2 8/24/84 C 6 


N 




S 2 8/25/84 A 1 


N 




H 2 8/25/84 A 1 1 


N 




H 2 B/28/B4 A 4 


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H 2 8/29/84 A 1 


P N 046 




S 2 8/29/84 A 16 


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H 2 8/30/84 C 11 


N 




S 2 8/30/84 A 16 


N 




H 2 8/31/84 A 6 


N 




S 2 8/31/84 A 12 


N 




H 2 9/04/84 A 19 


N 




S 2 9/04/B4 A 9 


N 




S 2 9/06/84 C 8 


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S 2 9/10/84 A 7 


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S 2 9/10/84 C 3 


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H 2 9/1 1/84 S 7 


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S 2 9/14/64 A 10 


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5 2 9/1B/84 A 5 


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S 2 9/21/84 A 10 


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H 2 9/25/84 B 5 


N 




S 2 9/25/84 A 5 


N 




H 2 9/26/84 A 10 


N 




S 2 9/26/B4 C 1 


N C6n 




H 2 9/27/84 A 1 


P N B81 




H 2 9/28/B4 A 6 


N 




S 2 9/28/84 C 7 


N 




H 2 9/30/84 A 1 1 


N 




H 2 10/01/84 A 1 


N 




H 2 10/01/84 B 7 


N 




S 2 10/01/84 A 1 


N 




S 2 10/31/84 A 7 


N 




S 2 10/01/84 A 7 


N 




H 2 10/02/84 A 12 


N 




H 2 10/02/84 A 13 


3 N 




H 2 10/02/84 A 13 


N 




S 2 10/02/84 A 4 


E 




S 2 10/02/84 A 4 


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S 2 10/02/84 U 8 


N 




S 2 10/02/64 C 1 


■ N J56 




H 2 10/03/84 A 4 


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H 2 10/03/84 A 8 


N 




H 2 10/04/84 A 6 


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H 2 10/05/84 A 4 


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H 2 10/05/84 A 4 


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H 2 10/05/84 A 4 


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H 2 10/05/84 A 1 I 


N 




H 2 10/08/84 A 8 


N 




H 1 10/09/94 6 1 


N 




H 2 10/11/94 A 1 


N B81 




H 2 10/11/84 A 20 


N 




H 2 10/11/84 A 20 


N 




S 2 10/11/B4 A 1 


N J56 




S 2 10/11/84 A 10 


N 




H ? 10/12/84 A 14 


N 




H 2 10/13/84 A 1 P 


N H60 




H 2 10/13/84 A 7 


N 




H 2 10/15/04 A 4 


E 




H 3 10/16/84 A 4 


E 




H 2 10/16/84 C 3 


N 




H 2 10/16/84 C 3 


N 




H 2 10/17/94 A 9 


N 




H 2 10/18/84 A 6 


N 




H 7 10/13/84 A 13 


N 




H 2 10/13/84 A 13 


N 




H 2 10/18/84 C 10 


N 




H 2 10/19/94 A 6 


N 




H 2 10/19/84 A 6 


N 




H 2 10/20/84 A 13 


N 




H 2 10/21/84 B 4 


N 




H 2 10/21/84 B 8 


N 




H 2 10/21/84 D 4 


E 




H 2 10/21/84 4 T 


T R56 




H 2 10/2.V84 B 1 


N 




S 2 0/22/84 A 6 


N 




S 2 0/22/84 C 1 P 


N C&O 




H 2 0/23/B4 B 3 P 


N 




H 2 10/24/84 A 4 


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H 2 10/24/84 A 9 


N 




H 2 10/24/84 ATP 


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S 2 10/24/84 A 3 


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H 2 10/25/84 A 1 P 


N B6 1 




H ? 10/25/84 A 4 


L , 




H 2 10/25/84 A 16 


N 




H 2 10/25/94 A 16 


N 




H 2 10/26/84 A 4 


L 




H 2 10/26/84 B 5 


N 




H 2 10/26/84 B 5 


N 




S 2 10/26/84 A 6 


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S 2 10/26/84 C 2 P 


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1/14/95 



IHO G=QUP5 SMNOUNCE EMOORSc^e'aS 

EOMISTEN PRTMISES VETERANS POST 

EOMtSTEN -A COMSU"ER AOVOCaTc' 

EOMISIEN COMPLAINTS A'iOUI SM6« R TACTICS C»LLFO CALCULATED WVF 

EDMI5TEM IN JURHA" 

EOMISTEM LcAOS MARTIN IN CAMPalON SPENDING 

MARTIN CHARjES LETTER IS FAKE 

EOMISTEN H4S A PLAN FOR BETTER EDUCATION 

MARTIN SAYS 'SMUT S^EET* IS A FAKE 

EDMISTE'I PRAISES TRADITIONAL INDUSTRIES 

EDMISTEM SAVS GOP SLURS MELPET SPUR HIS CAMPAIGN 

HUNT HITS MUDSLINGING. HELMS 'ANISHES JOURNALIST 

MARTIN CLAIMS MOMENTUM 

EDMISTEN PREDICT I"G NARROW VHTORV 

EOMISTEN LEGAL OPINION DUBIOUS 

WHO STARTED "SMUT" 7 

A FRIEND OF SCHOOLS 

MARTIN HAS RUN CLEAN CAMPAIGN 

EDMISTEN SAYS POLLS APEN'T WORRYING HIM 

CANDIDATE EDMIST£N CRYING 'WOLF' 

POLITICAL ADS SELL CONTROVERSY 

EDMISTEN FOLKS HAVE AVOIDED PF RSONAL JARS 

UNANSWERED QUESTIONS 

H^LMS* HUNT TRADE BARRS ON UNTONSt VETERANS BENEFITS 

RUFUS HAS 'HIGH GROUND* ON TAXES 

MARTU' IS PLEASED rtlTH POLLS 

CAMPAIGN WJRKERS MEMO SAID INACCURATE 

VOTE RUFuS EDMISTEN GOVERNOR 

CANDIDATES LET CHARGES FLY IN GOVERNOR'S RACE 

GALLUP POLL SHOWS SENATE RACE STILL OEAOLOCKEO 

DON'T BE FOOLED BY MARTIN'S TAX PROPOSAL S I ... VOTE FOR . . . EDMI STEN (ADI 

POLLS SHOW MARTIN HAS WlP=^D OJ T EDMISTEN LEAD 

CANDIDATES BATTLE FOR UNOECID''0 VOTE 

MARTIN CALLS EDMISTEN CAMP DESPERATE 

EDMISTEN; MARTIN WON'T R£PRES:NT ALL PEOPLE 

MARTIN 'ELATED.' VICTORIOUS 

UNOFFICIAL RETURNS FROM DUkHA"* COUNTY PRECINCTS 

DURHAM BUCKS TREND. VOTES FOR DEMOCRATS 

DEMOCRATS WIN IN DURHAM COUNTY 

MARTIN DEFEATS EDMISTEN 

MARTIN FACES EARLY TEST IN FILLING KEY STATE "OSTS 

DEMOCRATS REVELRY TURNED TO T^ARS TUESDAY NIGHT 

MAN CHAPGEO WITH EXCEEOING CA'PAIGN CONTRIBUTION LIMIT 

MARTIN, EDMISTEN SPENT $7.1 MILLION. CAMPAIGN REPORTS SHOW 

CAMPAIGNING FOR LT. GOVERNOR COSTS NOMINEES MORE THAN tl.7 MILLION 

EDMISTEN WILL PRACTICE LAW IN RALEIGH 

CAMPAIGN CONTP 1*^01 ION TRIAL DELAYED 

EDMISTEN SAYS DEFEAT LIKE HAVING DEATH IN THE FAMILY 

EDMISTEN SAYS HF WAS STUNNED 5Y HIS LOSS 

EDMISTEN IS PLEASED WITH S500.000 JUDGMENT 

LAW ON CAMPAIGN DONATIONS TO ?E CHALLENGED 

EOMISTEN SAYS SOME DEMOCRATS GOING liACK ON WORD 

JUDGE: CAMPAIGN CHARGE FILED IN WRONG COUNTY 

N.C. FRIME DIPS /,» 

GOP SWEFP LEADS TO REASSESSMENTS 

HELMS-HUNT, TORNADOES ARE TOP NORTH CAROLINA STORIES FOP I'Se'. 

<=DMON0S, AUDREY 

N.C. STUDENTS ENTHUSIASTIC. HELL-BEHAVED 

EDMONDS, HARPY IPASKETBalL COACH) 

EDMONDS NCCU'S NEW BASKETBALL COACH 
EDMONDS RETURNS TO NCCU CAGE 'OSITION 
EAGLES HARD PRESSED TO SOAR IN '65 

EOHONOS. HELEN 

DR. EDMONDS IS SPFAKET AT NCCJ 

NCCU, UNC TO GIVE DIPLOMAS TQYORROW 

GRauS URGED TO FULFILL THEIR IREAMS 

NCCU GRADS TOLD TO PREPARE FG' NEW TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES 

EDMONDS, HENPY L. 

OFFICIAL SAYS BLACKS DISTRUST CENSUS BUREAU 

EDMUNDS, VIVIAN AUSTIN „„, 

THE WINNER'S CIRCLE: SIX EARN OUTSTANDING WOMAN AWARDS 
WOMEN OF ACHIEVFMFNT: YWCA , EMPLOYERS SALUTE WORKING WOMEN 

EDMONDS, WOODY ICHAPEL HILLl 

CO-PRINCIPAL SYSTEM GETS SECOND CHANCE 

EDMONOSON, JOHN MICHAEL I BETHEL I 

SUSPECT CHARGED IN LAUNDRY DEATHS 

MAN INDICTED IN I SLAYINGS 

PITT COUNTY .MAN GETS TWO DEATH SENTENCES 

EDMUNDS. KATHLEEN MARIE ICHARL'^TTEI 

PTL CLUB EMPLOYEE ABDUCTED, U1HARHED 
HAN AnOUCTS PTL EMPLOYEE 

EDMUNDS, VI VI AN A . 

CAPACITY AUDIENCE TURNS OUT T] HONOR WOMEN ACHIEVERS 
DURHAM'S REMARKABLE WOMEN 

EDWARDS, ALBPRT THOMAS (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS, ANITA LYNN 

MOIHER ACOUITTEO IN CHILD'S 0? ATH 

FOWAROS, AVA 

WHY SO MANY PROBLEMS? 

EDWARDS, B. E. IFOPMFR HIGHWAY PAT'OLMANl , „, ,,,„.. 

VETERAN OF STATE HIGHWAY PATR3L FIREO FROM WESTERN N.C. DIVISION 

EDWARDS. BELVIN 

MAN IS STABBEr 

<■ STABBED IN SEPARATE CASES 

EDWARDS. BESSIE MINOR ICHAPEL HILLl 
OBI TUARY 

EDWARDS, C. R. OR. IN.C. BOARD OF EDUCATION! 

HILLSIDE STUDENTS TO HEAR HEM"ER OF STATE EDUCATION BOARD TODAY 

EDWARDS. CHARLES 0. IN.C. FARMERS MARKETI 
NEW MANAGER NAMED 

EDWARDS, CHERYL 

BPOTHCR-SISTER FRAY ENDS WITH BOTH CUT, IN HOSPITAL 
SISTER FACING CHARGES 

EDWARDS* DFANN* IS^NGWRITER AND SIIG^RI 

SONGWRITcR: POP SONGS PROMOTIIG HEARTACHE 
MUSIC THERAPY URGED FOR HOSPITALS, REST HOMES 



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EOWAROSi OFVON (WILSONl 

TWO CHAPGEO WITH BREAK-INS 

eOWAROSt FPA\'K (RUXaOROl 

WORK UNOER HAY ON CDFFER DAM AT ROXBURO LAKE 

EDWARDS. GAYLAN 

riVrTk''nirni\'HitiEV'''' """ ^"'^ ^"'- '" "°"'"'- 

EDWARDS. GPOVER CLEVELAND (DECEASE:): 
DBITUAKY 

FOWAROS, JIM SEN. ID-CALOWELLI 

EDWARDS TO SEEK CHANGE IN N.C. PRIMARY RUNOFFS 
STATE SfNATOK TO UKGE RUNOFF ;hANGE5 

EDWARDS. JOHNNIE MAE ICHAPEL HILL I 

ESTRANGED WIFE CHARGED WITH USING FORCE 

EDWARDS. MATTHEW "STEEL 90TT0M" JR. 

•STEELBOTTOM" EDWARDS ORDERED TO BEGIN SERVING I'.-YFAR TERM 

EDWARDS. NEVA MASON (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

5DWAR05. RONDA MARIE (DECEASEDI 

rOWER FALL KILLS DURHAM WOMAN 

DURHAM WOMAN FOUND DEAD AT BASE OF TOWER 

EDWARDS. SHELA 

WOMAN SHOT ACCIDENTALLY 

EDWARDS. TFRPv ISALVAIION AR"yi 
GIFTS AID LESS FORTUNATE 
SALVATION ARMY SAYS THANKS FO! HELP 
SALVATION ARMY DRIVE LAGS 

EFIRO, JAMFS M. DR. 

DUKE PROFESSOR WRITES BOOK ON BIBLE INTERPRETATION 
EFLAND. DOROTHY M . 

HEART PATIENTS FACE MANY DOUBTS 

EFLAND. LINDSAY III (ORANGE CO. I 

EFLAND, WALKER FILE FOR RE-EL'CTION 

EFLAND. WALKER SEEK RE-ELECTnN Tn SCHOOL BOARD 

INCUMBENTS BATTLE CHALLENGERS ='-"""1- ouaku 

clo.i^flP?'- 2°'?" 5'"'-'^ CONCERNS CHALLENGERS 
SA\N'DJ!'-IcHSoL'BfelR"3 ""°°'- """ "'"• '"""° ''" '^'-°5E 
MRS. HAAS EXPECTS SCHOOL CHANGES 

EFLAND. LYNN 

THESE TWO PLAN TO STAY -BEST =RIENDS' FOR LIFE 

EGERTON, PATTIE PLUMMER MACON (DECEASED) 
OB I TUARY 

EGSTROM, MARY CLAIRE (HISTORIAN! 

END FESTIVAL GEARING UP FOR 'WRITERS IN THE PARK' 
EHLE. JOHN (HINSTON-SALEMJ 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

DURHAM ATTORNEY TO GET UNC AWARD 

DURHAM LAWYER TO GET UNC ALUMNI AWARD 

HUNT SPEAKS AT UNC • S BIRTHDAY 

•MY PARTICULAR MINORITY GROUP' GIVES AUTHOR HIS CHARACTERS 
EHRLICH. PAUL (ECOLOGISTI 

NUCLEAR WAR IS NO-WIN PROPOSITION. ECOLOGIST TELLS CHAPEL HILL. 
EHPLICH. PAUL (ENVIRONMENTALIST! 

NUCLEAR WAR ESCAPE: MAYBE THE NORTH POLE 

EHRHAN - MANDEL, MURIEL (PHOTOGRAPHER! 
FELLOWSHIPS ARE AWARDED 
ARTISTS GET tS.OOO PRIZES 

EILBER. CHARLES "CHUCK" 

EILBER: PUPIL INCREASE WOULD HELP TAXPAYERS 
.^^'EN" SCHOOL SEARCH FOR PRHCIPAL NARROWS 
UNC TO CONTROL MATH SCHOOL 
DINING ROOM DEDICATED AT MATH SCHOOL 

EINSTEIN. ALBERT 

EINSTEIN 'CHILDISH' 

SUENSTAT. STUART 

QUOTAS OON'T HELP PUBLIC • 

ELDER. KELLY (ATTORNEY! 

NEW SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED IN BURLINGTON 

ELDRIDGE. ALBERT F. OR. 

ANALYSTS: MONDALE STILL BEHIND 

ELDRIDGE. MARIE D. 

DIRECTOR APPOINTED AT INSTITUTE 

ELIASON. JOHN E. REV. (BURLINGTON! 

JfSyS DIDN'T TELL tVERYPNE TO BE BORN AGAIN 
REDEMPTION PLAN STILL CONSISTENT 
PRAYER VOTE NEEDED 

ELIASON. RUSSELL A. 

COMMENT ON ELIASON IS SOUGHT 

ELICHUK. RICHARD (OTTAWA! 
SOUTHERN 'FRIES'? 

ELIEL, ERNEST L. OR. (UNC-CH! 

ELIEL NAMED TO SOCIETY'S BOARD 

ELIZABETH I, QUEEN 

PORTRAIT OF A QUEEN 

ELIZABETH II. QUEEN 

BILLY GRAHAM PREACHES TO BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY 

ELKAN. GERALD OR. (NCSU! 

OLD IDEAS CAN TOP HIGH TECH 

FLKINS. A. COOLIDGE 

BYPASSING FEE REDUCTION AIM OF AIRPORT 



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«r>u AIRLINES GET FEE OPTION 

OURHAcM CAR DEALERS »AKE REC0R3 SALES 

FLKINS. ANGIF 

ANGIE ELKIUS GETS CntlVENTION 'OST 

Ktl. ELKINS: MO"AN VP FINE — 1= BEA&AN OEFEATEP 

LESSONS TO LEARN FROM KNOX CAMPAIGN 

TRIANGLE POLITICAL 'JATC"EPS F\ VOR FERRARO ON TICHET 

tar heels praise mqndale's choice 

hl'nt "akes it t'^ugm to ie 'true oemocrat- 

pre-election test' vjmv not? 

elkins says convention excite") 

pfoplf should vote Their conscience 

pledger says eomisten broke p'o^ise to him 

women's issues stir n.c. oemozrats 

ELKINS. "EpTHA LAMBERT ICHAPEL HILL I (DECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

ELKINS. FRED (DURHAM COURT C0UNSEL1RI 

BOATERS SHOULD PRFpARE FOR SAFE SEASON 

■CHAMPION FOR CHILDREN': PSYC^IATRIST WORKS WITH YOUTH... 

JUVFNILE COURT CASES SHOW S"A5P DECLINE 

JUVENILE CRIME BEGINS TO RISE 

ELKINS. HOYT 

BOMBING PLEA ENTERED 

ELLEOGE. wARRcN 

<, NEW PRINCIPALS NAMED 
PRINCIPALS NAMED 

ELLERbEfc » RONALD 

TESTIMONY CONTINUES IN' DOCTOR. PATIENT TRIAL 
EX-PKO BASKETBALL PLAYER FOUNO GUILTY OF EXTORTION 
EXTORTION SENTENCE SUSPENDED 

ELLINGTON. MARGARET L. IWAKE FOREST I (DECEASED) 
WAKE WOMAN RUN OVER. KILLED 3' HER OWN CAR 

''■'■'°NCCU PROFESSORS CREATE BOOK T: HELP EXPLAIN POLITICAL WORLD 
f?k'^EE'[°^SeiVfc"i,: ^df^NfrlTrsc'oRE^JRESIDENTIAL DEBATE 

ELLIOTT, ANNABELLE AND GLAOY ( ST ATE SV I LLE ) 
HIS ICE CREAM RATES WITH WRITERS. FANS 

ELLIOTT, BARBARA (ANIMAL PROTECTIO'l SOCIETYl 
STEPS GIVEN TO LOCATE LOST PETS 

ELLIOTT, BILL (STOCK CAR RACERI 
RACIN' LIONS 

ELLIOTT WINS 'DREAMY' MILLER 500 
FRIENDSHIP ASIDE, ELLIOTT ENJOYS WIN 
BILL FLLIOTT RALLIES PAST BEN'^Y PARSONS 
ELLIOTT OUTDUELS CANT IN HODGSON 
ELLIOTT NIPS GANT 
AMERICAN 500; RACE FOR ELLIOTT, FANS TO REMEMBER 



THEN MARKET SET OF BOOKS 



•TADPOLE" (OECEASEIl 



ELLIOTT, CARMEN (CHAPEL HILLI 

PUPIL PUBLISHERS: ART STUDENTS ILLUSTRATE, 

ELLIOTT, CORNIE ATKINS IDECEASECil 
OBITUARY 

ELLIOTT, ELEANOR 

REZONING VOTE TESTS ELECTION VOWS 

ELLIOTT, GFRARD 1 NO KAROLYN 

RONALD "CDONALO HOUSE WAS ONLY HOME THIS FAMILY HAD 

ELLIOTT, JACOB KIRBY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

FLLIOTT, PAULINE KING (FARMVILLE) (DECEASED) 
CITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ELLIOTT, VIRGINIA EMORY (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

FLLIOTT, WILLIAM EUSTACE (FARMVILLE) (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

FLLIOTT - WIGGINS, EDITH (UNC-CH) 
RACE FOCUS HF MEETING 

ELLIS. ALTON C. 

OBITUARY A 

ex-i<LAl5sMA,N TELLS SCLC POVERTY SPAWNS RACISM 
ELLIS, CLARENCE HERMAN lOECEASEO) 

OBITUARY 

ELLIS, CLIFF (BASKETBALL COACH] 
CLEMSON HIRES CLIFF ELLIS 
CLEMSON NAMFS ELLIS 
ANOTHFK CHALLENGE FOR ELLIS 
NEW HEAD TIGER FACES ROUGH RHE IN 1ST YEAR 

ELLIS, CRAIG ( L AlIRI NBU°G ) 

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE NA"ED 

ELLIS, tVA (BAHAMA) 

LOVE, OPENNESS BUILD HAPPY H0< E 

TOO MANY HUMANS TAKE LIFE FOR GRANTED 

'INSTANT SOCIETY' TOO IMPAIIE-IT 

SFLF-RENEWAL HELPS EASE LIFE'S 'JLOWS 

OUITTING JOBS BEST fqr CAREER 'IN A RUT' 

SUMMER A JOYFUL TIME 

ALCOHOLISM DECEPTIVE, DEADLY 

FAMILY FEUDS OEVASTATING 

HELPFUL HOSPITAL STAFF WINS FAMILY'S THANKS 

PRECnuS MEMORIES WARM HECTIC HOLIDAYS 

ELLIS, EVELYN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS. FRED PYNUM (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS. FRE'^ W. (ALCOHOL RESEARCHFR) 

OR. ELLIS RECEIVES CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION FROM HUNT 



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PACE 1^ 
1/14/95 



ELLIS, GLENN RAy 

HILSON NAMED TO ELON HALL OF FAME 

ELLIS, JILL (DURHAM VETERANS AFFAHS OFFtCEl 

CpUNrv CGNSIOERS CLOSING DURHSM VFTEHANS OFFICE 
VETERANS OFFICE CLOSING MAY B? SOUGHT "'^'^"•^ 

ELLIS, KAY (DURHAM CITY HALLI 

ci'','i5'°L?^'-i'T'"-|!?° t''"" SET NFH iFEING-EYE DOG 
ELLIS BACK AT WORK THANKS TO =RIeNDS' AID 

ELLIS, MARY FRANCES (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

^'-'-'5i„"ARY LEATHERS (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS, MERLE (COOKING COLUMNISTI 

COLUMNIST TALKS TURKEY AT FALL COOKING CONTEST 
ELLIS, NPRMAN (CHARLOTTEI 

14-MONTH-OLO FOUND DEAD 

f'-L 15, ^OTHT RUSSELL "JOHN" IDECEASEOl 

ELLIS, PERRY DEAN (HENOERSONI 

HENDERSON MAN FACES SIX CHARGES 

ELLIS, ROBERT (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ELLIS, ROBERT LEE (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

ELLIS, STUART M. IHILLSeOROUGHl 

HAN SHOT WHILE CHECKING BARKING DDGS 
ELLIS, SUZANNNE 

THEY'VE GOT BIG DATE AT BLACK-JALL TOMORROW 

ELLIS, THOMAS F. (COMGRESSIONAL C LJ B I 

's?f!'A?P^i?"5liD^^^JL°NO(5^i?^' "'° " FOUNDATION OWNING AD FIRM 



HFLMS' A0VI5EP RRPAKS SILENCE* BL4ST=; PPF<;^ 

iirMiv^5?R5c^L^?TA^^^5^:;ii"LcF?^i?r"^" '"-°°-' 

ELLIS, TODD (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

5™,J°?, "ECPUITS, UUESTtON REMAINS THE SAME 

cLLIS TURNS PAGE FORTUNE 

ELLIS ALL HE'S CRACKED UP TO ', E 

PAGE'S ELLIS PREP PLAYER OF Y^ AR 

08 ELLIS CUTS LIST TO FIVE, INCLUDES UNC — 
ELLIS, TOMMY 

SPONSOR'S STILL MISSING FOR ELLIS CAR 
ELLISON, BERTHA 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES FILED 

ELLISON, EVANGELINE M. 

WILLIE C. LOVETT RE-ELECTED DJRHAM COMrilTTEE CHAIRMAN 
ELLISON, GUY JR. 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES FILED 

ELL2EY, HARRIET I JACKSOI'iVILLE ) 

MUROERdRS DON'T DESERVE PAROLES 

ELMORE, BRUCE (ASHEVILLE ATTORNEY) 

ELMORE TO DIRECT DEMOCRATS' UNITY EFFORT 
ELSAM, HAROLD G. (CHAPLAIN) 

WHY PICK ON PROSTITUTES? 

TUESDAY'S VOTERS COURTEOUS 

ELSHTAIN, JEAN BETH OR. (AMHERST) 

MASS. PROFESSOR TO SPEAK AT DIKE 
ELVIN, BUD 

WILL WE AVENGE MURDER? 

ELY, ELHABETH lYAUPON BEACH) 

N.C. FAMILY JOYFULLY AWAITS STN'S RETURN 

N.C. WOMAN PRAISES JACKSON FOl SON'S RELEA 
FLY, MARK (FSEEC AMERICAN PRISONER) 

N.C. FAMILY JOYFULLY AWAITS SON'S RETURN 

i!;^REs?°^SYLr5^5^?o^i5p^'^^.^?'„rr oS^'^'^^ """ ^-' 

HAN FREED FROM CUBA GOING HOm; ' ^" 
EHERSON, EVERETT DR. 

WHILE 'FINN' OAWDLEO, TWAIN INVENTING GAMES, LETTERS SHOW 
EMORY, BOBBY YATES (RALEIGH) 

gS5 f^iS'?^32ErjRS:sk%^;5§,^j?E°^"" ^" ''""' 



SE FROM CUBA 




^"°'*''dB?fuARY ""-^^ IHILLSBOROUGH) (DECEASED) 
EMORY, ED 

ImSSy^ ;5o?°^V5ilM^';ii^^°'^E '^ ">*"■ 

EMORY'S GOAL SINGULAR - WIN 

EMORY'S VIEWPOINT PHOR IN LOSS TO FinRIDA STATE 

WINLE5S ECU LOSES OB BaJtlETT F(3R YEAR ^ ^ 

ECU COACH EMORY SAYS Pack READY 

i?R"J &t,""5 STATE TO BE REioY FOR BUGS 

ECU'S EMORY OPTIMISTIC 

EMORY HOPINT JUST TO SALVAGE =CU'S SEASON 

K^r^0?'?!5fSST"lhk B%f^"-^ ^°^^"^^' '"' 

i£H„''"'^S EMORY, GOES SHOPPIN". 

EMORY ASTONISHED BY ABRUPT DISMISSAL 



S 

E 

C PG 



H 2 9/19/84 B 2 P N 



H 2 9/19/84 8 1 N 081 
S 2 9/19/84 A 7 N J56 



S 2 7/07/84 A 1 N K90 
S 2 9/01/84 A 1 P N K90 



H 2 a/09/84 A 16 

H 2 9/06/94 A 16 

H 2 9/27/64 C 1 P F H45 

H 2 1/18/84 A 9 N 

H 2 10/20/84 A 12 

H 1 11/2B/84 B 1 N 

H 2 12/06/84 A 24 

H 2 12/07/84 C 4 

H 3 10/02/84 a 1 N 

H 2 4/22/84 E 2 P F H45 



H 2 2/20/84 A 

H 2 4/25/84 A 

H 2 U/12/84 B 

H 2 11/18/94 D 

H 2 11/18/84 



R56 
A20 



H 2 10/25/84 1 U C36 

H 2 11/15/84 D 1 P N C3«- 

H 2 11/19/84 C 1 1 P N C36 

S 2 12/13/84 5 P N 

H 2 12/24/84 B 2 P N 



M 2 8/05/84 C 5 N W60 
H 2 1/05/84 B I N 



H 2 12/17/84 A 1 



H 2 1/05/84 B 1 



N 



N 



H 2 2/06/84 A 4 L 
S 2 9/03/84 A 10 N 



H 2 8/02/84 A 
_H 2 11/12/84 A. 



H 2 11/14/84 A 



H 2 12/12/84 A 



S 2 6/29/84 A 1 N 
H 2 6/29/84 A 9 N 



2 6/29/84 A 1 

2 6/29/84 A 9 

2 5/30/84 Fi 6 

2 7/10/84 A 3 



2 


5/21/84 B 


1 


P F 




2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

2 


2/02/84 A 

2/03/84 C 

2/03/84 A 

3/31/84 a 

11/01/84 C 

11/02/84 A 

11/03/84 A 


12 

7 
7 
1 
9 
6 
4 


N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
L 


L40 



H 2 4/23/84 



H 2 


5/20/84 


C 






1) 


"71 


S 2 


5/21/84 


w 




P 


II 


C09 


S 2 


5/24/84 


c 






N 




H 2 


5/25/84 


r 






N 




H 2 


5/05/84 


H 




P 


N 




H 2 


9/29/84 


H 






N 




H 2 


9/03/94 


n 




P 




rs? 


H 2 


9/19/84 


R 






N 




H 2 


9/25/94 


R 






N 




S 2 


9/26/84 


n 






N 




S 2 


10/03/84 


n 






N 




H 2 


10/17/84 


B 










H 2 


10/24/64 


p 










H / 


10/31/84 


R 






N 




H / 


12/11/84 


R 




p 


N 




S 2 


12/11/84 


D 




P 


N 





MONTHLr/ANMUAL INOEX BY NAMES • "fj^, .H 

l/01/3<. - 12/3l/a<, l/l'./85 



ECU'S EMORY: NO EXPLANATION 0=F=RED FOR DISMISSAL 

FOR En, LIGHTNING HAS A TINGE QF RET TO IT 

ART BAKFH INTEReSTEO IN ECU JIB 

BAKER'S gUICK HKING RAISES EYEBROWS 

ECU GIVE PAKER MULTI-YEAR PACT 

BAKER UENIES KNOWING EO E-ICRY WAS ON WAY OUT AS PIRATF COACH 

8AKFR SAYS ECU CONTACT CAME A^: TER EMORY FIRING 

ECU, EMORY MEET TO TALK SETTLEMENT 

EMORY, TIMOTHY LEE 

HAN hELO in SEATING 

MAN CHARGED IN 8EATING AT SAL:I0N 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH 6EATI>IG TWO MEN AT H I LLSBOftOuf.H SALOON 

ENGEL, M. ICHAPEL HILLI 

LET'S CRACK DOWN ON DPUNKEN O'lVERS 

ENGELHARD, lll'^Y^l^ FIRM'S REPORT ON CHEMICALS FOUND IN PITCH 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A'S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 

^'""''""SUIT^SAYs'ENvioilS COLLEAGUE MIROED CANCER RESEARCH 

ENGLISH, ERIC (8'BALL PHYERI 
ENGLISH SPARKS "GRANGE 

ORANGE, WITH RIGHT ENGLISH, BASKS IN SUN 
ENGLISH, ORANGE HAVE HAPPY HOLIDAY 

ENGLISH, PETER OR. 

GROUP AIOS ABUSED CHILD»EN 

OUKE PROF TRACES FOSTER-CARE JOES 

ENGSTHOM, MABY CLAIRE IWRITERI , „ 

WRITERS IN THE PARK HAS RECORD CROWD IN FESTIVAL FOR ENO 

ENLOE, EPITH 

OUKE NURSING CHANGES OFFER LITTLE THAT Is NEW 

ENMI5, SHELTON 

AWARD WINNER 

enoch, john willie "bill" (oeceaseti 
obituary 

entman, robert loukei 

professor: press hurts self 

epanchin, alex ur . 

school competency test scores improve 

fpley, jhe (charlotte public relationsi 

journalists to speak at unc p'ess forum 

POLITICAL advisers: BUSINESS, FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY.., 

EPPERSON, JERRY 

FURNITURE SALES 'SIGNS POSITIVE' IN 1985 

EPPERSON, STUART 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

KEMP SPEAKS IN SUPPORT OF CANIIOATE 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELFCTIUN IN 'l.C. CONTESTS 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN 9 TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

EPPERSON, TIMOTHY 

EXTRA TERRITORIAL AREA FAVOREO 

MRS. HERON SHOWED COURAGE 

SOUTHERN DURHAM HASN'T BEEN RJINED-YET 

EPPS, EDGAR G. OR. 

PROF: BLACK COLLEGES FACE BLEAK FUTURE 

EPSTEIN, JAMES 

EDITORS SHOULD STOP THEIR OWN GIBBERISH 
PRESS AND RESPONSIBILITY 

ERPESKY, JUDY COLE _ ^„,^ 

THIS CHRISTMAS, SHE CHOSt A MAPLE TREE 

ERICKSON, ALEX 

THEY MET ON THE JOB 

FRVIN, JANET LOU (PYNUM) 

MAN, WOMAN CITED ON ORU''. CHAR'ES 
2 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

FkVIN, MICHAEL AND LINDA 

COOKING: ALL THREE ERVINS GET IN ON THE ACT 

ERVIN, SAM (FORMER SENATJRI >, 

HONOR BEFITS SEN. SAM 
SEN. SAM'S SILENCE NAILS EOMISTEN 
WHY IS SAM ERvri SILENT? 
ANOThFR scores 'KNOXIOuS' ATTEMPTS 
CRIME RULINGS ANGER SAM E'VIN, PLFASE OTHERS 
AGE, ILLNESS LEAVE SAM FRVIN JNDAUNTED 
E.^VIN'S AUI06I0GRAPHY RELEASES 
ERVIN SENDS OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT 
MR. R=Ar.AN: KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF RELIGION 
SATISFYING REAOIHG 
ERVIN'S POINT FLAWED 
A READER RESPONDS TO SEN. SAM ERVIN 

FRVIN, WILLIAM HOWARD "BUO" (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ERWIN, BILL IDEPT. OF SOCIAL SFRVICESI 
INCREASFD DAY-CARE PAY OK'D 

ERUIN, WILLIAM R. JP. 

SLEUTH SULVFS OUKF PICTURE OU.'ZLE , _ 

UUKE CHRISTMAS CARD COLLECTION SHOWS CHANGES 

ERZNOZIK, JOANNE (CHAPEL HiLLI 

ERMA aOMBECK'S 'BEOROOH CRICK" T' COLUMN OFFENSIVE 

FSCONTRIA, JESUS "JESSE" (CHARLOTTE I (DECEASEDI 
BOMB EXPLOSION KILLS CHARLOTTE MAN AT HOME 

6SHELMAN, CURTIS 

THE PREFERRED-CUSTOMER TREATMENT 

I ESIASON, ""OOMER" 

' TERPS' ESIASON STANDS BEHIND "lENNETT OUOTES 

-'' DAY OF OeS' INFAMY 

BOOMER AGREES TO PACT 



s 

N E E 
P D DATE C P 


I 

L 

G L 


T 
Y 
P BYL 


H 2 12/12/8'. B 2 P 
H 2 12/12/8<. B ? 
S 2 12/12/8'. D 2 
H 2 12/15/8'. 1 P 
S 2 12/15/8". A 8 
H 2 12/15/8'. C 10 P 
S 2 12/1T/8A D 12 
H 2 12/21/8'. C 3 


N 

U 071 

N 

N C36 

N 
N 
N 
N 


S 2 10/16/3', A 
S 1 10/16/8'. a 
H 2 10/17/8', B 


«: 
i 
1 


N 
N 
N 


H 2 3/17/8', A 


4 


L 


H 2 3/05/8'. P 
H 2 12/29/a<. A 


1 
I 


N M51 
N S5l 


H 2 10/11/8'. 3 


1 


N S82 


H 2 12/01/8'. D 
H 2 12/3a/B<. C 
S 2 12/31/8'. 


4 

1 

2 P 


N 366 
N C36 
U C09 


H 2 './20/8'. B 
S 2 6/01/8'. C 


4 
1 


N 
N 


H ? 7/08/8'. 


3 


U H45 


H 2 3/22/8'. A 


4 


L 


S 2 e/O'./B'. A 


17 P P S76 


H 2 ll/13/8<. B 


2 





H 2 1/11/8', A 


9 


N W24 


S 2 12/06/8'. A 


7 


N L3B 


S 1 3/08/8', C 
H 2 5/20/8', a 


1 
14 


N 
N 


H 2 l2/05/8<. A 


13 


N 


H 2 './21/8'. B 
H 2 8/09/8'. B 
H 2 11/07/94 A 
H 2 11/08/3'. A 


I 

13 
15 


N 

N 
N 
N 


H 2 2/13/8'; A 
H 2 S/ao/R". A 
H 2 7/27/3'. A 


4 
4 
4 


L 
L 
L 


H 2 10/11/8', B 


1 


N A54 


H 2 9/12/8'. A 
H 2 11/28/8', A 


4 
4 


L 

L 


H 2 12/09/8'. 


12 


P U G7e 


H 2 lO/l'./B', E 


2 


P F 


H 3 2/08/8'. B 
S 2 2/03/8<. C 


1 

5 


N 

N 


S 2 l/O'./S', B 


1 


P F A15 


S 2 5/07/84 A 
S 2 5/28/34 A 
H 2 5/29/84 A 
H 2 6/02/94 A 
H 2 7/16/84 B 
H 2 9/23/84 B 
H 2 10/26/84 A 
H 2 11/20/84 B 
H 2 11/21/84 A 
H 2 11/23/84 A 
H 2 U/30/84 A 
H 2 12/03/84 A 


4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
12 
8 
4 
4 
4 
4 


E 

L 

L 

L 

P N 

P F 

P P 

N 

P L 

L 

L 

L 


H 2 2/15/64 A 


11 





H 2 8/01/84 B 


1 


N 


S 2 5/17/84 C 
H 2 12/20/84 8 


1 

7 


P F 

N 080 


H 2 8/21/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 10/21/84 A 


14 


N 


H 2 2/09/84 A 


4 


L 


H 2 1/05/84 
H 2 ' 5/02/84 C 
S 2 6/20/84 


1 
1 

2 


P N 

U 071 

N 



MO.NTHLY/ANNUAL 
l/ril/84 



INDEX 
U/31/H4 



PAGE "5 
1/14/S5 



MARYLAND'S P05S: TERRAPINS NO BUST WITHOUT 'BOOMER' 



PSPosiro, Jif (NCS" "^onnALLi 

E5P0SII0: PROVEN OUARTERBACl' A 
ESPOSITO HOPES HE CAN BENEFIT 

ESPOSITO. ZENIA SEXTON (NEW YORKl 1 

ESSEX, PAUL JR. (JIM HUNT'S STAFFl 
HUNT MAKES STAFF CHANGES 

FSTES, HARVEY OR. 

BUSINESS APPROACH URGED FOR PA 
ATTITUDES NEED TO CHANGE, DOCT 
TRANSPLANTATION: IS LIFE PRIC? 

eSTES, STEVEN (CONOVERI 

THREE CRITICAL AFTE5 DRINKING 
DOCTOR CALLS CHEMICAL MISTAKEN 
2 RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL AFTE! 

ESTES, WESLEY (OECEASEO) 

COLLISION ON N.C. 7'il KILLS 21 
WRECK CLAIMS LIFE OF DRIVER 

ESTILL, RORERT w. REV. 

EXECUTION SUPPORTERS, FOES PUT 
HOMECOMING SERVICES SET 

ETHERIDGE, BOBIY REP. (O-HARNETTI 
ETHERIOGE IN GOOD POSITIQ-* TO 

ETHEPIDGE, STEPHFN D. (PRISON ESCAP 
PRISONER LEAVES CREW 



I STATE 

FROM FIRST YEAR 



OECEASEOI 



TIENTS 

ORS TTLD 

LESS AND WORTH SAVING AT ANY COST 



LYE AT PARTY 
FOR WINE 'ONE OF WORST THINGS. 
SUFFERING LYE BURrMS 



■YEAR-OLD MAN 



HEAT ON HUNT 



BECOME BUDGET LEADER 
EEI 



ETHRIOGE, BRUCE IREP. I 

PHOSPHATE BILL HEADS FOR HOUS; 

ETHRIOGE, DAVIO 

MOTIVES FOR PROMOTION QUESTIOV 

FTTSON, WILLIE LEWIS 

MAN, WOMAN FATALLY STABBED 
WOMAN HELD IN MAN'S DEATH 
OBITUARY 

EUBANKS, CHARLES 

WOMAN RESISTS MAN WITH AIR GUM 

EUBANK5, ROBERT C. JR. (GREENSBORO! 
NAEGELE HELPED MANY 

EUBANKS, STEVEN 

TELEVISION, MICROWAVE OVEN S T3 
POLICE ARREST THREE ON BURGLA? 

EUBANKS, VELLA (OECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

EUDY, ARCH ERNEST (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

6UR6, ta;ewell 

TAZEWELL EURE PLANNING TO RETIf 
EURE, THAO 

EURF SEEKS I 3TH TERM 
PLANTS AZALEA 

RAMP RITE WILL ATTRACT POLITr 
JORDAN GETS NARROW LEAD UVER S 
bROOKS, BARNES MAY CONTINUE BA 
TAZEWELL EURE PLANNING To RFTt 
THAO EURE SUFFERING FROM BRONZ 
COUNCIL UF STATE POSTS ARE WOM 
OEMOCATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF 5 Te 



FLOOR - AND BITTER DEBATE 
ED 



LEN 

Y CHARGES 



EURE, THAO JP . 

POLITICAL ADVISERS: BUSINESS, 

FUROUHART, ROSS CARTER (OECEASEOJ 
OBITUARY 

EURY, STEPHANIE YVETTE (REIDSVILLEI 
COUPLE HELD IN SLAYING OF 92-Y 

EVANS, BETSY 

TOUR TO BLEND HISTORY, NEIGHB^B 

fV'^, aiLL (CRESAP, MCCORMICK AND 
PSO STUDY RESULTS MAY BE READY 

EVANS, BLANCHE "BUNNY" DR. (UNC-Gl 
IT'S TIME TO TUNE UP YOUR BODY 

EVANS, CLAUDE LEE (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

EVANS, CORA 

lOB-YFAO-OLO MOTHER OF 12 

NOW CAROLINA BALLROOM ACCESSI3 

EVANS, CORNELIUS ALEXANDER 
PRISON TERM SUSPENDED 

EVANS, ELI 

'HERITAGE' BEARS DURHAM MARKS 

^"'"^iJpfLIZABETH MOSELEY (OECEASEOI 

EVANS, GLENN CONWAY ( H I LL SSOOQUGH 1 

O^UG OPERATION NETS MORE ARRESl 
2 MORE HELD IN DRUG BUST ^ 

EVANS, GRACE 

LET THE VOTERS CHOOSE UTILITI' 

EVANS, HAROLD 

??iIi^Soy9y'"'"'-IST TO TEACH AT 
'FREE PRESS' TO BE TOPIC 
iX m^Ty"^""^"-'^^ "ILL SPEAK 
EDITOR TEACHING FAR FROM LONDO 
JOURNALISTS TO SPEAK AT UNC P' 
DUKE, UNC PROFESSORS ON TV SH] 



lANS 

TEWART 

TTLE FOR LABOR POST 

RE 

HITIS 

BY DEMOCRATS 
TE, JUDGESHIP RACES 

FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY. 



EAR-OLD MINISTER 



PAGETI 
EARLY 



LE TO EVERYONE 



S COMMISSIONERS 



DUKE 



TODAY 

N — BUT NOT CONTROVERSY 

ESS FORUM 

W 



N E 
P 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



DATE 
H 2 d/23/B<. I P N 



H ? 8/16/n', D 1 P U rsj 
S 2 a/2 9/8<> <, P N 



H 2 ',/I2/B<, 8 4 
H 2 5/01/8<. A 8 



S ? 6/l<./8<. C 1 N J56 

H 2 6/2l/8<. C 13 N R30 

H 2 U/U/S-i D 11 U 630 



H 2 11/26/94 A 1 
H 2 ll/27/B<. A 12 
H 2 12/26/8'. A 3 



H 2 10/lo/B'. A 1 P N 
S 2 10/19/8'. C 1 N 



N 
N 

J 

N 

N 046 

L 

N 
N 



S 2 3/13/8<. A 1 
H 2 10/13/8'. A 12 



S 2 7/0<)/8<i c 2 

H 1 7/12/8<. a 1 

H 2 6/20/n<. A 1 

S 2 3/15/8<. A <. 



H 2 4/08/8'. C I 
S 2 4/09/84 C I 
H 2 4/10/84 6 10 



H 2 6/27/B4 B 1 
H 2 11/28/84 A 4 



H 2 10/12/84 C 4 
S 2 10/12/84 A 5 



H 2 12/23/84 B 2 



H 2 12/18/84 C 
H 2 12/19/84 C 



H 2 5/15/64 A 



S 2 2/02/84 C 3 N 

S 2 3/09/84 C 6 P P 

H 2 4/20/"4 A 16 N 

H ? 5/09/84 All N 

H 2 5/10/84 All N 

H 2 5/15/84 A 7 N 

H 2 8/1 1/84 A 3 N 

H 2 11/07/84 A 13 N 

H 2 11/08/84 A 3 N 



H 2 5/20/54 B 14 N 

H 2 8/09/84 A 16 

H 2 9/23/84 B 9 N 

S 2 4/U/84 t) 1 P F J06 

S 2 10/13/84 A 3 N A47 

H 2 1/20/84 B 2 P F 

H 2 5/04/84 C 8 



H 2 5/13/84 E 9 P N 
H 2 12/04/84 A 6 P U 



H 2 2/28/84 B 14 
H 2 10/05/84 A i 
H 2 5/15/84 B 5 



N 

E 



N A54 
N 

4 L 

S 2 1/24/84 A 5 N 

H 2 1/26/84 C 6 N 

H 2 2/07/84 C 10 N 

H 2 2/12/84 B 1 P F W24 

S 1 ■ 3/08/84 C 1 N 

H 2 5/08/84 A 14 N 



M 2 3/08/84 B 1 
S 2 3/08/84 C 1 



H 2 4/11/84 A 



M0NTHLT/Ar4 



I N a e X 

W/31/S4 



NAMES 



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OAGc ''6 
1/1<./B5 



EVANSi IRIS P. 

SCHweiTZtl! PKIZE PROVIDED Bv EUHO 

EV«NS. JOHN (FOR-'cS AHERICAU TOBACCO CO. EXPLOYEEl 
FOLKS ABOUND HERE: LIFE IN DU'HAM 

FVAN^t JOHN WAYNE (60\E ■'ARRQi* TRANSPLANTS) 
2 TOODlERS LEAVE HOSPITAL FOR HOME 

FVANSt JCHNME (DURHAM CT. SCHnQLi VOC. EO.I 

PEARSnNT0WI4 PRINCIPAL RETIRIN:. AFTER 18 YEARS 
SEARCH FOR PRINCIPAL TO BEGIN 

EVANSi JONATHAN 

HF(.HS 'DISREGARDS' ENVIRONMENT 

TWO YOUNG PATIENTS AT DUKE TO BE RELEASED , ,„ , „,rT„.c 

SONE-SaRKDH transplant RECIPIENTS HILL BE AT HOME FOR CHRISTMAS 

FVANS. LENORA MARIE 

2 INJURED AS CAR CRASHES INTO TREE 
2 HURT IN CRASH 

EVANSi MICHAEL LSUIS , ^^, 

DURHAM MAN FACES SEX CHARGES 
SITTER ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING SIRLS 

EVANSi MOLLIE ILnUIS^URGI 

FRANKLIN CITIZEN HONORED 

EVANSi VANESSA ANN 

KCHAN liUILTY OF LOITERING 

EVANSi HANCA Gi 

MOST AREN'T GOOF-OFFS 

FVANS. ^IL?UR THOMAS SR . IDECEASEO) 
OeiTUARY 

'SUNSHINE ON A S<Y-3LUE JUNE DAY' 

^''^''^aEHARE"FRIOAY 13TH. IF YOU'RE SUPERSTITIOUS 

EVERETT, GLENN 3. REV. (EFLANO) 

THE VATICAN POLITICALLY IMPORTANT 

EvFRETT. J'J^IJ'?^ CIRCLE: SIX EARN OUTSTANDING -OMAN AWARDS 
CAPACIYAunlENCE TURNS OUT T3 HONOR WOMEN ACHIEVERS 
WOMEN OF ICHIEVFMENT: YWCA, E"PLQYERS SALUTE WORKING WOMEN 
OURHA^'S PE-'ARKABLE WOMEN 
DURHAM ATTORNEY TO OET UNC AWARD 
DURHAM LAWYER TO GET UNC ALUMNI AWARD 
HUNT SPEAKS AT UNC'S fllRTHOAY 

KATHRINE EVERETT WORTHY RECIPIENT OF UNC HONOR 
UNC CELEBRATES 191ST BIRTHDAY 

EVERFTTEi EDWARD lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

^"""'rCMMEL^^AT H0»E AND ABROAD THE LEGEND ENDURES 

FVERSi CRAIG (MECKLENBURG CO. 1 

DEPUTY ACOUITTED OF ASSAULT 

FWAYS, JOSEPH M, IFLA.) 

FLA. MAN BUYS ISLAND FOR II. 9S MILLION 

EwINGi JAMES C. ICHAPEL HILLI 
SATISFYING READING 

EHING. NFZZIE ElLERBE (OECEaSEOI 
OBITUARY 

EXUM. JAMES G. JR. (JUDGE! _ ^ ,„,^, 

U.S. PANEL TO STUDY DEATH PENALTY COSTS ,,„. „^.,t 
JURISTS STUDY COSTS OF DEATH PENALTY VS. IMPRISONMENT 

FZRAHii YARON DR. 

OUKE Aors TWO VISITING PROFESSORS 

FADLEYi DEAN DR. CJNC-GI 

TRIAL FEATURES F I Sri SANDWICH 

PAGAN, BESSIE 
OBITUARY 

FAHRNE^i LESTER J. DR. 

EVEN THE BEST GOLT CAN LEAVE SMUDGES 

FAINESi ^AMU^L (MinoLcBUR&l 

SiDOLEBURG MAN ARRESTED ON MA-ISLAUGHTER CHARGE 

FAIRCLOTH,^0.^M.^"LAliCH"^^ FILE FOR GUBERNATORIAL RACE 
CONSOLIDATION OF CASES SOUGHT 
BAILEY: CAMPAIGN FUND LIMITS NOT LEGAL 
JUJGE OECLA°ES ELECTIONS SPENDING LAW NOT VALID 
F410CLOTH TAPS 2 FOR CAMPAIGN 
POPF, BELL HEAD CAMPAIGN 
BAILEY PULING NOT HURTING CAMPAIGNS 
THE POINT IS... 

FAIRCLO'-H CITES JOBS AS PRIORITY „„.,^., 
FilPCLOTH TAPS CATESi MORGAN = OR CAMPAIGN 
CANDIDATES SPAR LIGHTLY FOR NT rf 
FAIflCLOTH SAYS GOVERNMENT GROWTH COSTLY 
CANOIHATE WAfUS TO null 

FAIRCLOTH WOULD CURB TaxES. GOVERNMENT 
FAIRCLOTH PUSHING JOBS, EDUCATION 
STOP GOVERNMENT GROWTH 
FAIRCLOTH CALLS ATTACKS 'SLEAZY' 

GROWTH NEED NOT MEAN CHAOS ^ „ „^,„„,> 

LIE-OETFCTOR TESTS PLANNED TO FIND WHO TOOK RECORD 
FAIRCLOTH SAYS HIS BUSINESS EXPERIENCE «OULP HELP N.C. 
FIND THE RECORDS THIEF WITHOUT LIE OcTECTORS 

HUNrHALTS^LU-OETECIOR TESTS OF STATE fJl-OYEES ,r.,,„„^, 
ELDERLY WOMAN CONCERNED THAT 3 HV WILL LEAK HER AGE (CARTOCNI 

IdmISTEN FXPECTS^BIG BATTLE F3 R GUBERNATORIAL NOMINATION 
LAUCH FAIRCLOTH TO OPEN DURHA1 OFFICE NEXT WEEK 

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES make STRATEGY ADJUSTMENTS 



H 2 1/23/84 A 5 L 
H 2 5/22/84 C I U 
H 2 12/20/n<. B I P N 



H 2 4/17/84 A 13 N W24 
S 2 4/17/84 C 1 N COS 



11/02/84 A 
12/10/84 a 
12/19/84 A 



10/28/84 
10/29/84 



S 2 4/05/84 C 1 
H 2 4/06/84 B I 



N 



H 1 2/23/84 B 1 N 

H 2 2/23/84 A 13 N Sa2 

H 2 12/28/84 A 4 L 

H 2 12/02/84 B 2 

S 2 3/23/84 3 1 G 

S 2 4/13/94 A IDF J56 

H 2 1/07/84 A 4 L 



H 2 2/24/94 E I P F H45 

H 2 3/15/84 C 2 P F H45 

S 2 3/15/84 A 6 P F J05 

H 2 3/17/64 A 4 E 

S 2 10/04/84 A 1 P N 

H 2 10/05/84 A 1 P N 

S 2 l0/l2/''4 A 1 N 346 

S 2 10/12/84 A 4 E 

H 2 10/13/34 B 1 P N B46 



H 2 4/26/84 A 13 

H 2 10/14/84 D 1 P F G09 

H 2 3/02/84 C 14 N 

H 2 1/15/84 3 1 N 

H 2 11/28/84 A 4 L 

H 2 5/14/84 B 6 



H 2 11/26/84 B 1 
S 2 11/26/84 A 20 



H 2 8/17/84 A 16 N 080 

H 2 3/30/84 S 1 N 

H 2 5/27/84 B 2 

H 2 10/28/84 B 1 N B30 

H 1 5/16/84 C 1 N 



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INDEX 



FalJCLOTH PBQPOSES CH4NGES TN STATE'S VOCATIONAL TRAINING 

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIOATES OIFFtR ON SO'»E CIkINAL JUSTICE ISSUES 

REPORT SAYS HUNT HAS RAISED ALMOST «J MILLION IN CAMPAIGN 

FAIRCLOTH FEELS CONFIDENT ABOUT POSITION 

KISSINGER GIVES HELMS LUKEWAR1 ENDORSEMENT 

THE UUIET DEMOCRATS 

GREEN PROPOSES CREATION OF "^XPORT TRADE 

GUUERMATGR lAL CAMPAIGN SP^NDIVG TOPS $5.7 MILLION 

EOMISTEH URGES VOTES AS 'MOUNTAIN GOVERNOR' 

CANHIDATES RACK RCPEAL OF HAR?ISON AMENDMENT 

CANDinATES VOW ACTION ON ECONTMY, EDUCATION 

FAIRCLOTH STRESSES ECONOMIC PLAN 

CANDIDATES' HOPES HIGH IN LAST -MINUTE BIDS 

GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFULS MAKE STOPS AT RDU 

CANDIDATES TRY LAST-MINUTE CAMPAIGNS 

IPcJIISt''„J!:i°'' 1UTRUN pack: FJIRCLOTH 3R0: MARTIN EASY GOP VICTORY 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FOR GOVERNOR 

JACKSON THE JINNER IN DURHAM 

6DMISTEN, KNOX ALREADY fxChANIING ACCUSATIONS 

GREEN FIRST TO HAND OUT ENDORSEMENT 

FAIRCLOTH ENDORSES EDMISTEN; GILMORE BACKS KNOX 

EOMISTEN CITES 'UNITY RALLY' 

FAIRCLUTH SPENT MORF THAN tl.9 MILLION IN CAMPAIGN 

CANDIDATES SPEND MILLIONS 

POLITICIANS 00 THE OARNDEST THINGS 

KNOX, FAIRCLOTH SPENT i! MILLION-PLUS 

MARTIN MAKES SURPRISE APPEARA>ICE AT MEETING 

1^!'?^;^ GREEN NAMED MARTIN'S T0» LOBBYIST, ADVISORY PANEL HEAD 

FAIRCLOTH DECLINES MARTIN APPOINTMENT 

^tn2£!=SI'?.''H'^IlLy'??y MARTIN P:)ST, DENIES PRESSURE FROM DEMOCRATS 

'TURNCOAT' DtMOCRATS FOLLOW HIGHER LOYALTY 

A DEMOCRAT WAFFLES 

WORK FOR GUP BOSS WILL "UIN GlEEN - JORDAN 

A SLUR MISOUIPED 

DEMOCRATS COMPLAIN MARTIN IS TOO NICE 

FAIRCLOTH, JEFFRE,' (SAMPSON CO.l 

MAN TO GET KIDNEY FROM SISTER 

FAIRCLOTH, WILLIAM JAMFS IHir.H POIVTl 
HIGH POINT MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

FAIRLEY, JULIA A. 

CITY SCHOOLS FILL 3 SLOTS 
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NAMED FOR CHHS 

FAISON, STAN 

BUCKING THE ODDS 

FALK, MICHAEL (GREENSBOROI 

JUDGE ORDERS WATER SERVICE RESTORED 

FALK, RUTH ICHAPEL HILLl 

ANY RELIGION PREACHING LOVE ACCEPTABLE 

FALLETTA, JOHN 

DUKE PROFESSOR TO BE ON 'TODAY' 

DUKE UNIVERSITY DOCTOR TO BE ON TELEVISION SHOW 

FALLS, CHARLIE WILLIAM SR. lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FALWELL, JERPY REV. 

REV. FALwELL WOULD OPPOSE LIGHTNING RODS 

HELMS HEARS 'HOW GREAT THOU A» T ' SERMON 

GOOD POLITICS, BAD THEOLOGY 

FALWELL'S PHARISEES CLOUD '8<. ELECTION 

ALL IS NOT HELL 

FALWELL'S THEOLOGY FLAWED 

FALWELL SAYS CHURCHES MUST HELP MOTHERS 

cJib'''^ht,= ui'^v,^S^5'2SS -'^5SE HELMS A NATIONAL TREASURE 

5£1;,.r^lk"5„«iKES SURPRISE APP=ARANCE IN TRIAL OF 'HUSTLER' SUIT... 

^^y.^I'-^" r'^"^'-'5"6'< SAYS HE EXPECTS TO LOSE SUIT iUll... 

'^.'r.lJl IfA '° PARODY DESIGNED TO PROVOKE CHUCKLE 

FL?Sf T^^oh^r/ll^r.'ilulirtVxs'-.^'llo''' '" ""'''"^ 'HUSTLER' SUIT 

FANJUL. STEPHANIE lOAY-CARE CONSULTANT) 
DAY-CARE CENTERS SCARCE 

FARB, ROBERT L. (INSTITUTE OF GOV.. UNCI 

UNC AUTHORITY SAYS 'CITIZEN'S ARREST' COULD PUT CITIZEN BEHIND BARS 

FAPGtS, JENNIE (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FARIBAULT, WALTER JR. ( H ILL SPOROUG-( I 
FARIBAULT FILES FOR ORANGE SEAT 
FARIBAULT SEEKS RE-ELFCTIDN 
INCUMBENTS BATTLE CHALLENGERS 
*-3 SCHOOL BOARD SPLIT CONCERNS CHALLENGERS 

H"A5"SN'-SCHS0L'B0iR0 ""°°' ""° "'"■ '""° "*^ '=^^" 
MRS. HAAS EXPECTS SCHOOL CHANGES 

FARLOW, TONY JAMES 

MOTHER BRINGS DAUGHTER TOGETHER WITH MAILMAN 

FARMER, JA^IICE MARIE I THOMA SV I L LE I 

MAN SENTENCED TO 100 YEARS F0> TWO SLAYINGS 

FARMER, JIMMY LEE ( THOMAS V I LL E ) 

MAN SENTENCED TO 100 YEARS FO! TWO SLAYINGS 

'"'"MER, THEODORE ROOSEVELT (DECEASEDI 

FARR, JAMIE (ACTDRI 

CELEBRITIES SHINE TO HELP CHILDREN 
CLASSICAL SMILES FOR MONDAY 
WHERE'O IT GO? 

FARRAKHAM, LOUIS 

HATRED ALIEN TO MUSLIM FAITH 
OPPORTUNITY FOR STATESMANSHIP 

FARRAR, ELVIRA F. (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARIES 

FARRAR, JUDITH (DECEASEDI 

OBITUAr""""' ""^"^ MEDICAL LIBRARIAN 

FARRAR, REGINALD ALAN ICHAPEL HILLl 
TEEN CHARGED WITH POINTING GU'J 
GUN CHARGE LODGED 



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H 2 1/07/84 A 8 N 
H 2 1/27/84 A 7 N 



S 1 7/24/84 C I N C05 
H 3 10/03/84 C 1 N 



H 2 2/27/84 B 2 P N C36 



H 2 1/07/84 A 1 



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H 2 3/31/84 A 



2 12/20/84 C 10 N 
2 12/21/84 A U N 



H 2 11/18/84 D 



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S 2 U/01/84 C 1 N C60 
H 2 7/27/84 A 6 N U80 



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1/12/84 


A 


1 1 


N 


846 


3 


1/13/84 


H 


1 


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2 


5/05/84 


A 


1 1 


N 


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2 


5/06/84 


n 


3 


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3 


5/00/84 


r 


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A 


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3 


5/10/84 


B 


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H 2 5/27/84 E 2 P F S56 

H 2 8/18/84 A 11 N 

H 2 8/18/84 A 11 N 

H 2 6/07/84 C 15 



H 2 5/20/84 A I P F W66 
H 2 5/21/84 B 1 P P K30 
S 2 5/21/84 A 3 P P K30 



S 2 4/18/84 A 4 
H 2 5/05/84 A 4 



H 2 0/25/84 B 7 



H 2 6/05/84 B 8 
H 2 6/10/84 A ID 



H 3 ■ 7/27/84 8 1 
S 2 7/28/84 A 16 



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4NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/S4 - 12/31/fl* 



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P40E '3 
1/14/85 



5 I T 

6 L r 

C PG L P BYL 



FAPRELLi OLIVE GOODWIN lOECE'SEOI 
OBITUARY 

F4RRELL. PATRICK 0. lOECEASEO MAP PJ = I 
MARINE DIES IN HOUSE PIPE 

FAPRELLi STSPHE-i KENT laURLINCTONl lOECEASEDl 
TEEN-AGER FATALLY SHOT 

FARRINGTONi DOHAN MASON iDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

PARRINGTdN. E0H4PD 

MAN SHOT IN LEG 

FARRINGTON. GERALD LEE ICHAPEL HIL'-l 
BREAK-IN CHARr.EO 

FARRINGTON. JERRY LEE ICARR8CR01 

MAN SHOT IN HEAD AFTER DISAGREEMENT 
MAN SURVIVES SHOT; ANOTHER IS CHARGED 

FARRINGTONi MAGGIE ICHAPEL HILLI 

WOMAN'S HAND Cut 

FARRINGTON. "ARK rtAYNE 

CAR PASSING IN THE TARK HAD STRANGE CARGO: A SAFE 

FARRINGTON. HILLIE ICHAPEL HlLLl IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FARRINGTON. HILLIS SINCLAIR IDECEaSEDI 
OBITUARY 

FARRIS. JACK B. JR. "AJ. GEN. . , , 

OUR MAN IN GRFNAOA: MAJOR GEfE RAL JACK B. FARRIS JR. 
general: GRENADA CHILDREN HAD PARENTS JAILED 

FARTHING. GAYNELLE TEER lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FABTHIVG. ". P- 

OLO PEOPLE NEED DRIVING PRIVILEGES 

FARTHING. MILLIA" LEA IDECEASEII . , _ 

FARTHING. DURHAM AUCTIONEER FDR 53 YcARS, DIES AT 94 

FARTHING. WILLIE LEE 

•I GUFSS I'VE SOLO AbOUT EVERYTHING' 

FAUCETTE, HE'lRY EUGENE CEFLANDI lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FAUCETTE. PAUL T. 
OBITUARY 

FAUCETTE. WILLIAM HARDY IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FAULK. A. LINCOLN ILILLINGTONI 

WHO'S BETTER OFF? MAINLY THE RICH 

FAULK. GEORGE (PLEASANT GARDEN) 
TALK ABOUT ENVIRONMENT 

F4ULKENBURY. OOTT lARTHRITIS SOPPORT GROUP LFAOER I 

GROUP OFFERS ARTHRITIS PATIENTS SUPPORT, SHARING 

FAULKNER. CECIL U. IHENDERSONI 
WHO'LL PAY NEW TAXES 

FAULKNER. CHARLES DONALD I H ILLSB0R3UGH 1 
2 MEN INDICTED IN DRUG CASE 
2 HELD ON DRUG CHARGES 
MAN IS SHOT 
HOPE MILLS MAN SHOT IN CHEEK 

FAULKNER. LINDA HIBBERD IHENDERSONI IDECEASED) 
WRECK INJURIES FATAL TO MRS. FAULKNER 

FAULKNER. RALPH 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

FAULKNER. SARAH SEWELL IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

FAW. GARLAND REV. IRHWAN CO . I 

MINISTER NEEoS SI MILLION FOR TV STATION 

= AWCETT. GEORGE D. ILINCriLNTONI 
UFO INFORMATION AVAILABLE 

FAY. JENNIFER 

I LEARNED TO "^AY NO 

WHO IS THE Child molester? 

FEARING. FRANCIS VESPE" IKNIGHTDALEI 

JUDGE: HEARSAY EVIDENCE ALLOWED IN ABUSE CASES 

FEARRINGTON. NORMAN S. 
FORGERY CHARGED 
FCRGERY CHARGE FILED 

FE4STER. RODNEY EUGENE 

TWO YOUTHS CHARGED WITH BREAK- IN 

FEASTE'. RONNIE 0. (CHAPEL HILLI 
MAN CUT WITH RAZOR 

FEATHE'STON. AL 

SOME SPORTS WRITERS LACK CLASS 

FEOYSCHYN, GARY MJCHAEL ILAKEWOOC. COLO.) 
MOTORCYCLIST FACES -(ULTIPLE CHARGES 

FEOYSHYN. JAMES CR»IJ 

PUBLIC SAFETY WORKER CHARGED 
HAN CONVICTED IN PEEPING CASE 

FEENEY. CHARLES J. 

WE NEED A COURSE 



H 2 12/15/64 A 14 

S 2 2/13/84 C 2 N 

H 2 11/23/84 BIN 

H 2 3/30/H4 8 

H 2 6/l'5/54 C 1 N 

H 3 7/20/84 B 1 N 

S 2 12/03/84 A 3 N 

H 3 12/04/84 B 1 N 

H 3 7/03/84 BIN 

H 2 10/23/94 CI N M51 

H 2 12/04/94 B 12 

H 2 12/25/84 C B 

H 2 3/04/94 1 P F GDI 
H 2 10/10/84 B 1 P N G0<) 

H 2 4/D<>/94 P 6 

H 2 7/25/84 A 4 L 

H 2 S/02/''4 C 5 P 

H 2 4/01/84 E 1 P U H49 

H 2 10/05/84 C 8 

H 2 3/30/34 ceo 

H 2 5/31/84 A 18 

H 2 3/10/84 A 4 L 

H 2 10/02/84 A 4 L 

S 2 9/19/84 B IFF J06 

H 2 10/26/94 A 4 L 

H 2 6/07/84 E 1 N 

S 2 6/07/94 CBN 

S 2 7/16/84 c 1 N 

H 3 7/17/84, B 1 N 

H 2 12/06/94 A 24 

H 2 3/09/84 B 1 U 

H 2 12/18/84 C 4 

S 2 2/29/84 B 6 N 

H 2 9/03/R4 A 4 L 

S 2 10/17/94 B I F J06 
S 2 10/17/84 6 1 F J06 

S 2 9/04/94 A ION 

S 2 6/15/84 A 5 N 
S 1 5/15/94 C 1 N 

H 2 5/08/84 A 15 N 

S 2 11/05/84 C 1 N 

H 2 2/01/84 A 4 L 

H 2 9/03/84 A 9 N 



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IN NEWSPEAK 



FEHSENFELD. "ARTY ICHAPEL HILLI 
REAGAN'S RESPONSIBILITY 



FEINBERY. MARILYN 



H 2 4/06/84 A 4 
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Index 

12/31/fli, 



ASSISTANT MINISTER MAWEO AT DJKE 

''ERRELU EnolE LEE ICHARLOTTEP lOECEASEOI 
UP 1 I UA K Y 

''^'"'^'^t,•T,^!^tJ^ MARKHAH lOECEASEDI 

'"""^aBiTuAjr'-'-^ "• '""""OROi 

""'""oBITdARv'^ ""^ (HILLSBOROUGH) lOECEASEDI 
"^ESRELL. N9LLI6 LLOYD (DECEASED) 

FERRELL. RICK (FQRMgR BASEBALL PLAYER! 
DURHAM NATIVE VOTED TO HALL 
REESE. FERRELL JOIN SHRINE 

LITTLE RICK FERRELL WAS A 'TEACHER'S PET- 
FERRELL IS DURHAM NATIVE 

FERRELL. RONNIE 

...THE LURE OF THE RING STILL BECKONS 

FERRELL, STEVE K. (BURLINOTONI {nE'EASEOI 
MAN OROEkEO to UNDERGO tests 

FERRELL. TOM 

PANEL NAMED TO HIRE PUBLIC SAFETY STUDY FIRM 
FERRFLL. WILLIAM ERVIN 

HE ADMITS: "I HAS HUNTING A WIFE' 

FERRER. LUI S FELI PE 

OUKE SETTLES MALPRACTICE SUIT IN STUDENT"; CAli 

DUKE RESIDENCY TRAINING BLAMED IN STOoE^T'sSEkTH 
FESPERMAN, FORREST 

HOUSE HEAVILY DAMAGED BY FIRE 

FETZER. JIM (VINTNFR1 

TAR HEELS ARE DRINKING MORE WINE NOWADAYS 
FEW, SHIRLEY 

ioll J9"'*f"- ""EAR GOAL OF (170,000 

ARTS COUNCIL NEARS GOAL 

FIE, FLOYD (HAYWOOD CO. I 

MISTRIAL ENDS WAYNESVILLE MURDER TRIAL 

Z MEN CONVICTED, SENTENCED IN DEATH OF SECURITY GUARD 
FIELD, TED (FREDERICK W.I ILOS ANGFLES) 

NEW TOWN BUILDERS LONG ON RES:URCES 
FIELDS, BILL 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
FIELDS. FARL 

MARYLAND AVE. RESIDENTS SEEK 'EZONING 

RS'?SNrN"ss"E'asEi]^^?s^gENyp °^ "'^-^"-^ 

FIELDS, HAZEL DEATON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

FIELDS. KAY (GUILFORD CO. I 

TWO LEADERS OF YQUTH FARM ARE NAMFQ IN SEX CHiarfK 
NO PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND IN GUILFORD SEX CHARGE 

FINCH, CHAPLESIN.C. DEAF-BLIND ASSOCIATES! 
GIFT BOOSTS OEAF-BLIND GROUP 

''"'"oBITUaIy'- •"'• 'DECEASED! 

FINCH, THOMAS AUSTIN (DECEASED! 

T.A. FINCH JR., EX-OUKE TRUSTEE 
FINCH, TINA 

BORED, SHE TRIED SALES.. .S2 MILLION WORTH 
FINE, MARY (HILLSaOROUGHI 

IN THE EYE OF THE storm: HAVIMG SURVIVED 3 TORNADOS, KANSAS NATIVE... 
FINGER. PAUL A. JR. ISALIS8URYI 

BAD SPORTSMANSHIP '-"'^" t 

FINKD, DAVID (MUSICIAN) 

RUSSIAN'S MUSIC PART OF PROGRAM 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 
FINN, WILLIAM DR. 

ANTI-REJtCriON DRUG AVAILABILITY URGED BY DOCTOR 
FINNEY. CAROLYN MARIE 

S°VI? '^"J"^^ STANCE CLOSES ACCOUNT 

LET'S HAVE FIVE DEBATES 

FINNEY. GEORGE R. JR. (CHESAPEAKE. VA I 

MAN CHARGED IN DEATh'=^F ALLEGE OCIDRN THIEF 
FINTALL. TYRONE DELAINE 

BONDSMAN, DEFENDANT IN SCUFFLE 

''''^CIH^^E""5°^"°skR8^^^"''''''' 

UNC GIVES FISCHERS 198<, JEFFERSON AWARD 
FISCHER, MARIE 

CHAPEL HILL'S CATERING COMPANY BEGAN JUST AS 'FAVOR TO FRIENDS' 
FISCHER. NEWTON 0. I UNC SCHOOL OF "EIICINFI 

f,Sr!=f iV^ JEFFERSON AwiRO '^-'CINE! 

UNC GIVES FISCHERS 193<, JEFFE1S0N AWARD 
FISHER, ADA M. OR. (JOHN UMSTEAD HOSPITAI I 

DURHAM PHYSICIAN NAMED ' OlJrST. nSing'" ioMAN' 
FISHER, ORIAM 

A SAVANNAH DETOUR 

YANKEES ACilUIRE HENDERSON RIGHTS, EX-BULL FISHER 



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BYL 


H 


2 


5/13/R<. 


A 


10 




N 




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2 


9/20/84 


c 


12 









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2 


9/08/84 


B 


6 









H 


2 


8/09/84 


A 


1% 









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2 


2/21/34 


B 


7 









H 


2 


2/22/84 


a 


7 









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2 

2 
2 


3/05/84 
3/05/84 
3/18/S4 
a/23/34 




B 

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P 


N 
N 

U 

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H 2 1/03/84 B 6 P F C3ft 

H 1 11/28/84 B 1 N 

S 2 5/28/84 C 1 N K90 

H 2 12/16/84 E 2 P F C48 



H 2 10/10/84 a 1 N 582 
H 2 10/11/84 8 1 N III 



H 2 12/27/34 a 1 N A54 
H 2 6/14/84 C 1 P F H45 



H 2 5/0S/84 A 14 N W66 
S 2 5/08/84 A 6 N 



H 2 8/23/»4 C 8 
H 2 8/31/84 A 19 



N 



H 2 8/19/84 A 1 F L41 
H 2 4/11/84 C 1 U 



S 2 10/02/94 C 1 N M69 
S 2 10/03/84 CI N M69 
S 2 11/07/84 CI N M69 



H 2 12/02/84 8 2 
H 2 4/27/84 A 12 



H 2 10/06/84 A 14 N 
H 2 12/07/84 A 14 N 



S 2 12/18/84 A 4 L 

H 2 8/30/84 A 20 

H 2 3/28/84 a 5 

H 2 3/26/84 B 1 P G L 30 

H 2 4/29/84 D 1 P F C19 

H 2 2/21/34 A 4 L 



H 2 2/03/84 8 5 N 
H 2 2/03/84 D 6 P N 



H 2 7/21/84 C 1 



H 2 6/30/94 A 4 L 

H 2 8/23/94 A 4 L 



H 2 8/31/84 A 18 
S 2 10/23/84 C I 



S 2 4/27/94 All N 

H 2 5/03/84 8 4 P N 



H 2 9/23/84 D 10 P F L4 1 



S 2 4/27/84 A II N 
H 2 5/03/94 8 4 P N 



S 2 12/27/84 A 6 P N 

H 2 ■4/02/94 B 2 P G H71 
H 2 12/06/84 DIN 



MONTHLY/A 



THt aerTER to heap, and speak 



N N U A L 
1/01/84 



NAMES 



FEINGLOS. "ARK N. OR. 

OUKE SCIENTISTS PARTICIPATING IN WORLOHlOE 0IA8ETES STUDY 

EELDER. NATHANIEL OR. 

mOPCE SCHOOLS BACKED SOLIDLY 
SURVEY: TEACHERS SUPPORT SUIT; 



H TO MIDDLE SCHOOLS 



FELOSTEIN, MARTIN 

LESSONS FRO'' THE FELDSTEIN SAGA 
FELDSTEIN'S EXPERTISE. EXPERIENCE RESPECTED 

FELLINI. FEOERICO 

COHIC-TPAGIC MIXING MARKS FELLINI PICTURE 

FELTS. DAVID T. IN. UILKESCORO POLIC: CHIEFI 

VOIDED TICKETS HAVE POLICE CHIEF IN LEGAL WRANGLE 

FENNER. JEANNE (REP. I 
YES. ..LOTTERY... 
MORE OPINIONS ON GAMBLING 
FOUR DEMOCRATS JIN NOMINATION TO STATE HOUSE 

FERGUSON. ROB (DURHAM EMPLOY, i; TRAINING OFFICE) 
FERGUSON NEW LEADER OF JOB TRAINING OFFICE 

FERGUSON. Inez 

COUPLE FIND LOVE SECOND TIME AROUND 



PAGE Ol 
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H 2 l/l^/B". A 



1/21/8'. C 
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7/24/8« A 



N C05 
N W21 



H 2 8/17/8'. D 



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2 10/11/8'. A 4 
2 12/19/8'. A 3 



S 2 7/23/8'. A 1 



H 2 2/12/8'. B 2 P F J<.0 



RECEIVING FLOWERS" 



FERGUSON. KATHY (HOME ECONOMIST! 

AMERICAN VILLAGE NEIGHBORS HAVE THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT 

FERGUSON. TU" OR. 

DOCTORS NOT SOLE GUARANTOR 
PATIENT'S 'SEAT OF POWER' 

FEPNAN0E2. rtlLHEUMENIA (SOPRANOI 

CONCERT SCHEDULED TO HONOR MRS. PRATT 

'DIVA' STArt TO SING AT OUKE 

SINGER "WANTED TO BF ON STAGE IN LONG GOWN, 

HIGH MOTE EVENT 

FERNANDEZ RECITAL HONORS PRATT 

FERRARO, GERALOINE (MONOALE'S RUNNING MATE) 

TRIANGLE POLITICAL WATCHERS FA VPR FERRARO ON TICKET 

TAR HEELS PRAISE MONUALE'S CHOICE 

HIS-hER TICKET TRUE TO FORM F3 R MONOALE 

MOST PEOPLE SURVEYED GIVE OK = OR FERRARO 

MONDALfS CHOICE BOLD. BUT WOM • T ASSURE VICTORY 

...LAST THING. ..FOR WOMEN WAS THE SUSAN B. ANTHONY DOLLAR (CARTOON! 

MS. F'^RRARG IS MONOALE'S TRUM' CARD 

MONDALc SEED'S TO LACK APPETIT= TO SEAT REAGAN 

FOR TOUGH DECISIONS. MONOALE IS A WAFFLER 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 

GENDER GAFFE AND IDEA THEFT 

THE CAMPAIGN SAINTS 

ELMNS SAYS CONVENTION EXCITED 

GENDER NOT MAIN ISSUE 

NATiaN"S VICE PRESIDENCY SHOULD NOT BE BELITTLED 

MS. FEHPARO'S CAMPAIGN HELP SOUGHT 

FFRRARO REVERSES STAND. NOW BACKS LEAF PROGRAM 

FERRARO ON PHONE TO MONOALE. 3ISMISSING MISS AMERICA SCANDAL (CARTOON) 

MINUS THE RHETORIC. DEMO TICKET A LAUGH 

INSIDE • 

QUALIFICATIONS "ORE IMPORTANT THAN SEX 

THE HIS/HERS DILEMMA 

FFRRARO C ZACCaRO - THEY BARE ALL !.. .CENSORED " (CARTOON) 

UNBIASED INVESTIGATION IS DUE 

MR. MONDALc LOSING GROUND 

MS. FERRARO'S PROBLEMS NOT OV: R 

RADICAL VIEWS AMKE MS. FERRARI POOR CHOICE 

NOOSE oFING TOSSED OVER 2ACCA»a'S BUSINESS SIGN (CARTOON) 

FEROARO FINANCES: SHE'S NOT 0= F THE HOOK 

FERRARO ERRS ON NAME 

HEROINE WORSHIP TROUBLING 

MR, BUSH'S S.JIDE REMARK 

RUBES ON PRESS R UW 

AN INSULT TO INTELLIGENCE 

FFROARO FREE TO CHOOSE NAME 

FERRARO VISIT TO STATE IS EXPECTED 

GERALOINE FERRARO BRIGHT, 

MS. FERPARO NO EXTREMIST 

NEW YORK JUDGE WAS WRONG 

FERRARO QUESTIONS REMAIN 

FERRARO'S DILEMMA 

YOUNG ZACCARO STUMPS FOR MOTHER . 

FERRA'O TO VISIT N.C. 

FERRARO TO VISIT N.C. ON OCT. 1 

MORGAN PREDICTS FFRRARO VISIT WILL BOOST DEMOCRATIC TICKET 

ABORTION ISSUE OVERBLOWN 

WOHEN'S CAUCUS BACKS MONOALE-F ERRARO TICKET 

REAGAN TO CAMPAIGN IN N.C. 

PARTY HOPES FFRRARO VISIT WIL- STIR CAMPAIGN INTEREST 

STUDENTS TO MARCH FOR CANDIDATE 

LEADERS THINK FFRRARO VISIT WILL BOOST TICKET 

FERRARO LASHES GOP WITH B I TI N'j HUMOR 

FERRARO PLANS VALVANO COM£BAC< 

CROWDS BACK, PROTEST VISIT BY FFRRARO 

HUNT TV ADS RENEW ASSAULT ON HELMS AS CLOSET OPPONENT OF SOCIAL,.. 

FUNNY. BUT CAN SHE RULE' 

DEMOCRATS G=T 1102, 000 FROM MS. FERRARO'S VISIT 

FERRARO PROBE UNFAIR 

FERRARO ANO BUSH DRESSED IN BARRELS "COMPLIMENTS OF THE IRS" (CARTOON) 

VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE SHOULD BE MUCH LIVELIER 

SCORE ONE FOR MS. FERRARO 

IN [>E"QCRACY, PEOPLE ARE FuLE'S 

ROOSEVELT, =ERRARO WOULD BE COMPATIBLE 

euSH-FERRAKO DERATE PROVOKES TESTY EXCHANGES 

NO SEAT FOR ZACCARO 

TRIANGLE QdSEPVFRS THINK FERRARO EMERGED WINNER 

N.C. PARTISANS ARGUE ON REAGAN'S AGE, WHO WON IN VP DEBATE 

EVEN WITH GAFFES, DEBATE WAS HELPFUL 

DEBATES, ".(.P., GAVE US MOSTLY THEATRICS 

MORE CAMPAIGN GARBAGE 

FAMILY ISSUE A NON-STORY 

PRO-ARORTION TEAM 

MONOALE. FERRARO WIN BY LANDSLIDE - AT CITY SCHOOL 

DURHAM BUCKS TRENO, VOTES FOR DEMOCRATS 

TWO-PARTY WOMEN 

HOUSE ETHICS COMMITTEE WRONG ON TWO COUNTS 

FERREE, NANCY REV. IDUKE UNIV. ASSISTANT MINISTER) 



H 2 9/28/8'. B 2 P N J50 



H 2 12/16/3'. E 12 P F 078 



EXPERIENCED 



S 2 
H 2 



6/18/ni, C 
6/2'./8'. B 



N J56 
N 830 



H 2 9/06/8<. A 1<. N 080 

S 2 9/06/8'. 9 N neO 

H 2 9/27/8'. B 1 P F W66 

S 2 9/29/"'. A 22 P P K30 

S 2 10/02/8'. B 6 R 



S 2 


7/12/8'. 


A 


1 P 


N 




H 2 


7/13/8<. 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


7/13/8'. 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


7/13/»<. 


A 


1 P 


N 


S80 


S 2 


7/13/R<. 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/15/n<. 


A 


4 T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


7/15/84 


A 


4 


U 




H 2 


7/16/8'. 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/17/9<, 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/17/8'. 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/18/8'. 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/18/8'. 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


7/l9/o<. 


A 


1 


N 


COS 


S 2 


7/21/fl<. 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/23/8*. 


A 


4 


E 




H 1 


7/2'./8'. 


3 


1 o 


N 




S 2 


7/25/8'. 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


7/26/ = <, 


A 


4 T 


T 


R56 


S 2 


7/27/8'. 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


7/28/8'. 


A 


3 


U 


T30 


H 2 


7/31/8<. 


A 


4 


U 


G33 


H 2 


8/15/R<. 


A 


4 


p 




H 2 


8/16/8'. 


A 


4 T 


f 


R56 


H 2 


3/19/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


3/20/84 


A 


4 


F 




H 2 


3/22/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


8/22/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


8/23/84 


A 


4 T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


3/23/84 


A 


5 


U 




S 2 


8/24/84 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


8/25/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


8/28/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


3/26/84 





5 


U 


A20 


H 2 


8/29/84 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


8/30/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


9/02/84 


C 


6 


N 




H 2 


9/03/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


9/03/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


9/I0/R4 


A 


4 


L 




H ' 


9/1 1/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


9/14/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


9/16/84 


A 


12 


N 




S 2 


9/13/84 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/19/34 


A 


9 


N 




S 2 


9/19/84 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


9/23/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


9/24/84 


H 


6 


N 




S 2 


9/27/84 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/30/84 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


10/01/84 


8 


7 


N 




S 2 


10/01/84 


A 


6 


N 




H 2 


10/02/84 


A 


1 P 


N 


046 


S 2 


10/02/84 


A 


1 P 


N 


L33 


S 2 


10/02/84 


B 


8 P 


N 




H 2 


10/03/84 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


10/04/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 3 


10/04/84 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


10/04/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


lQ/lO/34 


A 


4 T 


T 


L51 


H 2 


10/11/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


10/11/84 


A 


4 


c 




H 2 


10/1 /84 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


10/1 1/84 


a 


I 


N 


M69 


H 2 


10/1 2/84 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


lO/lJ/84 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


10/12/84 


A 


1 P 


N 


J56 


H 2 


10/13/84 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


10/14/84 





4 


F 




H 2 


10/17/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


10/23/84 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


10/24/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


11/01/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


11/05/84 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


11/07/84 


3 


1 P 


N 


L41 


H 2 


11/17/34 


A 


4 


c 




H 2 


12/03/84 


A 


4 


E 





HONTHI.Y/4 



N N U A L 
1/01/8'. 



INDEX 
li/31/84 



PAGE 111 
1/14/35 



FISHER, CINOr 

THE KEY IS fREEZING PORTIONS 
FISmcr, EUU«BETH 

CONGRESSMAN GETS MARRIED 

FISHER, HELEN OR. I ANTHROPOLOG I ST I 

ANrHROPQLO&I ST GIVES SEXY THEORY OF EVOLUTION 
PELVIC STRUCTURE LINKED TO EVOLUTION 

FISHER, JEROME GOOOLETT IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FISHE,<, MICHAEL 

JUSTICE ILL-SERVEO 

FISHER, STEPHEN 

THE WINDOW MAN: HE CAME TO DU=iHAM TO DIES AND STAYED... 
FISHMAN, JACOB OR. 

DOCTOR IS ORDERED TO PAY t700. 000 

FITCH, MILTON "T03Y" JP . 

FOUR DEMOCRATS WIN NOMINATION TO STATE HOUSE 
FITCH, ROB'=«T 

MACHINE REPLACING SPINAL BRACE 

'"'''''^"'^''OB^RT 0. DR. IDUKE MEDICAL CENTER! 
DEVICE AIDS PEOPLE W I TH CURVEI SP INES 

FITZGERALD, OESMONO IKNIGHT OF GL n I 
KNIGHT OF GLIN TO SPEAK 

FITZOEOALD, EDMUND 

NORTHERN TELECOM: "LET'S GO OUT THERE AND GET THEM BEFORE THEY..." 

FITZGEOALD, ERNEST A. REV. (GREENSBORO) 
METHODISTS PICK BISHOPS 
FRIENDS SAY NEW BISHOP BORN T] BE A MINISTER 

""'3§^??5d REMA?N^"riSo^ °"'" SHOULDN'T DETER OTHERS 

FLACK, LESTER JUNIOR (UNION MILLSI 

NEW TRIAL UROEREO IN 19^3 SLAYING OF N.C. WOMAN 
PROSECUTOR SAYS FOUR MEN WILL F «C E TR I II AGA I N 

FLACK, RICHARD LIONEL (UNION MILLSI 

1?|S,J?'5!;„°''°E''S0 IN 1983 SLAYING OF N.C. WOMAN 
PROSECUTOR SAYS FOUR MEN WILL FACE TRIAL AGAIN 

FLACK, ROBERTA (SINGEkl 

ROBERTA FLACK PERFORMS NOV. 2<. 
FLAHERTY, DAVID 

FLAHERTY: MANSION USED FOR POLITICS 



GOV. RACE 
PORT FROM THE 



HUNT DEFENDS USE OF PLANE. COPTER" 
GOP RAPS HUNT'S BACKING OF FRY E 

^??T?''r^S'!*5'^5=S°'' CHAIRMAN WITH FAVORITISM IN LT 
kltlh'^'t?.: !;^??rs''?i^,?r^ '^'"'"'^ C.^^'IOH SUPPO 
rno"ISrT„5'.''^,"''-"CI0 VIOLATED LAW IN PRIMARY 
i^^uiS^i^c*^. SAYS DELEGATES CAN TALK TO REPORTERS 
FLAHERTY SAYS PORT EMPLOYEE IS PROTECTED BY HUNT SHIFin 
COBEY DISAGREES WITH P AR TV L ET TER(3N BLACK VOTER S 
BLACK LAWYER BLASTS GOP'S ' R A'. E 3A I T I NG • ""'^"^ 

F?R°RrR'g\\?^?"?b'^?A\S^?|^Jp«3c-?E'S''' "^""""S 

uhtlV^^). .I".'! """^^ '^""^'^ AIR:RiFT-5sE REC0»5S 
HUNT'S AIR flILL tl85,93a: GOVERNOR ST AT E 5 P A YMENT 
FORD VOICES HIS SUPPORT FOR H=LMS AN(5 RFAGAN 
GOP LEADER THINKS CHANCES GOOT KfAbAN 

KCJir.s^^'d.^ArKrrp^Sn^R'''' ""-'• «^ '<"'j»i-ican year 



GENEROUS; FLAHERTY... 




FLANAGAN, GRFG (FJOTRALL PLAYERI 

BLUE DEVILS' FLANAGAN BREAKS lOLLARBONE 

FLANAGAN, "AR IE B. 

SHOULD DUKE PAY FOR THREE MILF ISLAND? 
LIMITING RELir.IOUS FREEDOM iii-«"Uf 

FLANAGAN, TOMMY 

CONCERT HALVES: SPLENDOR, GIM><ICK 
FLANARY, JACK 0. 

LIBERALS BUY VOTES WITH TAXES 

ANDY DESERVES OSCAR 

FLANARY, MARILYN 

A READER'S CASE FOR PRESIDENT REAGAN 

FLANNEPY, THOMAS A. (FEDERAL JUOCEl 

fkMS;''S5.',cJ''!5'- JOOGE RUNS 'GTOO, TIGHT SHIP' 
in"^y.rhdVo'hl'i[lfnJ°'i,M'''' ^""^ SELECTION 



u'-t" JV.t'i ^V?,J. SELECTION HALTED BY COURT'S ORDER 
U.S. COURT PANEL UPHOLDS SECRET JURY (51IF ■; T [ npj r ijr 

o^iN,sr^s^Kr^lJR^¥^^u^^^^EL^^^?o" -""-"'■- 

LAWYER'S ILLNESS FORCES TR I AL POSTPONEMENT 

ISSR-roESIfls^^H-E^lRfSryN^^^A^^g^'J^r^" "" '"°^^ "^ ^'"^" 

U.S. JUDGE RULES EVIOENCE SUFFICIENT FOR KLAN-NAZI CASE TO GO TO JURY 



P D 



DATE 



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E L Y 

C PG L P PYL 



H J i/iq/a*, C I P F 

H ? ll/30/8<, C 7 N 



H 2 lD/lJ/8<, B I P F H30 
S ? l0/12/'i4 C 1 N J56 



H ? 11/28/8", C 8 n 

H 2 9/17/8i, i. I, I 

H 2 7/29/8'! 12 P B L<.1 

H 2 './13/3'. B "i N 

H 2 12/19/8* A 3 N 

S 2 3/21^/84 A 3 N 

H 2 <./01/8<. a 6 N 

S 2 3/29/8'. D 12 N 

H 2 12/02/8<, 12 C F L-Vl 



S 2 7/18/8<. A 13 N 

H 2 7/21/84 A 3 N 



H 2 7/23/84 B 1? N 

S 2 7/26/84 A 4 E 



H 2 12/05/94 B 9 N 

H 2 12/13/84 C 14 N 



2 12/05/84 B 9 
2 12/13/84 C 14 



S 2 11/15/84 D 



H 2 1/05/84 A 17 



MORE THAN REPAID-AUOITOP. 
GOP 



4/25/84 
5/05/84 
5/13/84 
5/25/B4 
6/15/R4 
6/13/84 
6/28/84 
7/27/8<. 
3/15/84 
8/15/84 
8/19/84 
9/02/84 
9/18/84 
9/20/84 
9/21/84 
9/22/84 
9/22/84 
9/24/84 
9/25/84 
9/27/94 
9/29/84 , 
10/04/84 ( 
10/05/84 I 
10/13/84 , 
11/03/84 . 
12/04/34 I 



1 
12 



2 
1 

10 

I 

13 



21 

15 
1 
2 
1 

10 
4 
8 
9 
6 
5 

10 
5 



N 

N 

N 046 

N 

E 



H 2 8/26/84 C 12 



FLEISHMAN, JOEL IDUKE POLICY SCIENCES INST.l 

DUKE'S CAPITAL CAMpSlGN GOAL = XCEF 05 hAl F WAY MARK 
DUKE SEEKS S200 MILL 0(^ TO • CJ OSS THR F^hni nT """* 
145 MILLION IS PLEtiGEO EiRLY TO DUKF^I^KpaJgN 
DUKE CAMPAIGN BOOSTING MORALE LAMKAII.N 

ASSURING OUKE'S FUTURE 

FLEMING, FRED (PINEVILLE POLICE CHIEF! 



H 2 


2/28/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


12/27/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/15/84 


D 


7 


R S6t 


H 2 


3/05/94 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


9/19/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


10/25/84 


A 


4 


L 


S 2 


1/12/84 


r 


3 




H 2 


I/l 3/94 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


1/13/84 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


1/14/84 


A 


5 


N 


H 2 


1/17/84 


A 


1 3 


P N 


H ? 


l/19/8<, 


A 


1 5 




H 2 


1/20/P4 


A 


8 




S 2 


1/24/84 


A 


2 




H 2 


1/25/84 


A 


1 3 


N 


S 2 


1/25/94 


A 


2 




H 2 


2/02/94 


A 


1 4 




H 2 


3/09/84 


A 


7 


N 


H 2 


3/17/84 


A 


3 


N 


S 2 


4/06/84 


r 


1 


N C05 


H 2 


12/04/84 


B 


I 


N W24 


H 2 


12/05/84 


B 


1 




S 2 


12/05/84 


r 


1 


N L38 


H 2 


12/09/84 





4 


E 



MONTHLY/AN 



■i U 4 L 
1/01/84 



INDEX 
12/31/3'. 



NAMES 



Pi''.E 102 
l/li/aS 



PINEVILLE'S POLICF CHIEF CHARCEO WITH ASSAULT 

FLFHtNG. ISAAC IDECEASEDl 
08ITUAHY 

FLEMING, JAMES T. IWAROEN CO.l 

3 HARPEN COUNTY CANDIDATES RUNNING UNOPPOSED 

FLEMING. LERCY 1 W IKSTON-SAL E" I (DETEASEDl 
POLICE PROBE MURDERS 

FLEMING. MARY RUTH ELLIOTT (MOREHEAO CITYI (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FLETCHER, BRENT (DECEASETI 

OFFICERS SAY FORMER KLANSMAN DIED OF SELF-I NFL ICT EO GUNSHOT 

FLETCHER. JOHN IQURHAM CO. HEALTH 5E°T.I 

HEALTH GROUP PAY-RAISE BID TO dE REVIEWED 

PREGNANCY RATE CLIMBS FOR DUR-IA^'S WHITE TEENS 

RESISTANT GONORRHEA SACK IN OJRHAM 

VACCIME AVAILABLE IN DURHAM 

FLETCHER TOP PAIO OFFICIAL 

SEPTIC SYSTEMS PECK. OF PROBLEMS 

COUNTY CANNOT IGNORE PLIGHT OF HOMEOWNERS 

COUNTY TYPHOID CASE POSES MYSTERY 

TYPHOID CASE BAFFLES OFFICIALS 

FLETCHER: SEPTIC TANK UNIT TO HURT INSPECTORS 

FLETCHER, JOHNNY ICONCORTI 

N.C. COURT OVERTURNS CONVtCTIlN, SENTENCE OF JAMSCAM FIGURE 
N.C. APPEALS COURT RULING IN JAMSCAM CASE 
STATE APPEALS FLETCHER RULING 
EX-JAYCEE PRESIDENT SUES .CLUB 

FLETCHER, JOHNNY VERNON (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FLETCHER, ROBERT EARL lOECEASEDI 

TWO MEN DROWN IM LAKE AS FISHING BOAT CAPSIZES 

2 DURHAM MEN DROWN IN FALLS LAKE ACCIDENT 
QO I TUARY 

LIFE JACKETS WERE ON BOAT 

FLETCHER, WILLIAM OR. 

CLASSROOM COMPUTER USE INCREASE CONTINUES 

FLEURY, "USSELL ICHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOLl 
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NAMED FOR CHHS 
FLEURY IS SELECTED ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 

FLINTaLL, TYRONE D. 

BONDSMAN, DEFENDANT CHARGED 

TWO IN SCUFFLE EACH CHARGED BY TH": OTHER 

SPECIAL JU0'3E WILL HEAR ASSAULT CASE 

BAIL BONDSMAN FINED SlOO, GETS SUSPENDED TERM 

BONDSMAN'S SENTENCE SUSPENDED 

BONDSMAN SENTENCED 

FLINTALL CHARGES DISMISSED 

FLINTOM, BESSIE LAOO IDECEASEDI 
O'ilTUARY 

FLOOD. DUDLEY E. J» . 

N.C. DESEGREGATION GETS MIXED REVIEW 

6 N.C. EMPLOYEES HONORED 

WHAT DO YOU FEEL LIKE - A CLOfHESLINE 00 KITE STRING? 

UNDERSTANDING SAID NECESSARY IN WORKPLACE 

FLORENCE, LISTIA ANN LANGELY (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FLORES, LOUIS 

MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR SLAYING 

FLORIN, JO"N DR. 

AIR CONDITIONING SPUR TO ROMANCE - AND SPRING BIRTHS? 

FLOURNOY, "ELVIN 

FLOURNOY QUITS AT CHAPEL HILL 

FLOUKNOY RESIGNS JOB AS TIGERS" HEAD COACH 

FLOWERS, JOHN B. Ill 

BOARD CHAIRMAN NA'^ED 

STAGVILLE PRESERVATION POSSIBLE IF SALE MADE 

PAST, FUTURE CAN BLEND WELL 

PROGRESS, PRESERVATION CAN WO'K TOGETHER 

FLOWERS WILL DIRECT GA . CENTER PROGRAM 

JOHN FLOWERS A LEADER IN PRESERVATION EFFORTS 

LEADER OF DURHAM PRESERVATION GROUP GOING TO GEORGIA , 

FLOWERS, LENUEL HARDING (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FLDYO. JAMES IMURPHREE CO.l 

MEETING ON CIVIC CENTER STILL NOT S^T 

FIRM, COUNCIL TO MEET WITHIN ^ WEEKS ON CENTER 

DATES SET FOR CENTER TALKS 

C1UNCIL MEETING TO nisClISS CIVIC CENTER POSTPONED AGAIN 

POWELL: MEETING DELAY INSIGNIFICANT 

DELAY DOESN'T ALARM COUNCILMEN 

3 DATES EYED FOR MEETING 
PATIENCE COSTS LESS NOW 

SCALED-DOWN CENTER OFFERED: PLAN PROPOSES IMMEDIATE START.., 

CENTER PLAN TAKES CITY CLOSER TO =INAL DECISION 

CITY SHOULD CONSIOE'' A LOWER-'RICED HOTEL 

DEVELOPER; HOTEL DEAL MAY BE 'JEAR 

HOTEL PROJECT -LOOKS PROMISING.' OFFICIAL SAYS 

WHERE'S THE SLAM DUNK? 

TALKS WITH HOTEL CHAINS BEGIN; CENTFR MOVING ALONG 

MOKE FREOUENT COMMENT NEEDED 3N CIVIC CENTER 

FLUKF, PEPPER MRS. 

SAVOYARDS TO PERFORM 
INSIDE AN OPERETTA 

FLUTIE. DOUu (FOOTFALL PLAYER! 

YOUNG HEELS PREPARE FOR FLIRT WITH FLUTIE 

JOHNSTON HOPES TO KEEP BC ' S FLUTIE IN HIS POCKET 

JOHNSTON. HFELS AIM TO KEEP FLUTIE FLIGHTLESS 

FLUTIE'S PASSES HAND TAR HEELS 52-20 SHELLACKING 

FLUTIE WINS HEISMAN: FROM UNC 

09 FLUTIE FAVORITF TO TAKE HEISMAN 

FLUTIE EARNS CAROLINA'S HEISMAN VOTE 

FLUTIE PASSES BEnNETT'S PASSING MARK IN BC WIN 



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fHl^fVE'R^AR'S^'-LSSlV^r' ""■'- "'"-'''' "" ""'^•^'^ ""''<''''" " "--C-G H 3 , 0/07/8. D ^ 3 P U IZ 

POETS. NOVELISTS. -SHORT STORY WRITERS SLATED TO READ AT LIBRARY MEETING 5 I IVAVAX 3 P S H-,5 
FLYHT. LARRY c. IHUSTLER MAGAZINE] 

LAKRY FLYNT SAID MOVEO TU BUTMER ., , 

•HUSTLER- PUBLISHER AT 3UTNER H ? 2/l<./8', A S N 

FLYNT SUES CEOERAL PRISON AT '.UTNER ? i J/15/I!4 B 5 N 

LARRY FLYNT FILES SUIT AGA INST PR I SON S S l ?<?'<"• '> ^ " 

COURT: FLYNT MAY SEE noCTORS "' ^""l ^ H 2 2/2';/54 C 1 N 

LARRY FLYNT THREATENS RFAGAN f 3 3/06/fl<, C 1 N 

FLYNT SAYS HE THHEATENEO REAGAN TO GET INTO rniIRT ^ l 3/l'i/Fli, A 1 N 

JUOGE ISSUES WARkENT FOB FLYNT COURT H j 3/16/84 A 6 N 

JURY TO CONSIDER INDICTING FR1NKLIN ", I ?<25<2'' A 9 N 

FLYNT ON bond; ENTERS OUKE FO? TREATMENT ? i 6/D7/a<. C U N 

•HUSTLER" PUBLISHER IS HOSP I II L 1 2 ED A T DUKE UMVFR<;ITY 5 I T/10/9<. A I P N 

FLYNT CHECKS GUT OF DUKE HOSPITAL UNIVERSITY H 2 7/ l//", B 14 N 

FLYNT IS OUT OF HOSPITAL "2 7/17/84 B 5 N 

fkr^LI,:?'"':. f9SIP.5Ci60.ro. Si:T, I3_ _ 5 1 7'/l3/flJ B 12 N 

H 2 12/05/84 A 14 N 

H 2 I2/0*/fl4 A 16 P N 

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H 2 I2/0B/P4 A 5 N 

H 2 l!/Q<i/'i<, A I N 
FLYNT, REGINALD I « I NS TON- S ALE M I 

TWO DIE. TWO WOUNDED IN DOMESTIC FIGHT - , „, 

TWIN CITY SHOOTING LEAVES TWO DEAD AND TWO WOUNDED I I V,lV,li J ,1 




FOPES. JOHN E. (CHAPEL HILLI 

UNITED NATIONS PENSIONS NOT OJ T OF LINE 



2 9/27/84 A 10 
H 2 11/12/84 A 4 



FUGEL. CATHERINE I. 

TRADITIONAL OUTLOOK MAY MEAN .ORE STRESS IN PRISON H 2 10/28/84 B IS U B30 

FOGG. BOBBY (KITTRCLLI 

PHILPOTT DEATH BRINGS CHARGES 



FQGGIE. WILLIAM 

TWO BROTHERS STABBED IN MELEE 

FOGLEHAN. JAY livlORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL I 

FOGLEMAN GETS MOTOR RUNNING BY DOING IT ALL 



S 2 8/29/84 C I N 
H 2 9/23/84 B I N 
M 2 9/02/84 a 1 P F C36 



FOGLEHAN. ROPERT WAYNE 

MAN KILLED, TWO HURT IN SHOOTING AT GREENSBORO STORE H 2 4/27/84 B 

FONTA^E.^JESSE TURNER JR. IVA.I lOECEASEOl 

FONTAINE. KENNETH ILUH6ERT0NI 

MISSING MERCHANT'S BODY IDENTIFIED 



H 2 9/03/84 C 4 
S 2 3/27/84 A 8 



FQNVtELLE. LANIER RAND 

CITY COUNCIL MAY DELAY DEAL WITH FIRM riM oriAn 

GROUP EYES WAYS TO HELP NEEDY ° ° " ? 2/17/84 8 1 

COUNCIL RESCINDS ZONE CHANGF FOR SHOPPr^]^ rENTCo ^ 2 4/27/84 C I 

COUNCIL NEEDS POLICY ON SPEAK=RS' ADORESSEn " ^ 5/10/84 A 1 

F°3SS[rrpSgc'Els^?^E^s''^'°^ '"=^° t I VAVAX \ \ 

''A\<:AVV^\\\TP^V{1^'' '""' ""■" "'"^^^ '"■"-•^ ^-c. SCHOOLS S I YAVAi I li 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A^S ON CHAMBER^S NEW REPORT CARD S | iV/iV/lt l \ 

FONVILLE. DAVID 

FOLKS APOUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE P3 " I T IC AL SET . tj I VA^^,"'' '^ ' ° 



2 9/26/84 B 1 D 

H 2 3/17/84 A 9 P N 

H 2 9/21/84 C 6 

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FORBES. JAMES A. OR. 

DR. FORBES, NOTED BLACK PREACHER, TO LEAD SERVICES 

FORBES. MARVIN HIRAM IWILSONI IOEC'=ASEDI 
UP i I U* Ki 

'°"^^!uRS?C^ruS^-R^A?llf^'S^Y°^cS8^^L-Nli"Ds"°^- '"'"'" 
FORBES. TIMOTHY SCOTT I GRAHAM I 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT KILLS ALAMANCE MAN. 24 

FORBUS. TNA (MRS. SAMPLE) 

DON'T SHOOT THE SQUIRRELS 

FOLKS AROUNO here: with THE W: E SET " ^ 1/17/84 A 5 L 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: JHAT THE MMLMAN BRnuruT ^ ^ 3/23/84 B I n IJ 

OON-T KILL HILLSBOROKUGH-S SOU PRELS K I 3/31/84 C I D U 

NO MORE SOUIRRELS JUUiKKCLb „ j 7/11/84 A 4 L 

•SID. WE'LL MISS YOU' "^ 2 7/25/84 A 4 L 

H 2 10/23/84 A 4 L 

FORD. ANTOINF IflASKETBALL PLAYFR) 

THE CATALYSTS: THESE PLAYERS COULD BE INGREDIENTS THAT. MAKE TEAMS COOK H 2 12/26/84 D I P F M7 > 

FORD, DANNY 

KEEPING HEAD UP PROVED VALUABLE LESSON FOR FORD 

FORD. GERALD R. 



H 2 10/05/84 C 1 P U 071 




2 9/12/84 A o 

2 9/20/84 A 21 

2 9/22/84 A 5 

2 9/22/84 A 2 

2 10/28/84 B 1 



FQRO. GOLAR MAE GAY lOFCEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FORD. JOHN (UVA FOOTnALL PLAYER 1 
FORD VOTED TOP JOOKIE IN ACC 

'"0"°',, JOHNNY L. SR. (ALABAMA MAYORI 
ALABAMA MAYOR TO SPEAK AT NCCJ 
FORD: BEEF UP AID TO EDUIIATIO^ " 2 9/06/84 



H 2 2/23/84 C 12 
H 2 11/22/84 D 5 



FORO. LAURA {DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

'=°''°'j^EO^WALLACE SR. (DECEASEOI 

FORO. LINDA (OOLLMAKFRI 
MOTHER OF THE OOLLS 



2 9/29/84 A 3 P N A47 

H 2 11/08/84 A 20 

H 2 11/20/84 C 4 
H 2 7/29/84 E l P F HOI 



FORO. PHIL 

FORD'S CAREER BACK ON RISE 

NBA SALARY CEILING BIG DETOUR IN VETS' FREE AGENCY ROUTE f\ I V,WA1 P , ? » ID 

FORO. WENDELL I SENATOR! 

AGREEMENT SEEN ON CIGARETTE WARNINGS 



2 9/16/84 C 11 P N M71 
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TWQ-C'R CnLLISION KILLS TWO HI N NEAR ROXBORO 
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FOROHAM, CHKISTOPhEP C- III 

PRQEESSOfi: STFREOTYPES HURT GDVERNMENT 
FORDHAM: CENTER'S EFFECTS PROFOUND 

FQRE. DEBOPAH J. (RALEIGH) 

MAN FOUND GUILTY OF TWO MURDERS 

WAKE JURY SENTENCES MAN TO DIE FOR TWO MURDERS 

FOREMAN, GLENOA INORTH WILKE'BOROI 
EMBEZZLEMENT PLEA ENTERED 

FOPKNER. R'HMMIE RAYMOND lASHEBOROl lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

FORLINES. JOHN A. JR. (GRANITE FALLSI , , , , 

CHAIRMAN NAMED TQ LEAD SEARCH FOR DUKE PRESIDENT 
SEARCH PROGRESSES FOR NEW DUKE HEAD 
OUKE BEGINS INTERVIEWS FOR NEW COLLEGE PRESIDENT 

FQRMY - nuVAL. JOHN 

DURHAM EDUCATOR HEAO STATE GROUP 
THANKS FOR HELP W'TH TENNIS nURNAHENT 
ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION 0IRECTO1 TO BE HONORED 
OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER 

FORNEY, RODERICK MAURICE (UNION MRLSI ^ , ,„ „, ,,,„^ 
RESIDENTS OF RUTHERFORD SAY COUNTY NOT HOTBED OF CRIME 
PROSECUTOR SAYS FOUR MEN HILL FACE TRIAL AGAIN 

FORRESTER, DONNA MYRA OR. (RALEIGHl 
SEMINARY NAMED WOMAN CHAPLAIN 
WOMAN CHAPLAIN AT SEMINARY UPSETS SOME N.C. BAPTISTS 

FORRESTER, JAY w. OR. 

SYSTEM DYNAMICS SPECIALIST TO SPEAK 

FORRESTER, TOM 

2 PLEAD GUILTY TO MURDERS 

TWO MCN PLEAO GUILTY TO KIDNAPPING, MURDER 
TWO MEN GET 90-YcAR TERMS FOR MURDERS 

POPSTER, RON (Chemical recycling c.i 

CHEMICAL RECYCLING IS ALTERNATIVE TO DISPOSAL 

FORSYTH, RHONDA (CREEOMOORI 

FALSE ADDRESS KILLS TRANSFER 

FORSYTH, TIMMY (AGE 19, GLENN R0«D1 

3 CHARGED WITH BEATING AT NORTHERN 
ASSAULT HEARING TOMORROW 

TEEN SAYS BEATING WAS UNPROVO<ED 

WITNESS TELLS OF ATTACK ON STUDENT 

TWO DEFENDANTS IN BEATING TRIAL DENY CHARGES 

JURY TO GET STUDENT-ASSAULT CASE 

rwu CONVICTED IN BEATING CASE AT HIGH SCHOOL 

SANDY GETS PROBATION ^ ,^ »^. ,^ 

THIRD PERSON CHARGED IN ASSAULT CASE GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE. 

LEGAL SYSTEM EXCELLED IN PROSECUTING ATTACK 

LEGAL SYSTEM BROUGHT JUSTICE AFTER ASSAULT 

FQRSYTHE, CAROLYN ANN 

SFTTLFM6NT REACHED IN DEFAMATION SUIT 

SUIT DROPPED, SETTLEMENT REACHED ON TV BROADCAST 

FQRSYTHE, HJBOLO LEO 

SETTLEMENT REACHED IN DEFAMATION SUIT 

SUIT DROPPED, SETTLEMENT REACHED ON TV BROADCAST 

FORT, EDWARD BERNARD 

UPSET ACT ALUMNI DISCUSS CONCERNS WITH CHANCELLOR 

FQRTF, MFLVIN 

TWO MEN, WOMAN ARRESTED ON PIZZA ROBBERY CHARGES 

FORTE, MOZELL MCDONALD BOONE (DECE>SEOI 
OBITUARY 

FORTINBERRY, DIANA "/ELDA" LANE 

POLICE PADLOCK MASSAGE PARLOR: 
CHAPEL HILL POLICE ARREST SIX 



S 2 
H 2 



SIX ARF ARRESTED 
IN "ASSAGE PAOLOR RAID 



LIST OF POLICE NAMES FOUND IN MASSAGE PARLOR CASE 

COURT ORDER BANS 'PROHIBITEO' ACTS AT MASSAGE PARLOR 

JUDGE ORDER MASSEUSE ARRESTED AFTER ABSENCE 

ARREST ORDERED IN MASSAGE CASi 

MASSAGE PARLOR CASES CONTINUED , ,^, , 

2 -OMEN GIVEN SUSPENDED TER"S IN MASSAGE CASES 

WOMEN SENTENCED IN MASSAGE SCINOAL 

<,TH WOMAN CONVICTED OF PROSTITUTION CHARGE 

FORINtY, LLOYD DR. 

REASONING SKILLS PUSHED 

F0P7UNF, ELLEN GWENDOLEN (DECEASED! 
RETIRED DUKE PROFESSOR DIES 
OBITUARY 

FQSS. MATTHEW S. 

ADMITS SETTING FIRES 

FQSTFR, BILL ICLEMSON 8ASKFrBALL COACHl 

INJURIES, GIVEAWAYS HAUNT CLE'SON'S FOSTER 

LONFLY AT THE BOTTOM: BILL FOSTER SEARCHES FOR A GLIMMER OF HOPE. 

BILL FOSTER'S FUTURE AT CLEMSJN QlJE ST I ONA BLE 

MIAMI EXPECTED TQ NAME FOSTER COACH TODAY 

FOSTER LEAVES CLEMSON, ACC TO BEGIN ANEW WITH MIAMI 

FOSTER "20 YEARS YOUNGER' 

FOSTER, C. ALLEN (GREENSBORO ATTORWEYI ,,.,^ 

REPUBLICANS HOPE COATTAILS EXTEND TO COUNCIL OF STATE 
COUNCIL OF STATE POSTS ARE W0< BY DEMOCRATS 
DFMOCOATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF ST»TE, JUDGESHIP RACES 
POLITICS AS USUAL 

FOSTER, CHARLES IHENOERSONl 

THREE VANCE CANDIDATES UNOPPOSED 

FOSTER, CURTIS JR. ( BELK- LEGGETT I ..„,,, 

BIJYER FOR aELK-LEGGFTT SLAIN »T CHARLOTTE MOTEL 
21-YEAR-OLD MAN CHARGED WITH CHARLOTTE SLAYING 

FOSTER, OWIGHT (CHAPEL HILLI 



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HAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER SHOUTING 

"""^^^Sj.^f^ (BKITISH DAUGHTER OF V.C. ARHV OFFICERI 
BRITISH WOMAN TRACES HER FATHSR Ufll-tRI 

FOSTFR, JONES (ZEBULONI 

LOUNGE CASE CHARGES FILED 

FOSTER. MILLIAM LEWIS (DECEASED) 
UBI TUARY 

FOUNTAIN. L. H. 

...SO IS FORMER CONGRESSMAN FOUNTAIN'S 

"""^"oll TUARY "^^ *'-^"^'^ ICHAPEL HILLl IDECEASEDI 

FOUSHEE. GRACE 5HELT0N IDECEASEDI 

FOUSHEE. ROGER 

AA^IKg^^l^?" •'^''°«"3"5' ATTEMPTS 

F^!i?^"Re"NI'^N■' """'^ """" ^'" '° i^°°s 

SHARING FAMILY LORE 

FlMlL"^M55[jN.r9r5EApiVS '"-' ""° ""' "°'' '="'* 
DRAFT OF ORDINANCE OMITS HANDICAPPED 

FOUSHEE. SHERMAN ICHAPEL HILL) 
MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

''°^^''.', !!;!r.yn''°I'ES IBUPLINOTCNI IDFCEASEDI 

ALAMANCE WOMAN FOUND DEAD AFTSR FIRE IN STORAGE BUILDING 
FOWLER. BOB 

fS'-!*K'S°"'<'' HESE: WOEFUL HOLIDAY 

FOWLER RETRIEVES A HUCH-LOVEO PICKUP 

FOWLER, BRADY (THE PUPPET EXPR=SSI 
PUPPETS OPEN A MAGIC WORLD 

'^°*"-^?A„i?£'^. *<• J"- (HlNSTON-SALEMI 

FORMER NAZI SAYS FEAR GUIDED HIM 

"'^"'""bITUArJ^ ""CARET (CHAPEL HILL) IDECEASEDI 

FOWLER, JOHN OR. (UNITED WAY OF DURHAM) 
CLINIC'S MONEY WITHHELD 

FOWLER, KATHERINE 

FRIENDS BEGIN FUND TO HELP "AN PARALYZED BY ACCIDENT 
FOWLER, WILLIAM PERRY 

MAN RIDING Blice IS HIT 3Y CAR 

FQWLEtt, WYNONA (RALEIGH) 
HELMS BOOK APPLAUDED 

FUWLIE, WALLACE 

FOWLIE NAMED VISITING SCHOLAR 
FRtWH LINGUIST TO SPEAK AT E' ON 
FESTIVAL TRACED TO ITS VERMONT ROOTS 

FQWLKES, H. LEE (CASWELL CO.) 

ALL ROADS LEAD TO YANC E YVI LLE' S GREAT CASWELL 
FOX, AORIENNE 

TWO SCHOOL SYSTEMS THWART OUR PROGRESS 
FOX, BURTON (CHAPEL HILLl 

COMPUTER FURNITURE DESIGNER CAPTURING PART OF A GROWING MARKET 
FOX, CARL (ASSISTANT O.A., ORANGE :o.l 

COURT OKS IMMORALITY 
N.C.'S 1ST BLACK D.A. IS NAMED 

HUNT PICKS STATE'S 1 ST BLACK D I STR I CT ATTORNEY 
FOX, CHARLES IGREENSBOPOl 

MURDER PLEA BRINGS 15-YEAR SE-JTENCE 

'°''' SNc"hHs°CU^Ii rs?A??"'°"' "• '» = "-°^E' VA.) 
FOX, FRANCES IMR5. HERBERT! 

rILX'cf',?5 ?£'*^S "^ LAND SWAP IN CPOASOAILE AREA 

LAND SWAP COULD DOUBLE CROASDAILE DEVELOPMENT 

FOX, GARY THOMAS (OECE»S=OI 

POLICE SEEK HIT-AND-RUN DRIVES 

FOX, JAMES C. (JUDGE) 

COURT OF APPEALS SETS STANDARDS ON CLOSING TRIALS 
FQX, JOHN (SEVEN SHNS INC.) 

DISPUTE OVER BAR PATIO MAY GO TO COURT 

55S SSMIS ORDERED TO TEAR odwM PATIO 

BAR OWNER CHALLENGES REVOCATION 

FOX, RICHARD G. 

PROFESSORS: DEATH CLOUDS INDIA'S FUTURE 
FOX, RONALD HOZA 

STAKEOUT LEADS TO ARREST 

FOX, THOMAS (ROXBORO) (DECEASED) 
MAN STRUCK BY CAR, KILLED 

SPEAKER CLAIMS MUNOALE 'SCRAMBLING TO THE RIGHT' 
FOXWOOD, ROBERT (ACT^RI 

CELEBRITIES TAKE SIDES IN HUNT -HELMS RACE 
FOYT, A.J. 

INOY DRIVER FOYT ENTERS CHARLOTTE RACE 

""^"bItuIr?'" '<°"'TT (DECEASED) 
''""'"^OBiTuSRY'^ (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASED) 
FRANCIS, GERALD L. DR. (ELON COLLEGE) 



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SUGGESTED BY ADVISORY GROUP 



SENATi; RACE 



AVE BEEN NEEDED 



NEW DEAN OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS IS NAEMO AT ELON COLLEGE 

FRANCIS. J. ALCUIN 

NEWS SHCULO NOT BE SHADED 3Y =IAS 
CHRONICLE'S 'lOEOLDGY' DEFINE:) 

FRANCISt MILEURN "MIKE" 

DURHAM MAN IS HELD IN I'SSl BEiTINO DEATH 

MAN HELD IN SLAYING 

faOi<0 SET AT SSOfOOO FOR MURDER DEFENDANT 

FRANCK, MAOTHA L. 

FRANCK GIFT APPROPRIATE 

FRANCK. WILLIAM I CAROLYN 

ou«E Eye center GIVEN tioo.oo:) 

FRANK. CLAUDE 

FRANK HAS BACAUER EUCORE 
FRANK TO LEAD PIANO CLASSES 

FRANK, NYLE (CHAPEL HILLl 

KEEP RUS DEPOT DOWNTOWN 

FRANKLIN. ANME (PLANNED) 

PARK-ANO-RIDE SITES ALONG I-« 

FRANKLIN. BARBARA HACKMAN 

REPUBLICANS NOT ANTI-WOMEN 

FRANKLIN, BONNIE I TV STAR I 

TV STAR PLANS DURHAM VISIT FQ! GOV. HUNT 
TEL=VISION ACTRESS: HUNT ■CLE^R CHOICE' IN U.S. 
CELEBRITIES TAKE SIDES IN HUNT-HELMS RACE 
MS. FRANKLIN A PLUS FOR HUNT 

FRANKLIN. ETHEL 

HER YARD'S A RIOT OF COLOR 

FRANKLIN. JESSE MR. t MRS. 

DRAINAGE PROBLEMS TO BE EYED 
DRAINAGE PROBLEMS MAY COST MILLIONS 

FRANKLIN. JOHN HOPE 

FRANKLIN TO SPEAK 

DUKE PROF: CIVIL RIGHTS ACT SHOULON 
EDITORIAL WAS 0':f THE TRACK. OUT OF TOUCH 
DUKE HISTORIAN GETS Ji^FFERSON MEDAL 
DUKE HISTORIAN RECEIVES MEDAL 

=RANKLIN. LYLER RUTH ICHAPEL HILLl (DECEASE01 
OBITUARY 

FRANKLIN, TQMMY (VA.l (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FRANKLIN. WILLIAM CORNELIUS ( EFLAN5 I IDECEASEDl 
HIT-RUN ACCIDENT KILLS EFLANO MAN 
DRIVER SOUGHT IN HIT-AND-RUN 

FRANKS. RALPH 

CONFESSION LEAVES POLICE LOOKING FOR BODY 
SEARCH FOR BODY CONTINUES IN ASHEBORO 

FRATE. PHILIP V. (ROANOKE. VA.l (OECEASEDI 

FORMER DURHAM RADIO HAN DIES IN SHOOTOUT 

FRAYLON, GERALD 

CIAA 'HnwOawN: CENTRAL'S FRAY.ON. BEARS' WHITE TEAMS' CORNERSTONES 

FOaylON'S REPLAY RALLIES CENTRAL, 21-17 

FBAYLO-J'S SCRAMBLE SAVES NCCU EAGLES 

QUAPTERPACK TRIO CENTRAL'S INSwER TO FRAYLON INJURY 

FRAYLON'S OAZZLING AERIAL DISPLAY NETS CENTRAL WIN 

FRAYLON AND EAGLES CLOSE CU'' SEASON WITH A BANG 

FRAYLON LEAVES HIS MARK ON NC' U 

FRAYLON, GREEN NAMED TO • B". ALL-CIAA SOUAD 

FRAZIER. GEORGE w. 

NAACP'S FRAZIER SUES AMERICAN 

MAN SUES AMERICAN OVER HIS DISMISSAL 

NAACP HEAT UNHAPPY WITH PSO INVESTIGATION 

PRIVACY LAW STRIKES AGAIN 

YOUNG BLACKS MUST REMEMBER PAST - ALEXANDER 

ALEXANDER IS ELECTED NEW NAACP PRESIDENT 

FRAilER, LYNN BRETT 

MULTIPLE CHARGES FOLLCW ARREST 

FRAZIER, MARIAN 

LIFELINE NOW A REALITY « 

FRAZIEP, RUSS (L0UIS3URG COLLEGE! 

NO JUNIOR LEAGUER: LOUISBURG'S FRAZIER PUNS Small-SChOOL PROGRAM... 

FREDERICK, "SAM" 

WHY NOT SAY IT WITH FLOWERS? 

FREQFTTE, CAROL (SINGER I 

JAZZ CA»ULS AT HOTEL EUOOPA 

FIRST FREOETTE ALBUM WORTH WAITING PQR 

FREE, DARREN (ASHEVILLEl 

SALESMAN DISCOVERS GOLD MINE 
ASHEVILLE MAN FINOS GOLD VEIN 

FREELANO, JAMES 

HILLSBOROUGH BOARD DELAYS ACTION ON ZONINr. REQUEST 
INDUSTRY WANTS TO USE PART OF VACANT BUILDING 



FREEMAN, CARL 
E''i)EZZLE 
SChC'JL F 
SCHOOL 
CHAPEL 
BOTH CRE 
NO Charg 
FREEMAN' 
NO Charg 
MRS. PRE 
EX-FINAN 
CARL PRE 
FOEEMAN 
FUND TO 
HEARINGS 
SUBPOENA 
BREAK- IN 



WILLIAM (CHAPEL HILLl 
MENT IS CHARGED 
INANCE DIRECTOR SUSPEVOED 
FFICUL IS SUSPENDED 
ILL SCHOOL BOARD DISMISSES 2 
E"ANS FIRED BY SCHOOL BOAPO 
ES TO BE FILED AGAINST mrs. foefm\n 
S HEARING POSTPONED; HIS WIFE NOT CHARGED 
ES WILL 6E FILED AGAINST CAROLYN FREEMAN 
EMAN ASKS WHY SHE WAS FIREQ 
CE DIRECTOR TO APPEAL FIRING 
E"AN. UPCHURCH FACE m:rE CHARGES 
FACES MORE CHARGES IN SCHOOL CASE 
AID MRS- FREEMAN 

ARE PC^TPONED BQR FREEMAN, MS. UPCHURCH 
S FOR REPORTERS ISSUE"" IN FREEMAN HEARING 

LINKED TO SCHOOL EMPLOYEES 



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EMbF|ZLeMENr CHSRGE5 SENT TO ".RAfjO jury 

"IJv'f^S Sirs HE CALLED OFFICE'S ABOUT PROJECTOR 

TESTIMONY CONTINUES IN EMPEZZLE^ENT CASE 

GBANO JURY GETS SCHOOL THEFT ; ASE 

JUDGE SUSPENDS FREEMAN'S TERM 

FREEMAN GETS SUSPENDED TERM F]R EMBFZ2LFMENT 

FREEMAN, CAROLYN 

JJISSf- FINANCE DIRECTOR SUSPEMOEO 

SCHOOL OFFICIAL IS SUSPENDED 

CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL BOARD DISMISSES 2 

BOTH FREEMANS FIRED BY SCHOOL BOARD 

NO CHARGES TO BE FILED AGAINST MRS. FREEMAN 

FREEMAN'S HFARING POSTPONED ; H I S WIFE NOT CHARG'=D 

MS^'="c5c!S«U'l;t.?^ '="-" «GMIST ciROL?N FREEMAN 

MRS. FREEMAN ASKS WHY SHE WAS FIRED 

EX-FINANCE niRECTOR TO APPEAL FIRING 

^FSSb Tg^ATrAR^:^^^?^:^*^'" "'« '^""'^ES 

MRS. FREEMAN TO GET HEARING 

HEARING SET MARCH 19 

HEARING TO CONTINUE TODAY FHR MRS. FREEMAN 

l,SS29l '°^'^° CONTINUES HEARIN-, ON FREEMAN 

trSn^f'^S^ fS" KEF^RTERS ISSUE! IN FREEMAN HEAPING 

^.^^GVt,'^"""' HEARING IS POSTPTNEO AGAIN 

DISMISSAL HEARING TJ BE RESET 

dc?»fM/°c?V'-|nS'' SUBPOENAS FO^ REPORTERS 

,r.m^9 SET nOAY ABOUT SUBPOENAS 

»r??Mr^^TL.,E?°RI-''S MUST OBE/ SUBPOENAS 

ACTING FINANCE DIRECTOR NAMED 

BOARD UPHOLDS FIRING OF CAROLYN FREEMAN 
FREEMAN, CLIFFORD DEAN 

HAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR GUITARIST'S MURDER 
FREEMAN, DONNIE IMEBANEI 

BURLINGTON MAN KILLED: MEBANE RESIDENT HELD 

FREEMAN. ELIZABETH (OLDER WOMEN'S LEAGUEI 

THcSE 'OWLS' LOOK OUT FOR THE OLDER WOMAN 
FREEMAN, J. A. (ALAMANCE CO. I 

REPUBLICANS WIN ALAMANCE POSTS TO GET MAJORITY ON COUNTY BOARD 

FREEMAN, RAYMOND L. (TENN.I lOECEASEOI 
On I TUARY 

FREEMAN. ROBERT 

SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER KEEPS "= M COMING BACK 
FREEMAN, RONALD LEE (PRISON ESCAPE^I 

cy5|Ii^E[Si'^iKs"f&-cJS°T3JS"'- ""''° ""^«^° 

St^9Sc5':'S ME DIDN'T SHOOT TRTOPER 

tSCAPEc PLEADS GUILTY, RECEIVS ^0 MOPF YFiO«L 

?»«ION folk: 'FUGITIVES PICKE? T(5b WRONG tSwN' 

m??f^5r5J''L;,'^'^° "*S OUT THE!E WITH ME' 

SySi'^i^E S BODY TO TE SENT TO OHIO 

BODY OF FUGITIVE SHIPPED TU 0^ 1 

?ti?,° "»N DENIED ESCAPEE REWAJD 

J|NN. TO PAY 15,000 REWARD TO BLIND MAN 

SECOND REWARD GIVFN TO BLIND -< . C . WIDOWER 

FUGITIVES FROM TENNESSEE LEFT BEHIND A TRAIL OF DEATH 

FREE"AN, WILLIAM JENNINGS (0ECEASE1I 
OP I TUAKY 

FREEMAN - REID, MAE 

PANEL INTERVIEWS 3 OF 8 APPLITANTS FOR COUNC U SFAT 

c^L S5iI|^s'^Jp?i!UVWS,^i5h?.^"? r^'^ "" 

HAZARDOUS WASTE FIRM MAY SHUT ITS DOORS 

FREIMCri, GEORGE EDWARD "EO" (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED) 
G.E. FRENCH, UNC ADMISSIONS OFFICIAL 

FRFY08ERG, JAMES 

THREE GUYS NAKED FROM THE WAIST DOWN 

FRICK, JAMFS THOMAS 

VICTIM STILL IN HOSPITAL 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF SHOOTING MAN WHILE ON PHO.NE 
FRICK, ROBFRT 

SECURING HOME NOT NECESSARILY EXPENSIVE • 

FRIDAY, PETSY 

PRODUCER CALLS HER HIS 



' IRON ilUTTERFLY' 

FRIDAY 1 
S AWARD 



'^'"°*Ji,i°' '""S. WILLIAM C 

FRIDAYS TO GET AWARO 

FRIDAYS TO GET SOCIETY . _„-^„ 

NORTH CAROLINIANA SOCIETY HONDRS BILL AND IDA FRIDAY 
FRIDAY, WILLIAM C. 

DUKE, UNC BACK CHANGE IN NCAA 

MKiJ^oTr^'f^J HIGHER SALARIES FOR UNC PERSONNEL. 

i^NC RACIAL GOALS UNMET, BOARD TOLO CKiUNNtL, 



SnC^OE^^gIeG^^^SnM^aS ?b'sTA^lj"'"^ "™'^ "'='"' OESEGREGATION CASE 

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UNC SYSTEM PUOGET GETS APPROVAL 

l^E'^'rSaiE"^^,DTrRE^S5!Sf= "^'^ °« ""^'^'^^ ■- °"'" 

F^jgrY "n'.'i ?i;!^%L5^^'"TSK?^^o3"'^"^ 

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3/21/94 


fl 




N 




H 3 


3/21/84 


B 








H J 


3/28/84 


B 




N 


B46 


H 2 


2/19/84 


C 


4 


N 





H 1 12/08/84 C 1 N 

H 2 10/10/84 A 6 P F J40 

H I 11/07/84 B I N 

H 2 5/22/94 C 10 

S 2 3/30/84 C 12 P N 

P N 

P N 



H 


? 


3/07/84 


A 




s 


! 


3/07/84 


A 




H 


7 


3/09/94 






s 


7 


3/08/94 






s 


7 


3/09/84 


A 




H 


I 


3/10/84 


A 




H 


2 


3/1 1/84 


A 






/ 


3/13/84 


A 


1 ? 


s 


' 


3/14/94 


A 




H 


/ 


3/1 5/84 


A 


I 9 


H 




6/16/84 


B 




H 


i 


6/21/84 


A 




s 


/ 


8/28/84 


r 




s 


2 


12/26/64 


A 


13 



H 2 4/05/84 A 12 



2 


U/2 1/84 


B 1 


N 


S5I 


2 


1 1/30/P4 


B 1 


N 


S51 


2 


1 1/30/84 


r 1 






2 


12/04/84 


A 1 


N 




/ 


12/04/84 


a e 


N 


M69 


2 


12/17/84 


C I 


N 


M69 



H 2 7/08/84 B 2 U80 
H 2 9/07/84 I P F W66 



S 2 2/02/84 C 1 N 
H 2 2/03/94 B 1 N 



S 2 12/26/84 C 1 N K45 
H- 2 8/10/64 B 2 P F H45 



S 2 4/25/84 A 3 N 
H 2 5/03/84 A 14 N 
H 2 5/08/84 A 6 P U 



H 2 


1/04/84 


r 


1 




N W24 


S / 


1/13/8 4 


A 


1 






H 2 


1/14/84 


A 


1 






S 7 


2/21/84 


A 


1 




N 


M 2 


2/22/84 










S 7 


4/10/84 


A 


4 






H 2 


4/11/84 


A 


1 




N X77 


S 2 


4/1 1/84 


A 


1 




N C05 


H 7 


4/16/84 


A 


4 




E 


t* '■ 


4/24/94 


A 


6 


P 


F 


S 2 


4/25/64 


A 


3 




N 


H 2 


5/03/94 


A 


1 4 




N 


H 2 


5/08/84 


A 


6 


P 


u 


H 2 


7/15/84 


n 


6 




N 


H 2 


7/29/84 


A 


1 


P 




i i 


7/28/»4 


A 


1 6 




N COS 


H 2 


6/06/84 


B 


I 




N 


H 2 


8/09/84 


A 


4 




E 


H 2 


9/10/94 


P 


1 


P 




S 7 


9/13/84 


A 


1 




N 


S 2 


9/14/84 


A 




P 






9/15/84 


A 




p 


N W36 


S 7 


9/15/84 


A 








S 7 


■9/15/64 


A 


1 1 






H 2 


9/19/84 


A 


4 




6 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES ''t'jL'/S? 

1/01/84 - 12/31/8'. l/l'./85 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P OATE C PG L P BYL 

UNC PLANS REbtONAL MEETINGS » \ \°'°V,l'l ^ ? " " "J^" 

SBl TO INVESTIGATE THREATS ABTUT UNC EMPLOYEES S | O/l^/JJ A N 

UNC SEEKS S-I PBUBE OF -GAY- THREAT » 2 S/ii/5t as n ?in 

S8I STUDIES THREATENING LETTE' | % \°'\y,l'l { I ^ '-^" 

COWARDLY ACCUSERS SINK TO NEW LOJ BE LETTERS S | 'O^^^/JJ 1 o M 

UNC GHVERNORS TO MEET; SEARCH LIKELY ON AGENDA . H 2 \\'\'>J,l'' ' J „ ^ 

SEARCH FOR NEW UNC PRESIDENT JON'T BE D0HINATE3 i1 FRIDAY S 2 KIS^S^ 5 '? P N ,ia 

SEARCH FOR SUCCESSOR NOT AFFECTING FRIDAY'S WORK S 2 {[^"/J? « In 

SEARCH TO START FOP SUCCESSOR TO UNC • S FRIDAY » 2 \Y,^^.',\'l 5 ' ,. 1 in 

iihrr cCAOru r.uniiD fc enOMTNr. S 2 12/06/"<t ? 1 N LJM 



UNC SEARCH GROUP IS FORMING | | \%',^%',l7, 

FRIDAY'S WORDS HIT HQt'E ON COSTLY SENATE FLECTION S 2 12/l|/a* . , „ ,,o 

<. DEPARTING LEADERS HEAD TOP STORIES FOR DURHAM IN 198'. S 2 12/31/8'. A I N L38 

'''"°°IAR HEEl''GIRL finds OLYMPICS SOUVENIR ON BEACH IN S.C. H 2 8/0'5/8'. A 6 N 

FRIEDMAN. JOHN RABBI IJUDEA REFORM CONGREGA T IDN I ,/,«/»,. , o M 

RABBI NEW PRESIDENT OF nuRHAM CONGREGATIONS IN ACTION H 2 l/lj/gj J ' ^ 

CHILDREN ARE FRFc TO PRAY ON THEIR OWN H 2 3/29/JJ * ^ ^ 

UN VOTES REFLECT ISRAEL'S FPHNDSHIP H 2 'i'l'x'l'l J J ^ 

TREAT SAKHAPQVS HUMANELY " ' l/i-i/a-, « - L 

FRIEDMAN. NANCY DR. I DUKE UNIV. ME)ICAL CENTERI ' In/JA/R'. I, ? \ N 080 

DUKE DIABETES DAY SCHEDULED SATURDAY H 2 10/26/8'. A 21 N Dao 

FRIEDMAN. WILLIAM DR. ( PS Y C HOLOG I ST I „ ^ „ ,„^^^,,^„ u ^ 5/n7/fi'. R ? n F I'.n 

THE STEPFAMILY IT TAKES TnE TO BLEND TOGETHFR H 2 2/D3/8'. B 2 1- J'.U 

FRIEDRICH, JOHN JR. , , in/11/Ba A 4 L 

JIM HUNT -CLEAR CHOICE' FOR N.C.. = 2 10/31/8'. A 4 L 

FRINK, ANTHONY EUGENE (WALLACEI , , , u 7 l/ll/ni. A h N 

FATHER OF FOUR CHARGED IN THEIR DEATHS " 2 3/ll/8<. A 6 N 

FRISHMAN. MARK IBASEBALL PLAYER! ^ „ c 3 fc/3Q/fii. n 1 p N 

INJURY-PRONE FRISHMAN BATTLING FOUR-YEAR JINX S 2 6/29/8'. D 1 P N 

FROMME. RICK (VIETNAM VETERAN! , .,,,/oi BIN 

BETTER IMAGE SOUGHT FOR VIETNAM VETERANS " 2 ',/11/B', B 3 N 

FROM"E. STEVEN ArJO LYNNE , ,^., H -, 7/ig/n<. A 1 N XT'. 

MASSAGE PARLORS LINKED TO HEL. 'S ANGELS " 2 7/19/8'. A 1 NX". 

FRY, JIM DR. lUNC SCHOOL OF MEDICHEl S/IJ/B'. B 1 P F W36 

THESE MICE MIGHTY HELPFUL TO SCIENCE " 2 5/12/8'. B 1 P 1- W36 

FRYE. GREGORY D. IPRISON ESCAPEE! „ , ij/iq/R<, . i N 

VIRGINIA STATE TROOPER FATALLY WOUNDED H | ll^jn/Bi A 7 N 

POLICE CAPTURE MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING OFFICER H 2 12/20/8'. A 7 N 

FRYE, HENRY IN.C. SUPREME COURT! i/nA/B<. All N 

2 MFN CHALLENGE STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES » | |^°'<JJ ' 'i J^ □'.6 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE B«CKS SPAUOING " | s/S£/n2 5 2 c 

CANDIDATE'S CREDENTIALS CLEAR H \ . X'/iX/R i A N 

KNOX CHARGES THAT EDMISTEN PASSED BUCK H 2 5/35/fl4 A 13 N 

VOT|RS.^ALLIANCF^ENDORSES KNOX. SPAULDING. HUNT H2 5/05/84 B 1 NS51 

K'^fp'5SlT7c'rHiN^?'^r^R?F SS'^HE SUPREME COURT OF NORTH CAROLINA ,AD. l \ f/'g.V^S A 'J ' l 

izz^,^i\i,:ir,.°^ ^cE^?iS>^i%^i't!:i^Jor labor post h i 

INCUMBENT HAS EDGE OVER THE C^ALLENGER , „ ,,, S ? il/nn/fli A B N 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF STATE, JUDGESHIP RACES H 2 \\'°l'll A R N 
HUNTS' COURT CHOICE COULD SALVE WOUNDS 



2 11/18/8'. D 4 E 



FUJITA, T. T. ICHICAGO MFTEOROLOG IS T 1 ,„.ct <: ■> ■i/na/B4 r s N 

TORNADO EXPERT: N.C. STORMS DAMAGE WOR ST ON EAST CO AST S 2 |/0|^8* G ^ N 

ONE OF MARCH 28 TORNADOES CALLED 2 1/2 MILES HIOc H 1 5/09/84 C 1 N 

FOLK, JACK SR. IBOJANGLES RESTAURANT! l/5h/H4 D 5 N 

TWO CHARGED WITH ASSAULT " ^ l/2(>/U4 U :! N 

'''^'■'-"gRANoSStHER FIGURE' BEGINS FRESHMAN YEAR AT N.C. CENTRAL S 2 9/05/84 CI N L38 

''"'-'•"engl?Sh''SuTH0R STRIVES FOP BALANCE IN WRITING S 1 1/D9/84 A 3 R 

FULLER, GOLDIE BATES lOECEASEO! „ , x/71/Si, C 4 

OBITUARY " '^ l/i'/o-. 

FULLER, JAMES IRALEIGH ATTQKNEYI ^ . 4/05/fl4 CI N J56 

PRESSURE CHANGES DEATH STANCE ^ ' 4/05/B4 c I 

FULLER, JOHN WAYNE (HENDERSON! . |/5(,/p4 B I N 

ARREST MADE IN TWO CASES " ' l/2ti/B4 B 1 

FULLER. MAYELLA AMOS (DECEASED! „ , 7/p7/B<, fl 2 

UBITUARY " ' ill.t-1^-, o £ 1. 

FULLER, RAY . , './PS/R4 A 4 L 

KIWANIS CLUB SPONSORS SHOW 5 2 4/25/84 A 4 L 

FULLER, RAYMOND JR. (N.Y.I lOECEASfOl „ , 5/19/94 A 14 

OBITUARY " '■ '"^'^•' 

FULLER. RAYSHON DEVON (DECEASEOI „ , 3/15/84 A 20 P 

OBITUARY '^ J/L^/i-. 

FULLER, RONNIE LEE ( H ILLSeOROUGH I , 7/?l/84 C 12 

OBITUARY " '- '■"■""'^ 

FULLER, ROSALcE MITCHELL (DECEASED! „ , iJ/i9/e4 C 7 

OBITUARY n i i<;/ 1 / 0-, V. 

'"'-'-'fuLLEr'-LEAVES STARS WAITING F3 R DECISION " ^ 2/^5/84 C 7 N 

FULLER, WILLIAM EOWARO (DECEASEOI „ j 9/04/84 A 20 
OB I T U" K Y 

FULTON, KEVIN DEMETRIUS H 7 5/03/B4 A 14 P G 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS: REWARD , .^c H I 5/13/84 B 1 H k'ii 

ROBBERY VICTIMS GIVE FUGITIVE A SECOND CHANCE " 2 5/13/84 B I N a::.. 

'"""5S"8«Sa8S^'?a?"s- SOVIETS UNDERSTAND ONLY STRENGTH S 2 10/31/84 CI N C60 

FUNDERBURK, MABEL_^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^,5^, „ j 7,^^/84 A 4 L 

'"'"\.eENT?^E''-s'?0SR's}0PS AT TOBACCO FARMS. RTP "2 8/16/84 B 1 P N 046 

""""'NEi'TaJN BUILDERS LONG ON RESOURCES " ^ 8/19/64 A 1 F L41 



MONIHLr/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/84 



INDEX 

U/Sl/n* 



P«'".E IT? 
1/14/15 



PUOUAi LARRY HARREN (CARYI 

HAKE TECH OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH LARCENY 
FUOUA, ROBERT (M4NTE0J 

MANTED MAN ASKING JIO.OOO FDR OLD COIN 
FUQUA, TFRRY ( HI L L SBOROUGH 1 

GRAVES DESTROYED FOR MOBILE HOME 
FURLOw, JOHN 

ARTIST'S NAME OMITTED 

FURR, RICHARD 

16 AREAS STUDIED FOR BUSINESS PARKS 
FUTCH, JONETTE 

FABRIC PHOTOGRAPHS CAPTURE THF PAST FOREVER 

FUTRFLL, ANNE LASSITER (CENTENARIAN! 
HAPPY 11 ITH BIRTHDAY 

FUTRFLL, ANNIE 

PUBLIC INVITED TO WOMAN'S I IIT H BIRTHDAY CEIFBRATinN 
BEsIMSheT' """ BIRTH0iY'=3R nSr??,;J clfc "r "|l??DeNT 

FUTRELLE. LINHOOD {CaRRBORni 

*„^2°J."°'^'*'- PIREFIGHTERS SUG-,E)IED FOR CARRHORn 
MORE FIREMEN SAIu NEEDED IN CARRBORO '-'""BORO 

GABRIEL, DIANNE 

fnt.t?n,,Ji';l'' REPORT OF AGENT"; MURDER 

CQNSTPUCTION IJORKEK CHARGED IV SLAYING 

HAN CHARGED WITH MURDER iLAriNO 

LACK OF BODY HINDERS MURDER P^OPE 
GABRIEL, ROMAN 

GABRIEL IN WITH POSSIBLE USFL MOVE TO CHARLOTTE 

GAODIS, DALE 

^^IcS", '?Vi'*S"l BOOK? CHECK IT IN FREE JUNE 4-0 
AFTER LATE-BUOK PARDON, L I BR A' Y SHQllir TFT TnirrM 
FINES APE NOT GETTING BOOK S B« CK "n L I BR !r Y 
LIBRARY OPTS FQR QUALITY IN Sa KING IT SSELEC T IONS 

GAOOY, EMMA DRAKE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

GAODY, JASPER 

MAN SHUT 3 TIMES AFTER STABBIVG KIN 

GADOY, SAMUEL REV. (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

''^'^^•y^y^H (FAMILY COUNSELING SE^VICEI 

HOW CAN PARENTS TALK TO THEIR cilLOREN ABOUT SEX? 

GAILLARO, RICHARD JR. OR. 

EX-FARM BOY IS CONTENT TENDINS 



A CITY GARDEN 



GAINES, CLARENCE "BIG HOUSE" 

BIGHOUSE: GAINES' PASSION TO TEAHC AND UIN ^TTii 

BIGHOUSE: MARKETABLE SKILLS? ^l OT BA « ETB^LL TmE ' 
GALBRAITH, BARBARA 

CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS DEATH CLUES 
GALBRAITH, LINDA 

HORRIBLE RISKS, CURES MARK MEDICAL FRONTIER 
GALE. MARSHA (CHAPEL HILL POLICE 0= P T I 

POLICE CAPTAIN TO REPLACE DEMJTED PATROL COMMANDER 
GALIFIANAKIS, NICK 

VOTERS'S ALLIANCE GOES FOR D£«IOS 
GALLAGHER, AL 

"Lf-JGHER AT JOB CROSSROADS 

GALLAGHER REPORTEDLY SET AS S»NTA CLARA COACH 
GALLAGHER, ALICE ANN 

SUIT SEEKS 1100,000 FROM WIDOW 

GALLAGHER, JACK OREW (DECEASED) 
UH i I UARY 

GALLAGHER, JOHN t. KIMBERLY 

SUIT: GENETIC PROBLEMS WITHHELD FROM COUPLE 
GALLAGHER, MARY (HANDWRITING ANALYST! 

handwriting: ANALYST SAY s p'eRS JnaL ITY • S WRITTEN ALL OVER 

'^*'-'-*S'^£''!t!211S'', '^°<''' SnuTHGATE ST.) 
MAN STABBED IN STOMACH 

GALLAGHER, THOMAS PATRICK (MARINE WAFF SGT.I 
SUIT SEcKS tlOO.OOO FROM WIDOW 

GALLIS- HARRY DR. 

ORCHIDS CAN BF GROWN ON WINDOW SILL AT HOME 
GALLO, ROBERT C. OR. 

?Ui^^NF^Ic\rBN|^^5lE^Jr^5 J? 5^R°ll^SSo^'«^^ - °°"0R 

GALLOWAY, CECIL ( W INS TON- SALEM > 

FORSYTH MAN CHARGED IN 1983 SLAYING 
GALLOWAY. KAREN B. 1 JUDGE! 

Pf.EI;!^"'" SCREENING: GOOD OP PAD? 

5uOG?"s ^AV^^r'^^S?" 'S DUSPGfED 
^.?9V' GAG ORDER DRAWS FIRE 

rf,';'-9!;''X'^ GAG ORDER TRAMPLES CON S T I TUT lOCJ 
^,mrF''?A5j llSSr l^"-" BOTh'wridng " 

^ySS? 5*^5 schools need counsflors 

jSoGE OR^^R^"?^n.9^^'^R^""5ES - ^ND OVFRRUIEO 
isSIsSSSf'SI B^^^'IrloRK ■'"-'° "'" """^ OUTBURST 
ASSISTANT TO OA IS BACK ON JD^ 



.FORTUNE 

HAT REALLY COUNT 



N F 

P D DATE 



L Y 



PG L P BYL 



H 2 7/I<./84 A 8 N 

H ! 7/05/84 B 1 N 

H 3 8/01/84 B 1 P N '346 

S 2 9/12/84 A 4 L 

S 2 2/21/84 A 1 N C60 

H 2 8/19/84 E 1 P F HO I 

H 2 6/05/84 B 1 P P T37 



5 2 5/29/84 C 1 N 
H 2 5/30/84 B 1 N 
S 2 6/05/84 C 1 P P T37 



H 3 1/31/84 8 1 N H90 
S 2 1/31/34 B 6 N 



H 2 2/12/84 A 8 N 

S 2 5/04/84 A 2 N 

H 2 5/05/84 A 13 N 

H 2 5/06/84 A 8 N 

H 2 11/16/84 C 3 P N 



H 2 5/25/84 B 

S 2 5/30/34 A 

S 2 3/21/84 C 

S 2 10/15/84 A 



1 



E 

N J56 

E 



H 2 9/28/84 C 7 

H 2 8/20/84 B 6 N 

H 2 9/16/84 B 2 

S 2 10/17/84 a 1 P F J06 

H 2 8/12/84 E 11 P U G78 



H 2 1/26/84 D 1 P F 
H 2 12/30/84 C 4 P N 



S 2 7/09/84 C 1 

» 2 6/17/84 8 3 

H 3 U/07/84 8 1 

H 2 11/03/84 A 15 



H 2 5/06/84 B 10 
H 2 7/29/84 C 10 



N 

F 830 

N K45 

N 



N M71 
N M71 



H 2 8/10/84 C 5 N 

H 2 1/04/84 A 7 

H 2 6/17/84 B 1 N S82 

S 2 11/07/84 8 1 P N 

H 2 4/04/84 B 1 N 

H 2 8/10/84 C 5 N 

H 2 3/11/84 E 11 P U G78 



H 2 10/06/84 A 11 
S 2 10/06/84 A 3 



H 2 11/28/84 A 10 



N 830 
N J56 



H 2 l/20/»4 A 1 N S82 

S 2 1/2D/84 CI N 

H 2 1/23/84 A 4 E 

H 2 1/25/84 A 4 E 

H 2 2/24/84 A 4 P L 

H 2 4/19/84 A 1 N S82 

H 2 4/25/84 A I N S51 

S 2 4/25/84 C 1 P N )^05 

H 2 4/26/34 C 9 N "' 

S 2 4/27/84 A I N 

H 2 4/28/84 A 1 N 551 

S 2 4/28/84 A 1 N J56 

S 2 .5/03/84 A 4 L 

S 2 5/04/84 A I N 

H 2 5/05/34 8 1 N 



MONTHLY/A 



N 4 H E S 



• APOLnGv LACKS coNcessiO'^ 

JUUGIN& THE JUDGES: PBOCESS Qc SECRfCY 

JUDGE'S COUBT SFSSION ,<AS CHAOTIC 

WHO IS GUILTY IN dlSTSICT CGU' T SYSTEM? 

CUSTOnY HEARING GAG ORDER LIFTED 

LABARRE LIFTS GALLOWAY GAG GR1ER 

■REOPLE-PLEASFR- GOES TO JAIL TO HOLD COURT 

SECTION OF DURHAM'S ORDINANCE ON NOISE RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

OFFICIALS HILL MEET ON POSSIBLE CHANGES TO NOISE ORDINANCE 

JUDGE GALLQMAY AT OOOS WITH HDRNER AGAIN 

GALLOWAY, JUDGE CLASH 

GALLOWAY Ton LENIENT WITH NOISY DEFENDANT 

'JAILHOUSE JUSTICE' IRKS JUDGE LAPARRE 

COUNTY JAIL IS NO PLACE TO HOLD DISTRICT COURT 

LABARRE SAYS CALLOWAY PRACTICE LUDICROUS 

JAILHOUSE JUDGMENTS HIT BY DISTRICT COURT JUDGE 

GALLOWAY, READ DUN ' T AGREE ON TALK ABOUT JAIL 

JAIL COURTS ENDING, JUDGE R E AT SAYS 

JUDGES AGREE TO NO MORE JAIL SESSIONS 

COURTHOUSE CO'IIROVERSY UNDERMINES PUBLIC TRUST 

COURT SHOULD LEARN A LESSON 

JUDGE SHOULD SPFNO TIME IN CL=RK'S OFFICE 

JUDGE GALLOWAY, IN BALL AND CHAIN, PRESIDING OVER COURT ICARTOON] 

TIME TO OUIT 'HARASSING' JUDGE GALLOWAY 

JUDICIAL INVESTIGATOR ON GALLJWAY'S TRAIL? 

CHURCH GROUP SUPPORTS GALLOWAY 

JUSTICE ILL-SFRVED 

JUDGE RULFS PART DF SAFE ROADS ACT UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

LAWYERS SAY JUDGE GALLOWAY 'INCONSISTENT' 

JUDGE FREFS MAN DESPITE GUILTY PLEA 

JUDGE'S ACTIONS OFTEN APPEAR AS JUSTICE-BY-WHIM 

HE WAS GUILTY, BUT... 

JUDGE WAS WRONG TO FREE DEFENDANT 

JUDGE GALLOWAY ERRED 

DURHAM OFFICER OBJECTS TO JUDGE'S REMARKS 

GALWAY, JAMES 

GALWAY'S FLUTE DELIGHTS 

GAMBILL, THOMAS G . 

MEDICARE PAY PLAN SPREADING 

GAMBLE, WILLIAM H. IN.C. A (L T I IDECEASEOI 
ADMINISTRATOR AT A£T DIES 

GAMBOA, LONNIE (FLORIOAI 

J PLEAD GUILTY TO MURDERS 

TWO MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO KIDNAPPING, MURDER 

TWO MEN GET 9D-YEAR TERMS FOR MURDERS 

MISSING WITNESS INDICTED IN MJRDSR, KIDNAPPING 

JUDGE WANTS NAMES OF OFFICIALS WHO PROMISED DEFENDANT IMMUNITY 

JURY FINDS VINES GUILTY 

VINES SENTENCFO TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR PUSHING MAN DOWN MINESHAFT 

POLICE INFORMER IN PROTECTIVE CUSTODY 

GANDHI, INDIRA 

DEFILING TEMPLE WAS WRONG 

PROFESSORS: DEATH CLOUDS INDIA'S FUTURE __ ^ „ .,,.,,,„. t , ,^., 

INDIRA GANDHI: REPUTATION FOR RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE HURT BY ASSASSINATION 

GANDHI DEATH TESTS INDIA 

GHANDI'S DEATH 'INEVITAPLE' 

INDIA BEHEADING ITSELF (CARTO0N1 

NO CAUSE CELERRE 

FRIFND OF MRS. GANDHI SAYS INDIA HAS LOST ITS BEST LEADER 

INDIA SCHOLAR URGES SYMPATHY 

GANDHI, RAJIV 

PROFESSORS: DEATH CLOUDS INDIA'S FUTURE 

GANN. E. STERLING 

HOUSING-AIRSTRIP GIVEN APPROVAL 

GANN, HUBERT ULMAN IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GANN, J. R. 

HOUSING-AIRSTRIP GIVEN APPROVAL 

GANT, HARRY 

GANT BREAKS ROCKINGHAM MARK TT GAIN POLE 

GANT CLAIMS POLE FOR WORLD 60D 

GANT TOP QUALIFIER FOR WORLD iOD 

GANT AVOIDS TROUBLE, WINS SOUTHERN 500 RACE 

DON'T BET AGAINST GANT IN NASCAR POINTS CHASE 

GANT SMARTING OVER SECONDS 

GANTRECL, ELLEN IDUKE UNIV. PERKIN' LIPRARYI 

CAMPAIGNS RECALLED IN DUKE LIBRARY EXHIBIT 

GANTT, ANNIE HOFFMAN IDECEASEOI • 

OBITUARY 

GANTT. HARVEY ICHABLOTTEI 

GANTT: MEMORIES OF KING FADING 

GANTT, SAMUEL FOX lOFCEASEDI 

GANTT, EX-JUDGE, DIES! SEOVICFS SET FOR TOMORROW 

GANTT DIES 

GANTT, FORMER JUDGE IN DISTRICT COURT, DEAD 

GARBER, NAOMI ALLEN 

ELUN COLLEGE RECEIVES TWO LAR3E GIFTS 

GARDINER, CINDY 

A KID'S GUIDE TO DURHAM 

GARDNER, BROOKS IMFBANE MAYOR I 

GARDNER ELECTED MEOANE MAYOR 

GARDNER, EILEEN OR. lEDUCATION ANALYST) 

MORALITY A KEY ISSUE IN EDUCATION REFORM 



JOHN S. ILfcXINGTONI 
. COURT UPHOLDS ONE DEATH 



ENTENCE, SETS ASIDE ANOTHER 



GARDNER, TOMMY ICHAPEL HILL I 

DOWNTOWN GROUP HONORS PUBLISHER 

GARN, JAKE (SENATORI 
HIGH FLYERS ALL 

GARNER, DAN C CHERYL 

DURHAM WOMAN MAS QUADRUPLETS 
THE FLAT TAX PLAN 
QUADRUPLETS DOING WELL 
A FOURFOLD LESSON 













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562 


S 2 


5/30/Ri. 


C 




N 




H 7 


7/3I/R<> 


A 


1 P 


N 


S62 


H 2 


8/03/H<. 


A 




N 


582 


S 2 


3/03/<>'. 


C 




N 


K90 


H 2 


8/04/^4 


A 




N 


S82 


S 2 


3/0'./'". 


A 




N 




S 2 


S/O'./'i'. 


A 




E 




H 2 


a/0T/8<. 


A 




N 


582 


H 2 


8/07/H', 


A 




E 




S 2 


8/07/e<. 


C 




N 




H 2 


a/08/8'. 


A 




N 


582 


S 2 


8/08/84 


A 


1 P 


N 


H05 


H 2 


B/OO/B', 


A 




N 


532 


S 2 


a/oo/S'. 


A 




N 


H05 


5 2 


8/09/8'. 


A 




E 




H 2 


8/in/9'. 


A 




E 




H 2 


3/l0/<". 


A 




L 




H 2 


8/12/8<. 


D 


A T 


T 


R56 


H 2 


a/I'./R'. 


A 




L 




H 2 


a/ii/e". 


B 


I P 


M 


S32 


H 2 


a/ia/8<. 


A 




N 




H 2 


q/iT/fli. 


A 




L 




H 2 


10/25/81. 


B 




N 


502 


H 2 


11/03/8'. 


B 




N 


582 


H 2 


ll/l»./8<. 


A 




N 


S82 


S 2 


11/17/8'. 


A 




E 




H 2 


11/20/8'- 


A 




c 




H 2 


1/21/8'. 


A 




L 




H 2 


12/13/P<. 


A 




L 




H 2 


2/15/8<. 


A 


5 P 


N 


A5'. 



5 2 U/02/3', A 



S 2 6/28/8". C 



H 2 5/06/8'. C 



2/07/84 
2/D8/84 
2/11/34 
2/16/84 
6/05/84 
10/25/84 
lD/26/84 B 



H 2 10/28/84 B 



6/13/84 
10/31/84 
11/01/34 
11/01/84 
11/01/84 
11/04/64 
11/06/84 
11/25/84 
12/16/84 



10/31/34 
5/02/84 
6/10/84 
5/02/84 



3/D2/84 
5/25/34 
5/25/84 
9/03/84 
9/04/e4 
10/28/84 



H 1 
H 2 



H 



10/04/84 
5/03/84 B 
1/16/84 C 



9/10/84 
9/1 1/84 
9/11/84 



11/15/84 B 

1/02/84 A 

4/18/84 8 

1/14/84 A 

8/29/84 A 

10/24/84 B 

11/1 1/84 D 



4/n/84 A 

4/15/84 

4/16/84 B 

4/18/84 A 



N J56 

E 

E 

M J 56 

T R56 

U H49 
F C19 



N J56 

N B31 



N 831 



N 591 
N W60 
N 
N W60 

U W60 
N W60 



N W36 
J 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 



"Ar-.e 111 

1/1"./ 15 



CHURCH HELPING r.AONERS 
OONATIONS SOUGHT 

rwo OF 3U40HurLETS alloweo to go home 

MTTHE'S'S flAY IS EVE'V DAY SIN'E OUAOS 
Snl'.t'S" 3UAORUPLETS TU^N A S0urflMING"5 MONTHS OLD 
WOULD HE OISMEHBES A CHILD HE SE^' 
LONG STOPOve^ 

DURHAM COUPLE'S BEST PRESENT: SEVEN HAPPY AND HELL CHILDREN 
GARNER, ERIC DAVID 

^ MORE HELD IN DRUG BUST 

GARNER. JAMES IN.Y.l IDECEASEOI 
M.y. MAN DIES IN SHOOTING 
POLICE PROOe SHOOTING DEATH 

GARNER, KATRINA (CHAPEL HILLI 

CHAPEL HILL'S CATERING COMPANy BEGAN JUST AS 'FAVOR TO FRIENDS- 
GARNER, SANDRA 

NEHSPAPER LESSON 

GARNER, WAYNE NELSON (MEBANEI IDeC=ASEDI 

AUTHORITIES: OROWNEO MAN MAY ^ AVE KILLED HIMSFLF 

GARRARD, NFLL CLARK lOECEASED] 
OPI TUARY 

GABKARO, WILLIE HILL (DECEASFOl 
OBITUARY 

GARRETT, ARCHIE WEATHERSPOON (DECEaSEDl 
''*'"'^H,',°"2S'"^ *I-LENE CABRINGION (DECEASEOI 
'''""^OBITUARY* "f""''^'' l"ILLSBOROU=HI lOECEASEDI 

GARRETT, GARLAND JR. (WILMINGTON] 

POLITICAL advisers: BUSINESS, FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY... 
GARRETT, GEORGE (NOVELISTl 

ELIZABETHANS TO BF TOPIC 

GARRETT. HELGA GRACE (ROGERS (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

GARRETT, HERBERT LEWIS (TIMBERLAKE) 

GARRETT SETTER 

GARRETT, LEWIS C. - 

OFFICIAL: GROWTH, ENVIRONMENT COMPATIBLE 

'''""^IlSnt?!:^ '"E" I^SOSS DISASTER CTMMITTEEI 
GARRETT LAUDS RED CROSS GROUPS 

GARRETT, NANCY 

cif3o'S'As'l¥rFA5r "°5^ "" '" 'NCIRLIK 

GARRETT, NORM 
OBI TUARY 

GARRETT, RUTH ESTELLE (RICHMOND CO. I 

J^S^.i^'o^fSI^S RE-ELECTIDN AS :0UNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS 
SCHOOL BOARD, DEEDS OFFICE CAM 01 DATE S F I L E "^CUi 

GARRETT, WILLIAM 

DUKE PROGRAM TRIES TO REDUCE TIME INJURED ATHLETES SPEND OFF THE 

GARRIS, JOHNNIE THOMAS lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GARRIS, REMBERT 

GARRIS GETS NEW YMCA JOB IN CHARLESTON, S .C . 
GARRISDN. LYNNE G. 

HUNT MAKES STAFF CHANGES 

GARRISON, ^ROSA HAY BROADWELL (DECEJSEOP 

GARTH, WILLIAM A. (ILLINOISI (DECEASED! 
PROFESSOR OROHNS IN RAPIDS 

''"'^''iS;,*'"'^ 'OES MOINES REGISTER! 

BRITON, AMERICAN CLASH ON ETHICS 

GARWIN, RICHARD L. DR. (CORNELL! 
GAKWIN PLANS SPEECH 



A JEAN LYNCH (DECEASED ! 



GARY, KAYS (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER! 

':(il'jf?5 DESCRIBES EXECUTION AT CENTRAL PRISON 
ARTICLE ON HUTCHINS' EXECUTIOM CLARIFIED 

GASH, flOBERT T. 

5 LAWYERS NOMINATED FOR JUDGESHIPS 
GASKIN, IN* MAY ( M I DH I r f 1 

MIDWIFE PREDICTS GREATER CHOICE IN CHILDBIRTH 
CASPAR, DAVID BARRY 

DUKE, N.C. STATE PROFESSORS NAMFO HUMANITIES FELLOWS 
GASPERSOHN, SHELLY SUE (DUNN! 

EX-STUOENT TELLS ABOUT PAODLIMG IN DUNN SCHOOL 
GAS'JUE, DONALD ALLEN (BALTIMORF, Ml . I 

FBI CHARGES FUGITIVE IN ALAMANCE ROBBERY 

GASTINFA(J, JOHN S. (CHAPEL HILL! 
TWO FILE TODAY IN ORANGE CO. 

TWO CANDIDATES ENTER SCHOOL, "OUNTY RACES 
"BEY campaign: GASTINEAU DN'V HELP 
rJSnTnJVIP^'^'S'""^ GASTINEAU, HILLHOIT 
CANOIOATES CITE ORANGF GROhTh 
BOARD MEMBERS MAKE ENDORSFMCNTS 

WILLHOIT IS TOP VOTF-GETTER 
HILLHOIT PACES COMMISSIONERS' RACE 
GATES, DEXTER IROUGEMONTl 



DATE 



S I T 

E L Y 

C PG L P BYL 



H 2 <./J2/o<, C 1 N 

H 2 <,/30/e<, B 7 N 

H 2 5/02/?'. B 1 N 

H 2 5/I3'/B<, A 1 P F 330 

H 2 n/13/3<, A ION B30 

H 2 ll/14/n<, A <, L 

S 2 U/24/8'. A 1 P P M66 

H 2 12/25/8<. CI N B30 



S 2 3/OB/0<, C 1 



H 2 U/1S/8-, B 1 
S 2 U/15/8<. C I 



N A54 
N A47 



H 2 9/23/8<, D 10 P F L*l 

H 2 5/17/8<. A A L 

H 2 7/l<./f<<, 8 1 N 

H 2 3/16/8", COO 

H 2 6/2A/n<, B 2 

H 2 7/ll/3<. ABO 

H 2 <i/16/BA B 6 

H 2 10/03/R<. b q 

H 2 S/JO/B* B lA N 

H 2 <./18/8i. A 10 N 

H 2 5/12/8<. B 6 



S 2 6/08/RA A 1 P N H05 
H 2 6/09/R4 C 1 P N 
S 2 5/U/8<, C 1 N 



H 2 9/27/8<, B 1 
S 2 6/01/8'. C 1 



N 0<,6 
N S80 



H 2 12/09/8'. D 1 P F GDI 
H 2 12/09/R« D I P F G09 



H 2 10/23/8'. B 2 



S 2 1/03/8', A 1 P N 

H 2 l/O'./S', C 1 N H24 



H 2 8/03/8', B 6 

H 2 7/03/8<. B 7 

S 2 1/20/84 C 1 

H 2 5/01/3', A 3 

H 2 3/11/3', B 2 

S 2 5/22/8', A 8 

H 2 6/09/8', A 12 

S 2 3/19/8'. A 3 



N D80 



N J56 

N 



N 

N 080 

N 



H 2 3/17/8<i B 5 P N 
H 2 3/2'./a'. All N 



H 2 U/29/8'. A 10 N 

S 2 3/27/84 B 1 P F A15 

H 2 5/06/84 C 16 N 

H 2 10/13/34 A 1 P N 

HI 4/0 7/34 C I N 



S 2 2/01/84 C I 

H 3 2/0?/84 C 1 

H 3 2/10/P4 8 1 

H 3 5/01/84 B 1 

S ? 5/04/34 A 5 

H 3 5/05/84 B 1 

H 2 5/06/84 a 

H 3 5/09/34 C 1 

S 2 . 5/09/34 A 13 

H 3 5/10/84 B 1 



N H90 

N 046 

N 846 

N B4 6 

N B46 

"1 "46 

N 846 

N B46 

N 846 



I 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/84 - 



I •! E n 
12/31/H<. 



N A H E S 



PAf.E 112 
l/l<./85 



MAN GIVEN 30 YEARS =CR ASSAULT 
MAM GETS iO-YEAB TEO.M 

GATES. ROSALIE PRIMCf IROX'OROI 

TWO CANDIDATES PRE FOR HOUSE; ONE COR SENATE 

3 FILE FOR LEGISLATURE 

STATE SENATE RACE LOOKS CROHO=0. TOUGH 

INCUM3ENTS SPEND MQR E THAN OPOONENTS 

SEHATF HCPEFULS BACK PROTECTnN OF LAKES 

CANDIDATES VARY ON 2N0 PRIMARY 

ELECT ROSALIE R. GATES N.C. SE NAT F. . . ( AO I 

DEATH PENALTY VIEWS APE GNEN 

ISSUES PROLIFERATE IN I •? TH DIfTPICT RACE 

13TH DISTRICT STATE SENATE CANDIDATES 

MPS. GATES SAYS NURSES "aCk her 

HUNT, ROYALL TOP N.C. SENATE FIELD 

ELECTION RETURNS IN OUR"AM COrNTY: FOP STATE SENATE 

HANCOCK TO 3ACK ROYALL AND HU"J T 

HANCOCK VOWS SUPPORT F30 WIN.N'RS HUNT, ROYALL 

TO THF vOTcRS OF DURHAM, P ER SD N, . . -ROSAL I E P. GATES t AO » 

INDIA SCHOLAR URGES SYMPATHY 

GATLIN, JA-ES L. "RIP" IV IR50 SPRINGSI 
FLAG INFORMATION IN ERRT*- 

GATLIN l^^y^J^f^ ^Q^ PROSTITUTION; PROSECUTOR CREDITS NEW EFFORT 

GATSIS, ANDY RET. GEN. (ROCKY MOUNT! 

TWO RETIRED GENERALS SAY HELMS FKIENO TO MILITARY 

GATTIS. HAZEL RILEY IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

GATTIS, JOHN (HILLSBORCUGHI IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



7/27/1', 
7/27/S<. 



2/0A/n<. A 

2/04/»4 A 

Z/Zh/ni, A 

5/03/9<, A 

5/03/84 C 

5/04/94 C 

S/DS/RA A 

S/DS/"". A 

5/06/5<. A 

S/O^/fK. D 

5/07/84 A 

5/0'5/P4 A 

5/0<)/84 A 

5/0''/R4 A 

5/10/84 6 

6/03/84 A 

12/16/84 D 



5/n/84 A 

7/25/84 3 

6/29/84 A 

5/06/84 C 

1/24/94 B 

1/12/94 A 



04 6 
J56 
C60 
C60 

C6D 
04 6 



SSI 
C60 



F CI" 

L 

N 532 

N 



n 

L 



HORROR OF 0-OAY 



GATTIS, TERRY 

MAN, APPARENTLY STA3BF0, HOSPITALIZED 
STABBING VICTIM TO BE RELEASE? FROM HOSPITAL 

GAUDET, PETE 

FULL-TIME PART-TIMERS: NCAA RJLES LEAVE COACHES IN AwKJARD POSITION 

GAUTI6R, KENNETH (CLINTON FAPRIERI 

FARRIFR BUSINESS KEEPS HIM ON MOVE 

GAVIN, JAMES H. LT. GE". 

VETERANS FROM DURHAM AREA RECALL SIGHTS, 

GAVITT, DAVE 

GAVITT SAYS NO LIMIT ON ACC IN NCAA 

GAY, HARVEY R, JR. (OALEIGHl 

ACTING FINANCE DIRECTOR NAMED 

GAYNER, pay jr. IPISGAH FOREST) 

TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY OFVELOPER FINED MORE THAN S12,000 

GEE. ALHAYNE C. 

3 LEAD FQMISTEN CAMPAIGN 
BLAMING EOMtSTEN IS A KNOX PL3Y 
EDMISTEN QUELLS CRITICISM 

GEER, MANIE 

SHE WAS SO GOOD THEY TAPED NARRATIVE OF HOW SHE DID IT 

GcHLBACh, CAROL (CHAPEL HILLI 

FRIENDSHIP FORCE EXTENDS IIS HAND 
FRIENDSHIP FORCE PULLS CULTURES CLOSER 

GEMAYEL, AMIN 

•...I SHOULD TAKE THEIR MINDS JFF LEBANON BY. 

GENEEN, HAROLD S. 

AUDITORIUM TO BE NAMED FOR GE'IEEN 
AUDITORIUM TO BE NAMED 



6/11/84 
6/11/84 



12/23/84 
6/28/84 
6/03/94 
2/10/84 
3/21/84 B 
6/02/84 D 



1 P N M7 1 



F G09 
U 018 
N 



3/13/84 
5/26/94 
5/2")/84 



H 2 11/16/84 3 2 P F H45 



2/18/84 
2/21/94 



•SCHOOL PRAYER?* (CARTOON) H 2 2/10/84 A ATT R56 



GENERAL, BEAUTY 

N.C. PRICE FOR SLAYER IS $5,000 

GENTLE, BRIAN C. (MINISTER! 

GENTLE IS ON SEMINARY FACULTY 

GENTRY, ADOLPHUS 

PARAPLEGIC HELD IN MOTHER'S 0= ATH 

GENTRY, C. T. 

CIVITAN IS NOT 



1/27/84 
1/29/84 



2/29/84 A 
8/25/84 A 
5/15/84 B 



1 



A MALE-ONLY ORSANIZATION 
(HILLSBOROUGH! 



GENTRY, CLSRENCE J. 
OBITUARY 

GENTRY, OOLPHUS C. 

MAN HELD IN SLAYING TO UNOERG] TESTS 



H 2 7/13/84 A 4 L 
H 2 a/30/84 3 8 



GENTRY, ENOCH 

PARAPLEGIC HELD IN MOTHER'S 05 



ATH 



H 1 5/18/94 B I 



H 2 5/15/84 B I 



N 



GENTRY, JERRY 

THINKING ABOUT SURVIVAL. MQOA.ITY, COFFEE 

HOPE IS PLANT IfjG A WALNUT TREE 

IN QUEST DF THE GREA lUY 

FOR ASIAN FLU, TRY A DOSE OF MITTY 

RETIREES RATE REAGAN 

IT TAKES TWO TO DANCE - OR TA-IGLE 

FIVE 'HERALD' HPITCRS. ART CRITIC HONORED 

A CRADLE WITH CHARACTER 

0, WHAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS B= ON APRIL 1 

MYSTERY TOUR TRACKS DURHAM'S 'AST, FUTURE 

ENOOkSEMENTS : CREDIBILITY POO'LEM 

PIEASURF-SEFKERS ARFN'T ALWSV; HEOONISTS 

EXPLOSIVE GROWTH IS A NEW FACT OF LIFE IN DURHAM COUNTY. 

REMFMHEH MQM, BUT DON'T GO OV' REGARD 

THE GENERALIST: A Chat with him IS » CULTURAL TRIP 

MANTEO PLUM=:S ANO BRACES FOR =IRST COLONY CELEBRATION 

ATTACK ON SIKH TEMPLE A TRAGE'^Y FOR INDIA 

TODAY'S HIGH-TECH BlBY 

AFRICANS ATTACK LEGAL, CULIIC GENPER TAPOOS 

FRETTING OVER ANOTHER'S TRIAL' 

QUALIFICATIONS "ORE I"P?RTANT THAN SEX 

HER FUTURE IS DURHAM-STYLE SOJTHERN 

JUST WHAT IS 'FREE TIME' ANYWAY? 



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3/07/34 




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3/16/84 




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3/19/84 




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7 


4/04/84 




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4/22/84 


1) 


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4/25/84 


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5 


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5/0'-/84 


I) 


5 


F 


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7 


5/13/84 


II 


4 


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7 


5/25/84 


A 


5 


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6/10/84 


n 


5 


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G33 


7 


6/14/84 


A 


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NAMES 



PAGE 113 
l/l',/85 



THE GPEATEST INVEMTION OF ALL: 4 LAHN MOWER THAT STARTS 

NnW YOU'LL KNOW THAT SHE HAS NO WART a i «M 3 

MY JUNK tS Trif IB TREASURE 

UNC AND THE '£.0S 

U.S. TOURISTS: TOO MANY RUSES 

TAKING A LOOK AT VOTER IrjOEP EM O^NC E'' 

ELECTION DAY: IT'S No TIME TO CHANGE BULOS 

RLEASF. NO MORE TURKEY DAYS 

FOLLUW YOUR HEART TO THF GRANT LANO 

...AND DON'T FORGET 10 DISCOVFR PORTUGAL 

FOR WANT OF A GOOD 300K ILARG7 PRINT!, A KEEN, OLD MIND LANGUISHES 

IN A HURD. WHAT IS CHRISTMAS 

GENTRY, MICHAEL 

TRIP TO THE ALTAR TOOK NINE YiARS 

GENTRY, MICHAEL "ONROE (TIHflERLAKEl lOECEASEDI 
MAN SWEPT THROUGH CULVERT DIES 

GENTRY, PAT (SCOTLAND CO. I (0ECE3S=0I 

f'uS II9Sfc°S'''S?5 5"''^ BFFOHE SROCERY SET ON FIRE 
TWO PFiJPLE SHOT AND STORE SET AFIRE 

GENTRY, THCOPESSrE 

PAHAPLEGIC HELD IN MOTHER'S DEATH 
MAN HELD IN SLAYING TO UNDERGO TESTS 

GENTRY, TOMMY 

DURHAM Family wins honor 

GEORGE, BOB 

FOLKS ARUUNO HERE: THE MAY THINGS ARE 

GEORGE, CRITZ (ENERGY DEPT.) 

DECISION ON N-HASTE SITE SAID YEARS OFF 

GEORGE, ELAINE "KELLY" lOECEASED) 
091TUARY 

GEORGE, GARY ALAN 

$2,500 REWARD PUT UP 

GEORGE, NELSON dlLLBOARD MAGAZINEI 
ROCK -N' ROLL 

GEORGE, STEPHEN LEE (DECEASED) 

DURHAM MAN KILLED IN FAYETTEVILLE 

GEORGE, ThURMAN 

U-OAY STILL REAL FOR DURHAM M^ N 
AN EXAMPLE OF FAITH 

GEORGE, VERNON 

ADVISER'S PAY LIKELY HIS LAST 

GECRGUDE, GREGORY DR. 

SINGLE OPERATION GOOD ALTERNATIVE FOR CANCER PATIENTS 
GEOHGIADE, NICHOLAS G. DR. 

INFORMATION WAS MISLEADING 

GEORGIEV, JORDAN (BULGARIAN REFUGE=I 
ESCAPE FROM dULGARIA 

GERARD, DOROTHY 

SHE CARES FOR WILDLIFE 

GERGEN, DAVID 









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S 2 7/06/8", A 1 P N S80 

H 2 8/23/8", a 1 D U 

H 1 3/1",/"", B 1 N 

H 2 6/22/8", C 6 

H 2 1/12/8", A 13 N 

S 2 6/21/8", I P F B71 

H 2 I/09/B", B 6 



S 7 6/06/P", A 1 P N S09 
H 2 12/27/8", A ". L 



H 2 2/19/8", C 12 N H90 

S 2 11/30/8", A 10 N 

H 2 3/30/8", A 4 L 

H 2 9/23/84 D 1 P F CIO 

S 2 9/13/84 D 3 P F B71 



'"Y JOB IS TO HELP REAGAN BE FpFECTIVF' 

FOLKS APOUND HERE: IN THE POLITICAL WORLD 

TOUGH JOS MADE TOUGHER 

GERGEN, WALKER TO GIVE SPEECHFS 

DURHAM HIGH WILL HONOR 4 GR40JATES 

1,700 PUPILS TO GRADUATE 

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERSHIP NFEDE3 

JULY 4TH: WE'RE COMING OUT OF THE SHADOWS 

TAR HEELS PICKED FOR AWARDS 

LESSONS FROM THE FELOSTFIN S4SA 

MS. ffrrapo is munoalE's trum' card 

CARTER'S APPEARANCE SHOWS MONOALE FLAW 

CUO"0: A PATH OUT OF WILDERNESS 

RFPUBLICANS CAN'T AFFORD A O-Tu-S CAMPAIGN 

SOME PROBLEMS COULD FACE GOP CONVENTION 

FBRRARO FINANCE?: SHE'S NOT Q-: F THE HIIOK 

CPP: ^EW LEADERS, NEW IDEAS ON THE MARCH 

HAS REAGAN REACHED THE PINNACLE' 

SOVIETS OOOER THE 000" SLAM"E"I ON WEST GERMAN TIES 

LONDON'S LESSON FDR REAGANITES GtKMAN TIES 

HOORAY! THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING 

GERGEN SERVES what purpose^ 

REAGAN SHOULD SHED HIS COCOON 

CONTINUITY VALUED OVER FRESH = LOOO 

DEBATE STAKES WERE HIGH 

BUSH HELPS TEAM, BUT MORE NEEDED 

DEBATE PROBABLY SEALED REAGAN VICTORY 

BISHOPS SPEAK OUT ON POVERTY 

n'fJPY-PRESS FIGHT OPENS SOI E DOORS 

U.S. ECONOMY ON HOT COALS 

kh,\*}' I?f^jy5'',j°* '■'-AN DOOMED FROM THE START? 

{".IVJ-rHl ni'^Tnlull llVnlVo"' "''""''' """E^^--"^ NEEDY AT HOME 

GERLIIZ, KENNETH E. 
TAR HEEL LUCK 

GERMAN, DAN 

CANDIDATES LACK CHARACTER 

GERMINO, DANTE 

FOLKS -AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
S.^Ii IS2SJ5 PEOPLE SHOULD BEAT THE DRUMS 
DUKF SPORTS COVERAGE FxCELLENT 
GERMINO LETTER CALLED UNFAIR 

GERMINO, EUGENE (RETIRED ABC EMPLOTEE) 



H 2 


1/15/84 





2 


P N 


H 2 


2/10/84 


3 


1 


D U 


S 2 


4/24/P4 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


5/03/84 


B 


5 


N 


H 2 


6/07/84 


B 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/07/84 


C 


1 


N C05 


H 2 


6/09/84 


A 


5 


P N A54 


S 2 


6/09/84 


A 


3 


P N COS 


H 2 


6/24/84 





5 


P U 


H 2 


6/27/84 


A 


5 


P U 


H 2 


7/01/84 


A 


4 


P U 


H 2 


7/02/84 


A 


4 


E 


H 2 


7/03/84 


D 


5 


U 


H 2 


7/15/84 


A 


4 


U 


H 2 


7/19/84 


A 


4 


u 


H 2 


7/20/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


7/25/B4 


A 


5 


(f 


H 2 


8/20/84 


A 


5 


J 


H 2 


8/23/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


8/27/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


8/29/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


9/07/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


9/13/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


9/18/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


9/24/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 2 


9/30/P4 





5 


u 


H 2 


10/06/84 


A 


4 


u 


H 7 


10/09/84 


A 


4 


u 


H 2 


10/17/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


lD/27/84 


A 


4 


u 


H 2 


10/29/04 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


11/09/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


U/19/B4 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


11/27/84 


A 


4 


u 


H 2 


12/04/84 


A 


4 


u 


H 2 


12/1 1/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


12/14/8,, 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


12/17/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


12/26/84 


A 


5 


u 


H 2 


12/31/84 


A 


5 


u 



H 2 12/05/84 A 4 L 
H 2 10/22/84 A 4 L 



2 a/15/84 B 

2 10/16/84 A 

2 10/22/84 A 

2 10/22/84 A 



1 D U 

4 L 

4 L 

4 L 



.M0NTHLT/4N'<U4L INDEX 

1/01/64 - 12/31/94 



the custokeos khotf well what 'hey wint 
germin". juli4 •■"aha" (age 9° » 

m4m4 geamino will ee 100 on hither's day 
these'll put flowers all 0»er bonnie brae 

juoce"shqulo"sp6no time in clerk's office 
gerritsen. elizabeth tho-<as (deceaseo) 

0BITU4RY 

GERT. CHARLIE 

FOLKS 4POUN0 HERE: LIFE IN DU' HAM 

''^^^'"COUPlI find LOVF SECOND TIME » ROUND 

GETTt EARL R. MR. AND MRS* , , ^, 

EPA TT ASK COMPANY TO PSY FOR WATER LINES 
EP4 ASKS EXTcOMINATDR TO PAY 
7 families may have to wait IWTIL DECEMBER FOR CITY WATER 

GEYEBf JUDITH (aAHAMAJ 

arorteo babies also suffer 

ghee. elsif g. ichapel hilli 
obituary 

r.HlRAROELLI . ROBFRT G. ,,, „.^„, 

CISTERNS WOULD SOLVE DURHAM RJNOFF PROBLEMS 

GHORY, PATRICIA DR. 

BHNE MARROW TRANSPLANT SAVES 1 OY AT DUKE 

''^^^BALLETl^JITTERBUi. WALTZ - IT'S ALL '"OVING' FUN TO HER 
GIBBONS DANCING TO DOCTORATE 

GIBBONS* JEFF 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

GIBBONS* JOHN J. 

FIREARMS OROINANCr TRAMPLES RIGHTS 
FORMS OF HANDGUN CONTROL ALREADY EXIST 

TEACHERS SHOULD PADDLE KIDS T? SHOW LOVE 

GI^BS* JOSE?" F. Ill 

HEALTH CENTER A BLESSING 

GIBSON. CARRIE HUDSON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

GIBSriN* CHARLIE (SCULPTGRI 

HE'S BACK IN ART AGAIN 

GIBSON* FLORA IDECEASEDI 
OBIT(JARY 

GIBSON* JEFFREY DARNELL 

3RD MCOUAIG RETRIAL BEGINS 

TESTIMONY RESUMES IN MC3UAIG RETRIAL 

JURY MULLS MURDER CASE 

JURY CONVICTS MCQUAIG OF 2ND-1EGREE MURDcR 

GIBSON* PAUL (GREcNSaoRO) 

SUIT AGAINST JAIL IS SETTLED 

GIDDENS* DANIEL f. (jilSTN) 

FORMER DURH4M R40I0 M4N DIES IN SHOOTOUT 

GI0U2* ROLAND "R. AND MRS. (CHAPEL HILLI 
UNC SHOULD SAVE COKER HOME 

GILBERT, CPEIGMTCN (YALEI 
GILBERT TO SPEAK 

'^""^"c'lENnsfs'^AT U«C TURN BACK -CLOCKS' TO CONTROL INSECTS 

GILBERT, MARGIE FRANCES (DECEASEOl 
OBI TUARY 

GILBERT* MARIE 

'MORE POEMS THAN ALL MY FINGE'S AND TOES' 

GILBERT* MARK (S"ITHFIEL?1 

PRISON OFFICIALS SEARCH FOR UMSTEAO ESCAPEE . 

TEEN ESCAPES FROM CENTER 

*■* UPSFT WIN 6FTS ORANGE BACK ON THE RIGHT TRACK 

ORANGE HIGH'S GIL30 NAMEO MID-STATE COACH 0= YEAR 

GILCHRIST* CHARLES H. DR. 

SHOWI'lG THE WAY 

CHOIRS A CREDIT TO -ICCU HERITSGE 

NCCU'S CELEBRATION MARKS 75TH ANNIVERSARY 

MAN'S LUNG PUNCJPEO IN STABBING 
3 SREAK-IN ATTEMPTS FAIL 

GILES* MARY JANE (TEACHE'I , ■ , 

FOURTH-GRADERS AIR WASTE SUE CONCERNS 

GILES* ROGER_^^^ CHARGED WITH MURD=R FACES N.C.'S DEATH PENALTY 
TFENS CHARGED WITH MURDER WILL NOT GET SEPARATc TRIALS 
MURDER TRIAL OF TEENS RAISE? DEBATE ON DEATH PENALTY 
MfirlON FOR "ISTRIAL DENIED IN TEENS' MuROER CASE 
PUTTING TEENS TO Dfc4IH WOULD DEEPEN 4 TRAGEDY 
HCTION ON TEEN'S ST4TEMENTS DENIED 
T4PFS WON'T BE USED 4S fvIDENCE IN MyRoER TRIAL 
TEEN TESTIFIES friend STRUCK ''AN WITH AX 
JURY CONSIDERS VERDICT IN TEENS' "U'DER TolAL 
TWO TEENS CONVICTED OF KILLING ELDERLY man 
SECOND TEEN IS SENTENCED IN MJRDER CASE 

GILL. LEON THROWER "KNOTTY" (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

GILLAM* JOHN (STATE REP. I 

FAIRCLOTH STRESSES ECONOMIC PLAN 







PAGi U4 
1/14/95 


S I 
F EL 
DATE C PG L 


T 
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P BYL 




2 6/17/34 8 


1 P 


U H49 




! 2 5/12/94 A 
1 2 5/15/84 3 


1 P 

2 P 


N J 56 
U 




1 2 9/10/84 A 


4 


L 




1 2 9/01/84 A 


9 







1 2 5/19/04 B 


1 


u 




< 2 2/12/B4 B 


2 P 


F J4C 




> 2 8/02/94 A 
4 Z a/03/94 3 
( 2 8/08/84 3 


I 
1 
1 


N K90 
N 

N B30 




< 2 11/19/94 4 


4 


L 




H 2 ll/19/''4 4 


9 







H 2 7/27/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 5/11/94 3 


1 


N 930 




H 2 4/23/94 9 
S 2 7/21/84 A 


1 P 
3 P 


G L3? 
N S80 




H 2 3/03/84 D 


6 = 


F 




S 2 3/29/94 A 
H 2 7/3D/94 A 


4 
4 


L 
L 




H 2 9/05/34 4 


4 T T LSI 




H 2 5/14/94 A 


4 


L 




H 2 3/03/94 B 


6 







S 2 12/13/94 


2 P F 571 




H 2 2/14/84 A 


I 1 







S 2 3/26/94 4 
S 2 3/27/94 C 
S 2 3/28/94 C 
M 2 3/29/94 B 


3 
1 

I 
1 


N 

N M05 
N H05 
N S32 




H 2 3/25/94 B 


8 


N 




H 2 11/12/84 B 


1 


N 




H 2 5/15/94 A 


4 


L 




H 2 1/23/84 C 


1 


N 




H 2 10/11/94 A 


I 


P N U80 




H 2 3/01/94 B 


5 







H 2 6/03/34 


3 


U H4 5 




H 2 10/29/94 
S 2 10/29/84 A 


! 
6 


N 

N 




H 2 9/23/94 C 
H 2 11/15/94 


13 

1 


N C36 
N 




S 2 */12/94 
S 2 4/19/94 4 
H 2 4/24/84 A 


10 

4 

4 


P P 
L 
L 




M 2 10/07/94 B 
S 2 10/08/94 C 


9 
1 


N 
N 




S 2 12/21/B4 C 


2 


N 




H 2 a/12/'>4 A 
H 2 8/24/94 A 
H 2 9/04/04 4 
H 2 9/04/94 A 
S 2 9/06/94 A 
M 2 9/07/84 8 
M 2 9/08/94 B 
" 2 9/11/94 B 
H 2 9/12/94 A 
H 2 9/13/94 A 
H 2 9/15/94 A 


12 
10 
19 
15 

4 

5 
5 
7 
9 
14 
12 


N 
N 

N 

N 

E 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




H 2 6/16/84 C 


4 







H 2 5/03/84 3 


6 


N 





MONTHUY/A 



N N u A L 
l/01/8<. 



INDEX 



P4G6 115 



JU°i'^i^5 GETS NOMINATiriN AGAINST TWO CHALLFNGERS 
BOWLES GIVES UNnx ENOORSEXENT " ■- i-i- n^cK:, 

GILLFSKIE. ALEX 

COUNCIL OEFFRS ACTION ON PUBLIC SAFETY 

COUNCIL DELAYS PSO STUDY 

?fli°i'^I^c""-'- RECEIVE SERVICES STARTING MONDAY 

FIRM MAY EVALUATE RECYCLING PLANT'S IMPACT 

?s';^£l=""' "^VIEW WON'T INVOLVE EXTRAS, PANEL TOLD 

JOO PEOPLE APPLY FOR ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER JOS 

CITY PUBLISHES 'GIFT GUIDE' FD R PARKS AND RECRE AT ION 

GILLESPIE, DOROTHY 

JOYFUL NOISE AT MEREDITH 

GILLESPIE, FRANCES lARTISTI 
ARTIST TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

GILLESPIE, YANCEY DR. 

8RAIN CANCER VACCINE IS EXTEN:)ING LIFESPAN 
LASER TECHNIQUE HELPS FIGHT CANCER CELLS 

GILLEY, JAMES R. IWASHINGTHN GROUP INC. I 

WASHINGTON GROUP SETTLEMENT U'GEO TO END LAWSUITS 

GILLIAM, JOHN B. (PEP. I 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

'■"-'•IE, CALVIN inuRHAM TECHNICAL I>ISTITUTEI 

LIFETIME COMMITMENT CONSIDERED ROUTINE FOR JAPANESE FIRMS 
GILLIL4N0, STANLEY E. 

COURT SAYS PROFESSORS CAN'T GET ROYALTIES 

GILMORE, BERTHA J. (OECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

GILMORE, B=TTY 

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES' WIVES CAMPAIGNING. TOO 

GILMORF, CHRISTINE TUMER IMARYLANOI IDECEASEOl 

GILMORE, HENPY DANIEL (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

''"-""Sn.'TniS^S^ '^°^'- ICHAPtL HILL) IDECEASEOl 

UM 1 I UA RY 

GILMORE, TOM 

GILMORE FILES FOR GOVERNOR 
CONSOLIDATION OF CASES SOUGHT 

cm,r??^=,?yl„S'k'"'' l^fE TO JOIN GOVERNOR'S PACE 
fP^£?I°?S' GROUP ENDORSES GILMORE 
'?r'2iSJ^^.''°'' GOVERNOR REALISTIC AND RATIONAL 
G'1-"P«E HELPS N.C. EDUCATORS DUY TIME 
ronnoo^i^'^^oJ"" GILMORE FOR GOVERNOR 

^s^^^^urEN^SirpSis^jaJ^^iigRi^"™^^"^" °' "^^°^'- 




GieM3«E°!^{l%;]60«''s6ME'tlT'°« ■''5'J«'"" POST AGAIN 



BLACKS URGED TO VOTE FOR R£PU=1LICANS 
^L;B|RNATJRIAL CANDIDATES MAKE' STRATEGY ADJUSTMENTS 
rnnl = .,KSS?'-"^ ^""^ GILMORE F^ R GOVERNOR 
Hl^RTrilgSioii 'TrSntTSVc"'"-' CAMPAIGNING. TOO 
EXPANDED MARKETS URGED PY GILMQRE 
GILMORE BACKS SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT 

9V?SS^^''"'""- CANDIDATES OlFFFR QN SOME CRIMINAL JUSTICE I 
? ^mSSI ?K^J*5 "'^" "<^'< T° S.IPPORT END OF RiIndFFS 
GILMORE TO SPEAK IN CITY tomorrow = " "'^ "urNu,-!-^ 
GILMORE NEEDS BURST AT FINISH 
GILMORE RAPS OPPONENTS' RIGHTS STANDS 
GILMORE UNOAUNIEO 8Y POLL RESJLTS 
THE UUIET DEMOCRATS 'v'^aJLii 

GUBFRNATURIAL CAMPAIGN SPENDING TOPS $5.7 MILLION 
EOMISTEM URGES VOTES AS 'MOUNTAIN GOVFRMDR' 
C.'tlM^^^'thS'^P^^'^.l^'- '^' «R5ts3N''?5;SN0MlNT 
PEl5?e°F^s"i^^Ki-ei?t;^ Sp'Auf^?Ni'' "" E-'^SROWS .CARTOON, 
GILMORE NAMES ORANGE CO-CHAIRMEN 
fw'.SiS'I^I ^3W ACTION ON ECONJMY, EDUCATION 
CANDIDATES' HOPES HIGH IN LAST-MINUTE RO^ 
i^'^£^';f!^J??"r'; HOPEFULS -IaKE STOPS AT ROU°^ 
9i'j9J9JJE5 TRY LAST-MINUTE CA'PAIGNS 

l??,!T^r^.K^'„?V°J OUTRUN pack: F. IRCLOTh 3PD: "ARTIN 
Mr«InS Tul^J^^^^J",""""'"' COJNTy: FOR GOVERNOR 
JACKSON THE WINNER IN DURHAM 



EASY GOP VICTORY 



DURHAM PACKS JACKSON 

<^'ff,'<,f'RST TO HAND OUT ENDORSEMENT 




S WHY HE ENDORSED KNOX 



GILMORE WILL SPEAK 



GINGRICH, NEWT IR-r,A. | 

GA. CONGRESSMAN LABELS DEMOCRATS 'SELFISH' SPENDTHRIFTS 
GINSPURG. HERBERT 

TRAIN TEACHERS FOR COMPUTERS, TWO EXPERTS SAY 
GINSBURG, RON ICH4PEL HILLI 

COUNCIL HAS HELPFUL 

GIROUX. LEO (OECEASEDI 

MAN. 69. KILLED CROSSING STRE'T 

DURHAM MAN STRUCK BY CAR AND <ILLFO 
GIST. HERMAN (REP. I 

VOTER REGISTRATION CASE WON'T BE PROSECUTED 

'''''l?A"TE;ry3S?.^TS°?iY'^E'5u??'I=>T'^ RECREATION, 
GIVENS. JAMES (HILLSBOROUGH, 

211S ,!^tI^^F''5Ed in assault. 'URGLARY 

MAN gets <.0 years FOR ASSAULT 



E 

DATE C 

5/10/6<. A 

S/lS/Bl. A 

3/20/O1, P 

3/20/9<. A 

7/07/8", A 

d/lA/e<. B 

10/0<,/n<. B 

10/30/8'. C 

U/IO/9* A 



PG L P BYL 



N SSI 

N K90 

N K90 

N K90 

N 

N 

N Mb9 



H ? 2/03/8<, D I P F G6B 
S 2 IO/ll/e<> D 6 P N 



S 2 li/20/Si, B I N J56 
S 2 li/18/8', C <• N 



H 2 12/12/94 A 15 



H 2 <,/21/8<, B 



1 



N 



H 2 3/25/B<> B 9 N CI 

H I 8/30/81 B I N 

H 2 5/31/8<. A 18 

H 2 <,/ll/e<, A 7 F 

H 2 <,/28/e<, A 14 

H 2 5/23/8<. B 5 

H 2 3/08/8". A 10 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



l/0A/R<, A 
l/J5/8<, A 
l/05/8<, A 
l/29/e<, C 
2/01/8A A 
2/09/8<. A 
2/l?/8A B 
2/13/81. C 
2/17/8<, A 
3/15/84 A 
3/26/P4 A 
3/27/84 C 
3/27/84 C 
4/02/B4 A 
4/03/84 A 
4/05/84 C 
4/06/84 C 
4/10/84 A 
4/10/84 A 
4/10/84 C 
4/11/84 A 
4/12/84 A 
4/19/84 C 
4/19/84 C 
4/21/84 A 
4/23/»4 A 
4/24/84 C 
4/24/84 C 
4/26/84 B 
4/26/84 C 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 C 
5/01/84 C 
5/02/84 A 
5/02/84 3 
5/02/84 B 
5/03/84 A 
5/08/84 B 
5/08/84 C 
5/08/34 C 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 C 
5/09/84 A 
5/11/84 A 
5/12/84 A 
5/26/84 A 
5/29/84 A 
7/11/84 A 
7/25/84 A 
8/08/84 A 
0/26/84 A 



P N 
N 



N C60 
N B31 
N A54 

E 
E 



H 2 10/21/84 A 14 
H 2 6/04/84 A 11 
S 2 3/31/84 A 4 



H 2 9/12/84 3 1 
S 2 9/12/84 A 12 



H 2 11/29/84 C 12 
H 2 5/27/84 A 13 



S 2 ■ 8/17/84 A 5 
H 2 8/18/84 A 5 



A54 
C05 



T R56 

N 046 

N 

N 

M <66 

N COS 



N L41 

N K90 

N 046 

N 

L 

L 

L 

N 

L 

N 



N K45 

N 

L 

N 



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I 



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HON THL y / »N^--^U/^^L _ .^-.^DJ^X 6. N»-ES -^t^UI 

S I T 

X F E L V 

o DATE C PG L " =>1\. 

'"''■*°'«EARIwic»lNG'sE»VICE FO" CONE MILLS JOOLESS H ? U/l"/B<. » ". E 

SENSATIONAL SAKBaGE " ^ la/il/v-, A 5 L 

GLASS. AtlNE K. COcCEASEDl , 3/7f,/B4 B 2 T 

'"-'-'"ooN-f III:)- garage " 2 ii/06/9<. a <• l 

^"■'"fOlSs'IrSSnO here: -ITH THE HALO SET H 2 7/3l/a<. B I T U 

'^'■*"l9"ilLuSN's2lT-lGAINST CITY ALLEGES FALSE ARREST H 2 S/Jl/BA B 1 N S32 

^■-'"^hI '3'-?S''6M£"o!l:ESli'-' " ^ 10/K./8. E . P F j<.0 

GLAZFNER.^EO^ OF AGRICULTURAL SCIPITtSTS SEEN WITHIN DECADE h 1 5/30/84 3 1 N 

'^'■^'"'ilLLie^!"LnvFTT RE-ELECTED DJRHAM COHMITTEE CHAIRMAN « 2 12/l7/e<. A 1 N 

'^'--""oBiiullr*""'^"''' '°^-"S"i H J lo/oo/e-. a lo T 

GLENN, GEORGE MILLIE lOECEASEOl . , S/26/84 B 1 <. 

QBITUARV ' 1/co/a-' o I" -I 

GLENN, HERPERT VINCENT lOECEASEDl . , ?/07/a<. B <» G 

QBITUARV "^ i/Ui/O-, D 

'^'-^''"ouiiE''" Civi'^Iw.ROS TO COMQ. =OUR OTHERS ■ " 2 U/00/84 6 5 N P80 

'"■""'fF;!|:;1l!£;r MICROHAVE OVEN STDLEN „^^^ " | \%',\\',IX "k I N 

POLICE ARREST THREE ON BURCLA'V CHARGES 5 Z 10/lZ/8<. A 5 N 

GLFNN, JEAN C. e , ?/m/S4 A 4 L 

POTHQLES STILL AROUND ^ "^ <:/l!!/54 

'''"'"'"'jOHn"^' F».» . n^T IM ^OArF A<; Fl FrTION SPACE SHUTTLE LEAVES HIM (CARTOON! M 2 Z/.H/.','- A i. T T P45 
SOUTH 

f°?.'iiiA?N^':aHS'^;i^rB;iTS. HOARDING |?«E SHIP FOR HO-e .CARTOON, H | 3/l^>?4 5 ;4 T T R56 

FnRMER^ASTRONAUT:__HUNr UNDERSTANDS NEED FOR DEFENSE H 2 }g^|J^^* l\ J 

GLFNN, LINDA (MIDWIFE ADVOCATE) _ , 1/77/ft4 q -» w 

DEBATE CONTINUES OVER SAFETV OF MIDWIFERY 5 2 3/27/84 B 3 M 

GLENN, OTIS AND KNOWLTON , „ , iri/3ft/04 F R p u -".Tfl 

MUMS PUT ON FALL SHOW AT THE SLENN'S HOUSE H 2 10/28/84 E 6 P J ^78 

'^'■^'*''l!uSDeR"vtcTlS-'s KIN SUES FOl(R PSYCHIATRISTS, DUKE H 2 9/07/84 B I «- S5l 

""■""':ET?E^''kNO^iSg KNOX WAS -IN = R»CR • _ « | 1'30/|4 A 4 L 

KNOX -TOUGH, CLEVER- IN PREVENTING CRIM^ S 2 ''^^/J* 1 4 L 

KNOX TOUGH, INNOVATIVE IN CRIME PREVENTIliN H 2 J/"'?' 1 4 C 

KNOX CHANGE IS SiOOENING " ' l0/l>)/84 A 4 L 

GLIOEWELL, POwELL U. (CHATHAM MANU=. CO.) , 7/J7/94 A 6 N 

CHATHAM MANUFACTURING NAMES N= W PRESIDENT H 2 7/ZT/34 A 6 - 

GLISSON, THERESA „ , 3/17/84 B 1 P F 330 

TALKING HANDS COACH MOM IN L A^ OR " ^ 3/1 '/a4 I >• =ou^ 

GLOSSON, GERTRUDE RAVNON (DECEASED! „ , B/05/S4 B 2 

OBITUARY " ' <J/U5/-I4 D £ u 

^''"°"j3oGE''lA?roR0NKEN-ORIVING LAW VIOLATES E3UAL PROTECTION FQR TEENS H 2 7/15/84 A 10 N 

GLOVER, RICKY L== (SHELSVI , , 7/13/04 C 3 N 

FOUR CHARGcO WITH ROBBERIES ^ ^ Z/13/84 l :> 1 

='■"'"'1 Jn^I^IENtIs?? 'to FIGHT SMO<ING H 2 8/17/84 A I, N 

''''''"biA^?L"Hl[rLl.O°«"aS^°GOaPEL dies at HOME AFTER LONG ILLNESS H 2 7/27/94 A 14 

GOPBEL, LUTmER l. ._ M 7 10/lfa/B4 A 4 L 

,haT HAPPENED Tn VIRGINITY? " | {?;5o^b4 1 4 L 

LETTER CORRECTED " ^ 11/3U/114 

'°'*'^OU^SRbJG''p^^ir"ASSlNISTRAT0R " > '^^7/84 B 1 N 

'^°°*'J«;R^gr::;sf GET permit 5 2 '/2*/'* ^ ' *"<" 

GOPFREV, HAROLD WAYNE JR. , ,_, l, ■, A/7q/fl4 B I N 

LEE COUPLE ARPESTEO ON MARIJUANA CHARGES " 5 6/21/B4 cs I 

GOOFPEV, HORACE 0. „ 5 3/25/84 BIN 

PAC OF TOBACCO WORTH H MILLI3N " ^ 3/<:M/t!4 

GODFREY, ROBERT TAYLOR . ,^, c 7 s/3n/B4 A « N 

DURHAM MAN FACES SREAK-IN. THEFT CHARGES S 2 5/30/84 

'■'°°"EeE c'6SIl*I*a5=?STEO on MARIJUANA CHARGES " 3 6/29/84 B 1 N 

'^°°"rE6ESil:'i3:Ng':;5^v'lKg^CTt"six people on G.-BL.NG count h 2 U/2T/84 . .3 N 

'"•'"""o5iver"dion-t stop after killing oog » 2 xno/eu a 4 l 

GODWIN, KEVIN SEAN (FORT BRAGG! „ , 3/04/84 B 1 P N M51 

4 ARRESTED IN AUTO TAG THEFT " ' 

GODWIN, LARRY ^ u 2 -9/27/84 B I N W36 

FARMERS CAN GET UREAK ON LOANS " ' 1 1 i ' I <1- 



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FOLKS ARUUNn HEPE: THE MAY THTM^.S ARC 
FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE'S L I K= THAT 

GODwtNt OLIvr 

BORN TO DANCEt BORN TO TEACH 

GOETZL. UGO OR. I DURHAM CD. GEN. HJSPITALI 
STROKES IN STEADY DECLINE 

GOINS. aARRARA AMiN (PURLINGTONt 

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS SIX PEOPLE ON GAMBLING COUNT 

f^OINS. ELr^OOO HHITTED IVERMONT] ID'CEASEDI 

GOLBY, ROBERT L. 0" . 

TIRED OF DIRTY CAMPAIGN 

GOLD. ARNOLD CAPTAIN 

GOLD NAMED 4SSIST4NT CHIEF IM CHAPEL HILL 
GOLD NAMED ASSISTANT POLICE C^IEF 

GOLDEN. JOSEPH DR. (SYRACUSE, N.Y.I 
BULLISH ON CULTURE 

GOLDENSTEIN, GENE I H t LL SPOROUGH I 
BUILD A MEMORIAL 

G0L0M4N. L4UREL 

POETS. NOVELISTS. SHORT STORY WRITERS SLATED TO READ AT LIBRARY MEETING 
GOLDSMITH. JUDY 

PPESnENT OF NOW TO ADDRESS MEETING 

WOMEN CHEER DEMOCRATS 

NOW PROMOTES WOMEN'S ISSUES 

GOLOWASSFR. ELISE (DURHAM COMPANIONS PROGRAMI 
LOOK OUT FOR -BIG BRO THER' SOI. IC I TORS 

GOLOHATER, BARRY 

ELECTION MADNESS 

GOMASO, P. 

WOMAN FOR VP NOT A NEW IDEA 

GONZALEZ. EUSEBin 

PUERTO RICAN TENOR To PERFORM ON SUNDAY 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

GOOCH, BENf'ie (DECFASEO) 
OBITUARY 

GOnCH, ESTOY RUDD (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY 

GOOCH. HENRY JP . "BUTCH" 

3 CHARGES FILED IN DRUG RAID 

GOOCH, JAMES WILLI4H JR. 

4D-YEAR-ULD HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE GETS DIPLOMA FROM STATE OFFICIALS 
GOOCH, LEWIS (STEHI 

"SIXTY-FIVE YEARS AGO. THIS WAS 4 aOO-lNG PLACE." 

GOOCH, MATTHEW WILLIAM SR. (OECEASEOI 
OB I T U A R Y 

GOOCH, ROBERT (PROTHFSIS M4KERI 

NEW LIMBS GIVE AMPUTEES HOPE FOR NORMAL LIFE 
GOOOALL, JANE DR. 

OR. goooall will visit N.C. ZIO 

GOODALL TO VISIT N.C. ZOO 

JANE GU004LL TO SPEAK 

J4Ne GOODALL TO SPEAK 

CHIMPANZEE RESEARCHER TO GIVE TALK 

^3i^3iSi';;i;s^rRi?^E^° ^"'^ :.rfe^sboro 

GOODBAR, BETTY E. 

INSUaORniNATION CHARGE UNNECESSARY 

GUODE, L. M. (BURTf^N ELEMENTARY SCJOQLI 
DUKE STUDENTS TUTOR YOUNGSTERS 

GOODE, W. WILSON (PHILADELPHIA! 

PHILADELPHIA GETS FIRST 8L4CK MAYOR 

GOODFJCLD, ALAN S. (CHAPEL HILLI 
SILENT, GROUP PRAYERS ARE OK 

GOCIDGER. JULIUS G. 

MAN, 35. PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING STePF4rHER 

GOOOHEW, DUNC4N (SWIMMING! 
GOODHEW WEDS 

GOODIN. DANIEL R. (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

GOOOLIN, REBFCC4 

SHE'S 'GRANDMA' TO A WHILE CLASS 
GOODMAN, bILLY 

VANCE RANKS 3RD IN STATE 4-A POLL 
GOODMAN, JAY 

r4RHEEL BOY HERO VYING FQR TITLE: NO. 1 'SUPER KID' 
GOODMAN, KIMPERLY ( STATES VI LL E 1 

N.C. TEEN-AGER GtTS LIFF TERM IN SLAYING 

15-YEAR-OLD GETS LIFE FOR SuRD ER ^'-"""''^ 

GOODMAN, R. BLAIR (BURLINGTON DOME'-.TICS) 

IMPORTS THREATEN TEXTILE, APP4RFL FIRMS 

G00DM4N, R03ERT 0. JR. IC4PTURE0 AMERICAN PILOT! 
ONc-MAN, UNOFFICIAL DIPLOMACY A POOR InFA 

nn^^-^^i^**^^'^ ^^ SYRIA'S PUPP= T (CARTOON! 
PROFtSSQR SAYS COMMON POINTS S ET FL 1 6 R FREE 
;' "L,-i"^'15pN DESERVES PLAUDITS OF ALL 

R?"."j^SS^'5i^SsON"?S.rVH^i^OS?LfJ^SL'"' TROOPS.. .FROM LEBANON.. .7' 
GOODNIGHT, RANDY 



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1/01/6'. - U/Sl/B". l/l<./"5 

S T T 

ME ELY 

P D OiTE C PG L P "YL 

COUNTY TO BUY BI&&ED COMPUTER, COSTING 1583.000 H J '3/2'5/e'. 6 1 N '591 

'^•°'^°'"oenu"Y'"- "• '"S'^E'^EDl „ J 5/17/8<, A 18 

GorOSON. W. KENNETH i/io/a/. r 1 M 

BISHOP TO GIVE DUKE 400PESS 5 J './l"/''. C I N 

'^°'^""gOC1o"n'gIVES fish FBY for CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL S 2 5/10/64 A 1 N H05 

GUOOUIN, OALTON THOMAS ,, u , l/nT/n^ A 5 N 

MOTORCYCLIST HURT IN WRECK H ^ l/O'/B', A ^ N 

GOnOUIM, UIANE lOUPHAM CO. GENERAL HOSPITALI ^ „ „ „ , o/31/Oi. B 11 11 tUfl 

•IT CAN'T HAPPEN TO ME- ATTITJOE CAN BE DEADLY H 2 0/23/8'. B 13 U 930 

GOODWIN. R. n, „ P ^,/7f^/f^c. A A L 

MALL 'HARASSMENT. UNCALLED FOR " ^ b/iB/t', A - L 

GOODWIN. ROSA LEE I0ECEA5EDI • 0/77/81. 8 6 

OBITUARY " '^ •^/^i/1', o o u 

'^^°°''FaLK"ARSSN0''HE»E: LIEE IN OU' HArt H 2 7/28/8'. C 1 n u 

'^'^"""jbItSaRY^" '°""5E01 „ 2 l/lO/a-. A lA 

GOODWIN, WORTH , Q/ni/n4 n 1 p F AS'. 

SHUTTERS CLOSE ON GOODWIN'S G?ILL " ' 9/01/8'. B \ " f- as'. 

GORBACHEV.^MIKHAIL S.^^^^ ■ „ 3 ^,,„,,, , , 

"''^"°°¥5w5'lUE§''?riEiK°FE°S^lkL°''^SJNT FOR APARTMENT PROJECT H 3 7/27/8'. B 1 N W36 

GOPOON. JOANNE - , -,/-,c/o/ A 1 u 

KINOERGAKTNERS LEARN FROM COMPUTERS 5 2 7/25/84 A I N 

GORDON. ^M.OEL Pr'iCE (OECEASEDl „ ^ 10/2S/8A C 15 

GORDON. PAUL S- ^ , lyn-J/ni. a i. I 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT CONFIRMS LIFE'S VALUE H 2 3/03/8', A A L 

GORE. JOHN P. OR. 5 3 12/22/8'. A 3 " 

EK-MEOICAL EXAMINER. DR. GORE. DIES IN DUKE » ^ 12/23/8A B 2 

GORNTO. FANNIE FERRELL (OECEASEDl ,/77/Bi. 1 f, n 

OBITUARY " ' ili'l a-* t- o u 

GOSNELL. DORIS (LEYINGTONI , (,/71/nA A 10 P N 

JAYCEE WOMEN ELECT PRESIDENT " ^ 6/21/8A A 10 p N 

■^■^^^'FPyENOrSFflj MIRACLES TO LEU<EMIA VICTIM H 2 10/12/84 A A L 

GOSS. TONY IFOOTBALL PLAYERI , , „ . u 7 7/71/114 bin 

RANDLEMAN'S GPSS SIGNS TO CARRY CAROLINA'S PALL „^„,, ^„,^ " | ini/lt D 1 N C36 

COACHES' OFFENSIVE PLANS CENTiR AROUND RUNNING OF MCGILL. GOSS H 2 7/2<i/84 U I N L30 

GOULOj^^ODILc^ -SPICE RiCK' LINES HF R DRIVEWAY H 2 10/04/84 C I P F HOI 

'^°"^°0S'ffulRY'''' '■■ "'•^"^ "''■'■' '^^"""' H 2 4/11/84 A 6 

GOVIG. BERT (WRESTLER) ., ,^ „ w 7 ^/74/P4 r 10 P N C52 

EX-OUKE WRESTLER WINS SPOT ON OLY-PIC TEAM H 2 b^2^/gj L 10 R N L5^ 

ALMOST DOWN. BUT NEVER OUT:... BERT GOVIG " ? 7/22/94 C 2 R F C52 

GR^BOWSKI. HENRY G. u 7 7/7A,/»4 r 17 N 080 

}^,lim'uul'^\lVhlTl'^ll\T^'ii IKr^ElL^NG AN ECONOMIC SQUEEZE S \ V>l'nWt l !l N 

"^""uONfcLUPS SUPPORT EYE CLINIC IN DURHAM 5 2 7/26/84 A 1 N J56 

'"''"'^''GRicE''c5MSlSSI0N FINGERS TAX JASTE " ? 4/16/84 A A E 

GRACE. JOHN PATRICK (CHAPEL HILLI „ , ,/7,/BA . 1 1 

?'A^liSfIf°!l^C?SlV^'' """" °-'^'-»^'"5" . H ^/ i/84 ; 4 t 

sSiuLD'wE^SCoSN^THE PLEAS FOR HELP7 * H 2 U/26/84 A 4 L 

'^'^'"■'^LiN^EAUER SUES PAPERS CONTENDS AD WAS REFUSED " | y/,l'At r 7 N 

KLAN LEADER FILES BRIEF ASKINT, FOR PROBE " ^ 4/20/84 C I N 

'^''*"'';u3S"fo; DURHAM POLICE " ^ 8/21/84 A 4 L 

■^"""SlfNEsI: MS. BOLTON GIVEN SFV-:RAL OPUGS H 2 1/20/84 B 1 N 582 

"^""'S'ilLy'-GRAHAM RRFaCHRS to SRITtSH »OVAL FAMILY " ? f^if^lj S 'i ? N 

INFECTION. FHHAUSTION PUT BILLY GRAHAM IN HOSPITAL " | i'^li/lt 1 P N 

GRAHAM P1:I.AINS IN HOSPITAL " f 7/n7/n4 AON 

GRAHAM PLANS REST OF 2 OR 3 W^EKS , " | I/t7/b2 i q n 

l^fLYhJiiA^^J^fL^S-g^^fl^^ ^?Ag^5r " -"^""^^'" 

G"Si;AM"s;?r?JlSL'AN§ S?y'"bE on verge of SPIRITUAL RENEWAL » 3 /J B 16 N 

GPAHAM TO RFTURN To SOVIET UNION " | 0/Vn/fl4 R 1 N 

SOVIET OFFICIAL. GRSHAM TALK ^EACE , ^ " f 0/ 7/SZ J 13 P N 

5Sii!?^fTi°AY^S^aSi^Pf ^"esIS^^IeI^E^^^^IIchES sermon on NUCLEAR THREAT "h 3 1 ^ 

GRAHA" SAYS REAGAN REALLY WANTS PEACE " f o,(=<S7 J j M 

GRAHAM: RELISIOUS CONTACT IS ".RUCIAL , ..^ ,,„„„.. u 7 0/6/84 8 4 P N 

POLICE BAR GUESTS. NEWSMEN F RTl M BILLY GRAHAM'S ^ERMON H 2 ^/[^/PJ 4 F 

GRAHAM PLANTS SEEDS THAT MAY 800ST FREEOOM ^,„ " | SCJS^Sj ? 3 N 

SFCURITY TIGHT AS GRAHAM GIVEi SERMON IN MOSCOW "2 ?/l8/St 1 12 N 

GRAHAM SAYS DOOR NOT WIDE OPES TO RflIGIOM TO U.S.S.R. " | ';}1<.? J 'f ^ 

BILLY GRAHAM. SOVIETS SPAR 0V= R HOW TO ACHIEVE PEACE S 2 '''8/84 A 1 N 

GRAHAM VOWS TO RELAY SIBERIAN PEACE HOPES " 2 ?/7l/B4 A in N 

GRAHAM, SOVIET PEACE LEADER T7 AOE VIEWS ON ARMS RACE H | 17/07/84 A3 N 

EVANGELIST VISITS N.C. WOMEN'S PRISON " ^ lZ/0(/B4 A J N 

GRAHAM. DANIEL IDUKE ECONOMICS PROFESSORI 



MOUTHLY/AN'JU^L INOFX 

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1/14/S5 



DU<E, UNC RESEARCHERS SUGGEST CHANGE IN PROOUCT-L I A8I LI TY LAWS 
GRAHAM, OOnoTHV 

OAY-CARE DEMAND JUMPS 

GRAHAM, FRANKLIN REV. 

YOUNGER GRAHAM CARRIES MESSAG= 

' ""ljA^/]'?'E^r^^;^?s'?AP?°" ""'■' "RINGENr EDB RULES 

liE'y^jr?"''^- t§^Xi^SE^Ss"L^5?'Sii*:rE'^ '°"'° '""" 
GRAHAM MOVES TO EASE FEARS ON LEAF CLAIMS 
S^S^'coii?!^'^ FARMERS TO SELL CRnPS TU NCeOY 

iMi?^7i:^^Hi^E^jnr^^"^"^--'§^ ^"^^^'- '"- - 

S?yn^J!:,?'',5JJ^f POSTS ARE HO'J OY DEMOCRATS 
2fn2'^?No'ln^^f,^?.'^?"^'^"- OP 5T»TE, JUDGESHIP RACES 
FLUE-CUREO 5UPTA CUT UPSETS LI'AF OFFICIALS 
GRAHAM ASKS FIRM NOT TO BUY SJYBEAII PROCFSSINr, PI ANT 
MORE OF STATE BUDGET SOUGHT FIR AGRICULTURt 

GRAHAM, KATHARINE (THE WASHINGTON POST CP.I 

■^SostJ'F^FrnfVSF tH Io^;^ 'I '"^E GRADUATION CEREMONY 
„r, ?'r E1ECUTIVE TO SPEAK AT IJKE'S COMMENCEMENT 
OUKE TO HANn fluT 4 HO^IORARY O'^CREES '■""'^'=""-<="'='^' 
GRADUATION AT OUKE SET FOR SUNDAY 
MRS. GRAHAM: PRFSS TO AFFECT SRAOS 
FINAL DUKE NURSING CLAS': GRADUATES 
KATHARINE GRAHAM IN FREEDOM'S PURSUIT 

GRAHAM, NEIL 

MALBOURNE DREW GIS, ELITE 

GRAHAM, ROPERT (CHARLOTTEI 

RESTITUTION ORDERED IN FOOD STAMP FRAUD 
GRAHAM, RUTH BELL (MRS. HILLYI 

EVANGELIST'S WIFE OUT 0"^ HOSPITAL 

GRAHAM'S WIFE WRITES LETTER ON BEHALF OF 5ARFIELD 
GRAINGER, ELMORE PROCTOR (LINDFNI 

FARMER: 'I NEVER SAW A SEED' IF MARIJUANA 

GRAM, CHARLIE LEE (ROANOKE RAPIDSI 

LAWMAN, PRISONER KILLED IN CR« SH 

GRAM, JEFF (TEEN CENTER DIRECTORI 

TEEN CENTER ; YQUTH HANGOUT THAT 'IS NOT A NE^DY PLACE' 

GRANNAN._LAURA^,TR,ANGLE^PARTICIPATION PRE-SCHOOL, 
GRANT, ELIZABETH 

s^Sf^fib SSi^^R^Jiflofe^B'''-"'"'^ ""°^° 

PATH TO CHURCH UNITY DIFFICULT 
GRANT, JIM "MUOCAT" 

S,''.;JI'^,'^'"f° BULLS COACH 

MUDCaT GRANT NAMED BULLS' PIT:hING COACH 

GRANT, JOHN B. DR. 

THERE'LL BE NO SNACKING, NO EATING AT This REUNION 
GRANT, LUCY 

^s'T,;F".u:«yf;si??i^G*5!cr^yiCM55i??;; " '"■•' ^°^"«^^«s 

GRANT, MARSE 

PRESIDENT KEPT PROMISE IN PRAYER SUPPORT 
GRANTHAM, JULIUS 

SALLY, GRANTHAM GET YARDS, PRAISE FROM nilKF rfi>«F 

Bsr^i^piG^iiriJo::^"" "^ '"' ""«^ 

DEYILS HURTING: BACK GRANTHAM OUT <.-6 WEEKS 
GRANTHAM MAKES RETURN TO L INE J P AGA INST MAR YL AND 
GRANTHAM, "APCELLA (RED SPRINGS! 
RED SPRINGS GRATEFUL FOR AID 

GRANVILLE, JOSEPH 

mllEH GRANVILL= TO SPEAK AT 5UKE 

JOSEPH GRANVILLE: MARKET POtS=0 FOR MAJOR DEC! INF 
FORECAST EXAGGERATED ON S TOCk" MARKET CRASH ^ 

°''""'ft!;ii=?,''EPHANE (VIOLINISTI 

GRAPPELLl IS OLOIE-GOLOIE INDEED 

GRAUE. ELIZA 

STATE SENATE CANDIDATE ENDORS.-O BY ALLEY OOP 
GRAUERHOLZ. MARIF 

DURHAM LEGAL SYSTEM PROTECTS THE CRIMINALS 

"'"lutL'^ii'^G^R'AV^rSrsglpC^'E^!^-'^"'"'''- "^^'"ENT 
GRAVE? LOOKS TO FIKE AS TONIC FOR DHS ILLS 
GRAVES, SAMUEL LEE ( GREENS=(0RO I 

5^^?i^iN??Ai:°c'lNS;?BnlSf ^^^ifTES*""'""^^ "" '"^ ""I- ""'CE 

'''"''^l.',)*"-tl*" 'UNC-CH MATH PROFESSOR) 
BLACK STUDENTS' GRAOES AT UNC CAUS 

GHAVFTTE, RDPEPT 



JSE CONCERN 



no!!'»,^?"59J!°,^i''" SHOOTING BROT HFR- IN-LAW 
cSrSecIiSn ^"°^ "' ""°' 8«°'-IE''-IN-Liw CHARGED 

GRAVITTE, WILLIAM A. JR. IRQXBOROI 

GRAVITIE, EX-COMMISSIONER FOR PERSON COUNTY, DIES 
GKAWER, RICH (BASKETBALL COACHI 

BILLIKENS WANT TO BE OUKEEUSTERS 

GRAY, ALFRED M, MAJ. GFN. (MARINE) 
MARINE OFFICER TU KETIRE 

GRAY, BRIAN MATTHEW (CALDWELL CO. J 



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H 2 5/11/84 D 9 P R S66 
H 2 10/05/84 A 13 N 
H 2 5/07/84 A 4 L 



H 2 1/03/84 B 7 u r36 
H 2 1/10/84 3 2 P N C36 
H 2 12/14/84 C 2 N C36 



H 2 2/04/84 A 5 P F 
H 2 U/01/84 8 3 N 

H 3 11/02/84 B 1 N 



H 2 11/09/84 B 1 
H 3 11/09/84 B 1 
H 2 11/10/84 C 1 



H 2 8/10/B4 A 10 

S 2 11/26/84 B 2 P N F25 

H 2 " 5/11/84 A 8 N 



NTHLY/ANNJAL 



INDEX 
12/31/8<. 



NAMES 






lO-YEtR-OLO SHOT 

Giiiir. C. N. 

OWNfR ■WANTS PASSAGE PARLQR OPERATORS OUT 

■SRAr, Eunice fersell ioeceaseoi 

OPITUARY 

GRAY, FLORAaEULE RAY IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GRAY. JOHN (JORDAN MS TEACHERl 

JORDAN GIRLS HAVE HIGH GOALS 

GRAYi JOHN E. IMOUNT ULLAI 

ETDie KNOX: CONTROL CRIME. NOT GUNS 

GRAY. JOHN FLOVO JR. lOECcASEDl 
OBITUARY 

GRAY. LINWOOD CLAYTON IDECEASEOI 
OPITUARY 

GRAY. RAChFL IHIGH PniNTl 

GOEENSBORO «AN .(ILL SEEK STAT; SENATE SEAT 

GRAY. RAYMOND (PERSON CO. J 

BLACKS ELIMINATED IN 'EPSO.-J RJNOFF 
DEMOCRATS Hl:i THREE SEATS ON 'E3SDN BOARD 

GREELEY, ANO»Ea FATHER (CaThhlIC P'I^STI 

aFST-SELLINf, AUTHOR PRIEST TO SPEAK AT OUKE THURSDAY 
PRIEST: CHURCH SHOULD LISTEN BETTER TO PEOPLE 

GREEMAN, DELORES TOSH (FLA.l (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, ALICE I. (OECEASEOl 
Oni^uARY 

GREEN, ALTON GARNER ( EflanO 1 

SHOTS FIRED AT PICKUP ON INTERSTATE 35 

GREEN, ANGEL OURHAM CO. ma&ISTRAT;) 

WOMAN ALLEGEDLY ATTACKS MAGISTRATE OUTSIDE OFFICc 

GREEN, ANTHQ.'Y 

GRADUATION BREAKING UP GROUP 

GREEN, BESSIE O'KELLY (DECEASEDl 
OEI TUARY 

GREEN, BILL (haSSLF HOUSE) 

REDUCED QUALITY COSTING MORE? 

GREEN, CAROLYN ANN (FIRST BLACK FEMALE STATE TROOPERI 
HOHAN FIRST BLACK FEMALE STATE TROOPER 

GREEN. CECIL ALEXANDER 

MAN CHAPGEU WITH 9UR0LARY 

DURHAM MAN FACES CHARGES FOR BREAK-IN 

GREEN, CLA'JDIE JR. (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, DAVID (JORDAN h.S. TEACHERI 

jr^RHAN TEACHE" finalist FOR AWARD 
JORDAN MATH TEACHER GETS NATIONAL AWARD 

GREEN, HARVEY LEE JR. (BETHEL I 

SUSPECT CHARGED IN LAUNDRY 0E» THS 

GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN =0R MURDER 

MAN INDICTED IN 2 SLAY INGS 

PITT COUNTY MAN GETS ThO OcATH SENTENCES 

GREEN, J. A. (BISHOP) 

GREEN NAMED NEW PASTOR 

GREEN, JAMCS CLAUDIA (OXFORD) 

OXFORD MAN AND WOMAN FOUND DEAD 

GREEN, JESSE WOOOROW (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, JIM-Y 

JIMMY G'EEN ANNOUNCES FOR GOVERNOR 

G=CFN PAYS FILING FEE FOR GOVrRNOP'S RACE 

G'EEN TO TOUR SCHOOLS 

WARD On PANEL 

GREEN PRAISES PILOT PROGRAM AIMED AT CURBING DROPOUT RATE 

GREEN SLUGS 3ACK IN POLITICAL TV AD 

JIMMY GREEN IS BEST CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR 

GREEN BACKS i^X PAY hIkf 

AT LEAST 10 PCT. PAY INCREASE FOR IFACHfRS IS SUPPORTED 

GREEN URGES EMPHASIS CHANGE IH DEVELOPMENT 

PHILLIPS BLASTS uREEN 

GPEFN PUSHES VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

PHILLIPS "DOESN'T SPEAK' FOR TEACHERS 

GPEFN FAVORS PROPC'SAL MADE BY KNOX PAflEL 

EDU(;ATiaN BHAOD LAUDS JIMMY G'EEN 

GUBESNiTORIAL CANDIDATES MAKE STRATEGY AD JU";T"' = NT S 

GUBERNATCRIAL CANDIDATES DIFFER ON SOME CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES 

INCINERATION "ELD ■LO'^ICAL' METHOD TQ HANDLE WASTES 

SUPPORTERS 3LAMF TRIAL FOR STATUS LOSS 

GREEN, YES; ERA NO 

GREEN SAYS HE'D 'TEAR THEM UP' IF HE DEBATES FOES 

GREEN AGAINST ERA 

THE QUIET DEMOCRATS 

GREEN PROPOSES CREATION OF EXPORT TRADE 

GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPENDING TOPS 15. T MILLION 

CANOIOATES BACK REPEAL OF H4R11S0N AMENDMENT 

CANDIDATES VOW ACTIDN ON EC-IN^JMY, EDUCATION 

GREEN URGES CHANGE IN INSURAtCE PLAN 

CANOIOATES' HOPES HIGH IN LAS'' -MINUTE BIOS 

GUBERNATORIAL HOPFfULS "AKE STOPS AT RDU , ,„ ,,»„„„ 

EDMISTEN, KNOX OUTRUN PACK: FlIPCLOTH 3RU; MARTIN F»SY GOP VICTORY 

ELECTION RETURNS IN UIJRHam COJNTy: F]r r.^vE'^NOR 

COMPUTER PROoLEMS HAD GREEN U STRONG CHALLENGE 

ELECTION FACES 

E-^lMTSTEN, KNOX ALREAC EXCHANGING ACCUSATIONS 

GREEN FIRST TO H»NO CUT ENDORSEMENT 

FAl"!CLOTH ENDORSES FOMISTEN; SILMORE BACKS KNOX 

ADDED BLOW fqr GREEN 

NO- IN MENTHOL! K'lOX, GP£EN: 

GREFN GDI MOST BANKING SUPPORT 

ASSEMBLY OKS COMPROMISE BILL IN BRIBERY LAWS 



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PG L P BYL 



S 2 7/2D/3<. C 1 N W36 

H 2 lO/BO/B* C 7 

H 2 ll/25/8<. 3 2 

S 2 9/l''/8<. D 2 P U CO? 

S 2 5/2A/84 A 4 L 

H 2 12/14/n<, C !<• 

H 2 12/27/84 A 6 

H 1 1/04/94 C 1 N 



N L40 



H 2 lD/05/94 A 1 
H 2 11/07/84 A 13 



S 2 U/13/34 A t 
S 2 11/16/84 C I 



H 2 3/15/84 A 20 P 

H 2 5/11/84 A 14 

H 2 7/06/84 A 9 N 

H 2 6/10/34 B 1 N 

S 2 6/07/84 C 1 = N SBO 

H 2 12/23/84 A 12 

H 2 4/17/84 A 4 L 

S 2 10/10/84 C 5 N 



H 2 9/04/34 A 3 
S 2 9/04/B4 C 5 



H 2 3/29/84 C 13 



H 2 6/23/84 A 12 
H 2 10/18/84 B 1 



H 2 1/03/84 A 3 

S 2 1/17/84 5 7 

H 2 i/ie/34 A e 

H 1 6/29/34 B I 



S 2 a/04/34 A .6 P_ N 



H 2 4/23/84 3 



H 2 3/09/34 A 12 



1/13/34 A 
l/14/=4 A 
1/19/34 A 
1/20/34 A 
1/26/94 C 
2/03/84 A 
3/0'>/B4 A 
3/09/84 A 
3/10/34 A 
3/12/34 e 
3/15/34 C 
3/14/34 C 
3/22/34 A 
3/30/34 A 
4/05/34 A 
4/10/84 A 
4/21/34 A 
4/25/34 A 
4/2?,/34 A 
4/2 7/84 A 
4/23/34 A 
4/3C/34 A 
5/01/64 A 
5/01/64 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/94 C 
5/03/84 A 
5/03/34 B 
5/03/94 a 
5/03/34 C 
5/09/94 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/A4 A 
5/09/34 A 
5/10/34 A 
5/11/84 A 
5/12/34 A 
5/12/64 A 
5/14/94 A 
'5/23/94 A 
6/29/34 A 



H90 
C05 



N «66 
N COS 



4 T T R55 
10 N 
I N 



MONrHLY/1 



H M U 4 L 
1/01/84 



INDEX 
12/31/84 



GREFN: bribery rill M4Y HELP TIMERS 
l.REEN'S LEGISLATIVE D4YS ENOPIG 
LI. GOV. GREEN BIDS F4REWeLL TO N.C. SEN4rE 
NFH PTSr S4ID FIITEO FOP GREE'l ■ >':'^'>'C 
SHORT SESSION LIMITS SOUGHT 

5c?cJ TuJ''F'-9l" 5PENT 12 MILLION-PLUS 
AFTER THE LAST HURRAH, ., 

'^ocJf,'?,!;.5.i° "'"'' "ORfcE ON col:or probe merit 

wSAT%!:l2L!fIc"lON5?°''^^"^''' ^''^"- "^" TOMOPRGWS FUN0-R4ISER 
P0LITIG4L BUSY WORK 

«sf^^,^ss!R°4Y^«jir:^w^s'G^?g=^i5iLTr'^°- "^^^ "^" 

Sg«E^N^^^Y^"SE^?lS!:lhbs^i^^r^lE!u-TrfT5SB 

J'""J GREEN SHOULD 3E 4PPL4U0F 5 , NOT BEP4?En 

PLANS FOR CDMMEMOPATION OROPP=0; PRICF TAG TOO HIGH 

GREEN SAYS HUNT OFF TARGET ON DROPOUTS 

?SI RFFOKM ^n^'Sr^B??^,; ?", J?;9,-%°'' PROGRAM TO REDUCE DROPOUTS 
lAX RFFOKM TO BE BIG N.C. LEGISLATIVE ISSUE NEXT YEAR '-' uu 3 

GREEN. JOHN RUFFIN 

HOH TIMES DO CHANGE: FIGHT STILL GOES ON 

GREEN, JOHN THOMAS IROWAN CO.i 

sis'£3a ?5aT':s?°s5^jF^si5stY?s prrcrri"ii,ini.''T.'. ^""-^ 

GREEN, KFNNY 

GREEN BRIGHTEST COLOR ON DEACTNS' PALETTE 

GREEN, LAURENCE (DECE4SE0I 
0BITU4RY 

GREEN, LFIL4 H0T4LING (DECE4SED) 
081 TU4RY 

GREEN, LEWIS IWRITERI 

POETS, NOVELISTS, SHORT STORY WRITERS SLATEn TO READ AT LIBRARY MEET 

GREEN, LURLINE GOSS (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

GREEN, MACK lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GREEN^^MARY^FRANCES ICHAPEL HILLI (DFCEASEOI 

■JREEN, NETTIE ROMILA BURNETTE IDECEASEDl 

GREEN, PAUL 

STYRON-S CHOICE BRINGS HIM TO "LONE VIGIL- -84 

GREEN, PAUL RUFUS IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, PENNY IRENE 

LOWES GROVE SCHOOL OVERLOOKED BY COUNTY 

■"'REEN, PHIL (INSTITUTE OF GOVERNME'ITI 
GREEN WILL SPEAK 

GREEN, R4ND0LPH JR. 

MAN DIES OUTSIDE OXFORD POOL HALL 
GREEN, RAY 

PLANNERS EYE STUDY OF TRIANGLE SERVICES 
GREEN, ROBERT 

FRAYLON, GREEN NAMEO TO -84 ALL-CIA4 SOUAO 
GREEN, ROBERT JASPER I ELON COLLEGE. N.C.I 

MAN, 76, IS ELECTROCUTED OPENING HIS FRONT DOOR 
GREEN, SUSAN IMECKLENBURG ro.l 

':[lIiS5^^5'°'"'- CANDIOAfES FILE FUND REPORTS 

L'l'S?lR"^^^s"9r^'l1J^?c\\^'^^^^ '"° """^^^""^ 
GREEN, WILLIAM E4RL 13522 OUKE L4N=, 4Pr. 71 

SS^S^H^rB^TAR^S.^^ HIT-AN^,;UN c'Jse' 

■ JS^RG^E^^F^ sIn^sl\°ug^^^e^^ F"?rife''^s";as.svr§i?TH 
:;!f-NE*^?TT5 :ri'kt'i'.'iv.i "sJ^rc^Su^^ °-*^" 

'ASLEEP IN POOL H4LL" - DEFENDANT 

JURY TO GET GREFN CASE "■= '^ = "'-' ''" ' 

M4N CONVICTED OF HIT-4N0-PUN, M4NSL4UGHTER ' 

GREEN SENTENCED TO 12-YE4R TE?M 

ScNTENCING SCHEOULEO COR GREE>I 

i^N^'£STii^i;ii;j^25^?ij;!E'S5ic^SN3[j-T{^N°i^^'"^*'^^^'^="^" 

"^"""oBrTSlRY" "'""'^" "''S- lOECEASEOI 

GREENBERG, BLUE 

FIVE 'HERALO' WRITERS, ART CRITIC HONORED 
GREEN6EKG, STEPHANIE W. DR. 

STUOY SUGGESTS MIXED USE OF LA NO ATTRACTS CRIMINALS 
GREENE, CHRIS 

INCREASED OAY-CARE PAY OK'O 

GREENE, GEORGE S. IJUDGEI 

JUDGE SAYS DRUNKEN-DRIVING LAJ VIOLATES EQUAL PROTECTION FOR TEENS 
GREENE. HENRY JASON (QXFORDI (DECE>SE0l 

v?c°Tfik^l?^n5^R^^G""''" '^ i-I^'wSeck 

en^ru.*^i "■'"'''='' ■" '-3^ WRECK STILL HOSPITALIZED 

^?^iSEN'"T'!;i^^T^^snM"^i;eE^ °'"" s'^ESc^rsc^i^ac 

GREENE, JOHN THOMAS 

ESCAPEE RECAPTURED AFTER 20-HJUR CHASE 
GREENE, LAURYETTE 

TRIP TU THE ALTAR TOOK NINE YEARS 

GREENE, PEGGY (G'EFNVILLFi 

KNOX -OUT OF TUNE- WITH TAR HEELS 



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2/07/84 B 
2/07/84 C 
5/12/84 B 
5/12/84 B 
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6/13/84 C 
6/14/84 B 
6/14/84 A 
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GREENEi Sandra DR. 

STu'>v: OOCrrRt- Frgs hike medical COSTS 

BLUE CROSS OFFICIAL! DOCTORS "AY RAISE HOSPITAL C"ARGES 

GREENFIELD. PATRICIA lOECEASEDl 

FORMER CMAPEL HILL IAN DENIED APPEAL 

GREENLA«, »AY (CAPITAL HEALTH ^YSTiMS AGENCY) 

HEALTH OFFICIALS DIFFER OVE" SURGERY CLINIC 

STATE PUSHIrJG DRUG TREATMENT !»LANS 

GROWTH WON'T FAZE HEALTH INSTITUTIONS. AUTHORITIES AGREE 

GiiEENLUNO. TERRY ICHAPEL HILL TEACHERI 
GIFTED STUDENT REPORT HEARD 

GREENMAN. "AXWELL DR. 

STUDY SAID TO ENCOURAGE CONTROVERSIAL EYE SURT.ERY 

CHARLOTTE DOCTOR SAYS OPEPATIDN TO CORRECT NEARSIGHTEDNESS WON- 

GRESNWOOC. ROBERT SAMijEL (CHAPEL HI LL 1 

BIKER HITS PEDESTRIAN ON "ASON FARM ROAD 
BICYCLE HITS PEDESTRIAN; RIOE< SERIOUSLY INJURED 

GRFGG. RCSfRT OR. 

1.7P0 PUPILS TO GRADUATF 
GRADS URGED TO OE"AND JUSTICE 

GREGORY, ANNE 

TESTIMONY BEGINS IN SUIT AGA^ST YEAGER 

TEACHERS' SUIT AGAINST SCHOOLS CITES INTIMIDATION 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS TESTIFY IN C» SE ABOUT FILES 

YEAGER SAYS LETTER "iERELY 'COMPLAINT' 

LAWYER: PUTTING LETTERS IN TEACHERS' FILES OK 

TEACHERS' SUIT GOES TO JUDGE 

DECISION Due in month on %C"01l teachers' case 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST TEACHERS: SUIT AGAINST veaGER DISMISSED 
TEACHERS' RIGHTS NOT VIOLATED, JUDGE SAYS 

GREGORY, 9FTTINA (BROADCAST JOURNA'. ISTl 

TV JOURNALIST TO SPEA< AT LOUI SBURG COLLEGE 

GREGORY, CALL IE 

MARTIN WORKED TO SAVE SOCIAL SECURITY 

GREGORY, KANDV S. 

EDMISTEN PRO-CONSUHERS? 
EOMISTcN NO CONSUMER ADVOCATE 

GREN2EBACH, JOHN 

FUND-RAISING 'AN AMERICAN PHEMQMENON' 

GREUP, ERNIE 

CHAMBER: TIME RIPE FOR 



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GRIBBLE, JIM 

LEAF PROGRAM CHANGES 

GRICE, STA'iLY JR. (RALEIGH! 

LIGHTNING KILLS RALEIGH MAN 

GRIER, ARTHUR 

4 NEW PRINCIPALS NAMED 
PRINCIPALS NAMED 

GRIER, JOSH (DOLPHIN RECORDS! 
NASHVILLE ON THE ENO 

GRIER, ROOSEVELT (FORMER FOOTBALL 'LAYERI 
HUNT 5RINGS CONVENTION CROWD TO FEET 

GRIEST, JOHN S. lUNC-CH! 

TWO ARE CHARGED WITH SETTING '=IRE 

GRIFFIN, ALFPED CPL. (BLACK MUSLIM MARINE! 
MARINE FACES COURT -"ARTUL 

MARINE SAYS BELIEFS LED HIM TO AvOI'^ LE'>ANON 
MARINE SENTENCED FOR MISSING TROOP MOVEMENT TO LEBANON 
CONVICTED MARINE ENDS FAST 
CONVICTED MARINE ENDS FAST 

GRIFFIN, APNITA HALL (NEW HANOVER Ij.l 
WOMAN SENTENCED FOR SON'S DEATH 

GRIFFIN, CARL VERNON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

GRIFFIN, GERALD 

WORDS NOT ALWAYS RELATED TO T^ E FACTS OF A MATTER 

GRIFFIN, JAMES 'lATMA'lIEL ( GREENSBCPO! 

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS SH PEOPLE ON GAMBLING COUNT 

GRIFFIN, LIB 

PROBLEMS IN RAISING LARGE FAMILY LEAD TO WRITING HUMOROUS BOOK 

GRIFFIN, R?BERT PAUL (CARR30R01 

MAN IS CHARGED IN HIT-ANO-RUN 

GRIFFIN, RUDY (lOAFFIC ENGINEE"! 

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING HEAD PLANS TO RETIRE 

SEPARATE STUCJY SUGGESTED ON PS HIRING. PROMOTION 

GRIFFIN, STEPHANIE JANNELLE (LOUlSi"URGl 
8-YEAR-OLD GIRL KILLED ON HIGHWAY 

GRIFFIN, STEPHEN SOWARO 

ARREST COUNT STANDS AT 17 IN lONIINUING DRUG CASES 

GRIFFIN. TED 

RECEIVES AWARD 

GRIFFIN, THELMA RLACKMON IBU'LINGTONI lOECEASEDl 

MRS. GRIFFIN, PRESIDENT OF FUM IN BURLINGTON 

GRIFFIN, THURMAN 

GRIFFIN TO LEAD FRANKLIN BOARO 

GRIFFIN, TRAVIS (DECEaSEOI (NEW HA'iOVER CO.! 
WOMAN SENTENCED FOR SON'S DEATH 

GRIFFIN, VFRNON FRJNCIS (OEC^ASED! 

DURHAM LETTER CARRIER VERNON GRIFFIN DIES AT S3 

GRIFFIN, VIRGIL (GASTONIA! 

KLAN LEADER SAYS HE WAS 'SCARED TO DEATH' AT RALLY 



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W24 


s 


2 


12/04/94 


A 


1 


N 


C60 


s 


2 


1/10/84 


A 


I 


N 


J55 


H 


2 


6/30/B4 


A 


3 


N 




H 

s 


2 


6/05/94 
6/05/84 


3 
C 


1 

1 


N 
N 


W24 
COS 


H 


2 


8/10/84 





1 


P F 


W66 


H 


2 


10/20/84 


A 


5 


N 




H 


3 


3/16/94 


B 


1 


N 





H 2 5/16/94 A 
H 2 5/17/84 A 



H 5 
H 2 
H 2 


5/19/94 
5/20/84 
5/20/84 


3 

A 
A 


6 
10 
10 


N 
N 
N 




H 2 


6/27/84 


B 


10 


N 




H 2 


3/26/84 


B 


2 







H 2 


6/25/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


11/27/34 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


7/15/84 





3 P 


U 


H4 5 


S 1 


11/02/84 


c 


I 


N 




S 2 
H 2 


3/15/94 
3/l'>/e4 


c 

3 


1 

1 


N 
N 


K90 
SSI 


H ? 


12/30/94 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/07/84 


3 


1 


N 


A54 


S 2 


9/28/84 


A 


2 P 


P 


T37 


H 2 


11/16/84 


c 


6 







H 1 


12/05/84 


6 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/27/84 


b 


10 


N 




H 2 


12/01/84 


C 


6 







H 2 


3/27/84 


B 


3 P 


N 





MONTHLY/A 



N'lUAL INDEX 

l/01/8<, - 12/3l/!«. 



NAMES 



PAGE 12] 



KLAN CHIEF CUES HIS OPPOSITON TO COMMUNISM 

GRIFPITh. ANPY 

ANOr nESE°VFS OSCAR 

CELEBRITIES TAKE SIDES IN HUNT-HELMS RACE 
3 AREA RESIDENTS WIN N.C. AWA!OS 
GRIFFITH TRIES SOMETHING NEW IN WFJTERNS 
ANDY GRIFFITH MOVING TO HOME IN MANTEn 
NAME CHANGE HON'T FLY 

DOBSON WON'T CHANGE NAME TO MAYBERRY 

GRIFFITH EMSARRASSEO BY EFFORT TO GET A TOWN OF MAYBERRY 



GRIFFITH. LEONARD ARNOLD 
OBITUARY 



GRIFFITH. WAYLANO C. DR. 
GRIFFITH CHOSEN 



•GRIFF" OECEASEDI 



GRIFFITH, WILLIAM J. 

OUKE STUDENTS SUPPORT SAFE ROADS ACT 

GRIFFITHS. PHILLIP A. OR. 

PyiS^rFy^ENT LEADER CITIES OV=RCRnHDlNG 
LARGER OUKE GRADUATE SCHOOL URGED 
THREE NAMED TO RTI BOARD 
BROOIE TO BE DUKE PRESIDENT 

S'»"='=IJJ5, ^STERLING FRED {DECEASEDl 

GRIGG, ELOISE (LINCOLN COUNTYI 

CAR CHASE ENDS WITH YOUTH FACING A MURDER CHARGE 
GRIGNI, MICHAEL 

2 OUKE STUDENTS WIN PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS 

GRIMES. DONALD W. 

OFFICIAL IMPLICATED IN BUGGINS OUITS 

GRIMSLEY. JOE 

NEW CHIEF OF RESOURCES SWORN IN 

CRINGLE. ROBERT 

DUKE NUTRITIUN COURSE HELPS STUDENTS BECOME INDEPENDENT THINKERS 
GRISHAM, JOSEPH W. 

GRISHAM ELECTED 

GRISSOM, HENPY 

<.3 PUPILS AMONG <,6 INJURED AS AUTO. TWO BUSES C"LLIOe 
GRISSOM, MATTIE F. IHENOERSONl 

i^'iX "ELMS IS AN OUTSTANDING LEADER 

PFOPLE SHOULD «OTE THEIR CONSCIENCE 

LIBERALS MEAN HIGH TAX DOLLAR; 

"^"'"SBfTXISS""* °°'"5 FAUCETTE lOECEASEDI 

UB I I UA R Y 

'''*'^'c^9:.S?*5!=^5 H. PVT. (DECEASED I 

OBITUARY ''"'*'■ ^° MARINE FROM DURHAM 

GRIZZARU. GEORGE (ACTORI 

BRIDGE NAME HONORS 'LOST COLONY- ACTRESS 
GROH. AL 

GROH SAYS HE WON'T ROTATE OBS 

WAKE'S BIG GAME 

""ei^fR.PJVOTAL OF BIG. UNC GAME 'GROHS' IN IMPORTANCE 

Sak°e SeaJ5 F^^R'^^uKr"""'""'' "^ ' """'""' Record'"" 

WAKE FOREST COACri GROH PLEASED WITH ACC . DEACONS' IMPROVEMENT 
GKOMYKO, ANDREI 

THE UNCHECKED SOVIET WRATH ^ ' - "' - 

GROMYKO AS TREE (CARTOON! 
GROMYKO MEETS REAGAN ICARTOONI 
HOORAY! THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING 



UKE 



RFAGAN-GRGMYKO TALKS SHOULD EASE TENSIONS 

'.t,ir.°o'.To if,h'c'.hki.r''"'°'^' ^rn°^u., meet 

GROOME. THOMAS 

EDUCATOR TO LECTURE 

GROSS. CAROLINE 

GROSS WINS AWARD 

GROSS. LARRY 

STATE SOCCER EYES FIRST-EVER -ICAA WIN IN MATCH VS. TIGERS 
GROUT. JULIA R. DR. (OECFASEDI 

DUKE PROFESSOR E mER t T(JS. D I ES 
GRUBB. DONALD H. (RALEIGHI 

•HATS OFF TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL' 

GRUNE. GEORGE V. {READER'S DIGEST) 

•DIGEST' EXECUTIVE TO SPEAK AT Di 
GUEST. ROMEO 

RTP EXCEEDS DREAMS OF ITS FOUVOING FATHFRS 
GUIDONI, LENORF 

GREEN FAVORS PROPOSAL MADE BY KNOX PANEL 

GUILFI3YLE, BRYAN ("EDICAL STUDENT! 
INVASION STYMIED LEFTISTS 

guill, donald pay (prison escapee! 
esc°a^^e"s ca^'^Sre'^ "-"'"^ ""'"" 

2 PERSON PRISON UNIT ESCAPEES ARE RECAPTURED 
GUIUN. MAGGIE 

MAGGIE GUION CREATES USEFUL BEAUTY FROM JUNK 

GUUCK. DAVE (THE PUPPET EXPOESSl 
PUPPETS OPEN A MAGIC WORLD 

GULLEY. WILLIAM H. "WIB" 

P°s!'5TiSY''i'Tii7s'0Cf"" "' ''°'-'" "'^'"TIGATION 



P D DATE 

H 2 3/28/8.* A 11 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P BYL 



H 2 1/11/ft, A 4 L 

H 1 t/n/'it, 8 1 N 

H 2 Il/16/S<. A 1 P N 

H 2 11/16/B<, D <? P N 

H 2 12/12/8'. 3 8 N 

S 2 12/l<./8<, A 4 E 

S 2 I2/2T/B4 A 5 N 

S 2 12/2T/S4 A 13 N 

H 2 12/23/S4 B 8 N 

H 2 12/29/84 B 4 N 



H 2 .a/21/84 A 8 
S 2 3/14/84 A 11 
S 2 2/23/84 A I 



S 2 9/2a/B4 A 1 N L3B 

M 2 9/20/84 A 1 N W24 

s 2 11/15/84 c ■; N 

S 2 12/07/84 A 1 P N L38 



H 2 B/15/84 a 6 

H 2 10/15/84 A 9 

S 2 4/23/84 A 7 

H 2 12/13/84 3 3 

H 2 1/04/84 8 3 

H 2 3/22/84 C 1 o F 

S 2 10/06/84 A 3 N 

H 2 5/19/84 A 



N 

N 046 



N 



H 2 4/01/84 D 
H 2 7/20/84 A 
H 2 10/05/84 A 



H 2 1/28/84 B 



H 2 11/05/84 B 8 
H 2 U/06/84 C 5 



H 2 7/16/84 B 12 



H 2 8/21/84 B 2 P N 

S 2 10/09/84 D 1 P U DIB 

H 2 10/12/84 C 1 U C52 

H 2 11/06/84 3 P N 

S 2 11/06/84 2 N 

H 2 12/12/84 8 2 P N C52 



H 2 1/22/34 D 4 E 

H 2 6/11/84 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 9/17/84 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 9/18/84 A 5 U 

H 2 9/25/84 A 4 E 

H 2 9/29/84 A 1 U H49 

H 2 10/12/84 A 4 L 



S 2 3/17/84 A 6 N 

S 2 7/26/84 9 N 

H 2 11/18/84 C 9 P N C52 

H 2 4/23/84 8 6 

H 2 1/30/64 A 4 L 

H 2 10/01/84 A 8 P N 

S 2 1/12/84 C 1 N C60 

H 2 3/30/84 A 4 L 

S 2 10/26/84 C 1 P N J56 



H 2 6/04/»4 B 5 
S 2 6/04/84 A 2 
H 1 6/05/84 B 1 



N 



H 2 12/12/84 A 6 P F J40 
H 2 8/16/84 1 P F 871 



H 2 ■ 9/20/34 B 1 
S 2 9/20/84 C 1 



N S51 
N K90 



MONTMLY/A 



INDEX 
- 12/31/8". 



0»TE 



S ' 

E L 

C PG L 



GUMN, "ARY WHEELOUS (R4LEIGH1 IDECFASEni 
OBITUARY 

GUMNELLi. OunwARO CRJNKLIN III 

STATE EMPLOYEES G=OUP GETS EXECUTIVE OIOECTOR 

GUNNELLS. OUPHOOT ISTATE E"PLOYEES 0= M.C.. INC.l 
BETTER IMAGE IS SOUGHT FOR STATE'S EMPLOYEES 
DIRECTOR HANTS BETTER IMAGE FDR NEh ASSOCIATION 

GUNNING, THOMAS J. 

ENTREPRENEUR COUNCIL OPENS OFFICE IN PARK 

GUNSALUS. "AThRIHE ERNSBERGER IDECSASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

GUNTER, benjamin LOUIS 
OBITUARY 

GUNTER. DENNIS EVERETT nRFGONI 

OREGON MAN INDICTED IN PHONY :!IPLQHA SCHEME 

GUNTER. FRANK IRALEIGHI 

N.C. MAN GETS NEB. POST 

GUNTER. JOE 

DURHAM COMPANY DEVELOPS COMPUTERIZED YARN-HAKING 

GUNTFR. KATIE HARRIS IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GUNTER, LOUISc GODWIN (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GUNTER, SILER ROBERT (SANFOROI (DE:EASE0I 
FALLING TREE KILLS SANFORO MAN 

GUPTILL. SUE (PUBLIC HEALTH NURSEI 
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING 

GURIAN, PAUL {CHAPEL HILLI 

PRESIDENT'S PROPOSALS DISTURBING 
A SENSELESS PROPOSAL 

GURLEY, LLOYD 

OURHAM-OUKE CAMPAIGN EXCEEDS t 260,000 GOAL 
TENNIS TOUKNEY MARKS 5TH BIRTHDAY THIS YEAR 

GURLEY. NESTU5 H. IGREENSBOROI 

MAN KILLED. TWO HURT IN SHOOTING AT GREENSBORO STORE 

GURNEY -ElkINS. CY 

PROGRAM AIDS ABUSED CHILDREN 



lOALEIGHI IDECEASEDI 



GUTEKU'-IST, JOHN 
AT RANDOM 

GUTHRIE. ARTHUR 
OBITUARY 

GUTHRIE, HA 

AFTER 12 YEARS. VIETNAMESE FA1ILY JILL PE REUNITED 
TEARFUL REUNION ENDS 12-YEAP JAIT 



ICARRBORO) (DECEASEOI 



GUTHRIE, JOHN 
OBITUARY 

GUTHRIE, MERCER WALL (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GUTHRIE. RAY P. SR. 

DON'T CHEAPEN COURTHOUSE 

GUTHRIE. W. H. 

DFBATF OEPDRTING WEAK 
REAGAN PROJECTS CONFIDENCE 
UTILITIES EDITORIAL ON TARGET 
A ROSE IS A ROSE IS A ROSE 

GUTIER°EZ, HUGO (MEXICAN EMBASSY OFFICIALI 
SELF-DETERMINATION PUSHED 

GUTMAN, ROBERT A. OR. (DUKE DIALYSIS PH.JGRAMI 

KEGULATIOf'S MAKE KIDNEY DIALYSIS LESS AVAILABLE 
KIDNEY TREATMENT MAY GET POLITICAL 

GUTTMAN, NORMAN 

OBITUARY . 

GUY, DAVID 

AMBITIOUS NOVEL LOOKS AT MARRIAGE 
FEAR AND NUCLEAR ARMS 
VOTE FOR MONOALE - 

GUYEP. 3ILL 

AWARDS GIVEN 

GHIN. PAULINE CARPI 

MOTHERS OF The YEAR 

GwYTHEOf LISA (DUKE CE'lTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGINGI 

OUKE'S WORK ON ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE RESULTS IN S50.000 CONTRACT... 

HAAS. JUNE (HILLS30R0UGHI 

TWO CANDIDATES ENTER SCHOOL. :OUNTY RACES 

NCAE FURTHERS CAUSE OF EDUCATORS 

INCUMBENTS BATTLE CHALLENGERS 

".-3 SCHOOL BOARD SPLIT CONCERNS CHALLENGERS 

FARIBAULT. HAAS LEAD SCHOOL BOARD RACE; THIRD SEAT CLOSE 

HAAS ON SCHOOL BOARD 

MPS. HAAS EXPECTS SCHOOL CHANJES 

JIJNE HAAS JILL TAKE BOARD SEAT 

PARENTS' GROUP FEARS TEXTBOOKS UNDERMINE RELIGION 

HACKFTT, bUODY 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

HACKNEY, 3PENT 

HUNT MAKES STAFF CHANGES 

HUNT'S PRESS SECRETARY FOUND NOT GUILTY 

HACKNEY. JAMES A. Ill (WASHINGTON, N.C. 
N.C. "AN ELECTED TO ONE OF SCOUTS' 

HACKNEY, JOE 



H 2 <,/23/'1'. 9 6 
H 2 8/25/8". A 9 



H 2 9/07/8*. B 5 N 

S 2 9/0T/e<. A 6 P N 



H 2 l2/20/3<. 6 P N CI 



H 2 l2/ia/84 C 
H 2 12/n/8<. C 



H 2 8/04/8'. C 4 

S 2 8/09/8'. cm N 

H I 3/03/8'. a 1 N 

H 2 10/27/8'. A 5 P N 

H 2 12/26/8<. C <. 

H 2 2/02/3<. C 16 

H 2 12/10/8". A 10 

H 2 ll/18/8<. D I P F CI"? 



S 2 lD/2'./"'. A i 
H 2 10/26/8'. A <i 



S 2 <./l2/'><. A 1 N 

H 2 5/l5/B<. D <. P N MQI 



H 2 <./27/9'. B '• 

H 2 9/30/8", B 1 

S 2 10/25/8". 3 1 

H 2 2/29/8". B 10 



N S82 
U 018 




H 2 "./le/R". A 9 N M51 

H 2 './17/9'. B 1 P F A5<. 



H 2 5/10/8<. A Ifl 
H 2 6/19/B'. a 2 
H 2 10/3O/n4 A 4 



H 2 9/14/14 A 

H 2 10/22/94 A 

H 2 10/25/04 A 

H 2 U/19/84 A 



S 2 3/21/84 C 1 



H 2 9/07/P4 B 1 
S 2 9/07/B4 A 5 



H 2 4/01/34 B 



L 

N C05 



N B30 
N J56 



M 2 l/OR/94 D 3 P R 
H 2 2/22/P4 A 4 L 
H 2 10/29/84 A 4 L 



S 2 10/01/84 A 6 P P K30 
H 2 5/06/84 E I P F H45 
H 2 11/19/84 B 4 N 



H 3 2/02/84 C 1 

H 2 3/12/94 A 4 

S 2 5/05/84 A 11 

H 2 5/06/94 3 

H 3 5/09/94 C 1 

S 2 5/09/94 A 13 

H 3 5/10/94 B 1 

H 2 7/01/94 A 6 

H 3 10/17/94 B 1 



N H90 
L 

N H90 

N H90 

N H90 

N H60 

N H90 
N 



N H90 
H 2 6/08/84 B 1 U 



TOP ORGANIZATIONS 



H ? 5/01/94 A 9 
S 2 5/10/94 C 3 



H 2 12/27/84 A 12 



N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL IN06X 

1/CI/B4 - U/31/a<, 



HACKNEY FILFS 

HACKNEY, CAIES FILE FOR UFFICF 

MRS. "ARNES. HACKNEY FACE NO IPPOSITIDN 

LOTS OF TALK GOING ON 

!:?J'5!-*''URE STUMP'S ITS TOE ON HAZARDOUS DUMP ISSUE 

DIFFERENCES RFSOLVEO ON HAZARIOUS HASTE 

<. OPAN&E ELECTIONS UNCONTESTET 

LIABILITY FOR N.C. TOXIC WASTE HAN0LEP5 DEBATED 

HAZARDOUS HASTE PROPOSALS FRUSTRATE STUDY COMMITTEE 

HACKWORTM, RAYMOND MRS. I FL EM I NGSOJ RG. KYI 
PRAISE FOR A COMPANY WITH HEA?T 

HADOAO, C. L. lOETFCTIVEl 

ACCIDENTS TAKE TOLL ON OFFICERS 

POLICE ACCIDENT PROBE CONTINUES 

NO CHARGES FILED IN WRECKS INVOLVING POLICE 
HAPEN, RICHARD ALLEN 

BOY, I"., SHOT IN FOREHEAD 

DURHAM BOY DIES FROM MISHAP 

HADLEY, ROPYN S. IGRAHAMl 

1 NAMED RHODES SCHOLARS 

2 «"E»^|fyOENTS GET RHODES AWARDS 
HATS OFF TO RHODES WINNERS 

RHODES WINNER STILL HAS TIES JITH OLD FRIENDS IN GRAHAM 
HAEFELF, SUZANNE DR. 

PHYSICIAN: PREGNANT WOMEN CAN CONTINUE WORKING OUT 
HAGER, BARRY 

S2SVf=^JX^ ^?>* TEACHERS IN N.C. 'SELF-CENSOR- TO AVOID CONTRnvFR-tv 

DEBATE FOCUSES ON DIFFERING VIEWS OF CHURCH AND STATE RELATIONSHIP 

HAGERTY, ROY 

SUNBIRD AIRLINES SOLO 

HAGLER, DUMPY 

SfG\S'R''fo"28U''HAVT8F'?A^'',E'"'''' "" "•'• """"" "'^'- 

':'SSl:^Sl„^.°I"^'*5 -'O'" ^'l^- SP:1RTS HALL OF FAME 
I'Ja'. PROVIDING FOND MEMORIES FOR DUKE PAIR 

HAGOno, JASON EDDIE IBURLIMOTON) IJEC^ASEOI 

TRAIL BIKE MISHAP KILLS 12-YEAR-OLO 
HAILS, DICK 

LACK OF CONSULTATIONS CITED n ZONING PLANS 
HAIR, JAY D. 

CASE AGAINST ACID RAIN SOLID, SAYS WILDLIFE MAN 
HAIR5T0N, JOHN 0. 

COURT RULES CAR FIRM LIABLE n MAN'S DEATH 
HAITHCOCK, DON 

AoD^J'i.UJ'^TS^fSnS"-'- Sff^ REVIEW »Y COURT 

ANNEXATION FOES WILL PURSUE PROMPT DELIVERY OF CITY SERVICES 
HAITHCOCK, FRED 

MASSAGE PARLORS LINKED TO HELL'S ANGELS 
HAITHCOCK, NORMAN (ORANGF CO. I 

"1-3 SCHOOL BOARD SPLIT CONCERNS CHALLENGERS 

HA THCOCK ELECTED SCHOOL SuSr: HEAO^^^*^" 

HAITHCOCK NEW CHAIRMAN 

HAITHCOX, ROPERT OONALO 

WILSON NAMED TO ELON HALL OF '^ tHE 

HALBEI5EN, JACK IFLIFRI 

FLIER PLANNED FOR WEATHER, GOT IT CROSSING U.S. 
WEATHER DELAYS ULTRALIGHT FLIGHT ^""^^'"^ "•5' 

HALE, DEAN (CHAPEL HILLI 

WOMEN'S CORRECTION LEADER IS -iEMAOKABLE 
HALE, RUTH ILEXINGTONI 

WORKER WINS CLAIM FOR MERCURY POISONING 

BATTERY FIRM SETTLES WOMAN'S ZLAIM 

HALE, STEVE {BASKETBALL PLAYERI 

TAR HEELS SHOW OFF NEW LINEUP 

TAR HEELS HALE AND HEARTY FOR OPENER 

HALES, CLAUDE MACK (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HALEY, GAIL 

VISIONS OF A VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS 
HAL'EY, w. F. 

HOSPITAL SERVICE GREAT 

HALKI0TI5, STEVE 

TRUANCY PENALTIES INCREASSQ 

SCHOOL MAZE: ORANGE HIGH RENOVATIONS WILL TEST STUDENTS' PATIENCE 
HALL, ALLEN 

A REFRESHING APPROACH 

"*LL, BESSIE COVINGTON IDECEASEDI 

HALL, BOS 

DURHAM GROUP LOOKS AT HONEY A>l D POLITICS 
HALL, CAROLYN KAYE ( H I LLS BOROUGH I 

I.19,-*.'"'|S''E" ON DRUG CHARGES 

BUST NAES ORANGE PAIR 

HALL, CHARLES T. (RALEIGHI 

NEW STATE PROGRAM HELPS THE DISABLED 

HALL, CLYDE J. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

HALL, COSBY HASKIN IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HALL, DAVID ICHEFI 

c'ss^^^E^Agf iRiri^feiA^r"' "* "^^ "5^ 



NAMES 



PAOE l?S 
I/IA/BS 



1 F 

P D 



S I T 
E L Y 
DATE C PG L P RYL 



S 1 l/O'J/fK, C I N 

H 3 I/10/8<. B \ N 

H 2 Z/07/ei, A => N 

H 3 6/20/n<, B I P P 

H 2 6/2?/?'. A 1 N 

H 2 6/29/94 A I N 0<.6 

S 2 U/07/8'. A 8 N H^o 

S 2 11/11/8'. B 6 J 

S 2 11/21/84 C 6 , J 



H 2 <,/16/P4 A 4 L 

H 2 10/24/94 B I N 

S 2 10/24/94 C 2 N 

H 2 10/26/94 B 1 N 



H 2 6/24/64 8 1 
H 2 6/25/94 A 9 



H 2 12/17/84 A I N 

S 2 12/17/84 C 1 N 

H 2 12/19/94 A 4 E 

H 2 12/21/94 A 2 1 P N 

H 2 12/07/94 A 10 N B30 



H 2 9/08/84 A 10 
H 1 10/24/84 B 1 



H 2 7/15/84 A 4 

H 2 5/20/B4 C 10 

S 2 5/21/84 B 6 

H 2 9/14/94 C 2 

H 2 9/16/94 C 10 

H 2 7/22/84 B 1 

H 2 10/10/84 A 1 

H 2 3/25/84 A 9 

5 2 2/03/84 A 7 



S 2 6/27/84 A 1 

H 2 6/29/B4 B 1 

H 2 3/11/84 A 4 

S 2 11/20/94 A 1 



H 2 7/19/84 A 1 



H 7 5/06/94 3 
H 3 7/03/84 B 1 
S 2 7/03/84 C 8 



N 

N H90 



N 

N 049 



N K90 
N S51 
L 
N M69 



N H90 
N H90 



H 2 9/19/94 B 2 P N 



H 2 9/23/94 A 1 N 
S 2 9/24/94 A 5 N 



H 2 4/06/84 A 4 L 



H 2 1/22/94 B 6 
H 2 10/05/84 A 6 



S 2 2/02/94 S 1 P N F25 
H 2 3/09/94 C 1 P N C52 



H 2 8/14/94 A 13 

S 2 12/06/84 1 P F A15 

H 7 3/29/84 A 4 L 



H 3 3/16/94 B 1 N H90 
H 3 8/23/84 B 1 P N H90 



H 2 3/22/94 A 4 
H 2 10/28/84 B 2 
H 2 10/19/34 A 18 



H 3 7/19/34 B I 
S 2 7/19/34 A 13 



H 2 9/13/94 A 4 
H 2 12/31/84 B 12 
H 2 12/19/94 C 7 



H 2 -7/19/84 B 1 
S 2 7/19/84 A 13 



N 046 
N 






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PHOTOGRAPHER 



HALL. PERRICK (CHARLOTTE) 

WOMAN. SON FOUND SLAIN IN CHARLOTTE 

HALL. EDNA HUDSON IVA.I IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HALL. ELMA ROBERTS (OECEASEOI 
09ITUARY 

HALL. JENNIFER RUTH 

SKELETON IS IDENTIFIED 

PAIHOLUGISTS IDENTIFY BODY OF TEENAGER 

QPITUARY 

FRIENDS SCHOOL RECEIVES HONOR. MEMORIAL FUND 

HALL. JOHN IMOOEL/PHOTOGRAPHFRI 

JOHN HALL WORKS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE CAMERA: MODEL. 

HALL. K4REM 

SCHOOLS TRYING TO EXPAND TEACHING OF STRING MUSIC 

HALL. KENNETH D. OP. 

LETHAL INJECTION LAM SHOULD BF REPEALED 

DO NOT COMPARE 'APPLES AND ORANGES' 

A TRIP TO THE MOON. ..WITHOUT LEAVING DURHAM 

ART TREASURES RFQUIRE GUARDS' ATTENTION 

VISION TESTING KIT IS FREE FO' ASKING 

FRIENDS SCHOOL RECEIVES HONOR. MEMORIAL FUND 

HALL. KEVA'I (FASHION DESIGNERI 

CALIFORNIA DESIGNER SEES 'STACKABLE SPRING' 

HALL. KRISTI 

A CARD FOR CHILDREN 

CHRISTMAS CARD SALES TO BENEFIT SICK CHILDREN 

"LONNIE" (DECEASED I 

HALL. LUDIE FREEMAN (LILLINGTONI (3ECEASEDI 
031 TUARY 

HALL. PEARL 

PEARL HALL HONORED 

HALL. PHYLLIS (GLENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1 

TWO CITY SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO "EET WITH BLACK CAUCUS 

SCHOOL RACIAL PROBLEMS TO BE DISCUSSED BY GROUP 

BOARD TO REVIEW FIRING 

SCHOOL BOARD MULLS APPEAL OF SCHOOL SECRETARY'S FIRING 

BOARD UFHOLDS SECRETARY'S FIRING 

SCHOOL SECRETARY LOSES JOB AP'E»L. GETS S200 'RELIEF' 

POLICE POLICY FOR SCHOOLS ON AGENDA 

SCHOOLS TIGHTEN POLICY REGARDING CALLS TO POLICE 

HALL. RHONDA G. 

CONDITIONAL TERM SET FOR KIDNAPPER 

TRIAL BEGINS IN KIDNAPPING. ASSAULT CASE 

WITNESS SAYS "EN WERE SEEN TOGETHER 

WITNESS ADMITS RULE IN WOMAN'S ASSAULT 

OPOM ARGUMENTS FINISHING 

MISTRIAL DECLARED AFTER JURY DEADLOCKS IN ASSAULT CASE 

MISTRIAL IS DECLARED IN ODOH TRIAL 

ODD" TEST IFIE5 IN TRIAL 

ASSAULT SCARED WOMAN 

SECOND TRIAL STARTS FOR ODOM 

TESTIMONY ENDS IN OOOM TRIAL 

OOOM IS GIVEN LIFE C 80 YEARS IN KIDNAP TRIAL 

DEFENDANT GETS LIFE PLUS 30 Y; AR S IN ABDUCTION TRIAL 

STATE'S WITNESS GETS 30-YEAR TERM AFTER PLEA BARGAIN 

30-YEAR SENTENCE GIVEN 

HALL. SARAH MOflLEY (CHARLOTTE) 

WOMAN. SON FOUND SLAIN IN CHARLOTTE 

HALL. WARREN H. ( HI LL SnOROUCH 1 (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

HALL. WILLIAM L. (RUNNER AND OUKE JNIV. PROF.l 

DUKE PROF SEEKS <iTH WIN DURIN3 BOSTON MARATHON 
HALL FIFTH IN MASTERS 

HALL. WILLIAM w. JR. OR. (UNC-HILMT NGTONI 

PROFESSOR SAYS FILM PROJECTS WILL PUMP S 1 00 MILLION A YEAR INTO. 

HALL - KENNEDY. LESLIE 

MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

HALLEN1ECK. GAEL . 

PROJECT TO IMPROVE SERVICES FIR ELDERLY 

HALLMAN. ELNORA YVONNE 

DRUG OPERATION NETS MORE ARRESTS 

2 MCRE HELD IN DRUG BUST 

WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN HOME; KILLER IS SOUGHT 

POLICE PROBE WOMAN'S DEATH 

BULLET IS CAUSE CF DEATH 

HALSTEAO. KAPEN 

DURHAM HELPLINE OFFICIALS SEEDING AID FOR PROGRAM 

HALVEY. MICHAEL 

BRIDE'S PRETTY SMILE IS WHAT WON HIS HEART 

HALYBURTON. WILLIAM DAVID JR. (WWII HEROI 
NAVY HONORS N.C. WWII HERO 

HAM. FRANCES 

RELIGIOUS BROADCASTS WOOTHWHILE 

HAMACHER. ALBERT LSLANO (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HAMBY. OAME S. (N.C.S.U. SCHOOL OF TEXTILES! 

IMPORT CLAMPOOWN MAY AID TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

HAMBY, DONALD W. 

utility: rate HIKE NEEDED TO -E'VICE NEW INDUSTRY 
OURHAM HOMES ELIGIBLE FOR LOW'R POWER RATES 
DUKE POWER AN'IUUNCES ELECTRICITY SALE PROGRAM 
DUKE POWER PLANS NEW SUBSTATHN 

HAMBY. MARK ALLAN (CHAPEL HILL! 
CHAPEL HILL EDITOR ARRESTED 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/84 - 12/31/84 



EDITG'^'S COURT APPEARANCE SI=T 
2 CONVICTED OF DRUG CHARGES 

""""^PnliJIp'ii r- ilf'"'*-' lOECEASFDI 

FORMER N.C. MAN HELD IN SLAYIMG 

HAMETT, JEFF 

FIREFIGHTER CHARGED u I TH NINE FAL5E CALLS 

''""""o2'lTU?Ry"^'- '^""^ ICHAPEL HILLl lOECEASEOI 

HAMILTHN. IAIN (COMPOSERI 

OSSOA TO PREMIEPE JUNE 3 AT OJKE 

'"ALEIGH'S DRCAM- RECALLED 

RALEIGH'S DREAM f^LLS COLONISTS' STORY IN Snur 

COMPOSER IAIN HAMILTON SPf^AKS ABOUT'NEW DPeSa 

COHPUSEB'S OPERA PRCH[£^E5 SUNDAY OPERA 

COMPOSER TO GIVE TALK SUNDAY 

SDl2^;°Ki^i1^ " CHALLENGB FOR AUDIENCE 

OPERA'S DEBUT HIGHLIGHTS FESTIVAL 

THtY GOT DRESSED UP FOR FE ST I V AL WEEKENO 

HAMILTON. KENNFTH SGT. IHAOESBORni 

POLICEMAN INDICTED IN SLA?IHG 

WAUESBORO POLICEMAN GETS FOUR- YEAR TERM FOR SLAYING 
HAMILTON, MICHAEL DR. 

NEED FOR DOCTORS' ASSISTANTS SEEN 

HAMILTON. TED r. ISHVANI 

THE ARTIST C THE DANCER 

HAMILTON, TODO 

STUDENT RUNS OFF KITH RACE 

"""'duke VS^'^CLES^^r?'"' BASKETBALL PLAYER. 

HAMILTON FINALLY GETS CRACK AT HEELS 
HAMLET, JEROME JR. IWILMINGTONI 

^9y?I 9?P'',''> "E" TRIAL FOR CONDEMNED MAN 

STATE HIGH COURT ALLOWS CONTR] VERS! ALEVI PENCE 
HAMLIN, THEODORE 

MAN CHARGED WITH INCEST 

HAMM. JAMES 

M« BELL FACILITATED ROMANCE 
HAMMER, ARMANO 

>o9.'SS9 "A'SED IG AID HOSPITAL 

CHILDREN: A SHARED INTEREST 

HAMMER, VINCENT 

S30.000 RAISED TU AID HOSPITAL 
HAMMOND, CHARLES DR. 

£i!J?';f. PSJEOPOROSIS AWAITS ONE IN FOUR 

HEALTH NIGHT OUT SET FQP TUESDAY 

HAMMOND, JAMES 

JUDGE TOO LENIENT 

HAMMONDS, CLEVELAND DR. 

S^tJ9'^t,L"*''E "ORE WORK 
':'J2^t!'^9?r..<i?.A90ATION REQUIREMENTS AHEOUATF 



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TEACHER CREATIVITY PROMOTED 
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HONTHLY/A 



NNU4L INDEX 
l/Ol/B". - 12/31/1". 



CENTER DISCUSSIONS TO CPNTINU? 

SUPERINTENOENT HAHHONOS ELECTED In ALLIANCE POST 

HAMMONDS NAMED GROUP VICE CHAIRMAN 

BnTH SIDES SCORE POINTS IN S t' V ICf-CENTFR DISPUTE 

SCHOOL TENURE DISCUSSED 

CAREER PLAN IS TOP SCHOOL GOAL 

SCHOOLS TO KEEP SEARCHING FOR SIT^ 

TEST 1AT1NGS HIGHER FOR DURHA1 STUDENTS 

CITY SCHOOLS TO LOSE 5 TEACHI-IG POSITIONS 

HAHMONQSf HELENA ILU"aERTONl 

WOMAN JAILED FOR HOTEL FIRE 

HAMNER. W. CLAY 

SUPPORT KEEP 
HAMNER HEPOR 
HAMNtR SAID 
LOCAL INVEST 
LAKE DEVELOP 
OUKHAK LEAOE 
HOTEL PROJEC 
HAMNE" OiSCL 
SANFQRO HEAC 
MINI-CITY LA 
3 COUNTY PAR 
KENAN, JEESE 
NE/< CO-I-UNIT 
LAKES TO BE 
NEW TOWN BUI 
NEW LArjD SWE 
NEW TOWN DEV 
CORRECTIONS 
LAND NUT ADO 
HAMNER HOPES 
NAME OF NEW 



S FTUNOATION PU5Y 

TED SEEKING INVESTORS FOR HOTEL 

INVOLVED IN HOTEL 

OPS COULD SAVE CIVIC CENTER HOPES 

MFNT RULES RAPPED 

R5 EXCITED ABOUT 'ROPOSED C"XMUNITY 

T "LOOKS PROMISIN".' OFFICIAL S^YS 

AIMS POLE IN RAISING HOTEL FUNDS 

ING N. DURHAM PROJECT 

^10 PRICE TOPS 510 MILLION 

MS SOLD FOR PROJEIT 

E JOIN SANFOROS Tl DEVELOPMENT 

BLENDS CASH, KN^W-HOW, VISION 
PROTECTED 

L0ER3 LONG ON RESOURCES 

LLS DEVELOPMENT T? 5. ROD ACRES: HAMNER SAYS IDEA IS. 
ELOPERS SEE< NATIONAL PLANNERS 
AND CLARIFICATIONS 
ED 

TO HAVE 15T TENANT WITHIN YEAR 
DEVELOPMENT IS SCOTTISH FOR THREE RIVERS 

HAMPSTEAD. ED (DURHAM EMERGENCY MC^ T . OFFICEl 
EXERCISE TESTS 'RADIOACTIVE SPILL' 

HAMRICK. CAROL AND JOHN 

THEIR CHRISTMAS TREE WORK OF ■< ANY OAYS , 

HAMRICK, MYRTLE HOLMES lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HAMRIN, ROPEPT 

ECONOMIST: POLICIES SHOULD INCLUDE MORAL CONSIDERATIONS 
SPEAKER SAYS ECONOMIC VALUES NEED TO CHANGE 

HANAN, 0. R. LT. IDURHAM PSOI 

SUSPECT IN ROBBERY, ASSAULT SHOT IN ANKLE DURING CHASE 
MAN SHOT BY POLICE IS IN GOOD CONDITION 

HANCOCK, DE-EY lEDENI 

THREE INMATES REPORTED "ISSINS FROM UMSTEAO CENTER 
ESCAPEE CAUGHT; TWO ARE STILL FREE 
INMATE CAPTURED 

HANCOCK, STEPHEN E. 

JAYCEES SUPPORT THE CIVIC CENTER 

HANCOCK, WANDA LYNN 

NOT SMART. JUST SERIOUS 
HANCOCK GETS NCCU AWARD 
NOT SMART, ONLY SERIOUS? 

HANCOCK, WILLIAM G. "GERRY" 

BRAKE ON COMPUTERS URGED 

HANCOCK, CAMPBELL JOIN DEMO RACES 

HANCOCK FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

HUNT, HANCOCK FILE FOR SENATE 

HOSPITAL SALE RULES EYED 

STATE SENATE RACE LOOKS CROWOiO, TOUGH 

THREE DISTRICT PLAN OK ' FOR lURHAM 

RE-ELECTION RFCFPTIOW 

DURHAM REPRESENTATIVES GET HISH MARKS 

LEGISLATORS GET HIGH MARKS 

HANCOCK WINS BACKING 

CONSERVATION LEAGUE ENDORSES HANCOCK 

INCUMBENT STATE SENATOR IS PREDICTING 'TIGHT RACE' 

HANCOCK FORECASTS STRONGER WASTE LAWS 

RE-ELECT HANCOCK STATE SENATE (AO) 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE SACKS SPAULDING 

SENIOR CITUENS BACK SPAULDINS 

INCUMBENTS SPFNO MURE THAN OPPONENTS 

SENATE HOPEFULS BACK PROTECTHN OF LAKES 

CANDIDATES VARY ON 2N0 PRIMARY 

RE-ELECT HANCOCK STATE SENATE: EFFECTIVE REPRESENTATION lAOl 

SENATOR GERRY HANCOCK: FOR A '.OVERNMENT THAT WORKS... IAD] 

V0T':RS' alliance ENDORSES KNO< , SPAULDING. HUNT . 

DEATH PENALTY VIEWS APE GIVEN 

ISSUES PROLIFERATE IN 13TH DISTRICT RACE 

13TH DISTRICT STATE SENATE CA'JOIOATES 

HUNT, KOYALL TOP N.C. SENATE PIELO 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FOR STATE SENATE 

HANCOCK TO BACK ROYALL AND HU>< T 

HANCOCK VOWS SUPPORT FOB WINNERS HUNT, ROYALL 

LEGISLATORS SUPPORT HUNT'S PLAN „,„ 

MOST BIOTECHNOLOGY FUNDING WILL GO FOR GENETIC RESEARCH IN RTP 

SENATE APPROVES PORK BARREL BILL 

AFTER THE LAST HURRAH... 

HANDLER. LUCY 

MAHY SEMANS: 'SUNSHINE ON A S< Y-GLUE JUNE DAY* 

HANES, FREDERICK «0 I R DR. 

HANES BOOK COLLECTION GIVEN T:i SALEM COLLEGE 

HANFT, FRANK WILLIAM (CHAPEL HILLl IDECEASEDI 
HA,.(FT. UNC LAW SCHOOL LEADER. DIES 
F.W. HANFT, a<.. ONE OF 'GREAT SEVEN' AT UNC 

HANKEL. BILL ICARYI 

GOODBYE TO AN UNCOMMON MAN 

HANKIN. BETSY 

WARTIME 'ROSIE' TRIES WELDING AGAIN 

HANKS, JEFFREY WILLIAM I300NVILL'=I 

MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE IN SLAYING 

HANNAH, JAMES ADAM IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HANNON. ROBERT L. IGREENSBOROI 
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10/25/8". 


C 


1 P 


N 


A".7 


H 


2 


12/23/8". 


E 


8 P 


U 


G78 



H 2 2/03/8". C 



H 2 3/20/8". B 1 N 

S 2 3/29/8". C I N J56 



H 2 


"./08/P". 


A 




N 


M51 


S 2 


"./09/8". 


C 




N 




H 2 


12/22/8". 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


12/23/8". 


8 




N 




S 2 


12/2"./B". 


C 




N 




H 2 


"./17/8'. 


A 




L 




H 2 


"./07/8". 


A 




P N 




S 2 


"./lD/8". 


C 




N 




H 2 


<./16/8<. 


A 




E 




H 2 


1/05/8". 


B 




N 


01.6 


H 2 


1/25/8". 


A 




N 


W2<. 


S 2 


1/25/°". 


c 




r( 




H 2 


2/07/8". 


A 




P N 




H 2 


2/10/8". 


B 




N 


a".6 


H 2 


2/2<./B". 


A 




N 


0<.6 


H 2 


3/QP/8". 


A 




N 


0'i6 


H 2 


3/25/B". 


B 




P P 


F70 


S 2 


"./16/8'. 


A 




N 


C60 


H 2 


<./l7/8". 


3 




N 




S 2 


"./19/S". 


C 




" N 




H 2 


"./22/B". 


C 


16 


N 




S 2 


"./25/S". 


c 




N 


C60 


H 2 


"./26/8". 


B 




N 




H 2 


<./27/8<. 


A 




P A 




H 2 


5/02/8". 


B 




N 


0".6 


H 2 


5/03/8", 


C 




N 




S 2 


5/03/8". 


A 




N 


J56 


S 2 


5/03/8". 


C 




G 


C60 


S 2 


5/U<./B". 


c 




N 


C60 


H 2 


5/0<./8". 


c 




P A 




H 2 


5/05/8". 


A 


1 1 


P A 




H 2 


5/05/8". 


B 




N 


S51 


S 2 


5/05/B". 


A 




N 


C60 


H 2 


5/06/8". 


A 




N 


0".6 


H 2 


5/06/8". 


D 




P F 




H 2 


S/C/BA 


A 




N 


S51 


H 2 


5/0P/8". 


A 




N 




S 2 


5/0'=/8'. 


A 




N 


C60 


H 2 


5/10/8". 


B 




N 




H 2 


6/08/8". 


B 




N 


0".6 


S 2 


6/2-'/84 


A 




N 


C60 


M 2 


7/07/8". 


B 




N 


046 


H 2 


8/12/8". 


A 




F 


0",6 



S 2 3/23/8". B 1 G 
H 2 7/26/8". CBN 



5 2 10/08/9". A 7 N 
H 2 10/0O/8". B 10 



S 2 8/20/8". C 8 F 

H 2 3/0"./8". D 1 P F C19 

5 2 5/22/3". A 8 N 

H 2 11/26/84 B 6 

M 2 1/18/84 A 8 N 



W* 



" ° ''"'"'' 'i'lo'iA.' - \1A^%i '•' ~*"^^ "{n.y.t 



HINNOM'S UiMPRfOrCTAniLITY IN CAMPAIGN IS ReFRESHING 

BLACK, KLANSMAN, WOMAN COMPETE WITH BIG NAMES 

THREE CANOIOATES HPPUSE SCCONl PRIMARIES 

A°ULITION OF SECUNO PRIMARIES GOOO IDFA 

CANOIOATtS VOW ACTION QH ECDN3MY, EDUCATION 

EDMISTEN, KNOX OUTRUN PACK: F4IRCL0TH 3R0: MARTIN EASY GOP VICTORY 
HANNON, TOM (HFNPERSON) 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY HITS HENDERS-TN MAN'S AOS 
HAMSEN. PARBARA IRALFIGHI 

i ENTER GUILTY PLEA IN CASTLE9ERRY CASE 

HANSEN, THOMAS WILLIAM (CARRPQROI 

RHINO STATUE STTRS SUSPICION; THREE ARRESTED 

HANSON. R. C. (GREENWICH MILLS CO. I 

BEVERAGE FACILITY WILL OPEN IN ME5ANE 

HAROAKER, POBBIE (DURHAM TEACHFRI 

TEACHER PUTS ENERGY INTO INSTRUCTION 

HARDEE, TRUSSIE ( H I LL SBOROUGH I (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

HARDEN, CHARLES W. (CREENS80R0I 

BLUE BELL SHAREHOLDER FILES SUIT OVER PROPOSED BUYOUT 

HARDEN, ". R. SR. 

fkR?'*t'' POWER USERS ARE CHARGED UNFAIRLY 

■ONE SWIPE- CLEANER NOT 99.9 PERCENT EFFECTIVE 

PRAYER IS U.S. TRADITION crrcilvc 

THE ELECTION PROCESS 

ADVICE TO THE YOUNG 

AVOID 'TRASH WITH FLASH' 

""'°^;^^,?HII:'„"°'-"E5 (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASEOI 
Un 1 ( UARY 

HARDING, ROBERT LEE JR. 

MAN, <,2, CHARGED AFTER POLICE CHASE THRnuGH DURHAM 

"'""'nSlT^.Vil^ CHEATHAM ( MORR I S V I LL E I lOECEASED) 
Ud I I UA R Y 

HARDISON, HAROLD (SENATOR! 

HARDISUN MAY CAUS'= HEADACHES FOR JORDAN 
Sf§SJ5P.^ SPf.'P^^ AGAINST LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR RACE 
HARDISON DENIES MAKING HEAL WITH JORDAN 
t?li5^..^E'CHERS' PAY HIKE MAY THWAPT IMPROVEMENTS 
?i??IJ |E|S'°l;!5 SHOULD RAISE "UBLIC INDIGNATION 

bS§/j^'?^fsMIV^!:^AiS%J8£R2Ss"""°'"^ °""^ '""^ 

POLITICAL BUSY WORK 

HARDMAN, GABRIELLE (ASTROLOGERI 

ASTROLOGER SEES VICTORY FOR JIM HUNT IN ' B". STARS 

HARDY, CAHILLE (DANCE CRITICI 
OUR CRITICS 

HARDY, JAMES R. 

IS RtAGAN TOO OLD' 

REAGAN FIBBED ABOUT PLANS 

FALWELL'S PHARISEES CLOUD •8'. ELECTION 

HARDY, JOHN (GREENSEOROI 

THREE DEMOCRATS RECOMMENDED F] R VACANT .JUOGFSHIP 

HARDY, JOHN BLACKWELL (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HARDY. LONNIE ( KERNER SV ILLE J 

KERNERSVILLE MAN SENTENCED FOR CONSPIRACY IN BOMBING 
HARDY, WAYNE 

FOLKS AROUND H£R£: A MESSAGE TO PONDER 

HARE, CHRISTOPHER RAY (PRISON FSCA»EE) 
18-YEAR-OLD USES STATE CAR TO FLEE 

HARE, HES 

U.S. SHOULD SUPPORT UNITED NATIONS 
NICARAGUAN ELECTIONS 

HAREWOOO, COUNTESS AND EARL OF 

tlS^5'.^'"*f*"'' ' CHALLENGE FOR AiJDIENCE 
?£l5*;5T°l^y^ HIGHLIGHTS FESTIVAL 
IVmc i?! ?5f5SED UP FOR FESTIVAL WEEKEND 
I 1 : It r UK r c A 

"'""^'^S.JRiSS SATTERFIELD (DECEASEDl 
je 1 I UARY 

HARGRAVES, AL V I S (CHAPEL HILLl 
CANDY DISH USFD IN ASSAULT 
ASSAULT CHARGE FILED 

HARGRAVES. CLAYTON ASHLEY 

KaK iSo'r''iS'^s?feMi?K?'US^sf ;*§£""' '"°' " ''°"' 

HARGRAVES. EARL DWIGHT (CARR=lOPOI 

'FS5SS"?SASr^0''" "-S^"'-*" CHARGES 

iiF?s^A^?r!;i^icVaE'jf;r^s\j^iyr"" ''"'-"' 

HARGRAVES. LONA COUNCIL (DECEASEOI 
OR I TUARY 

HARGRAVES. WILLIAM REV. (OECEASEDI 
UO 1 I UA K Y 

HARGROVE, DENNIS T. (OXFOROI 

GRANVILLE MAN IS CHARGED WITH MURDER IN SHOOTING 
HARKRADER. RICHARD 

COUNCIL SHOULD WEIGH CIVIC CEMTER COSTS 

HARLEY, KENNETH RANDAL 

SLAYING SUSPECT NOT INDICTED 

HARLOW. DAVE 

POLITICAL PARTIES ORGANIZE EFFORTS IN DURHAM 
DURHAM GOP CHAIRMAN FILES FOR N.C . HOUSE SEAT 



NE 

P DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 


S 2 1/31/1". A 
S 2 3/21/R<. A 
H ? 3/27/8*, c 
H 2 !,/02/0'> A 
H 2 5/03/84 A 
H 2 5/Q9/84 A 


12 

16 

1 

4 

10 

1 


P N 
K 
N 454 

F 
N 
N 


H 1 lO/U/84 B 


1 


N 


S 2 1/1-1/84 C 


1 


N 


H 2 9/26/84 B 


1 


N K45 


S 2 10/09/84 C 


1 


N 846 


H 2 2/05/84 


1 


P F W24 


H 2 3/05/84 C 


2 





H 2 5/16/84 A 


7 


N 


H 2 5/1D/84 4 
H 2 8/15/84 A 
H 2 9/13/84 A 
H 2 10/17/84 A 
H 2 11/15/84 A 
H 2 12/27/84 A 


4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 




H 2 12/05/84 B 


8 





H 2 9/10/84 A 


3 


N 


H 2 9/06/84 A 


16 





S 2 1/13/B4 4 
H 2 1/24/84 4 
S 2 2/10/84 A 
S 2 3/01/84 C 
H 2 5/19/n4 A 
H 2 6/28/84 A 
H 2 11/21/84 A 
H 2 12/04/84 A 


3 
1 1 
10 
4 
4 
1 
1 
4 


J 

N 

J 

P N 

F 
N 
N 
E 


H 2 1/C2/84 A 


3 


P F 


H 2 7/08/84 D 


1 


P F C19 


H 2 9/12/84 A 
H 2 9/21/84 A 
H 2 10/09/84 4 


4 
4 
4 


L 
L 
L 


H 1 1/25/84 B 


1 


N 


H 2 6/30/84 B 


8 





H 2 12/08/84 a 


3 


N 


_H 2 4/24/84 B 


1 


U 


H 2 5/04/84 A 


18 


N 


H 2 2/01/84 A 
H 2 11/30/84 A 


4 
4 


L 
L 


H 2 6/04/84 6 
S 2 6/04/84 A 
H 2 6/05/84 A 
S 2 6/05/84 B 


1 R C19 
1 P F B61 
6 P U 
1 P P K30 


H 2 6/02/84 C 


5 





H 3 4/03/84 B 
S 2 4/03/84 D 


1 
4 


N 
N 


S 2 10/01/84 C 
H 2 10/02/84 B 


1 
1 


N 447 
N 


S 2 3/21/84 A 
H 3 3/22/84 B 
H 2 8/16/84 A 
S 2 8/18/84 A 


8 
1 
1 
3 


N 
N 
N S82 

N 


H 2 8/06/84 B 


6 





H 2 3/18/84 8 


2 





H 2 4/24/84 B 


1 


N 


H 2 4/28/84 4 


4 


L 


H 2 2/11/34 8 


1 


N 


S 2 ■ 3/01/94 A 
H 2 4/26/84 B 


1 
I 


N C05 
N 



MONTHLT/4 



N N U A L 
l/01/8<. 



I N D "E X 



NAMES 



PAr.E 130 



HARLOa FILES FOR M.C. HOUSE S= AT 

FIVE FILE FOR STATE HOUS SEATS 

GOP FARES POUOL* ON CQM"lSSIU'ieR3 RACE 

DURHAM CANDIDATES DISAGREE ON DF3ATE 

CANDIDATES CLASH ON rtASTE CONTRnL 

HARLOW. MILLER DIFFER ON STAT; INVENTORY TAX 

CANDIDATES FOR ft9TH DISTRICT lAMPAIGNED LITTLE UNTIL NOW 

GOP CANDIDATES SUPPORT PRESIDENT 

HARLOW REPUBLICAN N.C. HOUSE (AOI 

PULLEV OUTDISTANCES FOE; "ILL^R SQUEAKS OUT UIN 

PULLEY, MILLER SURVIVE GOP RI' TIDE 

HARLOW. LAPRY (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

HARLUW TRIES ONCE MORE. THIS TIME THE HARD HAY 



(CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASEDI 



HARMEL. HEPMINE MRS, 
OBITUARY 

HARMON, LARRY (TOLEDO. OHIOl 
BOZO IN •B',' 

HARNACK. WILLIAM J, 

•HUMANIST' FAVORS STUDENT FREEDOM 

TRY ANNIHILATING THE POOR TO END THEIR PROBLEMS? 

HAPOSKI, TOM ( WINSTON-SALEMI 

HELICHPTEP pilot, rescue W0RK:R KILLED IN CRASH 

TWO OIE IN COPTER CRASH 

RESCUE WORKERS TRIEn TO WARN PILOT HE WAS GETTING TOO LOW 

COPTER PILOT KNEW WORKER DEAD BEFORE CRASH 

HARPER. ALTON EA'L 

ONE WRECK TOO MANY 



. (DECEASEDI 
(DECEASEDI 



HARPER. AUDREY 
OBITUARY 

HARPER. JAMES A 
OBITUARY 

HARPER, JERRY E. REV. 

ARTICLE ON "ARTIST TALK HISLE'DING 
KLAN VERDICT REVIVES 'DARK AGES' 
PLAYBOY CHANNEL INSULTS WOMEN 
PORNOGRAPHY MUST BE REGULATED 
JIM MARTIN SKIPPED VOTES ON VITAL ISSUES 

MAPPER. KENNY (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 

SLAON'S CONFIDENCE KEY FOR KENNY HARPER 

HARPER, LARRY DR. (HOMFSTEAO HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCHI 

DISAGREEMENTS CONTINUE AFTE» TAPTIST CONVENTION FIGHTS 
BIBLE CALLED key TO CHURCH'S TURNAROUND 

HARPER. ROBERT GOODLOE (N.C, LAND SURVEYORI 

BOOK REVIVES INTEREST IN N.C, LAND SURVEYOR 

HARPER. SUSAN AMELIA LAWRENCE (DECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

HAPPER, TI" (THE SHAKE! 
THE SHAKE 

HARRAT, BILL 

SOUTHERN nuPHAH MAY GET NEW PARK 

CITY PUBLISHES 'GIFT GUIDE' FOR PARKS AND RECREATION 

HARKELL, EMMA (DURHAM CARE CENTER 'EStDENTI 
SHARE VIVIO MEMORIES 

HARRFLL. TIM 

JAYCEE RAPS PLAN TO ADMIT WOMEN 

HARRELSON, HAROLO DEAN (NAGS HEADI 

SBI: 35.000 POUNDS OF MARIJUA-JA SEIZED 

2<> PEOPLE ARE CHARGED IN N.C. MARIJUANA CASE 

HARRELSON. JOHN DR. 

HARRELSON GETS POSITION 

HARfllLL. THMMY 

SOIL CONTAINING TRACES OF PCB FOUND IN ASHEVILLE 

HARRIMAN. AVERELL 

MR. BUSH'S SNIDE REMARK 

HARRINGTON, ERIC 

JACK THE STEER HILL BE READY = OR LIVESTOCK SHOW AND SALE 
COMPUTER IS USED FOR REAL-LIFE NEEDS 

HARRINGTON. J. J. "MONK" (SENATORl 

BLACKS FAIL 10 CAPTURE FIRST PLACE IN TUESDAY'S VOTING 
HARRINGTON CITES BACKING FUR SENATE PRO TEM POST 
ONLY ONE STATE SENATOR SEEKIN3 PRESIDENT PRO TEM J0» 
SENATE DEMOS TAP ROYALL. HARRINGTON 

HARRINGTON. JAMES 

MARTIN TAPS THREE DEPARTMENT SECRETARIES 
MARTIN APPOINTEES SET PRIORITIES 

HARRIS. AGNES 

GRANDMOTHER SHUT IN LEG 

HARRIS. ALEX 

DUKE OFFICIAL WINS ITS.nOO PRIZE 
DUKE PHOTOGRAPHY CENTER GETS GRANT 

HARRIS. ALICE MAE ( F A YE TTE V ILL^ I 

FBI AGENT IN N.C. SAYS 'blG SIX' 



IDEA SUCCESSFUL 



HARRIS. AMOUS (OECFASEOl 
ORI TUARY 

HARRIS, AROENIA WALKER (DECEASEDI 
OeiTuAKY 

HARRIS. ARLENE METCALF (DECEASEO( 
OniTUARY 

HARRIS. ?, J. 

HATS OFF TO CARON AVRY, WONC 

HARRIS. BEVERLY KNOWLES ( f A YF TTEV IL LE I 
lt> PEOPLE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

HARRIS. BOB 



N E 

P 

S ? 

S 2 

S ? 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



S I 

E L 

DATE C PG L 

<./26/R'. C ? 

<./3D/fl<. A 1 

8/2''/R<. C 1 

10/22/»<. A I 

lD/2'5/9'. C 1 

10/30/8<. C 1 

10/31/fl4 A 1 

11/03/8'. A A 

ll/J'./'!'. A 6 P 

U/0T/<1<. A I 

11/08/84 A 1 



N C60 

N J56 

N C60 

G C6n 

N C60 

N Qitb 

L 

A 

N CiO 

N 0'V6 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 



6/03/8", C 3 

2/15/8<. A 11 

3/24/84 A 4 

1/05/84 A 4 

1/16/84 A 5 



U 071 



E 



9/26/84 A 1 

9/26/04 A ? 

9/27/84 B 2 P 

9/28/84 A 1 



9/22/84 B 1 P 
4/23/84 B 6 
4/25/84 B 5 



N 

P K30 





3/15/84 A 

4/21/84 A 

5/29/84 A 

7/07/84 A 

11/05/84 A 



S 2 10/12/84 1 P N F25 



H 2 
H 2 


7/0 7/84 
a/04/84 


A 
A 


9 
6 P 


N 
F 


A20 


S 2 


3/16/84 


A 


14 


F 


J50 


H 2 


9/21/84 


c 


6 







H 2 


7/06/84 


D 


1 P 


F 


W66 


5 2 
S 2 


10/22/84 
12/10/84 


A 

A 


1 
1 


N 
N 


"69 
M69 


S 2 


5/1 1/84 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


8/17/84 


c 


1 


'( 


C05 


H 2 
H 2 


5/03/64 
5/04/84 


A 

A 


10 
20 


N 

N 




S 2 


9/22/64 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


12/13/84 


c 


14 


N 




H 2 


8/25/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 
S 2 


4/15/14 
7/07/84 


A 
A 


6 P 

3 


F 
N 


M51 
CO-i 


H 1 
H ? 
H 2 
H 2 


7/19/»4 
11/17/84 
12/04/94 
12/06/84 


B 
B 

A 
A 


1 

12 
I 


N 
N 

N 
N 




H 2 
S 2 


12/11/84 
12/H/84 


A 

A 


1 r 
I 


N 
N 





H 2 1/30/84 B 1 



H 

s 


? 

2 


9/16/84 
9/25/84 


B 
A 


1 
10 


N 
N 


H 


2 


12/11/34 


A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


10/11/84 


A 


18 





H 


2 


3/27/94 


A 


6 





H 


2 


4/26/84 


A 


18 





H 


2 


4/16/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


11/10/84 


A 


1 1 


N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

l/Ol/a". - U/31/il<. 



GPUF AWARDS 

HAPRIS. CAOflLYN 

WOMAN CHABGEO WITH KNIFE ASSAULT 

HARRIS. CHARLES REV. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HALO SET 

HARRIS. CHARLES U. IHENOERSO'I) 

Z HENDERSON BROTHERS PLEAD GUILTY TO SECOND-DEGREE KIDNAPPING 
HAPRIS. CONRAD "SONNY" 

THE WINDOW HAN: HE CAME TO DURHAM TO DIES AND STAYED... 

HARRIS, CONSTAWCF ANOREA 

SALESMAN ROBdED At GUNPOINT 

HARRIS. DAVID LE:= 

SHOOTING INJURY LISTED AS SERIOUS 

HARRIS. DOUGLAS H-. I H I LL S80ROUGH 1 
PASS THE SALT, PLEASE 

HAPRIS, EDDIE LEE IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. EDWIN LEE (DECEASEDI 
O'^ITUARY 

HARRIS. ELNORA YVONNE HALLMAN IDEC'ASEDI 

HAPRIS. EMMA L. (DECEASED) 
ORITUARY 

HARRIS, ESTEP C. 

SOCIAL SECURITY RECIPIENTS WARNED ABOUT FLIMFLAM 

HARRIS. FWING "SKEETER" 

"g^;?;?"! TESTS VICTIMIZE PROPERTY OWNERS? 
•SEPTIC SYSTEMS TOO LONG NEGLECTED- 

HARRIS, FRANCO IFOOTBALL PLAYER) 
HARRIS TO ATTEND CLASSIC 

AT^RANOOM """"^ -'°"^^ ^^"^ RANKS FOR DUKE CLASSIC 
?i?S'5= '^''L TOUGHER THAN IN 9' OWN ERA 
STEELERS- HARRIS REMAINS HUMBLE 

HARRIS. r.AYLE (PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE) 
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING 

HARRIS, GEORGE GARDNER 

d^ef!w2?i'5SgGE'jLS?S' "''" """''' '"'^ 

HARRIS, GLEN EDWARD (HENOERSONl 

Z HENDERSON BROTHERS PLEAD GUILTY TO SECOND-DEGREE KIDNAPPING 

HARRIS, GUY VERNON DR. (DECEASEDI 
01ITUARY 

HAPRIS, HAROLD J. 

•CHAMPION FOR CHILDREN-: PSYCHIATRIST WORKS WITH YOUTH... 

HAPRIS, HENRY (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBI TUARY 

HARRIS, HENRY (N.C. OOT] 

GRADING PROJECT BEING INVESTIGATED 
HARRIS, JAMS'; 

MAN^S SLEEP ENDS IN DUMP 

MAN DOWN IN THE DUMPS 

HARRIS, JAMES 0. (^AYETTEVILLE) 

16 PEOPLE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

""'"IfA^B^o'lNiJyE'DIEs"*'- ""'°''' '°f"*5En) 

HARRIS, JAMES EARL (OEIDSVILLE) 

CENTI<AL PRISON INMATE STA^SBED ^5 TIMES 

HARRIS, JAMES FRANKLIN (ENGELHARD, N.C.I 
N.C. MAN'S BODY IDENTIFIED 

HARRIS, JAMIE 

HARRIS GETS iHa CHANCE 

"*'"*'l.'M;<,^c^?,i5I?'^ °'' "^'■0" PICHART HARRIS) • 

FAMOUS ACTOR MOVED TO TEARS 

HARRIS, JEPOME S. DR. 

DUKF TO GIVE AWARDS TO C0"0, FOUR OTHERS 

HARRIS, JOE (JIM MARTINIS DEPUTY P^^ESS SFCRFtaryi 

WAITING LINE FORMS FOR S Vi TE B OARO AP?OI,N T^ENTS 

HARRIS, JOHN BRIAR (ROIJG = MONT) 

OOANGF COUNTY MAN FOUND SHUT TO DEATH 
Ue"fuARY " ^""'' '° 0E4TH, HOUSE BURNING 

R^EwiRD^OFF^^R^^S I^nuJoER"''"' "^^" ^""^'^"^ 

REWARD SET IN MURDER 

RECREATING ORANGE COUNTY CRIME LIKE BEGINNING WITH NOVEL'S END 

"*'"*'oBIt3ary"""'"'"' '"'I-LSBOROUGHI (DECEASED! 

HARRIS, LAKE w. (ORANGE CO.) 

:i'ASR^'s'"TS"BEg'i5^s;g5 3^^sj'^5 """^ "°^°'^ 

"^"'Sbi^tSKry'- "• '""EASED, 
"""'^BlVlii^i' •"" (DECEASED) 
HARRIS, LOUIS (POLLSTEP) 

P0LLrSAR??R%\!;;X'??S's1"^''^ '"U" ""LD SWAY ELECTION 

ENVIRONMENT, ELECTION LINKED 
HARRIS, LOUISE PASCHALL (DECEASEDI 



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-'-X6.0- MONTHLY/. N^N^U^J^^ . \h°yhi ' ' NAMES '["jWAl 

OBITUARY 

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS SIX PEOPLE ON GAMBLING COU«iT 
WOMAN IS INDICTED ON GAMBLING CHARGES 

HARRIS. LUCILLE TI-BERLAKE {OECEASSDI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. MANUEL LEE ICHAPEL HILLl 

FEMALE CLERK USES WRENCH FO" DEFENSE 
MAN FACES CHARGE AFTER ATTACH ON CLERK 

HARRIS. MARGARET 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. MAO ION REX 

JACKSON'S CHAIRMAN URGES BLAC< S TO JOIN GOP „ ,, ., 

SOMC^;pEAKERS URGE BLACKS TO lONSIOER BECOMING REOUPLICANS 

HARRIS. MARY (CARKPCOI , ^ , ^ ,.^ 

PHYSICIANS DON'T SAY ALL THAT'S IMPORTANT 

ij*pjjjr Mil nPFn 

TOBACCO STRINGING ART 'BORN OJ T OF NECESSITY- 
SPARE HISTORICAL AREA 

HARRIS. PAUL [FUNERAL OIRECTHRI 

HIS LIFE'S WORK IS TO COMFORT 

HARRIS. OERRIN 

OLO PHOTOS A TREAT 

HARRIS. PHYLLIS 

MISSING GIRL SOUGHT 

HARRIS. RICHARD lACTORI 

FAMOUS ACTOR MOVED TO TEARS 

HARRIS. ROBERT IDUKE POWER CO. I 

VOLUNTEERS HELP KEEP COLD OUT OF HOME 

HARRIS. ROBERT IDUKE STUDENTI 

SUIT AGAINST DUKE CLAIMS LOSS OF SIGHT 

ZNO PERSON CHARGED IN HENDERS3N FIRE 

HARRIS. S- PHILIP IHENOERSONl 

ALUMNI OFFICIAL NAMED ACTING UNC DEVELOPMENT HEAD 
HARRIS GETS POST AT UNC 

HARRIS FAMILY'S SECRET IS DOING THINGS TOGETHER 

MARHT S. S TF vE 

COVERAGE SUPPORTS JUVENILE-AIT EFFORT 
LOOK OUT FOR 'BIG BROTHER' SOLICITORS 
vnLLEYBALL TAKES HOLD 

HARRIS. SYDNEY 

HARRIS 'DUMBFOUNDS' THIS READER 

HARRIS. WAYMGN A. (OECEASEOt 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. WILLIAM DAVID ( HOLOEN BEAC-ll (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS - ANDERSON, LIODELL 
BRING JESSE HELMS HOME 

HARRISON. 3ILL JR. 

SPRAIN MOST COMMON INJURY TO ANKLE 

HARRISON. CHARLIE IGREENVILLEl 

ECU HOPING FOR NEW RESULTS FRTM OLO FACES 

HARRISON. GEORGIA HORNER (HURDLE MILLSI IDFCEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

HARRISON. JULIAN , . 

'I THOUGHT I WOULD 3E DEAD IN MINUTES' 

HARRISON. LOU , „ 

PROTECT ENDANGERED SPECIES - SNAKES. TOO 

HARRISON. WILLIAM (INVESTMENT BANK=RI 

STORM SAGA DOESN'T DAMPEN SAILING YEN 

» 
HARRISON. WILLIAM "■ JR. 

NEAPING THE GOAL 

HARRISON. WILLIAM P. (URBAN MINISTRIES BOARD! 

BIOS FOR URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER REJECTED; FUND DRIVE RESUMED 

HARRISS, CAROLYN 

CARRINGTON VOTERS RES'NT LONG WAIT 

PROPEP ASBESTOS REMOVAL PAINSTAKING BUSINESS 

HARSHMAN. "ARV (OASKETBALL COACHI 

HARSHMaN'S HUSKIES CARRYING P»C-10 5ANNER 

harsm"an a household name here, a mystery elsewhere 

HAPT. "C lOXFURUl 

GRANVILLE MAN HURT IN SHOOTTNS 
SHOOTING VICTIM'S CONDITION C'lTICAL 

"""•g^'^NIE^HARRISON (DECEASED] „ 2 q/05/8<> A 10 ' 

""^•GA^MirsJEAlllNG AS HE READ' THE BOOK. MAKING OF THE PRESIDENT I960 H 2 Z/jy/l ' j) ' ^ "* M 

HART'S VICTORY INJECTS QUESTHN MARK IN RACE S 2 I'CSi/Si F A N W 

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HART'S SHOWING SURPRISE. EUT REAGAN'S "f'S^'JCE H | 3'0|/9J » ' T T P<,S 

YOU GOTTA HAVE HART. MILES AN:1 MILES OF HART (CARTOONl H | VOA/flA » "^ ' >"•' ■ 

SOUTH GETS SHORT SHRIi^T IM CAMPAIGN " $ 1/T2/0A A A T T R56 ■ 

HAKT: A NEW FACF IN POLITICS , " | ^,,%>SZ 2 ? J ■ 

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES CAN LEARN FROM HART 5 ? yii/.'' » ' i ■ 

THE SIGNIFICANCF OF SUPFR TUESDAY [J | |^[^^;J A A E ■ 

jRESyOENTUC^PrSpMGN SEEN SPLITTING DEMOCRATIC ACTIVISTS \!, \ ' VAVAt l i T f R56 ■ 

PLANS FOR 'NEW IMPROVED IDEAS! ' FOR GARY HART ICARTOONI H 2 3/2'>/8<, A A T T R56 



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H4ftT WURKEHS NAMEO 

H4RT, JSLKiQN PLAN TQ STUMP PI STiTf 

HART, JACKSON TO VISIT N.C. 

jS?Jsa^rSjs? ?;; 5;?fT ?lr5S^Lr'"= Pennsylvania primary cartoon, 

l^i^I^J^ S''EA< IN DURHAM: JACKSON ALSO TO VISIT AREA 
NO SECURITY PR03LFMS EXPECTED FOR HART'S VISIT 
OE'lOCOATIC CANDIDATES TOUR AR= A 

HART'S FRIENO HELPET HIM IN DENVER WHERE IT STARTED 
ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD GIVES HART A BOOST ^ ' AK I EO 
SPEECH OFFERS FEW ANSWERS 
bLACKS CURIOUS ABOUT VISIT 
STUDENTS DEMONSTRATE 
CLIPPED COM'<ENTARY 

VISITS ENCOURAGE HART. JACKSO>l SUPPORTERS 
■MYS ON BUS' GIVE NEW LOOK AT CAMPAIGN 
MONOALt. HART TO TOUR RTP 

N.C. IS MORE IMPORTANT FOR PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS 
HART, MONOALE CAMPAIGN IN TRIANGLE HUPtFULS 
HART, MONOALE HUNT N.C. VOTES 
HART WINS HEARTS AT RTP 
HART AIPE WANTS HONDALE RFFUN"'S 
IJ^'STEN URGES VOTES AS 'MOUNTAIN GOVERNOR- 
TAX RETURN DOESN'T SI?6 UP HA'T 
INGRAM BLASTS CAMPAIGN LOANS 
N.C. PRIMARY NOW CRUCIAL 

Tn25r?A''jT,!""'5'2S'?I""- "OPEFJLS RETURNING TO N.C. 
TOBACCO STILL A PRIMARY INTEREST 
MONDALE EYES KNOCKOUT PUNCH IN 'BIG '• • 
MONOALE SEEKS SWEEP TO END HALT'S CAMPAIGN 
"^NOALE TAKES N.C: MONDALE AD OS mq: tS S TR I NG 
ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM C J NTY : FOR PR ES I DENT 
JACKSON THE WINNER IN DURHAM i-r* c b 1 ui:N 1 

WHO^s'fSI sInStOR?*'"'-"'^"'™ "'' O-LEti'^S AS -NEW MATH- 
DEMOCRATIC HOPEFULS ARE 'A MOTLFY BUNCH- 
MONOALE'S THE WINNER - WHATEVER IT°5 WORTH 

'H'iitnot'i''Alh'°''°'' ■''""N-S CA^L FOR UNITY ^ | yAV/st J ? P nVo. ^ 

HART. PATRICIA IFRANKLIN CO.l •» 

SEARCH BAFFLING, SAYS PATRICIA HART, FARMER, CANDIDATE u 5 =/,7/o,. . , i 



ART, FARMER, CANDIDATE 
,_ DR. INAT'1 CFNTFR Eno rn 
PUBLIC C 



HART, RONALD OR. INAT'L CENTER FOR TOXICOLPOY PESEARCHI 
CONFUSED BY VARIED FI N5 ING S OF TOX ICOLOG I S T 



HARTE, GLENN T. IHENDERSONI r) 

ELECTION BALLOT TOO LONG 

HARTFORD, JOHN (MUSICIANI ~ ij' 

JOHN HARTFORO-S SHOWMANSHIP CARRIES ALLEY CROWD H 2 12/1<,/P<, 3 R N3* ^ 

HARTLEY, LLOYD DENNIS ICHARLOTTEI > 

U.S. GRAND JURY INDICTS FOUR PEOPLE ON CHARGES INVOLVING PORNOGRAPHY H 2 lO/0*/e<. C 11 N 6' 

HARTLEY, LLOYO M. ICHARLOTTEI N 

U.S. GRAND JURY INDICTS FOUR "EOPLE ON CHARGES INVOLVING PORNOGRAPHY 

HARTMAN, EUGENE MONTGOMERY (DeCEASEDI 

HARTMAN, MARILYN 

MYSTERY TOUR TRACKS DURHAM'S ^AST, FUTURE 
HARTMAN, WANDA PHILLIPS I MT . AIRYI 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS MAN-S OiATH SENTENCE 

HARTSHORN, JOAN K. ICARY) (DECEASED I ij 

LEUKEMIA PATIENT-S MOTEHR DIES „ , ,,,,,3^ ^ ,^ ^ {fl 

HARTSHORN, RUSSELL ICARYI 

CARY BOY RECEIVES MARROW TRANSPLANT v, •. „,„,, N 

LEUKEMIa PATIFNT'S MOTEHR DIES " ^ 8/03/6<> A IC N J." 



HARTSOCK, TED G. (RALEIGHI _ 

OPINIONS OF CANDIDATES EXPRESSED „ , 10/29/R. A 4 L Jj 

HARTSOF, WADE FRANKLIN IMAIDENI H 
TRUCKFR 0IE5 IN i-a5 WRECK 

HARVAN. SARAH 

WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, FALL- SHE FINDS COLORS THAT HATCH 
HARVARD, JOSEPH REV. 

SPRING DOESN'T FND NEED FOR FJEL AID 

HARVERSON, STEVE IHAYwOOO CU. I > 

5'ulK,'?Lf,',"?5cS""'"*"l-LE MURTER TRIAL 
2 MEN CONVICTED, SENTENCED IN DEATH OF SECURITY GUARU 

HARVEY. BILL 

GOLF AWARDS 

OVERSTREET'S TOWN PAYS ITS RESPECTS 

HARVEY, GEORGE AND MARGARET (RALEIGHI 
OUADRUPLET niES 

HAPVEY, JAN (TEACHERI 

SPECIAL CLASS AT OXFORD SCHOOL HELPS HANDICAPPED YOUNGSTERS 
HARVEY, LAURA 

WORKERS CHARGE IBM MADE THEM 'GUINEA PIGS- 
HARVEY, "ichael lee (VIRGINIAi 

FOUR MEN ARE ARRAIGNED ON DRUS CHARGES 

HARVEY, NANCY (HOSIERY DESIGNERI 
GET A LEG UP ON SOCK STYLES 

HARVEY, PASSIE IMAPIONI 

Jlfo/„^I? ''*'' «5,000 REWARD TO BLIND MAN 

SECOND REWARD GIVEN TO BLIND SI.C. WIDOWER 

N.C. MAN GETS SECOND REwUo IN TENSi^PRISON ESCAPE CASE 
"'"VIN. L. H. Ill (ROSES STOPESI 

ROSES STORES: -IN 1980, WE OUI T PRETENDING WE W^RE NOT SOMETHING WE WERE 
HARVIN. LOTTIE 

FORMER COURT WORKER CONVICTED AGAIN 

"*"« IN, LUCIUS HERMAN JR. (DECEASEDI 
FORMER ROSE-S PRESIDENT OlfS 



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HARt4AR0* HAAVEV (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

"A3WARD. NELLIE LUCILLE lOECEASEOl 
09ITUARY 

MARWARI, TMOWAS "ELVIN lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

HAOuAROi XINFORD xILLiiH (OECEISEOI 
OBITUARY 

HARWELL. FREO lATTnR'lEYl 

F9I AGENT IDENTIFIES PHOTOS F' Ow KLAN-NAZI CARAVAN 

HARWELL - JAONAGIN. CLAIRE 

RAPF VICTIMS HAVE CENTER FOR SUPPORT 

HAOWOOO. JESLEY STEPHEN 

OWNER CHASES. CATCHES JEEP UH AFTER THEFT 

HASKINS. ASN u. 

YOUNG VOLUNTEERS HONORED 

HASKINS. faRYAflT 

INITIAL TESTS IN N.C. SHOW NO ED3 CONTAMINATION 

HASKINS. LSOflARO CLARENCE 

ARREST CUUNT STANDS AT 17 IN 



OMTINUING DRUG CASES 



HASHINS. REBECCA DAMEdOOO lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



HASKINS. RON OR. 

EXPERTS SAY ABSENT FATHERS' 



FINANCES IMPROVE 



HASKINS. RONALI L. 

EX-'OLICEMAN GETS SUSPENDED SENTE'JCc 
FOR-ER VICE SOUAD LEADER SENTENCED 

HASKINS. WILLIAM G. (WASHINGTON. D.C.I lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



HASSAINI. 
U.N. 



HATEN OR. 

DELEGATE DISPUTES REPORT' ON ARAFAT TALKS 



HASSELL. SYLVESTER 

HASScLL PICTURED EVIL AS DOMINATING 

HASTINGS. BARRY G. (MIAMI. FLA.l 
CHARLES AOAMS A FINE LEADER 

HASTINGS. GARY 

NO FOR bell: 



YES FOR HIGHT 



HASTINGS. WILLIA" G. 

LAW TARGETS FIRING RANGES 

HATARA. JUKKA TAPAM IRURAL HALLI 

AGENT=; SAY MEN TRIEn TO TAKE ^UNS TO MARIJUANA PLANTATION 
INCREASED DRUG SMUGGLING LIKELY IN N.C. - OFFICIALS 

HATCH, JEAN 

RESCUE AWARD 

HATCHER. JOHN (DURHAM »ULLS1 

HATCHER HAS HOT BAT FOR COOL 3URHAM BULLS 

HATCHETT. RUSSELL (TOBACCO GRADER I 

2 FEDERAL TOBACCO GRADERS CONVICTED 

HATFIELD. MARK a. SEN. (R-nRE.I 

HATFIELD REPJTATION MAY SUFFER 

HATHAWAY. WILLIAM EDWARD "EDDIE" CHAPEL HILLI 
MAN FACES CHARGE OF ASSAULT ON ChILI 

hearing set in sexual assualt of 7-yeafl-old girl 
hearing set for man charged with assault 
suspect in assault jailed on 1992 drug warrants 
rewarcs possible !n girl's death 
sex offense charges are dis-isseo 
secual-assault Charge dropped in carrboro case 
HATHAWAY indicted in wilkerson case 

HATHAWAY faces charges 

hattaway, allan "ay isalisburyl 
2 plead guilty to murders 
two men plead guilty tq xidnapping. muroer 
two mfn get 90-year ter»s for murders * 

haugfn. bernard 

deficit belies rhetoric 

hausfr. edwin w. d°. 

hauser appotnteo institute omector 

transportation post appointment goes to ncsu professor 

mauser. thomas r. dr. 

official: epa information now available to public 

haviGhurst. Clark 

doctor glut is serving as catalyst for change 

mfdical boards are violating \nti trust laws. profrssor says 

medical standards. licensing 'lecessary 

not all medical specialists a) e eoual 

opinions vary on cost of malpractice suits 

transplantation: is life PRICELESS AND WORTH SAVING AT any COST 

HAVRILESKT. THOMAS H. 

REDUCING DOCTORS IS NOT PUBL It -SP I R ITED 

THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES 0= THOSE BIG BAD DEFICITS 

THE DEFICIT: SOMETHING "USI B: DONE QUICKLY 

DEREGULATED BANKS: TAXPAYERS' BURDEN? 

TAX RFFORM: SOME OF THE ALTERNATIVES 

HAWES. LAWRENCE EDWARD 

OURHA" TEEN CHARGED IN IVY ROOM ROBBcRY 

TEEN-AGER CHARGED IN AR-EO R09BERY AT IVY ROOM EATcRY 

HAWKE. JACK (JIM MARTIN CAMPAIGN "ANASEui 
EOMISTEN APOLOGIZES FOR HAwKE REMARK 

CONVICTED MELON I CONCURS ITAC E« E RUFUSUSI (CARTOONI 
EDMISTEN'S RE-ARK UNJUSTIFIED 
MARTIN CITES 'CRISIS' ON MEDICAL COSTS 



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H 2 3/25/84 B 1 

H 2 9/13/B4 A 4 

S 2 1/21/84 A 1 

H 2 3/07/84 B I 

H 2 4/23/94 B 6 

S 2 4/19/94 C 1 



S 2 5/22/84 A 8 
H ? 5/23/B4 A 3 



H 2 9/20/84 C 12 

S 2 3/02/'<4 C 1 

S 2 6/22/84 A 9 

S 2 2/28/84 A 4 

S 2 4/2T/B4 A 4 

S 2 3/28/84 A 4 



H 2 12/22/94 3 5 
H 2 12/23/34 B 12 



H 2 6/21/84 C 22 

S 2 7/09/84 9 

H 1 ll/n/94 C 1 

H 2 8/13/84 A 4 



H 2 3/16/94 8 I 

S 2 3/16/84 C 1 

M 3 3/17/04 B 1 

H 2 3/21/B4 B 5 

S I 3/27/84 C 1 

S 2 4/10/94 A 1 

H 2 4/11/P4 C 1 

H 2 5/22/B4 C 1 

S 2 5/22/84 A 5 



S 1 2/07/84 A 1 
H 2 2/08/94 A 14 
H 2 2/11/84 A 13 



H 2 11/03/84 A 4 



S 2 10/11/B4 A 7 
H 2 10/13/84 A II 



H 2 3/07/84 A 9 



M 2 3/25/94 11 

H 2 4/09/84 A 15 

H 2 4/19/94 A 4 

H 2 4/28/94 A 4 

S 2 7/20/84 C I 

H 2 11/11/84 11 



H 2 3/22/94 A 4 

H 2 5/13/94 4 

H 2 5/13/94 4 

H 2 5/17/84 D 4 

H 2 11/11/84 4 



S 2 9/09/34 A I 
H 2 9/09/84 B 4 



H 2 lD/19/84 A 13 

H 2 10/21/94 4 

H 2 10/24/94 A 4 

H 2 10/26/84 B 5 



N H05 
N M51 



N A54 






N J56 

G J50 

L 

L 



P P F70 
N 990 



N K45 

N K45 

N 

N 

N 

N 946 



N 


P30 


U 
N 

L 
L 
N 
U 


930 

J56 
B30 


L 
P J 

F 

J 
J 





T T R56 

E 



I 



-""°- " ° "''''''' \%\A.' - \'^A,'..l '•' -^'"^^ -5f,)l| 



S I T 

N 6 ELY 

PO 0AT6 CPGLPBYL 

H 2 l2/15/e<. i in n 



Fnud AIDES TO MARTIN ARE APPOINTEO 
HAUKINSt BLANCH G. I06CEASF0) 

ObItSaS;""-" °'"'"^" "°"'" •^° DAUGHTER DIE IN HOUSF FIRE s J U/07/e<, A I P N A<.7 

3?i'?5AR'i" ""-'-5 ^'•°"^^ "°""'' »" DAUGHTER. 73 ^J I W/^oV/H S '? P S A5. 



HAWKINS. E«RL LEE IHENOEPSONI 

INMATE RELEASED. CHARGED AGAIN 



H 2 U/O-'/e^ C 12 
H I 10/10/B<. e 1 



HAWKINS. EMM6TT KENNFTH 

CONVICTION UPHELD IN DEATH OF RETARDED HEART PATIENT H 2 9/06/6', A 10 



HAWKINS. GINA (DURHAM DRUG COUNSELING C FVALUATIONl 
THEV MARRIED THEIR BEST FRIENDS -VALUAilLNl 

HAWKINS. JAMES R. (FORMER MAYOR 1 

CETA DIRECTOR DID JOB WELL IN OURHAH 



H 2 l/22/8<. E 2 P F J-iO 

H 2 7/ll/a<i A 4 L 
HAWKINS. J«MES THOMAS 

CHASE. CRASH LEAVE 2 INJURED ^ , „,,,,„ 

2 HURT IN 100 MPH CHASE ? I 5^'K^ ^ I P N MSI 



HAWKINS. PAULA C^-FLA.I 

HELMS RCLE TOUCHES FLA. RACE 

HAWLEY. WILLIAM ARCHFY 
OBITUARY 



S 2 8/13/a<. E! 4 N 
H 2 U/30/84 A 4 
H 2 1/02/84 C 2 



HAWORTH, HOWARD 

MORGANION MAN NAMED N.C. CaMM=RCe SECRETARY u ■, ,-.,, = ,» 

HAWORTH Tn HEAD COMMERCE "-'^'-F ICL-C 1 AKY H j 12/15/84 A 10 P N 

S 2 12/15/R4 A 2 N 
HAWTHORNE, JAMES (GREENSBOROI 

PRISON ESCAPEE SHOT. WOUNDED c. , ,,,,,„ „ 

PRISON DEPARTMENT CLEARS OFFICERS IN SHOOTING » \ \'/l\'/lX A 7 N 

HAWTHORNE. JOHN 

Sei AGENT: M HAS LOOKING OOWI A GUN BARREL' AT SHOOTOUT h 2 U/30/84 B 1 N S82 

HAY, JEAN (CHAPEL HILLI 

PRISON REVAMPING NEEDED . , ,,,,,„ 

S 2 5/25/84 A 4 L 
HAYES, BILLY (FOOTBALL COACHI 

CIAA showdown: roots OF W-S STATE-CENTRAL RIVALRY EXTEND TO COACHES H 2 9/14/P4 C 1 P N M71 
HAYES, DONALD 

BACK PROBLEMS CAN BE COSTLY FOR COMPANIES j j 4/05/34 c 1 

HAVES. DONALD (BURLINGTON INOUSTRFSl 

POTBELLY PERIL: DAMAGE TO BAC< 

'<»''6S, ECTOR PATTERSON JR. (OECEASEO) 

HAYES. FLORA IIBBS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

'**''^^no?!fM?2v''°'' I"I1-LSB0R0UGH) 1D!C6ASE0I 
UB 1 I UAKT 

HAYES. JAMES EDWARD (RALEIGHI 
OBI TUARY 

HAYES. JEFFREY U. (MOUNT VERNON. IL L . I 
NEW TRIAL SOUGHT IN ROBBERY CASE 

HAYES, JEFFREY DWAYNE (HIGH POINT) 
CONVICTED MAN CHANGES STORY 

HAYES. JOHN THOMAS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



N J56 

H 2 4/05/84 B 1 N B30 

H 2 8/01/94 A 9 

H 2 3/27/84 A 6 

H 2 10/17/B4 B 14 

H 2 9/20/84 C 12 

H 2 4/06/B4 A 10 N 

» 2 4/12/84 A 3 N 

H 2 10/31/84 A ID 



S 2 U/14/84 C 10 
H 1 12/22/84 9. 1 



'"'^Skc\^c"?rp*?o^'KTs'%"Sl^SN^^-l,8s^sfgi^^^^^^ _._ _..„.,„.,, , 

HAYES, KENNETH LARRY (OECEASEDI ' " P* 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK , , ,,.,, *1 

oBfTSA^i^'^ ""* "^ '°'» ''''"'" S I t'AV/lt B ! n' B 

H 2 6/14/64 6 2 1 

HAYES, MARY O'MARY (DErEASEOI ^ 

OBITUARY 



HAYES, PATRICIA (RP-HUN THERAPISTI 

THERAPY INCLUDES 'SPIRITUAL DIMENSION' 



H 2 1/24/84 B 5 

S 2 <,/10/n4 C 1 F J55 



HAYcS. PAUL LARRY IDECEASEOl 

OHITUARY , 

OBITUARY H 2 7/0'i/?4 C 6 C 



HAYES. oUEEN SNEEO ( FRANKL I NTON 1 

WOMAN FACES CHARGES IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

HAYES, ROLAND H. (FORSYTH JUOGEI 
FORSYTH JUDGE NAMED 



H 2 7/06/64 B 5 
S 2 7/04/B4 A 5 N 
H 2 8/24/84 A 10 N 
N 
S 2 2/01/84 C I N 
H 2 12/30/84 E 2 P F C4e 



F H4 5 



HAYES. TERRY WAYNE 

FRIENDS BEGIN FUND TO HELP mam PARALYZED BY ACCIDENT H 2 12/15/84 C 1 

HAYNES, BABTON F. OR. 

2 NAMED NANALINE OUKE SCHOLARS 
HAYNFS. CATHY 

THESE TWO BELIEVE IN LONG ENGAGEMENTS 
HAYNFS. CHARLIE 

TRIANGLE CHEFS SHARF VIEWS ON THFTR IHR^ riiTCrwc: 

CULINARY WORKSHOP SCHEtecED AT 'SSkE iiN?3^P^S I f y'oN FEE. 26 tl I V/oV/H I \ " I 

HAYNES. JOHN lENGLANPI 

ENGLISH MAN FINDS FATHER AND SISTERS IN MOUNT AIRY S 2 U/09/B4 A 13 N 

HAYNES. RICHARD DR. 

OR. HAYNES TO LEAVE SCHOOLS F3 R NFW JOB ; , ,,,,,,^ , , , ^^^ 

HAYNES. SUZANNE DR. 

UNC doctor: work NOT LINKED T: HEART PROBLEMS IN WOMEN S 2 6/02/84 A 3 N 

HAYS. BOB III 

BOB HAYS SHOOTS TO FRONT OF PACK IN HERALO-SUN „ , ,,<,2/84 6 2 P N C49 

HAYS. RICK OR. 

FAT PATIENTS NEED DOCTOR'S WATCHFUL EYE ; , './Z^.S. B 1 N J56 



MONTHLr/iNNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/94 



N 1 M E S 



S 
E 
C PG 



P«GE 136 
l/l<./55 



'lUTBAVIL: 't HAPPENED T-^ BE H fHE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME"... 
FIRM ENTERS TEXTILES mapkET 



LA. 



EGBERT L. 

FIRM CHANGI'JG NAME 



HATrtOOO. MARGARET (MPS. EG3ERTI 
MRS. HAVWOOO IS HONTRED 
MRS. HAVWOOD GETS A.^APD 
HONOR 3EFITS HAVHTGO 
STRAWBERRY TEA GETS A WELCOME SURPRISE 

HAYHORTH. GEORGE vi. I WI NSTON- SALEMI 

BANKERS SAY INTEREST RATES DRIVING AWAY HDHEBUYERS 

HAZEL. 303 IFORMFRLY WITH WILDLIFE COMxiSSIDNI 
LEGISLATURE. HUNTERS PART OF =GX FUROR 

HAZELwOOO. KENNETH RAY "SU'^CH" IHI3H POINT! 
HIT MAN HUNTEO IN TWIN SLAYING 

HEAD. JOHNNY JOSEPH (IREDELL CO. I 

CONSTRUCTION WORKER CHARGED I-t SLAYING 

HAN CHARGED WITH MuPOEP 

LACK OF BODY HINDERS "URDER P^O*?E 

MEAOEN. PLOYD WILLIAM (CHAPEL HILLl IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

hEadEN, golden ICHAPEL HILLl IDECESSEDI 
OBITUARY 

"^"''^PUMpVng"gaS^'oUT-°F-IOWN customers 4 LITTLE CRANKIER THAN MOST 

HEATHE»L». MACK MCOUEEN (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

MEAVNER. JAMES 

REMEMBER POSITIVE QUALITIES 

HEAVNE''. MARY LEE IHICKORY) 

HICKORY WOMAN'S BODY BELIEVED FOUND 

MEChEL. 50'!E0T CLIFFORD 

COUPLE ChakGEO with kidnapping 
COUPLE Charged with A30UCTI0N 

HECK. OWEN (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



HECK. RICHARD GU5TAVE 

2 DUKE STUDENTS WIN PRIIE IN --AThEMAIICS 



HEDGSPETH. E"? JR. 
FOLKS AROUND 



iERE: WITH THE S'ORTS CROWD 



HEORICK, JAMES T. 

HUNT SUPPORTERS ARE NAMED 
NORTH CAROLINA NEEDS EFFICIENCY 

HEDKICK, R. A. -FRED" IJIPOGE. N.C. COURT OF APPEALS! 
NEw APPEALS COURT CHIEF WAS BLINDED AT AGE 13 
QVE5C0MING ADVERSITY 

HEFFERON. JOHNNY ("UROESED GUITARIST) 

MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR GUITARIST'S MUROER 

HEFNER, w. G. "BILL" IREP.I 

KLANSMAN FILES FOR GOVERNOR 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS 

ANDREWS GETS NOMINATION AGAINST TWO CHALLENGERS 

5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELECTION IN N.C. CONTESTS 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN ' TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

HEGE. EDITH YOKLEY lOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HEGELE. TO" IN.C. 0AM SAFETY! 

R0X30P0'S WATER CRISIS MAY START EASING TOO'Y 



ANTHONY IRALrIGH! 
N.C. GUAkDSMAN DIES IN 



;RASh; DURHAM MAN, 3 OTHERS INJURED 



(DECEASED! 



"EIOLERAUGH. NOLAN E. (CHAPEL HILL! lOECEASEO! 
0(3ITUARY 

HEIOMOUS. OAVIO 

WOMAN GETS ?0 YEARS FOR SLAYING 

HcIO"OUS. PAMELA MERISSA (HUBERT. i.C! 
WOMAN GETS 20 YEARS FOR SLAYPIG 

HEIGHT. DAVID LEE 

COURT REVERSES muODER CONVICTION 
CONFESSED KILLER FREE ON TECHNICALITY 

HcLFAND, ANNS B. 
OBITUARY 

MELLMAN. MARK 

0-DAY 'UNTHINKABLE' WITHOUT EASTERN FRONT 

HELLWIG. ROtjERT I. OR. CI.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER! 
NOTHING ROSY ABOU' DEFICIT 

HELMS, DOROTHY JANE COBLE (MPS. JE? SE HELMS! 
MRS. HELMS PLANS VISIT 
FORD VOICES HIS SUPPURT FOR (fiLMS AND REAGAN 

HELMS. JESSE (SENATOR! 

HFL-S DENIES 'TIES* IN KECOMM" NDATION 

POLITICS HAS HAY OF DIVIDING 

JUDICIAL NOMINEE 3ACKE0 

HELMS 3LASTS JACKSON'S "ISSIOt 

UWHARRIE FOOE'JT WON'T BE SOLO. OFFICIAL SAYS 

HFLMS GETS FOE FOR GOP PRIMARY 

WATT CU=STIONS INTEGRITY OF HJNT AND SUPPORTERS .„..^, 

POLITICAL 'CUE: HELMS SPRVES TAR HEEL FAVORITE TO LURE VOTES 

HELMS FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

HFLMS ENTERS POTENTIALLY COSTLIEST SENATE RACE 

HUNT SAYS HELMS IS N1:GATIVE 

HUNT 'OISAPPOINTEC AT HELMS' COM-ENTS 

HELMS TO PRESS FULL-THROTTLE CAMPAIGN 



H 2 7/0l/8<. D 10 P F L<il 
S 2 7/2n/8<. C 1 P N C60 



H 2 5/l'»/84 A 13 



H 2 5/19/(3'. 3 1 P N 

S 2 5/in/9<. C 1 P N S76 

S 2 5/21/8<. A A E 

H 2 7/17/84 A 6 P U 



H 2 !,/25/3'. 3 1 N 

H 2 l/22/e<. C 10 P N W60 

H 2 l/01/3<. C <. N 



S 2 5/0A/3<. A 2 
H 2 5/05/P4 A 13 
H 2 5/06/8^, A 8 



H 2 12/l'!/84 C 7 
H 2 7/01/!". 3 2 



H 2 S/IA/"!". B 1 P G L30 



H 2 9/29/8'. 3 6 
H 2 11/2S/9'. A 4 
H 2 1/06/6'. A 9 



H 2 9/17/3*. A 9 
S 2 9/17/84 C 1 



N 



H 2 A/13/8A C 12 
S 2 <./23/8<. A 7 N 
H 2 3/29/84 3 1 f) u 



S 2 3/07/34 C I N 
H 2 4/09/B4 A 4 L 



H 2 12/22/84 A 10 P N 
S 2 12/31/34 A 4 E 



H 2 2/19/84 C 



H 2 1/27/84 A 3 P N 

H 2 4/21/'"' 3 I N 

H 2 5/11/84 A 7 N 

H 2 11/07/84 A 13 N 

H 2 11/03/84 A 15 N 



H 2 5/28/34 3 7 

H I 3/09/84 B 1 P N 

H 2 5/31/84 A 6 N 

H 2 1/13/34 A 10 

H 2 4/18/84 A 8 N 

H 2 4/18/34 A 8 N 



H \ 4/04/84 B 1 N 
S 2 4/25/84 A 13 N 



H 2 4/16/R4 8 6 
H 2 6/09/84 A 4 L 
H 2 8/23/84 A 4 L 



H 2 9/21/84 B 4 
S 2 9/22/84 A 2 



H 2 1/02/84 A 3 P N 

H 2 1/02/84 A 4 E 

H 2 1/05/84 All N 

S 2 1/D7/34 A 14 N 

H 2 l/OR/84 A 6 N 

H 2 1/11/84 A 6 N 

H 2 l/l\/54 B 1 P N 

H 2 1/14/04 A 4 E 

S 2 1/18/04 A 1 N 

H 2 1/19/84 A I P M 

S 2 1/19/84 C 7 N 

H 2 • 1/20/84 A 7 N 

H 2 1/22/84 8 I » J 



I 

I 



MONTHLV/ANNUAL 
1/01/84 



INDEX 
U/Sl/S". 



PACE 137 
1/14/9S 



HELMS-HUNT 6ATILE WIDELY SIGNI 
HELMS ACCUSES HUNT OF -OElt' 1 
N.C. FLECTIONS TOP PRIOSITV FT 
PSO-LIFF GROUP TAPGJTS SIX SE1 
STANDS AGAINST ABORTION ARE P5 
FCC OFFICIAL OEJECTS HELMS' CT 
"?|-"5„u;i^ES CURB ON POULTRY DI 
CANninoTES LINE UP ^OPCES 
BRING WITNESSES FORWARD, JESSF 
SCHEDULE SET ON LAWSUIT 
MOON STORY WRONGS JONES, HELMS 
DAVIS: TEACHERS STILL M»Y BiC< 

HELMS SEEN W TH 3-1 LEAD IN CA 
HELMS-HUNT DIFFERENCE 
NOT ON CUMHITTEE 

MAIL APPEALS BRING MANY CONTRI 
ROU GETS GRANT FQP RUNWAY 
CONTRIBUTORS TO HUNT, HELMS A1 
HELMS' PROPnSAL DEBATED 
HUNT DEFENDS CONTRIBUTIONS 
HUNT FORMALLY CHALLENGES HELMS 
HELMS-HUNT RACE PROMISES TO B- 
HELMS RAPS SOVIETS. AMERICAN V 
■HECKLER' IDENTIFIES HIMSELF 
CAMPAIGN REPORTS PROVIDE PULIT 
CLUB SPENT OVER S? -illioN IN 
U-S, SENATE CAMPAIGN MQP E THA-I 
HELMS REJECTS REAGAN APPEAL ?■! 
HELMS' AUS CRITICAL OF HUNT 
HELMS SEEKS SCHOOL PRAYFR AMEN 
helms: HUNT HAS FAILED ON E"U^ 
HELMS TO FIGHT CIGARETTE tJx 
"EL^S PROMISES TO FIGHT EXTFNS 
EDUCATORS RAP HELMS FOR AD ATT 
BACKWARD VIEWS 

Sm12? "^^'*^ LIKE JELLYFISH IN V 
HUNT SAYS HELMS HAS NOT HELPET 
FEC TAKES ACTION AGAINST TWO S 
CANDIDATES USING DIFFERENT STY 
HELMS CRITICIZES 'CARsCSsS' CJ 
EFFECT OF POOHE ON HELMS' SENA 
SAO SPORTSMANSHIP 

£»;|EI- APPROVES VATICAN AMBASSA 
HUNT: HELMS HURTS STATE 
HELMS IS THREATENING N.C. WILn 
"t?I CIVES PROPOSALS TO CUT 0= 
HELMS SAYS HE DIDN'T INDICT AL 
SOCIAL SECURITY STOPS SHoOlD -I 
HELMS SHOULDN'T CHANGE HILOERM 
HELMS IS A GOOD HAN 
YOUR KIDS NEED TO pray AND I'M 
HELMS, HUNT CAMPS SWAP ACCUSAT 
ROSE WANTS CLUB PPOBE UPEN 
HUNT SAYS RACE HAS NATIONAL I'' 
HUNT PRAISES DURHAM, RAPS OPP] 
POLL SHOWS HELMS HAS PULLED EV 
FREEDOM, EJUALITY NOT THE SAM= 
HELMS COLLECTS PROM I SE C I G AR= 
HELMS AIDE: HE EL IN BLOCK S F AH^ 
HUNT CRITICIZES HELMS' nIgaTIV 
U.S. ATTORNEYS SEEK HELP ON FJ 
HUNT UNVEILS NEW COMMERCIAL IN 
HELMS: FOOD STAMP FRAUD 'EATIM 
BLACKS NOT HARPY WITH SOME OF 
SCHOOL PRAYER REJECTED 
rcLn?Mr''fS^?,P?''°S'TION OVERLOD 
TENDING VOTING R E SPONS IB I L I T 1 = 
HUNT UNVEILS PLAN TO REOROE" J 
DUKE POLL FAVORS HUNT 
L|S5 WILDER«IESS LAND EXPECTED 

SENATE Panel hks pill to incr-= 

M^^L^JJS HE WOULD WORK TO cur 
?c^^^u^,^y°,!*'''<5E THAN FOOD ST 
\^,^i ^ll"5 '5 "'^ OUTSTANDING L 
dUIT ATTACKING TOBACCO 
OFFENSE SPENDING HIKES OF 5« T 
THANKS, NEW YORK, FOR HELPING 
PRICE, IMPACT TOO STEEP FOR PL 

f«'KEtr5o?is°""' "" "'"" 
WHO'S THE FRIEND TO THE ENVIRl 
HELMS' COMMITTEE RAISES ALMOST 
GENE AUTRY CONTRIBUTES TO HFL1 
HELMS' N.Y. COMMITTEE AS kVnG 
HELMS HAS HELPED DISABILITY B 
EAIRCLUTH PROPOSES CHANGES IN 
HIYO^ SAYS BUDGET CAN BE BALA'J 
HlYM, JESSE... 

SENATE REJECTS HELMS' 101 BUD', 
KISSINGER GIVES HELMS LUKeSarh 
HELMS' GROUP RAISES l6.1 MIUI 

hII"1. U?.t 1'"^ ^"■'f WOULD 5 = 
HELMS' AIDE SAYS DOCUMENT PROV 
HELMS SAYS NEWS SUPPLIERS LFa' 
°'"aiLITY BENEFITS ARE HaI:TE3 
HELMS ASKS fcSIGNATION OF ENVO 
GOVERNOR SAYS HE WOULD LIKE NJ 
£"*SAN DEFENDS AMBASSADOR F^O^ 
HUNT AND HELMS' COMMITTEE CLAS 
HUNT UNVEILS AGRICULTURAL PLAN 
LEAF PLANS HURT EXPORTS, HUNT 
LET'S HAVE A FULL DEBATE 
^^VI^^J^H^LMS EASILY ROMP OVER " 
d^FSfO", ^"E WINNER IN DURHAM ' 
HELMS: U.S. 'BOUGHT THE El FT Tr 
ANTI-UNION STANCE PUZZLING 
W'NT CHARGES HELMS 'SABOTAGIN- 
hcfll''L'^°'^ UNION THREATEN TO 
H'=LMS ON LINCOLN'S KNEE LALLI1 
WHY DO YOUTH B Er QME POL I T I C A L 

S",A':L^'FHP5 helSs a^out wt: 

EX-MAJOP LEAGUE PLAYERS TO PIT 
HELMS REMINDS RABBI OF JEWISH 
MEETING PLANNED ON DEPAtIs 

heI:"! ?f!J'ES inform. Hon'leak 

HELMS SAYS ATTACKS PARTISAN 
SENATORS FINANCIAL STATUS GIV= 

helms's income f«eeos hunt s" 

INCUMBENT HAS EDGE OV=R THE c^ 
HELMS, HUNT TO HOLD 1 6 DEB AT ES 
CLEAN ENVIRONMENT IS No" NAtv^ 
"UNT SAYS TOBACCO FOE SHOULD 3 
t5 9£IirL?^°S^= PROTECTIONIST 
ir, i=^F5^U^ °'' °"R ELECTIONS 
HELMS LEADS HUNT IN POLL 



fl F 
P D 



FICANT 

N PIPE LINE 

R NATIONAL GO=>--OFF IC I AL 

ATORS FOR DEFEAT 

OTESTED 

MPLAINT 

SEASE 



JIM HUNT 
ESS ACT 
MPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 



BUTTONS TO HELMS 
E IDENTIFIED 



FOR SEAT IN SENATE 
STATE'S MOST COSTLY 

EWS MEDIA 

ICAL AMMUNITION 
' 93 

' STYLE- 
OUT VATICAN 

DMENT 
ATION 

ION OF CIGARETTE TAX 
ACKING HUNT 

ATICAN STANCE 

N.C. EDUCATION 
ROUPS 

LES IN COMMERCIALS 
TOFFS 
TE CAMPAIGN DEBATED 

DOR WITH HELMS CASTING SINGLE NO VOTE 

ERNESS ACT 

FICIT 

L DEMOCRATS 

OT BE ARBITRARY 

ESS BILL 

GOING TO MAKE THEM ICARTOONI 
1 ONS 

PACT 
NENT 
EN WITH HUNT 

TTE TAX IS BLOCKED 

BILL 
E ADVERTISING 
OD STAMPS 

SENATE RACE 
G AT LEAST H BILLION- 
HUNT'S ACTIONS 

KS TOBACCO PERILS 

.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PRIORITIES 

Ise'Sil^^SSII? '" "^'^ ^""'^^''s 

EADER 

7X SUPPORTED 
JIM HUNT 

ANNFD ACCESS ROAD 
N SENATE 

NMENT' 
iZ MILLION IN I9fli, 

NFFIC^ARlyi ^""'"^ ^^'" S'-"'^- ICARTOON. 
STATE'S VOCATIONAL TRAINING 

ET-SLASHING EFFORT 

ENDORSEMENT • 

ON 

LL LAKE WATER 
^^"y^^^EAVORED PIPELINE 
INC 'BATTLE' FOR MINOS 

ARBITRARILY 
Y TO EL SALVADOR 
MBER OF DEBATES WITH HELMS 

HELMS' ATTACKS 
H ON SENATOR'S AGRICULTURAL RECORD 
SAYS 

HALLENGERS 
ON' 

Sur'i^L^=!s%'0R^l0^?^i^F^ '" '' "^^'°™ 
PLOYS?'^"'""" " REPUBLICAN ICARTOONI 

PROGRAM 
CH FOR HUNT, HELMS 
LEGEND 



ALLENGER 

GOAL 
Mii?^E07 «'S"'"GTON MOUNTS 



S I T 
E L Y 
DATE C PG I P BYL 



H 2 1/J3/8'. A 4 E 

H J 1/23/R4 A 10 N 

H 2 1/23/S4 A 10 N 

H 2 l/24/9<. A 2 N 

H 2 1/24/84 A 1) N 

H 2 l/26/'!4 a 4 ■ N 

H 2 1/26/84 B 4 N 

H 2 l/2«'/P4 A 1 P N 046 

H 2 1/30/84 A 4 L 

H 2 1/3D/84 A 10 N 

S 2 1/30/84 A 4 L 

S 2 l/3D/n4 C 1 N CO"^ 

H 2 1/31/94 A 4 L 

H 2 2/01/84 B 4 N 

H 2 2/02/94 A 4 L 

H 2 2/02/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/02/84 A 12 N 

S 2 2/02/84 A 1 N F30 

5 2 2/02/84 AS N 

S 2 2/02/84 C 7 N 

H 2 2/03/84 A 7 N 

H 2 2/05/84 A 1 N 

H 2 2/05/84 B 1 N 

H 2 2/05/94 8 10 N 

H 2 2/06/84 A 5 L 

S 2 2/06/84 A 5 J 

S 1 2/07/84 BAN 

H 2 2/08/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/08/84 A 8 N 

H 2 2/10/94 B 5 N 

H 2 2/n/84 B 5 N 

S 2 2/10/P4 A 6 N 

S 2 2/13/94 C 3 N 

H 2 2/13/84 B 1 N 

H 2 2/14/84 A 14 N 

S 2 2/14/84 A 4 E 

H 2 2/16/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/16/84 B 5 M 

H 2 2/17/84 A 1 N 

H 2 2/17/84 A 7 P N 

H 2 2/18/8<, A 5 N 

S 2 2/18/84 A 14 N 

H 2 2/21/84 A 4 L 

H 2 2/23/94 A 7 N 

S 2 2/25/84 A 15 N 

H 2 2/2')/84 4 4 L 

H 2 3/03/84 A 10 N 

H 2 3/03/84 A 10 N 

H 2 3/05/84 A 4 6 

H 2 3/06/84 A 4 L 

H 2 3/06/84 A 4 L 

H 2 3/07/84 4 4 T T R56 

H 2 3/08/84 All N 

S 2 3/08/84 CBN 

H 2 3/13/84 8 1 P N A54 

S 2 3/13/84 C 1 P N B61 

S 2 3/14/84 A 1 N 

H 2 3/15/84 A 5 L 

H 2 3/18/84 A 7 P N 

H 2 3/18/84 A 15 N 

S 2 3/l-)/84 4 2 N 

S 2 3/19/84 A 2 N 

H 2 3/20/84 All N 

H 2 3/20/84 All N 

H 1 3/20/84 B I J 

H 2 3/21/84 A 1 P N 

H 2 3/23/84 A 4 L 

H 2 3/24/84 A 4 E 

H 2 3/24/84 A 1 1 N 

S 2 3/24/84 A 3 N 

S 2 3/27/84 A 9 N 

H 2 3/29/84 A 1 1 P N 

H 2 3/31/84 A 3 N 

H 2 4/01/84 D 4 L 

H 2 4/01/84 D 4 L 

H 2 4/01/84 4 L 

H 2 4/04/84 A 9PM 

H 2 4/05/84 A 4 L 

S 2 4/06/84 A 4 E 

» 2 4/08/84 4 13 N 

H 2 4/11/84 A I N 

H 2 4/11/84 A 4 L 

H 2 4/18/84 A 17 N 

H 2 4/19/84 B 7 N 

H 2 4/20/84 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 4/20/94 A 4 L 

H 2 4/20/94 A 10 N 

H 2 4/21/84 4 13 N 

H 2 4/24/94 A 4 E 

H 2 4/26/94 A 21 N 

H 2 4/27/94 B 4 N 

H 2 4/27/84 BAN 

S 2 4/27/94 A 2 N 

H 2 4/28/84 4 5 P N 

H 2 4/29/84 A 14 N 

H 2 5/02/84 4 4 L 

H 2 5/03/84 4 2 N 

H 2 5/03/84 A 11 P N 

H 2 5/04/84 4 2 N 

H 2 5/04/64 A 19 N 

S 2 5/04/84 A 6 N 

H 2 5/06/84 A e N 

H 2 5/09/84 4 4= 

H 2 5/0')/84 All N 

H 2 5/09/84 C 1 N L41 

I I 5/09/84 4 11 N ' 

S 2 5/10/84 A 4 L 

H 2 5/11/84 A 6 N 

H 2 5/12/84 A 3 N 

H 2 5/13/84 D 4 T r R56 

H 2 5/15/84 A 4 ^ 

H 2 5/15/34 A 10 N 

S 2 5/15/84 C 3 N 

H 2 5/16/84 A 4 L 

H 2 5/16/84 A 10 N 

H 7 5/17/84 A 1 N 

H 2 5/19/84 A 3 N 

H 2 5/20/84 A 4 N 

H 2 5/20/84 B 7 N 

H 2 5/21/84 4 4 E 

S 2 5/23/84 C 13 H 

H 2 5/24/84 A 4 L 

" 2 5/26/84 C 1 P N 

H 2 5/27/94 D 2 P F 

H 2 5/28/84 A 4 I 

H 2 5/28/84 A 10 N 



HONTHLY/ANr-lJAL 



INDEX 
12/31/84 



NAMES 



WHKLC bPO ATTRACTS "CLITICAL rANOISATFS 

HUNT, HEL''S FCC'JS ON CENT«Al. IMS'^ICA IN SENATc ^jjc 

on. KOG" A SMOKESCREEN IN U.S. SENATE CAMPAIGN 

HUNT RAPS HELMS ON SOCIAL SECJRITV 

HUNT OUTLINES HIS PROPOSAL ON MEDICARE 

TEACHERS FOP HELMS COMMITTEE IS NAMFO 

■WHY JESSE HELMS WILL 3c RE-ELECTED" 

DUART? SAYS INAUGURATION BRINGS HOPE 

HUNT AGAIN HITS SOCIAL SECURITY STAND BY HELMS 

KOOP WON'T RESPONT TO C=ITICISM 

HELMS WILL SPEAK 

HELMS' HEARl,gGS CALLED "SCAPE TACTIC 

HUNT, HELMS CAMPS SUA" SOCIAL SECURITY CHARGES 

SOME Se^AT3RS "NERVOUS" ABOUT HEAPING HECS SET 

HELMS, HUNT CAN'T AGREE ON WHEN DEBATES TO BE HELD 

CONGRESS TO CONSIDER NEW CIGA'ETTE TAX 

HUNT, HCLMS CAMPS BATTLE THROJGH MAIL 

WITNESS'=S, HELMS ATTEND HEARING ON CIVIL RIGHTS BILL 

LIMIT THE CONTRIBUTIONS 

HELMS, HUNT NOT RUNNING FOR K'lESSET 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE POLITICAL SET 

HUNT RELEASES WEAPONS PLAN 

POLL: HUNT LEADING HELMS 

IMMIGRATION LAW UPSETS PARMFRS 

HELMS BACKERS LAUNCH ADS, ORAJ HUNT"S FIRF 

HELMS, HUNT CAMPAIGNS FOCUS O'l SOCIAL SECURITY 

SOCIAL SECURITY'S FUTURE SHOULD BE OUESTIONEO 

HFLMS RECORD MIXED ON SOCIAL SECURITY 

HELMS' COMMiiRCIAL CRITICIZED 

PART OF CIGARETTE TS» MAY STAr : HOUSE, SENATE CONFEREES TO MEET 

HEL"S may not OPPOSE HEALTH L'SELS 

HFLMS, HUNT CAMPS CONTINUE DISPUTE ON TAX CLAIMS 

PROGRESS CITEO ON CAMRAIGN OE?ATES 

GOV. HUNT SAYS HELMS' AD FALSE 

N.C. REPUBLICANS ELECT DELEGATES 

HELMS PLEDGES 'GOOD FAITH' ON TOBACCO WARNING LABELS 

COMMITTEE BACKS LOWER CIGARETTE TAX 

GOP DELEGATES OUST REPORTERS 

HELMS INSISTS O'AUBUISSON NOT SUSPECT 

HOW THEY VOTtO 

MOB REACTION REPLACED JUDGMENT AT CONVENTION 

O'AUBUISSON AS A PISTOL WITH -(ELMS IN A HOLSTER ICARTOONl 

HUNT CRITICIZES HELMS ON D'AU^UISSON STAND 

TWO RETIRED GENERALS Say HELMS FRIEND TO MILITARY 

JESSE HFLMS ENJOYS A SUMMER 0= POWER 

SURVEY SAYS HUNT AHEAD OF HEL^S 

FIRMS ASKED TO BUY 'ORE LEAF 

KNOX'S WIFE AND BROTHER BACK ^eLMS' RE-ELECTION 

DEMnCRATS ATTAC'< ADS 

FRANCES KNOX <;TUFFIN& "m I S S CONGENIALITY" RIBBON IN GARBAGE (CARTOONl 

KNOX PLAMES HUNT FOR LOSS IN RUNOFF 

NASH SHERIF= BACKS HUNT'S CAMPAIGN 

OUWHAM SENIOK CITIZENS PLEASeO WITH MEETING 

MEETING PLEASES SENIORS 

NATIONAL PARTY, HUNT'S WAFFLING HURT DEMOCRATS 

KNOX EFFECTIVELY ROWS OUT OF POLITICAL SCENE 

HUNT, 'JO HELMS, YES 

HUNT STAFF DEMANDS RETRACTION 0= 'RUMORS' ARTICLE 

HUNT, HELMS CRITICIZE NEwSPAP=R 

WINDSOR R'=ACHES NEW LOW IN ATTACK ON HUNT 

EDITOR APOLOGIZES TO HUNT 

•THE KNOXES LOVE JESSE' FIREWORKS ICARTOONl 
HUNT WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR WRI TTE'I RETRACTION 

CHATHAM EDITOF TURNS HIS BACK ON DECENCY 

HELMS RAPS HUNT SPEECH 

HELMS' REACTION FAST TO HUNT TALK 

HUNT, HELMS WILL DERATE FIVE TIMES 
HUNT, HELMS SET FIVE DEBATES 

GROUP FORMS TD OPPOSE HELMS 

COMMITTEE'S ENDORSEMENT SHOWS DECLINING INFLUENCE 

MANTEO TO DRAW POLITICAL FOES 

NITPICKING OVER SMALL POLITICVL DONORS SILLY 

U.S. ATTORNEY NOMINATED FOR JJOGESHIP 

INSIDE 

IRRITATION AT CONGRESSIONAL CLUB COULD HIT HELMS 

BRING ON SENATE DEBATES 

OFFICIAL HELM^-HUNT D^PATF FO'HAT (CARTOONl 

HESTON FEATURED IN LATEST HELMS AD 

HESTON PAINTS A HEROIC HELMS IN LATEST TV AD 

HEL-'S CAMP RAISES iS.A MILLION WHILE HUNT FUND HITS »5.1 MILLION 

HELMS, HUNT CAMPS CLASH OVER LATEST COMMERCIAL 

SENATOR HELMS OUTSPENOS HUNT 

HELMS, HUNT SEEK FUNDS OUTSIDE N.C. 

HELMS: MANY OPINIONS, LITTLE J NCEP S TANO ING 

STABS COME OUT FOR HUNT 

ACTORS, SOLONS HELP HUNT RAISE FUNDS 

HUNT PLAYS IT SAFE 

HUNT TO SUE 'THE LANDMAOK,' AIDES VOW 

MARTIN, HELMS CITE TEMQCRATIC BACKERS 

EAST HAILS PEAGAN ON ECONOMY 

HUNT AND HELMS SCHEDULE FIRST OF DEBATES FOR JULY 2') 

CANOIDATES OI'=CilSS ECONOMY, E"'UCaTION, FERRARO AT FORUM 

MOkal majority SEEKS VOTES fq^ h=LMS, RFAGAN 

REP. ANOREWS GETS BEST GRADES FRO" LEAGUE 0"= WOMEN VOTERS 

HELMS SAYS ECONOMY wlNS EVEN IF lEaf PROGRAM LOSES 

MARTI'I SAYS STATE EMPLOYEES HARASSED, PLANS INVESTIGATION 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

MARTIN STRADDLES A SAFE FENCE 

HESTON AO SHOWS HELMS 15 OUT OF TOUCH 

ASHEVILLE COMPANY SELLS 'GOV. JIM' WRISTwATCH 

ROSE FILES SUIT AGAINST FEC 

A SHEET TOOTH FOR SUBSIDY 

HUNT REVIEWING FOR SUNDAY N I G-1 T DEBATE WITH HELMS 

SCHOOLS TO GET YAMS 

SENATE CAMPAIGN AIMS AT ENVIRONMENT 

DEMOCRATS SAY HELMS AO SKIRTS CONTRIBUTION LIMIT 

KOSF SAYS POLITICAL TIMIDITY may BE HOLDING UP COMPLAINT 

HECS EXPECTED TQ SUPPORT NEW CIGARETTE WARNINGS 

HUNT-HELMS "UDSLINGING NOT IN=LUENCING VuTERS 

OEM"CRATS SAY HELMS ACCEPTED ILLEGAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

HELMS, HUNT GET READY FOR OEB^TE 

U.S. ENERGY SFCRETAPY PRAISES mELMS 

GROUP OF HISPANIC AMERICANS ENDORSES HELMS' RE-ELECTION 

HUNT, HELMS TO SQUARE OFF IN TV OESATE TOMQPRnw 

DEBATES WILL SEPARATE ISSUES =ROM MUOSLINGING 

H':LMS-HUnT DEBATE EXPECTED TO BE "VERY LIVELY' CLASH 

SEN. NO. GOV. MAYBE: Tune IN 'HEIR DEBATE , „ , 

AIRED DEBATE PLEASES HUNT: GOVERNOR ASKS TRUCE ON SOME CONTRIBUTIONS 

HUNT-HELMS DEBATE NOT WIDELY VIEWED 

HUNT CLAIMS DEBATE VICTORY; Hi LMS RAPS FORMAT 

TIGHT CONTROL MARKED DEPATE 

CAMPAIGN COSTS AURDEN HOPEFULS 

HUNT GIVES HELMS FITS IN FIRST SENATE DEBATE .,.„„„„, 

HUNT ARGUING THAT HELMS SHOULO RETIRE ON A SENATOR'S PENSION ICARTOONl 

N.C. POLITICAL FIGURES GIVE MIKEO REVIEWS ON DEBATE 

HUNT SAYS REPORT TO SHOW IMPROVED TEST SCORES 







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ONTHL»/AN 



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BY M » H 6 



ON ISSUES 
EXODUS 



OEBilE HELPFUL TO VOTER' 

HELMS OECLaPES litn CHINS IS A= TPi^ STATE'S LEAF MARKFTI 

"ELI'S SEES TECHNICAL ERROR IN FAILING TO RERuRT TRlls 

TWO SONGWRITERS SAY 'JESSE CAN'T SHAG' 

POLITICIANS AT LEAF SAL^S 

Sntl'nSIJ;?!,'^?'^- """^ FLUE-CU^ED TOBACCO SALES 

ROSE OPPOSES CURKIN AS JUDGE 

INs'l'oP^ LEAF COULO BE THREAT TO N.C. GROWERS 

iuGUST^INsToST^^'"'^ "'^^ "^ ^■'"'' ■"" RELEASE 

fVr'sJ tlfli-T^Hlfl^BES^rA'^Tlf ''"■" '"""^ "•^'^^"^ 

OEBATE FOLLOW-UP MISlFAOING 

H.C. TOPACCO FIFLOS 6FC0ME RATTLEFIFLO FOR SENATE RACF 

hFL-S HOPES RFAGAN WILL STAV :iN COURSF ^FNAIt RACF 

RFblSTRATIUN AT CHURCHES SET 

REGISTRATION AT CHURCHES IS FICUS 

HUNT, HELMS WBANOEL OVER LEAF ISSl'ES 

Slt-"| *sA'?s"i^KT'^k^iS'; l.;°,l'rl'l.r'6'A\l''.n'lT^l7'''' ''" '"rtoon, 

SEN. HELMS SHOULD PREPARE F^R NEXT OFRATE 

HUNT'S OPEN-MINOEn ATTITUDE NOT A OEFFCT 

HEL"S' CAMPAIGN BLASTS HUNT'S 'FLIP-FLOPS' 

HELMS. OTHER OEPUPLICANS WUNT RUF "AKER'S 

HUNT AIDES CRITICUF HELMS' CTMMERCIALS 

HELMS BOOK APPLAUDED 

HELMS PROMISES CONSERVATIVE G:| P PLATFORM 

E21-il'^5 SHIFTING FOCUS OF CISARETTF WARNING DEBATE 

"ELMS TO PUSH PLATFOKH TO BAC< REAGAN'S IDEAS 

AMERICANS SHOULD TRUST THE SO:iAL SECURITY PLAN 

HUNT, HELMS WON'T UEDATE AUG. 27 ^'='-"'^"' I-"'* 

HELMS, HUNT AIDES: AUG. 27 OE?ATE DEAD 

HELMS' RETIREMENT PLANS GUARA>ITEE5 SECURITY 

H^tMl lEE'^/!Ali?lifErrMS^E\"°'''' REAFFIRMS CONSERVATIVE BELIEFS 

'^V.V.S^'l!'^'^^^ HFLMS' ENVIRONMENTAL REroRD 

!nMf''?«vf^i='-,9''9"? 'i«<^'<S HUNT FOR SENATE 

HUNT SAYS HF IS cAGER FOR UFBATES 

HELMS SEARCHcS out HAMBURGERS 

HUNT AWAITS NEXT DEBATE 

CRACKDOWN URGED ON CABLF TV S^OWS 

EOMISTEN DENIES OFFERING INGRIM JOB 

HUNT, HELMS TRADE BARBS ON TEITILF? 

HELMS HEARS 'HOW GkEAT THOU A= T ' SERMON 

v8VER'sTAnN"i?'?eiST^?'"'^ ESCALATES TO .3.. MILLION 

".l^.^^li'Tsi'vll I'UlTcyU.^'r.'A """^VERSY 

HFLMS FINOS THE BEEF 

REAGAN CALLS HELMS 'INSPIRATHN TO SLL AMERICANS' IN NFU AD 

HUNT, HELMS SCHEDULE TWO DEBATES FOR SEPTEMPER ^ ° 

3^^!?,?^'-"^. "CHANGE CHARGES IN TOBACCO, TEXTRF 

POLITICAL USE OF RAPTIST MAILING LIST UPSFTS MAN 

BOARD PRUBES DONATION TO ED" IS TEN ' S C AMOA IGN 

ncfifi?c^ ?3'^° '^ INQUIRE INTO DONATIONS 

AECSS^\aES^^Y°G^^sMsC0SNTf'^--^*"" "*"• '"«TOON, 

"w^hM^NS'lE^^Sr^ASoL^G^^fsno^^H^L^'s'^'" ^'"^'"^ 
2,'SI'^,Ct?',9E?..E"ES ON PROMISES: HELMS, HUNT NO-SHOWS AT HIGHWAY. 



ANY CLERGYMEN 



Ei!S'D?i^ii^5p^"''-'-"''--^-°«*Ei*iNT 

3R5J,i'u?i^^XR%^??fs'? ff^?*" CRITICIZING EOMISTEN 

SEN. HELMS NO 'TREASURE' 

?ytlJ ."'PE 5AYS RELIGION PLAYS 8IG ROLE IN CAMPAIGN 

i?:R%VAiL^S^?lir!^E^5"A^3'^;si^'° "'^" «'" 



HUNT SAYS MONDALE WRONG ON NEW TAX 
SENIOR CITIZENS CAN MAKE A 01= FFR ENCF . . . 
HUNT, HELMS aUILO RUNNING CAMfAIGN TAB 
HUNT, HELMS PREPARE FOR 2N0 OFBATF 
CHECK HELMS' HONESTY 



ORE ADJOURNMENT 



GROUP OF MINISTERS SUPPORTING HELMS 

!^t?I'o„I?i^5 ^° BOOST RECOGNITION 

rn^!^rS^^'°-'^^ °'-"<^ ^° "'SIT N.C. MONDAY 

TOBACCO IMPORTS PRORE REUUESTEO 

SMUI' "ELMS IN SECOND DEBATE TONIGHT 

HUNT, HELMS BOTH RAP POL I T I C AL MOVE 5 

HELMS, HUNT TRADE BARBS IN SE'UNO TV DEBATE 

EXPERTS WARN NEG AT I VE ADS M A Y HI R T RO TH HFl MS HUM 

DURHAM VOTERS SAY DEbaTe LAST NIGHT A WASTE OF tVm 

SF'L^S^?'I^5^f°r^lglK?, ''"''' "E-F^BMlNcSr"' °' ''" 

HELMS. HUNT ON CAMPAIGN ROAD .•.Gspi 

HELMS NOMINEt'S APPOINTMENT UNLIKELY PEFO 

SuNT^HFI^SI^LV^^S IMPORT INVESTIGATION ° 

HUNT-HELMS PITTER EXCHANGES CONTINUF 

"UrfJ-HELHS DEBATE LIKE C H I LD I S H OUARRFL 

POKD WILL ATTEND LUNCHEON FOR HENOnN TN itTH nfCTDTTT 

V'LENTINE, HELMS TO PU SHfSri URHiHC ENTER GRANT ' " 

CHARuES EXCHANGED ON => EN£F 1 T S. TRAVEL 

SI';^"S!;?^"'^5 POINTS IN RES'ECT ^'■ 

HELMS HAS A LOT NFRVE 

SJfJI 2l'nfH*'-J.,?fE°S^ PENSION FUND SOUGHT 

NFcnln?'-nE5?,-J^^?^E PANEL VOT= ON GENOCIDE TREATY 

HFf2f°;T2f?J^^=.*^^?VLH"''s, hsults, inferencfs 

Sld;?E^'EphRT'r^G°S^?^ """' IMMIGRATION BACkIrS OPTIMISTIC 
J.'.Hf^ ^9 HELMS DISCUSS IMRASS= ON TREATY VOTE 

"c'i^ih^jrsh^ATni !;5i;vrs'?^D^" Accus^TioNr^ 

l^'skk rA^Yr;0*;?i5^KT^S^LS^'ElBS[^ ^"° 
GOV. HUNT WAS THE GOADER "eoAlt 
HELMS RIGHT UN KING HOLIDAY 

plSEL'A?^R^VE"°'lEt;Bc'rOE*?R°Eltr " ''="' ""' STRONGER 'SUPERFUNO' 
HUNT MAKES MORE SENSE 
HELMS SHOULD PACK TREATY 




OFBAIEKS ARF DEBASING 
SEN. HELMS MISBEHAVED 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/8* - U/31/8<. 



H=LMS'S STArjO ON SUPEt^FUNO'S -fEUP TO STATE HIT 

FORT): RFAr.AN NEEDS '1 . C . CONSE' V» T I VFS ; "ISS MONIALE: PRESIDENT... 

CFL6BRITIES TAKE SIDES IN HUNT -HELMS PACE 

HUNT. HELMS TO TANGLE IN THIR:) DEBATE TODAY 

HFLMS. HUNT TRADE HARD 0E3ATE BL^WS 

MANY DURHAM RESIDENTS DIDN'T JATCH 3R0 ^£9ATE 

HUNT, HELMS DEBATE REAGAN, MQMDALE IN 3PD SPARRING MATCH 

HUNT-HELMS Oe=>ATES: LACKING R? AL SUBSTANCE 

HFLMS AVO HUNT SPOKESMEN CRITICIZE CHALLENGES 

HFLMS S=^EKJ FOI KING DOCUMENTS 

YATCHSHAN PHtFEPS HELMS 

HELMS BEGAN MEAN ADS 

HOW HFLMS GOT ELECTED 

SALLENGER CALLS FOR PROaE OF EOMIST=N CAMPAIGN 

HELMS SEEKS F=1I DOCUMENTS ON <ING TALKS 

HUNT AND HELMS SILENT ON SPECIAL PRESECUTORS 

HUNT AIDE LA3LES HELMS A 'REVERSE ROBIN HOOD' 

POLITICAL ADS DRAW CRITICISM 

UPCOMING DEBATES HILL CLOSE G«P, "ANATT SAYS 

GOP LEADER QUESTIONS HUNT ABOUT CAMPAIGr! TRIPS 

HUNT SAYS HELMS SCARED 

WHY DON'T HE GO AFTER POLITICIANS WHO MISUSE AIR WAVES? ICARTOONI 

JIM HUNT'S ECONOMIC PLAN CALLED SHALLOW 

DISGUSTED HI TH HELMS 

CANDIDATES WAGE ADVERTISING BATTLE 

HUNT HAS Dune GOOD JOB 

HELMS HURT TOBACCO 

FERPAPO PLANS VALVANO COMeBAC< 

HUNT TV ADS RFNFh ASSAULT ON HELMS AS CLOSET OPPONENT OF SOCIAL... 

HUNT 'HRONG MAN' TO BE N.C. S?NATOR 

HELMS SCRATCHED OIL COMPANIES' BACKS 

SENIOR CITIZENS GROUP BACKS HELMS; HUNT GETS SOLAR LOBBY ENDORSEMENT 

PACS COVERING ALL SIDES 

LIBERALS MEAN HIGH TAX DOLLARS 

STATE LAYS CLAIM TO S5,000 ED'IISTEN CONTRIBUTION 

JUDGE QOOERS FEC TO RULE BY o:T. 19 ON ROSE COMPLAINT 

POLL SAYS HUNT IS LEADING HFL'IS 

GOVFRNGR RACE 'FINE*' SENATE =IGHT 'A SHA'^E' 

POLL PLEASES HUNT; HELMS OUFSTIQus ITS CREDIBILITY 

HELMS DENIES DELAYING CH I LO-NJ TB I T ION MEASURE 

KNOX FNOORSFS REAGAN 

FALHtLL'S PHARIStES CLOUD •9'. ELECTION „.,., 

REAGAN TAKi;S C R E Ll I T FDR N.C. ECONOMY; YOUNG LAUDS DEBATE AS TURNING... 

KNOX DRAWS KNOCKS FROM OEMOCR'TS 

HELMS, HUNT SQUARE IFF IN FINAL DEBATE SATURDAY 

HUNT SAYS HELMS PLAYS TO NATION'S RADICAL RIGHT 

WAS HELMS' HELP NEEDE"? 

CIGARETTE TAX »ILL DROP 8 CENTS 

SENIORITY COUNTS - FUR HELMS 

MARTIN WOULD WELCOME KNOX ENDORSEMENT 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY HITS HENOERSTN MAN'S ADS 

FEC OKAYS GUIDELINES FOR HUNT'S PLANE U'^E 

ADMINISTRATOR FOR HOLSHOUSER IREATES REPUBLICANS FOR HUNT 

LAST OF THE HUNT-HELMS DEBATES "AY ADO TENSION 

HUNT, HFLMS PREPARE FOR FINAL DEBATE 

HUNT, HELMS PREPARE FOR LAST OEBATE 

LAST HELMS-HUNT DEBATE MORE LOH-KEY 

LIVINGSTONE TO HEAR HELMS 

SPELL RELIEF h-u-N-t? 

HUNT ADS 'UNSUBSTANTIATED' 

HELMS HELPED GET SOCIAL SECURITY 

•RE-ELECT REAGAN AND HELMS' 

SPENDING ON SENATE RACE REACHES t20 MILLION LEVEL 

study: HELMS GETTING MQRE MON^ Y FRO" OIL. GAS. CHEMICAL INTERESTS 

HELMS SAYS BLACKS SHOULD SUPPORT HIM FO" RE-ELECTION 

120-MILLI0N SENATE RACE SHORT:hanGES N.C. VOTERS 

HUNT-HELMS FUND RAISING NEAHS 120 MILLION 

HUNT, HELMS COURT BLACK VOTERS, SDMISTEN, MARTIN BOOST TOURISM 

HELMS HAS 'HAD ENOUGH. ..HILL 'ETURN FIRE* 

REPORT SHOWS HIDE RANGE OF COiTRIBUTOPS TO HELMS 

BURGER DENIFS REgUEST TO BLOC( EEC'S CONSIDERING ROSE COMPLAINT 

LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE STUDENTS JOYCOTT HELMS' SPEECH 

MEMORIAL TO T"E UNCOMMITTED VOTERS N.C. SENATE RACE Wa* (CARTOON) 

26 OF 31 DEMOCRATIC DAS ENDORSE E0MI5TEN IN GOVERNOR'S RACE 

HUNT CAMPAIGNS IN TEXTILE TFR3IT0RY, SAYS HELMS 'FAILED... 

HUNT A 'BIG-SPENDING REACTIONARY' 

HFLMS PPOVOKES SENATE TO PUNISH STATE, HUNT SAYS 

STUDENTS BOYCOTT HELMS' FIRST VISIT TO A BLACK COLLEGE 

HELMS ANTI-SOCIAL SECURITY 

HELMS IS BEHIND TIMES 

WHY DOES HELMS NEED MORE? 

HUNT, HELMS TRADE BARBS ON TACTICS; MARTIN SAYS HE'D SCRAP FOOD. ..TAX 

DURHAM GROUP LOOKS AT MONEY AVO POLITICS 

HFLMS-REAGAN CARD INSULTS VOTERS' HONOR 

NAME WAS WRONG 

HUNT BRINGS CONVENTION CROWD TO FEET 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ADS SAID ILLEGAL 

INSTITUTE DISTRIBUTES FACTS 01 HUNT, HELMS FINANCING 

UNC SEEKS SBI PROBE OF 'GAY' THREAT 

HELMS: REAGAN CAN WIN DEBATE WITHOUT CRAMMING 

...RE-ELECT SENATOR HEL". TH= SPORTSMAN'S CHOICE FOR N. C....IADI 

CONSUMERS ULTIMATELY PAY CORPORATE TAXES 

WHO'S THIS MR. BARDO? 

CANDIDATES LACK CHARACTER 

HFLMS SEEKS STUDENT SUPPORT 

«20 MILLION BUYS A BLUSH 

HELMS VOWS TO FIGHT FOR WRITTEN PROMISE TO EACH SENIOR CITIZEN... 

GLENN GIVES HUNT BOOST 

BAD TASTE COSTS MORE ICARTOONI 

OUT-OF-STATE NONSENSE 

SOCIAL SECURITY REMAINS TOPIC IN RACE BETWEEN HUNT, HELMS 

SOCIAL SECURITY REMAINS TOPIC IN SENATE RACE 

HFLMS IN HILLSBOROUGH THURSDAY FQQ COFFEE 

SUBPEONENAS MAY BE SOUGHT ON PROBE 

HELMS: HUNT OWES 130,000 FQR AIRC'AFT 

GOVFk^'OR: TOBACCO HAS 'TAKEN ^EATING' 

SENIOR CITIZENS GROUP SUPPORTS DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

HELMS URGES VOTi=R TURNOUT, AGAIN LASHES OUT AT HUNT 

HUNT OFFERS PLAN TQ BOOST EDUCATION 

FEC INVESTIGATION MAY NOT END BEFORE ELECTION 

DEMOCRATS EXPECTING VOTING CHILLENGE 

HELMS TAKES RE-ELFCTION BIO TO H I LL SBOPPUGH ; RAPS MEDIA 

HELMS URGES SUPPQRTFKS TO BE SURE TO VUTE 

ZX AMBASSADORS ENDO-ISE HELMS '^ OR RE-ELECTION 

HUNT-HELMS FUND RAISING HITS 5 100,000 PER DAY PACE 

HFLMS' LAWYERS OPPOSE OPENING RULINGS 

HFLMS SAYS HUNT BEGAN CAMPAIGN DIRTINESS 

THURMOND TOUTS HELMS 

COWARDLY ACCUSERS SINK TO NEW LOW 8F LETTERS 

STUDY PPOBES CAMPAIGN FINANCES 

HELMS SAYS VOLUNTEERS WILL WA'CH POLLING PLACES 

HUNT CALLS HELMS' POLL PLAN A< 'EFFORT TO SCARE PEOPLE' 

HELMS' OUT-OF-STATE MONEY TOPS HUNT'S 

FORME" AMBASSADORS CRITICIZE IIPLOMATS' BACKING OF HELMS 

ANALYSTS: PRESIDENTIAL RACE FADING IN N.C. 

HELMS CITES FARM PANEL POWER IN TOUR OF EASTERN COUNTIES 







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l/0l/8<. - 12/31/lx. l/14/n5 

HfCS COMMERCIAL "LIES- 
JESSE'S OAV: HELMS TRAVELS IN ■RIJTA'IAGA ONE' 
BOOK GIVES HELMS CREDIT FnR REAGAN. TOBACCO WINS 
POLL: HUNT, HELMS OEAOLOCKEO IN WILSON 

-Uf.l' .i^'-';^^ APPROACH CAMPAIGN WITH OIFFCre^t STYLES 
l^Olin ADVICE FOR STUDENTS s ' ' i- . 3 

HELMS 'TALL IN THF SADDLE- 
COMMITTEE FOR HFLMS IS NAMED 

2pVAjf^L5frsi^'^i^:;Kr^TA:i;2s r?o^^[^?E?5R^?^ '" ^'"^ «°"" 

STHAWBRIDGE HEAOS HELMS' GROUP 3ULl»L iCLUKllY 

ANDERSON ATTACKS HELMS »N0 • N' W RIGHT' 

Elf?;^' REPUBLICANS' SHOULD REJECT HELMS 
ANDERSON: 'RIGHT' IS WRONG 
POLLS SHOW HELMS AHFaO 

THIS INSANE CAMPAIGN STILL MATCHES GOOD MEN 
WH» hFLMS SHOULO not go BACK TO SENATE 
OOP SHOULD REMOVE BLIGHT 
IT'S PRINCIPLE VS. POLITICS 

T.l.'ill.l TiVo'i'Voio "''"' ■''^■^"" JOURNALIST 
JIM HUNT 'CLEAR CHOICF' FOR N. C . 

'"JJiSADOR SAYS SOVIETS UNDERSTAND ONLY STRENGTH 
HUNT CHARGES HELMS' PLAN TO INTIMIDATE "LACK VOTFRS 
HELMS TELLS SUPPUPTERS POLL SHoi ilS aheXB OF HUN?^ 
POLITICAL ADS SELL CONTROVERSY 
£lf o9i'^i5'^" 5AID ORDERED BEFORE ELECTION 
HELMS' PENSION PLAN MAKES SEN^E 
FAITH, POLITICS 00 MIX 
PRO-BANKING DIPLOMATS 

TWU OTHER PARTIES HAVE CANDIDATES IN SENATE CONTEST 
HELMS, HUNT TRADE BARBS ON LINtONS, VETEPANS BENEFITS 
JUDGE ORDERS FEC TO ACT ON HE' MS CASE oe"":l-lli 

HELMS 'DISREGARDS' ENVIRONMENT 
JUDGE ORDEKS FEC ACTION WITHI'I 30 DAYS 

H0l;"?o"^E'^?^^Y'sSc¥lriEjSfe^?Y""'°" TELEPHONE MESSAGES 
r':i?SSJ.'','"=''E''°5 GOP PLAN FOR MONITORS AT POLLS 

h" °'l"?P y""-^^^'-"-^ oUl"NX?KiNr?5^f7^?J'^^°"°-^ 

CAMPAIGN WORKERS ME^O SAID INACCUPATE 

'RE-ELECT REAGAN AND HELMS' 1401 

GALLUP POLL SHOWS SENATE RACE STILL DEAntnCKED 

CAMPAIGNS DRAW TO A CLOSE AsNuNT AIRS AD 

HELMS, HUNT IN CEAO HEAT 

CANDIDATES BATTLE FOR UNDECIDED VOTE 

H5L"S. HUNT MAKE FINAL PITCHES 

HUNT GETS ROUSING DURHAM CROW^ 

I'.MnL?!?'',""';^!;!^'-''^^' "'"TIN: C«MPAIGN FOR SENATE COSTLIEST 

UNOFFICIAL RETURNS FROM DURHAM COUNTY PRECINCTS 

DURHAM PUCKS TREND, VOTES FOR DFMOrRAT^ ci-i-ii,!:, ., ^ ..,„,,„, . , v, „ -, 

DEMOCRATS WIN IN OURHyMCOUNIr"" • 't I \ } C'^V/.'' ^ IPNLM S 

LOYALTY TO PRINCIPLES WAS KFY, HELMS SAYS I i Jw^T'JS? ' J „ " '-^'' ^ 

NOW COMES HARD PARI FOR KEAGA^ AND HELMS 1 5 -^^V/S? t } '^ "} > 

DEMOCRATS POST NET GAIN OF J | | }f<2^^L' ? 5 f S" 

HELMS SAYS STATE SENT SIGMAI IT"; rnMCPOuATmc ^ ^ IL/O?/''^ ATM T 

FOR HELMS AND HUNT , WhIt H Jpp= Js NeSt ' S I !K"2'^;'' 'IN ^ 

VOTE TOLD WORLD WHERE TAR HEEL SSTAt5o — HELMS " ? H^O'/e', A A E 3 

fr/'uioi\'T'':i.n'i^iii'rn StM; r'^l°^"'^ government 



jy,',^^'^'^'", FUTURE UNCERTAIN, TAKES A WEEK'S BREAK 

Si^^E SISr5?MTuJi?'re?;o^li?!; ITdl'"' '^^'^'a"' BID 

ail^y. ^S^'Jf" BREAKS SILENCE. BLASTS PRESS 



NO HAPPS FOR "EDIA " ^ ll/H/lx. A A L ^ 

EAST, HELMS WONT NAME CHOICE FOR S'=NATF LEADFR S ? IKP'^2'' ^ '' l k^ 

HELMS SHOULDN'T LFAVE AGRICULTUOF COMM TTFF " I ll/l^/Si. A 3 N IT' 

THE ELEPHANTS ARE F I GHT ING tO"^ K TO TUSK ^, I H/l''/'"' A A F Ml 

PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRATIONS MAY CAUSF HELMS TO SWITCH ^ I Kf'"^'"' * 5 <' &* 

FARMERS SAID WOORIED HEL MS W IL L SW I TC H C HA 7r s ^ ^ 1I/IA/B<. A 1 J J56 Z 

HELMS RESTATES INTENT TO KE^P AGR I CIJl TURF pSsT ^ ^ U/l<./e4 C 10 N 3 

ARE HELMS AND DELORE AN SO D I F^ 6R ent"'' ^" '^^^^ " I W'W,^'' A lA N Q 

HELMS' STRUGGLE WASN'T AGA IN ST N. C . PRE SS Tl/n/«^ . ,. ,, 
A ROSE IS A ROSF IS A ROSE 




SL'-!^5 PASSING UP FOREIGN RELATIONS JOB 
HFLMS ROLE TOUCHES FLA. RACE 

hIl'ms' "eIs°h?s' "rD "''"'°'- SUBCOMMITTEE POST 
ONE MAN'S HIGH CALIPER HUNTIN" LESSON 
ROSE MAY ASK JUDGE TO TAKE PR3aF FROM FFC 
O'AUUUISSON TESTIMONIAL DRAWS FIRE 

„^E iE S"s^L"i^^ruR%Knl ?l^-?^R^^Vc'E"?^"T^IAL'SF^ ^SS^VJe 

5:c'^'bi^p'¥^i^'s^^TS"j;'g W""*'^^ ^° '"''" ""'^ 

ADA GIVES EAST, HELMS PERFECT SCORES OF ZERO 
HUNT-HELMS RACE COST ALMQS T 5' I M I LL I ON 
?fATl'„t'l^TL^?f'*^ '"""J^ '" MILLION ON CAMPAIGN 
fM?IL*'"^TIM IN HELMS-HUNT FIGHT 
INS I OF 

?o'^n«SJJ'S^I„?'-'9!5 LEADERS FQ:) WORK IN SENATE CAMPAIGN 
GOP SWEEP LEADS TO REASSESSMENTS 




HELMS, JESSt, RATINGS 

3£, ,''°t!Ii'^'*'^5: WHO'S ARCH? WIO'S ULTRA? 
POLL SAYS HUNT IS LEADING HEL'fS 
DEFENSE RECORDS RATED 



HELMS, MIKE 



1 


I T 
L Y 


P D DATE C PG 


L P BYL 


H 2 10/2'5/e'. A <. 


L 


H 2 lO/S'l/R*, A 10 


N 


H 2 I0/2O/n<, A ID 


N 


H 2 lO/ZI/BA B I 


N 


S 2 10/2'5/(><t A 3 


J 


S 2 10/21/1?', A A 


E 


S 2 10/2<1/P<> A A 


L 


S 2 lD/2<l/e<, C I 


N 


H 2 10/3D/B<. A 4 


L 


H 2 10/30/B4 A 6 


N 


H 2 10/3n/l)<, A 6 


N 


H 2 lO/3D/'iA A 7 


N 


H 2 10/30/n;, C I 


N W36 


S 2 10/3n/P<, A 4 


L 


S 2 lD/30/'>4 C 1 


N L38 


5 2 10/30/84 C b 


N 


H 2 0/31/84 A 4 


e 


H 2 0/31/"4 A 4 


L 


H 2 0/31/S4 A 4 


L 


H 2 10/31/14 A 4 


D L 


H 2 10/31/84 A 11 


N 


S 2 10/31/"4 A 4 


e 


S 2 10/31/R4 A 4 


L 


S 2 lD/31/84 C 1 


N C60 


H 2 11/01/84 B 6 


N 


H 2 11/01/84 B 6 


N 


S 2 11/01/84 C 8 


N 


5 2 11/01/84 C 8 


N 


H 2 11/02/04 A 4 


L 


H 2 ll/0?/e4 A 4 


L 


H 2 11/02/64 A 4 


L 


H 2 U/02/'>4 A 6 


N 


H 2 11/02/84 A 13 


N 


H 2 11/02/84 3 ■= 


N 


S 2 11/02/84 A 4 


L 


S 2 11/02/84 C 5 


N 


S 2 1 1/02/84 C ? 


N 


H 2 11/03/84 A 4 


L 


H 2 11/03/84 A 10 


N 


H 2 11/03/84 A in 


P N 


H 2 11/03/84 A 10 


N 


H 2 U/03/84 A 10 


N 


H 2 U/0 3/84 A 18 


N 


S 2 1 1/03/84 A 1 1 


N 


H 2 11/07/84 A 10 


A 


H 2 11/04/84 B 12 


N 


H 2 U/05/P4 B 1 


N 


S 2 11/05/84 A 1 


N 


S 2 11/05/84 A 8 


N 


H 2 11/06/84 B 3 


H 


5 2 11/06/84 C 1 


P N C60 


H 2 11/07/84 A 1 


P N 


H 2 11/07/84 A 8 


C N 


H 2 11/07/84 B I 


P N L41 


S 2 11/07/84 4 1 


N L38 


S : U/J7/84 A 1 


P N 


S 2 11/07/84 A 4 


E 


S 2 U/07/=4 A 7 


M 


H 2 11/08/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 ll/0'>/84 A 4 


E 


H 2 11/06/34 A 17 


N 


S 2 11/08/84 A 1 


N 


S 2 11/08/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 U/OT/BA A I 


P N 


H 2 11/0=)/04 A 1 


P N 


H 2 1/09/84 A 12 


N 


H 2 l/DP/SA A 14 


P N 


H 2 1/11/84 8 1 


P U H49 


H 2 11/ 1/84 B 4 


P N 


H 2 11/ 1/84 4 


U A20 


H ? 11/12/84 B 1 


P N 


S 2 11/I2/8A A 4 


E 


H 2 11/1 3/84 A 4 


T T LSI 


H 2 11/11/84 A 4 


L 


H 2 U/13/84 A 4 


L 


H 2 11/14/84 A 3 


N 


H 2 11/14/8A A 4 


p 


H 2 11/14/84 A 5 


U 


5 ? 11/14/84 A 1 


J J56 


S 2 11/14/84 C 10 


N 


H 2 11/16/84 A 14 


N 


H 2 11/17/84 A 4 


U 


" 2 U/18/91, D 4 


U A20 


H 2 11/19/84 A 4 


L 


H 2 11/20/84 B 8 


N 


H 2 11/21/84 A 5 P J 


H 2 1 1/2I/B4 A 9 


,1 


H ? 1 1/22/84 A ATT R5fc 


H 2 11/22/84 A 10 


N 


H 2 11/22/84 A 10 


N 


H 2 11/22/84 B 4 


N 


H 2 1 1/27/84 A 13 


N 


H 2 11/28/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 11/29/81, A I 


N 


H 2 U/30/84 A 4 


E 


H 2 11 /30/84 C 7 


N 


S 2 11/31/84 A 4 


E 


H 2 12/01/84 A 4 


U 


H ? 12/02/84 8 1 


N 


H 2 12/04/84 A 11 


N 


H 2 12/05/P4 A 8 


N 


H 2 12/05/84 A 14 


N 


H ' 12/06/84 A 21 P 


N 


S 2 12/08/84 A 4 


c 


H 2 12/09/84 A 14 


N 


S 2 12/11/84 A 1 P 


N 


H 2 12/1 1/84 8 14 


N 


H 2 12/13/84 A 1 


N 


S 2 12/15/84 A 3 


U T30 


H 2 12/16/84 B 8 


N 


S 2 12/17/84 A 4 


F 


S 2 12/21/84 A 1 


N J56 


S 2 12/21/84 A 13 


N 


H 2 12/26/84 C 1 


^1 


S 2 12/26/84 A 16 


N 


S 2 12/26/84 A 22 


N 


H 2 12/28/84 B 8 


N 


H 2 12/28/84 A 13 


N 


H 2 12/29/o<, A 4 


E 


S 2 12/31/64 C 3 


N 


H 2 6/26/84 A 5 


N 


H 2 10/06/84 A 14 


N 


S 2 10/15/84 A 8 


N 



I 



640- MONTHLr/i.MMUSL INDEX 3V NIMES "iCE I <. 2 

1/01/64 - lJ/31/84 1/14/P5 

S I T 

N ■: E L v 

P DATE C "G L P nvL 

EX-DE«C hEL^S IMDICTED h 2 l/O^/S". D 4 N 

EX-B«SKETB«LL PLAYE'S GETS 14 YESriS FO" COCAINE S ? 2/22/34 C 10 M 

HELMS GETS 14 YEARS IN JAIL H 2 2/23/fl4 2 N 

HELMS, SHEILA 

HAKE YOUR VALENTINE SOME CANDY H 2 2/09/84 C 3 P P 

HtLSEL, "RENT (CHAPEL HILLI 

TEEN CHARGEO IN Y"CA 3REAK-INS H 1 4/2';/»4 B I N 

TEEN CHARGED IN tiREAK-INS S 2 4/25/84 A 3 N 

HELTON, HENRY (ROX'^ORO) 

SEND IN THE CLOWNS H 2 2/05/84 E 1 p P J40 

HELWIG, DICK AND JANE 

FIRM HOPES TQ CAPITALIZE ON S^ I P T TO COMPUTERS S 2 2/08/84 C 20 N 

HEMBY, JAMES B. JR. OR. (ATLANTIC IHRISTIAN COLLEGE) 

WRITING TESTS ARE NEEDED H 2 2/21/84 A 4 L 

HEMPHILL, ROSE JOHNSON (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 2/04/84 A 12 

HENOER^O^l, B, 

DUHHAV WAN HELD ON ASSAULT CHIRCE H 2 3/13/''4 8 5 N 

HEARING SET IN ASSAULT H 2 3/14/84 A <) N 

HENDERSON, BLANCHE H. (CHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 6/29/84 A 14 

HENUERSON, DAVID (DUKE BASKETBALL "LAYERI 

A REASON TO SMILE; FOLLOWING ^RF A F£W NICE WOROS . . .DAVI D HENDERSON... H 2 1/29/84 B I P F M71 

HENDERSON'S FOUL SHOT LIFTS OJKS OVER TECH S 2 1/31/84 B 2 P N F25 

DPEWRY CERTAINLY NO 'BACKWOOD COMMUNITY* H 2 3/10/84 A 4 L 

HE.NDEBSON IS OU" E ' S BENCH S 2 3/13/84 D 1 » N 018 

HENDERSON diCK IN PRACTICE H 2 12/04/94 a 2 P N 

THE CATALYSTS: THESE PLAYERS COULD BE INGREDIENTS THAT MAKE TEAMS COOK H ? 12/26/84 D 1 P F >"71 

OUKE AWAITS TEST S 2 12/29/84 A 8 P U F25 

HENDERSON, D«VIO (FORMER RFP.I 

THE SIXTH MAN. ..WHEN A SUB IS NOT A SUB S 2 11/16/84 D 9 P F F25 

HENDERSON. J. J. "BABE" 

PICKING 0EL0ATCH6 AIDS RELATIONS S 2 3/09/84 A 4 L 

HENOFRSON, LANA T, OR, 

NCCU PRCl^ PRESENTS PAPER S 2 fl/l'l/84 A 11 N 

OR. HENDERSON IN BRAZIL H 2 8/15/84 B I N 

HENDERSON, MARY (HENDERSONI (OECEAScOl 

WOMAN SLAIN IN HENDERSON H 1 7/21/84 C 1 N 

HPNOE'SON MAN FINOS WIFE DEAD 5 2 7/21/84 A 14 >1 

15,000 REWARD POSTED IN HENDERSON SLAYING H 1 9/31/84 8 1 N 

HENDERSON, RANGE ("ORGANTONI 

BALANCED ATTENTION H 2 10/10/84 A 4 L 

HENDERSON, RICK (CHAPEL HILLI 

NICARAGUA: U.S. IS BECOMING A BULLY H 2 11/22/84 A 4 L 

HENDERSGN, RICKEY (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

YANKEES ACQUIRE HENOERSDN RIG-ITS, EX-BULL FISHER H 2 12/06/84 1 N 

HENDERSON, STUART 

CAN A PERFECTIONIST BE A BUSMESSMAN? H 2 11/04/84 D 14 P B L41 

HENDERSON - JAMES, NANCY 

FRIENDS OF LIBRARY JORK TO BOOST DURHAM FACILITY H 2 3/11/84 D 3 P U H45 

HENOLEY, GROVER PINES (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY H 2 1/11/84 C 7 

HENOON, WILLIAM (REP.-ASHEVILLE I 

2 MFN CHALLFNGE STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES H 2 2/04/84 A 13 N 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS H 2 4/21/84 3 1 N 

JUDGE IS EXPECTED TO OROE' CHANGES IN VOTING "ACHINES H 2 5/19/84 B 7 N 

ATTHRNEY TQ PRESS vnT=-8UYING PROBE H 2 7/21/84 A 3 N 

hENDON says AMERICANS STILL BEING HELD AS POWS H 2 8/16/84 A 19 N 

5 CONGRESSMFN WIN RE-plSCTION IN N.C. CONTESTS H 2 U/Q7/84 A 13 N 

REPUBLICAN CANOIOAT; JINS IN 5TH CONGRESSIONAL OISTRICT M 2 11/08/84 A 15 N 

REPUBLICAN WINS IN N.C. DISTRESS ENVIRONMENTALISTS S 2 U'20/84 8 7 N 

N.C. DEMOCRATIC WINNERS GET CONSERVATIVE MESSAGE 5 2 12/10/84 A I N 

HENOON SAYS 'WE KNOW POWS STILL BEING HELD H 2 12/14/84 C 9 N 

HENORICK, JOHN MB. C MRS. 

PRESIDENT TO GdT TAR HEEL TUR< EY H 2 11/10/84 A 10 N 

HENDRICKS. GEORGE 

INMATE WHO WAS WAVING AT MOTHER INJURED IN FALL FRO" "OVING TRUCK H 2 11/17/84 3 5 N 

HENOPICKS, KATHIE «, * 

HUMAN RIGHTS SHOULD HAVE NO dORDERS H 2 4/01/84 4 L 

HENORICKSON, DON I HE ALTH- AMER IC A 1 ,,,,,„, r , ., ,c^ 

DURHAM DOCTORS SOUGHT S 2 2/24/84 C 1 N J56 

HENORIX, ANDY EDWARD (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY H 2 3/17/84 A 12 

HcNORIX, T. C. 

GROUP MAY LOSF DAVIE COUNTY F5RM M 2 7/14/34 A 8 N 

FARM SALE HALTED WHILE N.J. CJLT NEGOTIATES OFBT H 2 8/05/84 8 6 N 

HENEGAR, ED REV. 

A WARNING TO STONE THROWERS H 2 1/26/84 A 4 E 

HENIGAN, J^HN KEITH (TAMPA) 

FLORIDA MAN IS CHARGEO AFTER :ITY BANK ROBBED H 2 7/13/84 A 2 N 

HAN IS Charged in oan< "olcup s 2 7/13/B4 c 1 -1 

BONO 525,000 FOR ACCUSED TANK R03RER » 2 7/14/34 A 12 n 

BONO SET IN BANK HOLDUP CASE S 2 7/14/84 A 3 N H05 

HENNIK5, MIKE (MURDOCH CENTER! , , .,,,,,. , .. , = , 

MURDOCH CENTER OFFICIALS PROBF BEATING OF RSSIO'^NT S 2 12/12/84 A 1 N J56 

MURDOCH CENTER FIRES EMPLOYEE FOR BEATING S 2 12/29/84 A 1 N J56 

HENNING, JESHUA 

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT SAVES 'OY AT DUKE H 2 5/11/84 B 1 N 830 

ACTOR, FIGHT DIRECTOR, ETC., JNAFRAIO OF VARIETY H 2 3/18/84 A 12 P F W66 

HENRY, GARY P. (JAKE CO.) , „,„„,„ . ,, 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST PART OF D.* I LAW H 2 9/08/84 A 11 N 

HENRY, JUSTIN (ACTOR) 



M a N T H L r 



/ 4 N tl U A L 
1/01/B<, 



INDEX 



PACE 143 
1/14/85 



GRAB STUDENT SPENDS FALL TUTOUNG YOUNG MOVIE STAR JUSTIN HENRY 
HENRY, STEPHEN 

COURT UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE 

HENSLEY, JOHN ICAMERONl fDECEASEOI 

4 SERVICEMEN KILLED IN VA. PLANS CRASH 

HcNSLEY, MARTY 

HENSLEY DOWN TO 3 SCHOOLS 

UNC GETS HENSLEY 

O-U HENSLEY MAKES COMMITMENT TO UNC 

HtPHORTH, DAVID 

ROCK "n^'pol" '■'^" VITALITY - PANELISTS 

HERBERT, DICK (AMERICAN FOOTPALL COACHES ASSN. I 

FOUR 'JLUE DEVILS NAMED TO SCHO OL ■ S "ALL OF FAMF 
BANKHEAO SETS WIN RECORD: HE IV T ZE LMAn'-EX T ENDS GOL F LEAD 

HERBERT, FRANK (WRITFRI 

SUCCESS A BIG SURPRISE: 



DUNE' AUTHOR SAYS 'TELL AS GOOD A STORY. 
TALK WITH ITS PRESIDENT 



HERBERT, oFORGE R. 

ON THF JOB FOR 25 YPAPS: RTI- 
•LAPGEST OFFICE EAST OF TEXAS 
UNC WILL PRESENT 3 HONORARY DEGREES 
DURHAM RESIDENTS TO GET UNC AWAROS 
NClU, UNC TO GIVE DIPLOMAS TO'nRwnu 

str^^^p' ?^^^!E:L'Js?r'sI"F^¥ ^° °°"«" 

RTI GROWTH CONTINUES 
CIVIC LEADERS EARN HONORS 

HERBIN, EDPIE LEE 

MAN ORDERED TO UNDERGO TESTS 
HERBST, ERIC (PHYSICIST) 

LIBRARIAN'S REMARK IMPLIED CENSORSHIP 
HERBSTER, KAYE 

VICTIM STILL IN HOSPITAL 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF SHOOTING MAN WHILE ON PHON? 
HEBJE, SID ICAPR30R0I 

MONTHS AFTER DEATH, URANGE TRAILER PARK STILL UNEASY 
HERLINGEP, CHRISTINE 

Si^SAi"!;)!?SlN^?^;iYJP5ofi?Ri^S^^i^?^^^'-^ child-support 
HERMAN, HLGOZIMIERZ IGASTONIAI 

MUSEUM SHOWS POLISH SCULPTOR'S CATHEDRAL SCENE 

"'^""^^ObItSary^ H«XWELL lOECEASEDI 

HEBNDON, CARL H. (DECEASED) 
ORI TIUAP Y 
OBITUARY 

HEPNDON, E. M. 

FOUNDING FATHERS NEVER REJECTED PRAYER 
HEPNDON, FLOP IMEL W. 

GODLESS INSTITUTIONS NOT NEUTRAL 

PROHIBITION WORKED FOR 1 3 YEa5 S 

HERNDOM, PHYL IS 

BRIDE'S PRETTY SMILE IS WHAT WON HIS HEART 
HERON, BECKY 

BUT MBS. HERON WILL 

HERON FILES 

APPOINTMENT SECRECY ILL-AOVISi^D 

UNANNFXED AREAS NEED MORE PIDWER 

MEETING TIME CHANGE EYED 

EDITORIAL WAS RIGHT TO SEEK OPENNESS 

HERON REMINDER TIMELY t^MtSS 

^?^?rHiR°rsArAf5'i^R^t^"?i,^^??r;?K^^;!'^'^^ 

CLARIFICAT ON OF ROLE OF 1-40 GROUP sniprHT 

HERON BACKS MOVING fQnOS FkoS CIVIC CENTfJ To TMFiTro 

A ^^f pow^r^v^^;:f L^^uf hP'"«-- 

MEETING CHANGE GOOD MOVE • 

y;ig!SJI|:^SE^^^?O^S?iIfaF?^CT^[i?^ POLES 

TFN CANDIDATES FAVO^ SEWER LI^P FXTPN<;inw 
KEE?°»ERSN'?S;r= SALES Tax'^^Ie^NOT^n'^^SeD 
CANDIDATES EYE LAND USE 
MOST FAVOR FUNDS FOR CIVIC CEVTER 

c"iSKiorTi^°?A;:??j.roSM^ ^°-"-" 

THAT ELUSIVE LAND-USE PLAN 

b1 ^^R'S^""^'^'"''""°fN= '""' """ " ''""" 
BECKY HERON: W£ NEE^ 8eCKV»S yntrp ne pca^hm ..«. 

ffi^A::'c^3.{? ^^Miil^S f '°^°^ §SRS!S^?S;Nf;*^iMMISSIONeR...(.D, 

YOU ARE INVITED TO A SPECIAL -"VFNT (ini 

I[!^^°^:#E:^^-SAS"?o^sy?!4r^g5.?fl3MM.^ 

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ii?^g»ss:5|oJyr;|s^,5?"5r^E:ii^u^---- -ON (AD, 

IGNORANCE POOR RcASON FOR BAN 
PHOSPHATE BAN WOULD CUT TREATMENT CnST'; 
^5L-^S^Bi^S"?g^ ir^'Uk" "°"--t'^'o"H^^^DICAPPED 
?S.5;;,"^''°'' SHOWED COURAGE 

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P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

S 2 5/17/84 D 1 P F A15 

H J 6/07/B4 C 11 N 

H 2 12/13/84 B 7 N 



2 7/20/^4 C t 
2 9/18/°4 B ' 
2 9/19/84 B 2 



N C36 

N 

N C36 



H 7 


6/16/84 


r 


) 


p 


N 


W66 


5 2 


6/2 1/84 





1 


p 


F 


871 


H ? 


2/07/84 


B 


? 


p 






H 2 


4/15/B4 


B 


9 


p 


N 




H 2 


6/10/B4 





3 


p 


U 


H4 5 


H 2 


2/25/04 


n 




p 


F 


C19 


H 2 


2/26/84 


n 






F 


C19 


H 2 


4/21/84 


8 




p 






S 2 


4/21/84 


A 


■ 










5/12/84 


A 


I 










5/14/84 


A 


1 


p 






H 2 


5/17/84 


c 


9 






'\^n 


S 2 


5/17/84 


( 


1 


p 


N 




S 2 


5/18/84 


A 


4 




F 




H 2 


U/15/B4 


r 


1 n 








i 2 


U/15/84 


c 


1 




N 


C60 



H 1 U/28/84 



H 2 10/11/84 A 



S 2 2/02/84 C 1 N 
H 2 2/03/84 B 1 N 



H 2 11/03/84 A 1 



H 2 2/10/84 b 1 N S82 
S 2 7/25/84 A 1 P F S80 



H 2 12/16/84 B 14 
H 2 4/02/84 B 6 



H 2 


9/07/84 B 


9 





H 2 


8/08/84 A 


8 





H 2 


3/30/64 4 


4 


L 


H 2 


3/20/84 A 




L 


H 2 


8/30/84 4 




L 


H 2 


5/13/84 E 




P F H4 5 


H 2 


1/06/84 B 




N 


S 2 


1/06/84 C 




N 


S 2 


1/29/84 A 




L 


S 2 


1/30/94 4 




N J56 


S 2 


1/30/84 C 




N K90 


H 2 


1/31/84 A 




L 


S 2 


2/01/84 A 




e 


H 2 


2/04/84 B 


1 


> N 881 


S 2 


2/08/84 A 




N X61 


H 2 


2/10/84 A 




N B81 


H 2 


2/14/84 4 




E 


S 2 


3/19/84 C 




N J56 


S 2 


3/26/84 4 




N J56 


S 2 


3/28/84 A 




N C05 


S 2 


4/03/84 C 




N J56 


H 2 


4/10/84 A 




E 


S 2 


4/19/54 A 




L 


H 2 


4/20/P4 4 




L 


S 2 


4/26/84 C 




N C60 


H 2 


4/27/84 4 


7 P 


A 


H 2 


4/29/84 A 




G Pfll 


H 2 


4/30/84 4 




G 331 


H 2 


4/30/P4 B 


14 P 


4 


S 2 


4/30/84 C 




G J56 


H 7 


5/01/84 A 




N 88 1 


S 2 


5/01/84 A 




N C6'i 


S 2 


5/01/84 C 




G J56 


H 2 


5/02/84 1 




G 991 


? ^ 


5/02/84 B 




N 046 


S 2 


5/02/84 A 




G J56 


H 2 


5/03/84 B 




N B61 


H 2 


5/03/84 C 




N 


H 2 


5/04/84 A 


2 1 P 


A 


H 2 


5/J6/84 4 


12 P 


4 


H 2 


5/06/84 


1 P 


F 


H 2 


5/07/84 A 




4 


H 2 


5/09/84 A 




N 681 


H 2 


5/09/84 A 




N 


S 2 


5/09/84 A 


1 P 


N J56 


H 2 


5/10/84 B 




N BBl 


H 2 


5/11/84 A 




E 


H 2 


5/13/84 4 


3 o 


4 


H 2 


5/26/84 C 




N RSI 


H 2 


5/30/84 B 




N B6 1 


H 2 


6/04/84 A 




E 


H 2 


6/13/84 A 




L 


H 2 


6/19/84 C 




N 881 


S 2 


6/28/84 C 




N C60 


H 2 


6/29/84 A 




L 


S 2 


7/23/84 C 




N J56 


S 2 


8/23/84 B 




N J56 



3* 

3 

i 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
t/01/84 - 12/31/8'. 



OFFICE ZONING STUDY iPPBQVEO 

CFNTEP aOREFMFNT EXTEMDEO 

WATER PSESEPVATIJM IS PUSHED 

CANDIDATES TACKLE COUNTY GROMT H-VS.-QUAL I TY ISSUE 

MOST COUNTY BOARD CANDIDATES = AVOR HOLDING LINE ON TAXES 

K'=EP HERON lADI 

MANAGING GROWTH A KEY ROLF F05 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

UNOFFICIAL RETURNS FROM DURHA'" COUNTY PRECINCTS 

DEMOCRATS APPARENT COUNTY BOA! WINNERS 

VOTERS KEEP DEMOCRATS ON COMMISSION 

BARRINGER SAYS COMMITTEE KILLEJ HIS BID 

PULLEY, MIGHT OUT-SPENT OPPON'"NTS 

COUNTY 3EGINS WORK ON GREENHAYS SYSTEM 

HERON, DUNCAN 

8CACKNALL HOUSE ENDANGERED 

HERRING, BENNY WILLIAMS (TIN CITY) 
TIN CITY MAN FOUND DEAD 
MAN SENTENCED FOR SLAYING 

HERRING, ^MARC-ARE ^C l 6 AHn';'" SH ARE STARTING CLUB FOR DEAF ADULTS 
OTHERS" AWARENESS IS GREATEST NEED OF DEAF 

HERRIOT, JAMES (PENNAME OF J. ALFRED Wl&HTI 
NICE 'NO' IS HIGHLIGHT 

HERROD, ELISe B. IDECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

HERRON, LLOYD EDWARD IBRYSON CITYI 

TIRE EXPLODES, KILLS BRY SON CITY M»N 

HERRON, NATHAN 

MAN HELD IN THEFT OF POLICE RADIO 

HERSHEY, ROBERTSOrj 

DURHAM ACADEMY: AN ALTERNATIVE FOR 'jO YFARS...NOT AN ESCAPE 

HERZOG, FKEDERICK 

WF CANNOT EVEN ALLOW THE GUILTY TO DIE 

HER20G, KRISTIN 

KILLING MAKES NO SENSE 

HESTER, BILL (ABC COMMISSION) 

LIQUOR SALES CUT BY HARSHER LAWS 

HESTER, DOM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THItlGS ARE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: LIFE IN nu' HAM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN' 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 

HESTFR, EDMOND (N.Y.) lOECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HESTER, EMMA LEE (CREEDMOOR) 

BEAUTY BLOOMS AFRESH WITH CARDLIJA SPRING 
LAKE PARK GREAT; DON'T MESS IT UP 

HESTER, FRANK LEE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HESTFR, JAMES weSTLEY SR. I HI LLSBO' OUGH ) (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

HESTER, KATIE BOLTON (HILLSBOROUGH] 
OBITUARY 

HESTFR, PAUL (*ICCU PROFESSOR! 
3 LEAD EDMISTEN CAMPAIGN 
BOARD GAME TEACHES BOARD POL i: Y 

HESTON, CHARLTON 

HESTON FEATURED IN LATEST HELP'S AO 
HESTON PAINTS A HEROIC HELMS IN LATEST TV AD 
HELMS. HUNT CAMPS CLASH OVER LATEST COMMERCIAL 
HESTON AO SHOWS HELMS IS OUT TF TOUCH 
CELEBRITIES TAKE SIDES IN HUNT-HELMS RACE 

"^^^''ui"c'*RECFIVEs''s25o"dOo"eNOOWMENT for SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

HEUSTIS, CHARLES 

HUESTIS TO RETIRE 

"'''^^Ta-N''RULEs1''GA°A&E OWNER FEARS THEY MILL MEAN RUIN OF HIS LIVELIHOOD 
LPT HIM EARN A L IVING 

IF NEIGHBORS HAPPY, WHY DOES TOWN OBJECT 
GARAGE OWNER WINS HIS BATTLE TO REMAIN OPEN 

HEWITT, WILLIAM (HOYOCK! 

3 HELD ON DPUG CHARGES 

12 PEOPLE INDICTED IN DRUG PRIBE 

TWO FATHER AND SON TEAMS SENTENCED FOR ROLES IN OUTER BANKS DRUG... 

HEWITT, WILLIAM JR. (KILL DEVIL HILLS! 
3 HELO ON ORUG CHARGES 

12 PEOPLE INDICTED IN DRUG PR3BE , , „„,^ 

TWO FATHER AND SON TEAMS SENTENCED FOR ROLES IN OUTER BANKS DRUG... 

HEYOEN, SILVIA 

EXHIBITS REVEAL NEW DIRECTIONS 

HIATT, BILL REP. (MOUNT AIRY! 

FORMER LEGISLATOR JOINS GOP RACE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 
LARGE FIELD CROWDS GOP PACE ,,^„ 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES URGE STRONGER TWO-PARTY SYSTEM 
JORDAN GETS NARROW LEAD OVER STEWART 

HICKS, ANNA 

CIVITAN AWARD 

HICKS, BETTY DOUGLAS (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

HICKS, CLINT (SUGAR GROVE! 

N-BOMB WITNESS STILL CARRIES SCARS 

HICKS, DARRELL L. (HIGH POINT! 

12 USED-CAR DEALERS INDICTED IN ODOMETER ROLLBACK PROBE 

HICKS, DON 





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S 2 10/0O/8'. C 
S 2 10/2<>/"<. C 
H 2 10/2n/n4 A 
H 2 10/2=1/8'. A 
H 2 10/2<f/8<. A 
S 2 IO/30/n'. A 
H 2 11/07/3A A 
H 2 11/07/8'. B 
S 2 ll/:i7/8<. C 
H 2 11/08/"'. B 
H 2 11/20/84 C 
S 2 12/20/R<. A 


1 N P31 
1 N J 56 
I N J56 
1 G B3I 
I G B8 1 

7 P A 

1 N J56 

8 C N 

1 P N 181 
I P N J56 
\ o M "SI 
1 N 
1 N J56 


H 2 ll/2ft/8'. A 


4 L 


S 2 l/U/84 C 
H 2 5/23/8'. A 


3 N 
3 N 


S 2 6/20/8A B 
S 2 6/21/8'. A 


1 P G J06 
6 G J06 


5 2 12/27/84 D 


2 P F B7 1 


H 2 12/27/8'. A 


6 


H 2 10/03/8'. A 


8 N 


H 2 '5/20/8'. C 


9 N 


H 2 2/05/n<, 


1 P F W24 


H 2 2/15/8', A 


4 L 


H 2 1/20/8'. A 


4 L 


H 2 1/22/R'. A 


4 N 


H 2 1/07/8A E 
H 2 2/25/»<. B 
H 2 5/1P/3'. B 
H 2 8/02/8'. a 
H 2 ')/05/8'. B 


1 U 
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1 u 


H 2 ll/25/8<. B 


2 


H 2 4/30/8'. A 
H 2 8/0')/S4 A 


4 L 

4 L 


H 2 5/21/84 B 


12 


H 2 3/07/84 B 


8 


H 2 8/13/84 B 


6 


S 2 3/13/84 C 
H 2 9/13/84 D 


3 P N 
2 N 


S 2 7/16/84 A 
H 2 7/17/84 A 
H 2 7/18/84 B 
H 2 7/25/84 A 
H I 9/22/84 B 


2 N 

9 P N 

12 N 

4 L 

1 N 


H 3 9/15/84 B 


1 P 


S 2 3/02/84 A 


I N C05 


H 2 7/19/84 B 
H 2 7/20/84 A 
S 2 7/23/84 A 
H 3 8/02/84 B 


1 P N H90 

4 E 

4 E 

1 P N H90 


H 2 3/11/84 B 
H 2 3/13/84 A 
H 7 7/27/84 A 


8 N 

12 N 

3 N 


H 2 3/11/84 B 
H 2 3/13/84 A 
H 2 7/27/84 A 


8 N 

12 N 

3 N 


H 2 6/08/84 D 


9 P U G68 


H 2 2/01/84 A 
H 2 2/27/84 B 
S 2 4/13/34 B 
H 2 5/09/84 A 


3 N 

6 J 

7 P N 
1 I N 


S 2 10/26/84 C 


8 P P M66 


H 2 3/13/84 B 


2 


H 2 3/15/34 A 


11 P N 


H 2 ■ 8/01/34 A 


3 N 



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12/31/fl<. 



PAGE 1«5 
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KILLING BABIES IS NOT LCVE 
HICKS, FRANK JR. 

THEIR WEDDING HAS A LESSON IN PATIENCE 
HICKS, HAYWOOD THOMAS 

POSTAL OFFICIALS BRING CHARGE 

HICKS, JACK (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HICKS, JAMFS E. (CONHVERl 

GASTONIA DEMOCRAT F I L ■= S AS CA^IDIDATF FOP "^FMaTF 

REPUdLICANS HOPE COATTAILS EXfENO TO COUNCIL OF ^TATF 

COUNCIL OF STATE POSTS ARE WOV BY DEMOCRATS ^ 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNCIL OF STATE, UOdGESHIP RACES 

HICKS, JAMES LUTHER (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

""■'^'jr,!;;''?'' Il-INOI'ERG CORP., CHICAGni 

COMPANY HEALTH PLANS RAPPED A3 'BLANK CHECKS- 
HICKS, LARBY OWAYiWE 

Tm WOMEN SUE AUTO FIRM OVER :iEATHS IN FIERY CRASH 
HICKS, RON INURSFI 

TALKING HANDS COACH MOM IN L A3 OR 

""■'^'AdSJ^''^. iti-'^' »l-COHOL AND OPUS SEOVICESI 
DRUG, ALCOHOL ABUSE IS PROGRAM FOCUS 

HICKS, TAMMY MILLER 

TWO WOMEN SUE AUTO FIRM OVER :i£ArHS IN FIERY CRASH 
HICKS, VINCENT JEROME ILOUISBURG) 

FALSE REPORT ARREST MADE IN FIANKLIN 

"'"^QBUuiR? "^"'"'T''" SR. (OECEASEOl 

""^^^^S.Vf.^I;" DEWITT (OECEASEOl 
UD 1 I UA H Y 
OBITUARY 

HIGGIN30THAM, MARK 

THE CHALLENGE: MARK H IGG INBOTH AM GETS CHORE OF HANDLING WILLIAM PERRY 
HIGGINS, JOHN J. II 

MARTIN NAMES THREE PEOPLE TO ADMINISTRATION POSITIONS 
HIGGINS, OOELL MELVIN I MCLEANSV I LLt I 

TWO KILLED IN GUILFORD IN HEA5-0N COLLISION 
HIGGS, JENNIE BELL PORTER IDECEASETI 

HICGS, MELODY 

THIS MARRIAGE HAS ITS ROOTS n FRIENDSHIP 
"ICH, KATIE CRABTREE (OECEASEOl 

HIGH, TONY (PUNNI 

TWO CHARGED IN FRANKLIN LOUNG; FIRE 
HIGHFILL, JENNY STARR C JERRY WAYNF 

CIVIL SUIT SETTLED WITH i 3.3<, M ILL ION 

""^"'obItijary'-' """■5f*'=f (CHARLOTTE (OECEASEOl 

HIGHSMITH, WILLIAM E. 

RETIRING U.XC-A CHANCELLOR HONORED 

"""'ifu^irZA^^feS^M^^CH^^'""'^'"*' "°'"^'™ 
HIGHT, RAGGETT FILE FOR COMM [«; <; I HMFH 

N^rF^J^^Erf^^^E^^ER^S^G^r"^""" 

wrCA^S'.'?'?F%l^D^f^°SA!f?^SNhfJiR^?;a^?^rR, ,A0, 
??^5?0AS'E^?'??F^\^iNrtil ^" "''' "^' U',ilo"°' 

Sl^L/^o""^^^ ""'"'""^SJ^T^^ri^P^'^^^^KN^S"^"''^^"^"^' 

fStSlcJIi^^"" ^ILLS WCN-T RISF 

A^ S GH;%AjEs'?HF'r^5M=l'' '^'Ji^""^ =»«£" " f^'U" 

WRHiS^JoUN^Y^SSMlPsiONERr^^"^ "- ""^"^ ""'^^^ COMMISSIONER (ADl 
2f?S^^^^J^„';'°"I'""E THREE FOR ; UMM I S 5 I CNFR ■; RACE 
m![Hrf^EK!'^5'rl^F^' °'"'"'"' "-"^T^= 'oS\'SuN??'^!oMM,SSIONER 
5y?^'ER^uTiIJ^^A;^E?f^iSS,?l5S^g„'^I,','^P=°"°-5 '^^^o.irr 

Sf^H°r^0"%E"^?,1'?SN^^F""'°^°"'' ^""°'" 
AL HIGHT FACES THE ISSUES 

rsV.J c,'-?f9'°*^'^5 TELL WHY Th=Y run 

rcJ.t tHil *•- HIGHT COUNTY CT MM I SS lONER . . . ( AD 1 

t^^HT^ Ihni f!;R^iS?%^iK7c\%8'""'"'°^" '^°' 

MRS. "CCUTCHEON, HIGHT in; TE=R out 
^f^E%"\^1Vfc^[l?^ ?P%^^W\5=,^?iR= ? '"'°-« 

at^i?Mi;BfK^,"i^j^oiJjr^^ BACKt!sS,"iSRr?,TY 

HIGHT SAYS JOHNSON IS EMPLOYE= 

MASSAGE PARLOR OWNER ARRESTED 

PARLOR OWNER JOHNSON 'A NICE jUY.' HirnT CAv^ 

AL MIGHT -MORAL, HONEST, OPEN- " 

CANDIDATES TACKLE COUNTY GROWTH-v; -IIJAI I TV tccic 

VOTERS-S ALLIANCE GOES FOR OE^IJS ' °' 
AL HIGHT DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER lADI 



5 ^ ^ ^ '^ 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 2 9/0T/84 A 4 L 

H 2 9/30/8<. E 2 P F HOI 

H 1 2/0<./8<. B 1 N 

H 2 9/28/8". C 7 



H 2 2/02/B<. A 12 N 

H 2 10/11/B<, A 15 N 

H 2 lI/07/8<. A 13 N 

H 2 11/08/84 A 8 N 



H 2 U/0<./8<, B 2 

H 2 11/01/84 8 1 N B30 

H 2 5/03/84 A 20 N 

H 2 3/17/84 8 1 P F 330 

S 2 2/08/84 C 1 N COS 

H 2 5/03/84 A 20 N 

H 2 3/31/84 AON 

H 2 11/23/84 C 10 



H 2 5/14/64 B 6 
H 2 5/15/84 B 5 



H 2 10/19/84 C I P F C57 

H 2 12/20/<!4 A 6 N 

H 2 3/02/84 C 5 

H 2 3/16/84 C 9 

H 2 7/15/34 E 2 P F HOI 

H 2 7/22/84 B 2 

H 1 3/28/84 B 1 N 



H 2 12/14/84 C 9 
H 2 4/11/84 A 6 
H 2 4/03/84 A 12 



S 2 

S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

5 2 



1/18/84 C 
2/01/84 A 
2/02/84 A 
2/J3/R4 B 
4/27/84 A 
4/29/84 A 
4/29/84 A 
'4/30/14 A 
4/30/84 C 
4/30/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 B 
5/01/B4 A 
5/02/84 A 
5/02/84 A 
5/03/84 B 
5/06/84 A 
5/06/84 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/10/84 B 
5/10/84 A 
5/11/84 A 
5/15/84 A 
5/15/84 A 
5/16/84 B 
5/26/84 A 
6/01/84 B 
6/02/84 A 
6/03/84 A 
6/04/84 A 
6/06/84 A 
6/06/84 A 
6/06/84 A 
6/07/84 A 
6/07/84 A 
6/13/84 A 
6/18/84 A 
7/24/84 C 
7/24/84 8 
7/25/04 A 
8/06/84 A 
10/28/84 A 
10/29/94 A 
10/30/84 A 
11/02/84 A 
11/03/84 A 
11/04/84 A 



N 



N J56 
E ■ 

N J56 
N S31 



B81 



G Bai 
r, J56 



N 981 
N C60 
G B8 1 
G J56 
N BBl 



N B61 

N 

N J56 

N B81 

N J56 

N J 56 

N J56 

A 

N 

N J56 

N B81 



N C60 
N BBl 
N 
' N J56 
N C60 
E 
E 

N C60 
N J56 
N 
N 
L 

G BSI 
G B8 1 
N J56 



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INDEX 
l2/3l/8<. 



MIGHT 

MIGHT 

HILUE 

MILL 

MILL 

HILL 
HILL. 
MILL. 
HILL. 



unofflcial "etuims ^stm durha" count/ pp.ecincts 
oemocats apparent county bhajd winners 
v"tfrs keep jewocp.ats qn co>"his«icn 
barrlnger says committee killed his bid 
hight »as np durham spender 
pulley, hight out-spent opponents 

, henpy w. "chip" jr. (superior court jiidgei " 

nej superior coukt judge name5 in 9th judicial district 

. PATTY 

THERAPY UNLOCKS PRISON OF FEA= 



BRANDT, RICHARD REV. ( HI LL SBO? OUGH I 
PARENTS' GROUP TO FIGHT BOOK CENSORSHIP 

ALLIE GRUBS IDAVIOSON CO. I 
TWINS APPROACH lOOTH BIRTHDAY 

AN'JE 
SHAKESPEARE DRAINS CROWD FOR CANCER CENTER BENEFIT 
MOREhEaC house SETTING FOR BLACK-TIE PREMIERE 

CARL OENSON "SKEET" JR. lOECEASEOI 
OPITUARY 

CHARLES P. [FR4NKLINT0N1 

BROUGHT AS A LAMB TO THE SL AJ GHTER . . . " 

DAN III 
DAN HILL ASSUMES CGA'S PRESIDENCY 

DENNIS ISMITHFIELDI 
THREE INMATES REPORTED MISSING FROM UMSTEAD CENTER 
ESCAPEE CAUGHT; TWO ARE STILL FREE 

HILL. DENNIS REV. 

CITY LAW AGAINST SEX ON CABLE TV TO BE SOUGHT 
CHILDREN WON'T FARE WELL ON TV GARBAGE DIET 
ANTI-SMUT GROUP SETS SHOWING 

MILL, DIANE EUBANKS 

HS. WHEELER FINALIST FQP TEACHING AWARD 

UNIQUE MINISTRY PROVIDES A PLACE TO MAKE CONTACT 

EDITOR DID JOE WELL 

HILL. "QNNA JEAN (RALEIGHP 

WOMAN TO DROP SUIT AGAINST HA< E DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

HILL. OOROTriY (CHAPEL HILLl 

FRUSTRATED: UNSOLVED ORANGE C3UNTY CRIMES HAUNT VICTIMS. POLICE 



HILL. EDGAR 

DFMnCRATIC HOPEFULS ARE 



MOTLEY BUNCH' 



HILL. ELORED LEON 1 HENDER SONV I LLE I , ,^ 

N.C. COUKT UPHOLDS ONE DEATH SENTENCE. SETS ASIDE ANOTHER 
COURT RULES AGAINST HYPNOSIS AS MEMORY AID FOR WITNESSES 

HILL. ESTELLE PYLES IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HILL. EVELYN GREENWOOD IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HILL. FRANK H. 

DURHAM REPUBLICAN FILES FOR 2N 
THREE CANDIDATES FILE FOR N.C. 
HILL FILES FOR CONGRESS 
CORRECTION 

TWO DEMOCRATS. ONE RE»UPLICJN 
A NEW FACE IN THE 3N0 DISTRICT 
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES file 
HILL TO ADDRESS SOUTHERN GRAOS 
1.700 PUPILS TO GRADUATE 
GRADUATION Day; 'CHASE YOUR S-t 
HILL npFNS DFFICE 
REPUBLICAN OPENS OFFICE IN OUR 
HILL "EETS WITH REAGAN 
GOP CaNDlOATE HITS TAX PACKAGH 
1ST PAYCHECK LEO FRANK HILL T2 
VALENTINE. HILL DISCUSS TECHNO 
hill: valentine IRRESPONSIBLE 
HILL PAPS GOVERNMFNT SPENDIMG. 
SATURDAY BRUNCH HONORS PEPUPLI 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS KEY DIFFERENCE 
GA. CONGRESSMAN LABELS CEMuCRS 
GOP CANDIDATE SAYS TAX CREDITS 
CANDIDATE IS "AN OF FAITH 
SPENDING IS GREATEST THREAT 
CANDIDATE HILL MAN OF CHARITY 
HILL. VALENTINE CLASH OVER VET 
2N0 DISTRICT INCUMBENT PLAYS I 
VALENTINE BUCKING GTP TIDE; BI 
5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELECTION 
VALENTINE CITES HIS EXPERIENCE 
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN 3 
THANKS FOR 'GREAT EXPERIENCE' 
HOUSE CANDIDATE: LOSING WAS N3 
COULUN'T BEAT VALENTINE, HE J3 



D DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT 
GOVERNOR 

VIE FOR 2ND DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN 
FUND REPORTS 

ARE OF RAINBOWS:' SOUTHERN HIGH 
HAM 



POLITICS 
LOGY, TAX RATES 
FOR DECLINING TV SHOW 

VALENTINE 
CANS COBEY, HILL 

TS 'SELFISH' SPENDTHRIFTS 
WILL HELP SCHOOLS 



a ISSUE 

T COOL 

LL rO'lEY LEADING ANDREWS 

IN N.C. CPNTESTS 

FOR VICTORY 
TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

DISGRACE 
INS MCMILLAN 



HILL. GEORGE WATTS 

3 NAM=0 DURHAM ACADEMY LIFE TRUSTEES ,, , ,^ 

DUKMA" GETS NEW CENTER PLAN: DEVELOPERS SEEK ESTIMATES ON HOTEL USAGE 

BUSINESSMEN MAY SPARK CIVIC CENTER 

HILL'S LATEST CT.TP I BUT I ON MAY BE CROWNING OLORY 

SANFORO. HILL HEADING 'NEW DURHAM' DRIVE 

NEW PLAN OFFERS BEST SHOT AT CIVIC CENTER 

HILL URCtS CITY ACTION ON CENTER 

COUNCIL MUST MAINTAIN MCMENTU'' ON COMPLEX 

HILL GIVES CITY CENTER FUNDS 

CITY, ARCHITECT IN TALKS 

POWFLL TO NEGOTIATE DEAL WITH TEXAS FIRM 

COUNCIL TO STUDY CIVIC CENTER COST 

IT'S TIME TO GO QN CIVIC CENTER 

IXPRQPMTU RESOLUTIO'I CAUSES RIPPLES IN COUNCIL 

CnuNC'L ACTION PRESERVES CIVIC-CENTER momentum 

THE CITY COUNCIL'S BRAVOS DESERVE DUE OELIBERAIIOH 

AT LAST, SOME S''ART TALK ON CIVIC CENTER 

CHAMBER ENVISIONS 'NEW DURHAM' 

CITY HO'J'T PAY FIRM FOR MODEL 

AIMING HIGH PAYS OFF 

3 AREA RESIDENTS WIN •! .C . Awa'DS 

3 FROM TRIANGLE RECEIVE AWARDS 

FOUNDATION'S ASSETS GROW TO S«6,000 

HILL, GREG IFOOTRALL PLAYERl 











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P D DATE C PG L P SYL 



HILLt TFKPS: OOWN-ANO-UP YEAR 
MILL. JAMES (ATTORNEYI 

DISTRICT COURT JUOGESHIPISI DRAWING HOST OF PROSPECTS H 2 6/ia/8<. 

HILL. JAMES JR. 

DURHAM TEEN SHOT DURING ARGUMENT 



HILL. JAMES T. inAHAMAI 

NETyOPK'S -THE BOOK- IS A REAL 'LIVING BIBLE- 
HILL. JIMMtE EUGENE lOECEASEOI 

OaiTUAKY 



2 U/Ql/S'. B I P N B9D 

1 N S82 

2 7/25/84 A 2 N 

2 5/16/8'. A 4 L 

2 l/OT/S*. B 5 



HILL. JOHN SPRUNT 

CREDIT unions: IURHAM PLAYED A MAJOR POLE IN CREATION OF CREDIT UNIONS.. H 2 6/2V80 B 9 F 

HILL. JOHNNY (DUKEl 

JOHNNY HILL MVP FOR OUKE F00T3 ALL 5 , ,3,,,,,, , , ^ 

HILL. JULIUS E. 

CHRISTIANS ARE NEEDED IN POLITICAL REALM ,. , 

MOON STORY WRONGS JONES. HELMS '*t»'-M H j I/O'./S', A 4 L 

MFLMS-HUNT OIFFFRENCe "'cuni j j 1/30/B4 A A L 

DURHAM HAS OWN "ANNIE OAKLEY- " 2 2/D2/8A A A L 

JIMMY GREEN IS BEST CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR ?, l 3/05/BA A A L 

PSD NEEDS PRAISE, NTT SARCASM l^uvtKNUK „ 2 J/Oft/BA A 4 L 

. bS^E°^ 'iilfN^^f^ERA'"^ '° "''' ReSTaIIS^^J^ - I X^/,0^/,X J J L 

DO-GOODERS CAUSED PRISONERS TO BE FREE ^ 2 4/30/B4 A 4 L 

DEMOCRATS OPEN GATES TO SINNERS " 2 6/19/84 A 4 L 

JACKSON EARNED SNUB J > c o „ j 7/06/84 A 4 L 

LIP^RALS WOULD SPARE THE BEAR, KILL THE SHFFn 5 2 7/09/B4 A 4 L 

FERHARU ERRS ON NAME '"'- '^ ^"^^'^ H 2 8/02/84 A 4 L 

FFRBARO FREF TO CHOOSE NAME 5 2 3/24/84 A 4 L 

FFRPARO UUESTIONS R-^MAIN 5 2 8/30/84 A 4 L 

DEPUTIES -BUNGLE' THEFT INVESTIGATION \! ^ 9/u/n4 A 4 L 

HELMS 'TALL IN THE SADDLE' 5 2 10/04/84 A 4 L 

GOING TO THE CATS S 2 10/29/84 A 4 L 



"""'"'oBfTUARY'' '^''tVAROI (DECEASE:)! 

HILL, RALPH 

FIRMS SHOULD FOLLOW IDEA FOR ;QUAL PAY 

HILL, RICHARD W. 

JORDAN GRADUATES 295 



HILL, ROBERT L. DR. (DUKE] 

3 AREA RESIDENTS WIN N.C. AHA' DS 

3 FROM TRIANGLE RECEIVE AWARDS " 2 U/16/B4 



2 11/22/84 A 4 L 

H 2 6/22/84 C 6 

S 2 6/14/84 A 4 L 

S 2 6/09/84 A 3 N sac 



HILL, VIRGINIA LEANN 

DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED WITH SH0:1TING MASSEUSE 
HILL. WATTS JR. 

CHAMBER OKS l/2-CENr HIKE ON SALES TAX 

CIVIC CENTER PROPOSAL TO BE U'lVEILED ? I 2/23/84 B 1 N 



2 11/16/84 A 1 
H 2 6/28/84 B 1 



2 3/29/84 A 1 N K90 

H 2 1/23/84 A 10 N 

H 2 1/D9/84 B 1 G L30 

S 2 8/29/B4 4 N 



S 2 1I/09/R4 A 1 
H 2 11/10/84 A 3 



MILLIARD. CQNLEY A. (LOUISBURG COLLEGEI 
LOUISBURG COLLEGE FILLS POST 

HILLIS, ED (AUTO SALES MANAGERI 

CAR SALES MANAGER SAYS PEOPLE WANT TO DICKER 

HILLMAN. HIKE lOASKETUALL PLAYER) 
HILLMAN LEAVES WAKE FOREST 

HILLMAN. WILLIAM LOVELL ICHARLOTTEl (DECEASET] 

^iliStSrTl ?St'.^rS^p5Jt^SA^^^?LL^|^yi:|'^--,^ -SAULT 

""■'•5i»''5^'5 "• (OECEASFO) ^4 

OBITUARY «~ 

H 2 3/02/84 C 5 ■*< 

HINCKLEY. JAMES M. (CLUB CORP. OF AMERICA! ,'3' 

NEW OWNERS PLAN FUTURE OF PIN^hSrST ^ , ,„,, i 

H.NCKLEY.^JOHN^W.^JR.^^ .„ ^ '^ " ^ 

"hBMI l^Hl%£hVoTW'' '"^"'""^ PPESIOENT REAGAN S I l^o'AWt A { " n' Stt ^ 

HOSPITAL HOME FOR H I NCKL EY— i'l DEF IN I TEL Y " I }°^AV,l'! * ! li S*"* 

""'^^J.jIc^RKPtS; ""5. (HILLSBOROUGH] 

FINE DOCTOR WALKS IN SHADOW OF LIES 

HINNANT, PALM JR. « 

GRANDSON JAILED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE 

HINNANT, SUOOLPH (PRISON ESCAPEE] 
ESCAPE REPORTED 

HINSON, CAROL ANN (SANFCRD! 

HEARING ORDERED ON TRIAL 



2 10/22/84 A 1 n 046 

2 2/27/84 A 4 L 

2 5/04/84 B 4 N 

1 7/24/34 B 1 H 

2 5/16/84 A 7 N 



HINSON, THOMAS (WILMINGTON! 

2,000 MARIJUANA PLANTS CONFISCATED IN S.C 
HINTON, JE'OME 

MAN OOAWS 5 YEARS FOR CHILD MDLESTING 
HINTDN, LARRY RJV. 

LOCAL CHURCHES HOSTING VOTER 3RIVES 
HINTOI;;. ROBERT L. JR. (SALISPUOYI 

SBI'S PROBE UNCOVERS NO EVIDENCE OF ABUSE 

SUSPENDED PRISON OFF IC I AL GE TS POS T ti | |<Si<S? ? 

HIPLEy, FREDERICK B. IFLA.! 



H 2 7/26/34 C 1 1 N 

H 2 11/14/34 B 1 N 

H 2 8/06/84 A 1 N B81 

H 2 3/04/84 A 6 N 

H 2 7/09/84 A 3 N 



TWO FATHER ANO SON TEAMS SENTENCED FOR ROLES IN OUTER BANKS DRUG... H 2 7/27/84 A 3 
HIPPS, ROY (CHARLOTTE! 

CHARLOTTE MAN IS CHARGED WITH FELONY AFTER ALMOST 100 BAD CHECK... H 2 12/13/B4 A 20 

HIPSCH, PHILIP F. DR. lUNC! ^ l^/ 4 A 20 

^YinH°^TO°E^ffikN''fa'??S^H?^r'^"^"^''^ 
HITCHINGS. GEORGE HERBERT OR. 



H 2 2/04/B4 A 14 N 
S 1 2/07/84 B 3 N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 



NAMES 






SUPPORT KEEPS f=QUNOATtON BUSY 

DURHAM CO'IMUNITY FOUNDATION OFFICE OPEN 

HITCHINGS HONHRFO IN ATLANTA 

CHEMIST GETS BunOEK AWARD 

1<.1 "UNHjUE" PEDPLE are SALUTED FRIDAY A$ HEY VOLUNTEERS 

DURHAM HAS DR. HITCHINGS TO THANK 

APS WEEKEND AUCTION OFFERS BE3S. BED. BEDS 

HOAR. RALPH AND RENEE 

FAMILY LOOKS AHEAD AFTER TRAGIC ACCIDENT 
FAMILY THINKS STATE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT 

HOPBS. ESTELLE URIGMAN IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

MOBBS, JOSEPH JR. 

TEEN-AGER FACFS CHARGES OF PASSING BOGUS BILLS 
BOGUS iZO SILLS PASSED: MAN HiLD 



HQBBS. RICHARD DR. 

DOCTOR IS SOLO PRACTICE WORKS HIMSELF 



' INTO AN EARLY GRAVE' 



DATE 

3/0"!/8<i 
3/lD/9<t 
3/I'>/9<. 

5/21/3', 
U/13/8'. 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 1YL 



H45 
H<,5 



s 2 y/Zb/'i'. A 1 N sea 

S 2 8/06/8A C 1 N H05 



H 2 <,/27/8<. A 12 



S 2 7/24/a<. A S N 
H 3 7/24/8<. B 1 N 



HOBBY, CHARLES EDWARD I HI LL SOOROUGH I (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HOBBY, CLYDE HADORY (CHAPEL HILL! (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

H0B3Y, WIL'^UR 

STATE AFL-CIO ORDERED TO RtPA,' $72,603 

SUPREME COURT UPhOLHS CONVICTION OF HOBBY 

ex-UNION CHIEF'S CONVICTION UPHELD 

HOBBY APPEALS TO NON-ISSUE 

HOBBY'S SFNTENCF CUT BY 6 MONTHS TO 1 YEAR 

HOBBY PRISON SENTENCE REDUCED 

HOBBY TO REPORT THURSDAY 

FORMER UNION CHIEF TO START PRISON TERM 

HOBBY BEGINS TERM IN FEDERAL PRISON 

FEDERAL JUDGE ERASES HOBBY'S CO. 000 FINE 

HOBGOOD, ELEANOR B. 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

HO?GOOD, HOWARD 

THREE-PUTT COST WEISNER SHOT AT FOURTH H- S TITLE 

HOBGOOD FACES SMITH FOR HERAL3-5UN CROWN 

HOBGOOD OVERCOMES TEMPER TO T'PROVE GAME 

SMITH CLAIMS HERALD-SUN TITLE 

CHARLES SMITH, LEFT, EARNS \V"t HERALD-SUN GOLF TITLE... 

SMITH DOWNS HOBGOOD FOR H-S TITLE 

HOCKFIELO. STEVE ICHARLOTTEl 

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN SEEN SPLITTING DEMOCRATIC ACTIVISTS 

MODEL. DONAL" P. (U.S. ENERGY SECRETARY! 
U.S. ENERGY SECRETARY PRAISES HELMS 

HODGOON, WARNER 

NASCAR Owner sued by track fo' tios.ooo 

HOOGE, PAT (DURHAM BULLSl 

HOOGE MAKES MOST OF CIRCUMSTANCES 

HODGES. BETTY 

FIVE 'HERALD' WRITERS, ART CRITIC HONORED 

HERALD WRITFRS WIN AWARDS 

PUBLICITY WORKSHOP IS SEPT. 5 

YOU'RE INVITED! . ..PUBLIC ITY WORKSHOP... ( AD I 

TELLING HOW TO TELL IT 

HOOGES. CARL 

A 'DIRTY' BUREAUCRAT: HE GETS SOILED HELPING DURHAM COUNTY FARMERS 

FARMERS PREPARE FDR DRY SEASO-J 

HODGES: TAX INCENTIVES ON FARMLAND UNREALISTIC 

FAREWELL TO FARMS 

STATE DOT URGES CLEANUP WEEK FOR SEPT. 16-22 

PLAN TO ENCOURAGE FARMING DESERVES TEST 

HODGES, OELMA WALDO (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HOOGES, ED 

'HERALD' WRITER WITH REAGAN It CHINA 

TV FEATURING HERALD WRITER 

FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES CONVENTION 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WHAT IT WAS ALL ABOUT 

AFTER 30 YEARS, 'SID' RETIRING — NOT HODGES 

'Sm. WE'LL MISS YOU' 

SIO: LIKE LOSING A PAL 

GOD BLESS SID > 

CHAr(CE MEETING WITH TIP O'NEILL.. .WE SUPPOSE 

IN HIS MIND, OLD MILL THROBS TO LIFE AGAIN 

LIFE, PLEASURES SIMPLE ON ST. KITTS 

HODGES - CDPPLE, ANNF 
A UNITED MINISTRY 

HOOGIN, BILL (FOOTBALL C0ACH1 
CHAPEL HILL TABS HOOGIN 

TIGERS HOPE TO OVERCOME SHORTAGE OF GRID CO'CHES 
AT CHAPEL HILL HIGH, FOOTBALL FINALLY FUN GAME ONCE MORE 

HOOGIN, OOYLE 

HODGIN'S AIM: ALERT PROPERTY TWNERS 
AGENCY ROLE IN LAND USE LAW OJESTIUNED 

HOCGKINSON, HAROLD 

COMPUTERS AND EDUCATION: EXPERTS DISAGREE ON HOW MUCH EMPHASIS NEEDED.. 

HODGSO^!, JOANNE (PARKWOOOl 

PARKWOUO WOMEN FIND WAYS TO USE HERBS IN CRAFTS 

HOOSOON, NICHOLAS EDWARD ( W INSTON-S ALCH I 

OPEN HOUSE AT STaGVILLE WILL FEATURE THE TROUBADOUR 

HOFFMAN, MARVIN K. (CHATHAM CO. TOJN MANAGER) 
CHATHAM HIRES MANAGER 
ACTION URGED ON PLAN TO lONE JORDAN LAKE 

HOFFMAN, PEGGY 

WRITERS RPUNDTABLE SET FOR ANNIVERSARY EVENT 

HOGAN, HENRY SAUNDERS (CHAPEL HILLi 
OBI TUARY 

HOGAN, JUDY ICHAPEL HILLI 



S 2 5/02/8'. C 10 



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H 2 10/17/8<. B I',' 



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8 




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1 




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H 2 U/30/94 C 2 N 



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3/21/84 D 1 P N B90 



2 3/19/84 B 1 M 

2 6/26/84 B 1 P N 

2 8/17/84 8 3 N 

2 a/26/84 E 12 A 

2 9/06/94 C 10 P P T37 



H 7 


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A 


4 




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A 


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B 


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6/15/84 


R 


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H 2 11/30/84 A 4 L 



H 2 6/20/94 D 2 N i:36 
H 2 8/16/84 1 N C36 
H 2 ll/Dl/94 1 P N C36 



H 2 3/11/84 B 1 P F 881 
H 2 3/20/84 A 1 N 88 1 



H 2 4/11/84 C 1 N 046 
H 2 10/07/84 E 14 P U G79 
H 2 11/30/94 D 1 P F W66 



H 3 2/22/94 B I N 

H 2 9/05/84 B 1 N H60 



H 2 5/06/84 6 R U H45 
H 2 12/10/84 A 10 



HONTHLY/4 



'^,'^„y,5,'- I M E X 



NAMES 



PAKE 149 
1/IV55 



HOGSHEAD. flANCV (SWIMMFRI 

Gill? S^Rr^ii^G^Sk'ISj Ke5S?!?VR'S!S^""^ "^^""^ ^° """^^ ^'" 

HOKE. GEORCf C. 

LIMITS OF SEWAGE TREATMENT COJLD CURTAIL COUNTY GROWTH 
HQLBROOK.^CHA«L£S CLEVELAND ( R0XB05 I (DECEASED) 

HOLOEN. HENRY WALKER 

MAN SHOT AFTER CARD GAME 

HOLOEN, LARRY (ASHEVILLEI 

IT'S HOLDEH IN YEAR 2000 

HOLOEN. HINTA WINSTON ( YOUNGS VI LLEI 

Y0UNG5VILLE HONORING -DESSERT LADY- TODAY 
HOLDER. CECILIA OCKERT 

MYSTERY SURROUNDS MURDER CASE 

"""""^qbitSary" °*'"EL IOECEASEDI 

"OLDER. HELEN BOONE (DECEASED) 
Ud 1 rUARV 

HOLDER, JAMES e. (SANFOROJ 

FATAL KLAN SHOOTING TRIAL aPE^<; TN rMATwAM 
JtJK^T^'l'Ar^li^T^RR^Si?!^"*' ^^°^ ^'«E°- ^"^^ TOLD 

^t5p:;;^^,fijEFS^^AtrjoEi=tfes,^s?°^"'^ 

CHATHAM JURY FINOS K LANSMAN GU I L T Y 

KLANSMAN FOUND GUILTY OF MURo"(? 

KU KLUX KLAN LEADER SENTENCED" TO 18 YEARS 
HOLDER. JOE 

BUILDING WITH STONE: JOE HOLDER TELLS HOW AT DUKE HOMESTEAD OPEN HOUSE 
"OLDER, MINNIE LEE RIGSBEE (DECEASED) 

UOi I UARY 

HOLDER, NEAL 

CCC REUNION SCHEDULED 
HOLDER. 5AM 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
HOLOERNESS. HAYWOOD D. JR. 

COMMITTEE DAMAGES GOOD WILL 

HOLOERNESS. HOWARD t. AOELAIDF I GR E£ NSBORO 1 

UNIVERSITY AWARD GIVEN TO CoSf LE pSoi GREFN5R0RO 

'°'°"a'I1^UTe"tS ^UdSJtK"^^"" "' ^'" «"° SCIENCE, 
BOARD PRAISES FORMER DIRECTOR 
MUSEUH EXPANSION PL ANS MOVE SL OWL Y 

""'■^''t'?:.r-!?.T.°^^ (BLUES SINGER) 
SINGIN' THE BLUES 

HOLLAND. CHARLES V. OR. 

S?,^ £S°;j£Et'-OP SEARCH NOT NEAR 

NCCU BOARD TO EXAMINE LAW DEAV S CRITICISMS 

""'"'"'obituary* '"^'■"'' lOECEASEO) 

HOLLAND, pELBERTHLlOSON (RICHMOND VA.) 
3 HELD ON DRUG CHARGES 

TWO FATHER AND SON TEAMS SENTENCED FOR ROLES IN OUTER BANKS DRUG... 
HOLLAND. ED 

WASTE DISPOSAL CAN START AT H3ME 

"OLLANO, I^FJHOYN DEMEkICK (DANVILLE. VA.I 

DANVILLE MAN IS BEING HE LD IN N.C . SL A Y ING 
"OLLAND. MICHELLE ( w I N5 TON- SA LE M) 

L j^jsj^^B^firs'sSsg^N;!^^-^'"""-™ 
^iK^^'s'iifDgysssgurT5?MK?Ey^Dnfc^i,rfYa£rKioNAPPiNG 

HOLLAND. TERRY 

FOR NOW. ANYWAY. CAVS SMELL RISES 
A CAV WITH NINE LIVES 
HOLLAND HAS SURCERY 

""b'-.!*'','?o?^'"'<^T5 DAVIDSON AD PT3T 
CAVALIERS MA/ SUFFER GkOWINC R A I •( S 
^MiIu"2Sr'^??° "'^•'E COACHES AS PLAYERS' 
SMITH NOT READY TO HAND HOYAS CROWN 

HOLLAND, TERRY (909 8RYE ST.) 

SHOOTOUT LEAVES TWO MEN INJURED 
HOLLAR, JOY WALKER 

GIRL SCOUTS TOGETHER, FRIENDS FOREVER! 

""'"'"^OPlfuAli?''^''''^^ WHEELER (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HOLLEMAN, JAMES (DECEASED) 

G"5N\SnTK°I?L'?°D,;^HA-S^L^S""'" '"'°^5Y AWAITED 

M(.IRDER CHARGED IN SHQOTI NG OEA TH 
HOLLEMAN, JIMMIE 



M E 

P 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 3 

H 2 



DATE 

2/ll/B<, 

3/01/14 

7/I2/9A 

7/26/8<i 

3/09/94 

■5/13/84 

10/04/84 

11/10/84 

12/09/84 



S I 
E L 
C PC L 



F Meq 
N H90 
U H45 



H ? 7/22/84 C 2 o F C52 

S 2 7/30/94 D 3 P N 

H 2 9/06/84 D 1 o F C52 

S 2 9/08/94 C 1 P N L3e 

H 2 11/27/84 CI N B81 

H 2 5/25/84 C 4 



S 2 9/26/84 C 1 



N 



H 2 2/25/84 CI N H90 
H I 9/15/84 B 1 N 
H 2 4/16/84 A 10 N 



H 


2 


7/10/84 


A 


7 







H 


2 


4/23/84 


B 


6 







H 


3 


7/10/84 


B 


1 








2 


7/ 1/94 


A 


14 


N 




S 


2 


7/ 1/94 


A 


8 


N 


W36 




2 


7/17/94 


A 


( 4 


N 


W36 






7/l3/°4 


H 


1 






S 


2 


7/13/94 


A 


1 


N 


W36 




2 


7/14/=4 


P 


1 


N 


W36 


S 


2 


7/14/94 


A 


14 


N 





S 2 5/03/84 1 P F 871 

H 2 3/08/84 A ID 

H 2 9/21/84 A 4 L 

H 2 3/28/94 B 1 D U 

H 2 6/11/84 A 4 L 

H 3 11/09/84 B 1 P N 346 

H 2 9/11/84 A 4 P L 

S 2 9/11/94 A 4 L 

S 2 12/31/84 CI N J56 

S 2 5/31/84 D 1 F B71 

S 2 4/19/84 C I N C05 

H 2 12/15/84 C 1 N W24 

H 2 6/15/94 A 14 



H 2 3/11/94 B 8 N 
H 2 3/13/94 A 12 U 
H 2 7/27/84 A 3 N 



S 2 8/23/84 8 1 N C60 
H 2 10/25/84 A 9 N 



S 2 6/05/84 A 1 

H 2 6/05/84 A 3 

H 2 9/30/84 A 8 

H 2 10/02/84 A 12 



2/26/84 

3/24/94 

5/14/84 

9/07/84 

11/2(1/94 

12/09/84 

12/23/84 



U 07 1 
U 071 



N 

N M71 



H 2 9/11/84 C 



H 2 3/11/84 E 1 P F J40 



H 2 7/04/P4 C 6 
H 2 7/05/84 C 6 



H 


2 


9/20/94 


B 


N 


s 


2 


9/20/94 


C 


N A47 


H 


/ 


9/21/94 


B 


N 


s 


2 


9/21/94 


r 




H 


2 


■ 9/22/84 


B 


N 



7* 

4 



-LX640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/84 - 


INDEX 
12/31/''4 


B 


Y N 


A H E 


S 














PAGE ISO 
1/14/95 
















N 
P 


E 



DATE 


C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 




aLACKNALL GENEALOGY 














H 


2 


10/12/64 


A 


4 




L 






HQLLEHANt L. G. 

DURHAM JOB TRAINING DIRECTOP JILL RESIGN 

HPLLtMAN: MERGE JOBS PROG'^AM 

FERGUSON NEW LEADER OF JOB TRAINING OFFICE 














s 
s 
s 


2 
2 
2 


6/14/84 
6/25/84 
7/23/94 


A 
C 
A 


I 
1 
1 




N 
N 
N 


K90 
K90 
K90 


i 


HOLLEMAN. PEGGY D, 

HELMS HURT TOBACCO 














H 


2 


10/02/84 


A 


4 




L 




1 


HOLLINGS. ERNEST (SENATORI 

HCILLINGS- PLAN BEST YET 

E. "FRITZ" HOLLINGS GIVING AN ADDRESS IN HIS 

SANFOPD SWITCHES SUPPORT TO MONOALE 

SOUTH GETS SHORT SHRIFT IN CA-iPAIGN 


UNUSUAL 


ACCENT 


ICARTOONl 


S 
H 

I 


2 
2 
2 

2 


2/13/84 
3/06/84 
3/06/84 
3/09/84 


A 

A 
C 
A 


4 
4 

1 
4 


T 


E 
T 
N 
E 


056 
C05 




HOLLINGSWOR THt HARRY 

NEWS COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS, DIRECTORS 
BEAVERS GETS POST 














H 

S 


I 


9/17/84 
9/18/84 


B 
8 


I 
1 




N 
N 






HOLLIS. ALICE W. (CHAPEL HILLl 
A SUBVERSIVE TRICK 














H 


2 


10/30/84 


A 


4 




L 







HOLLOMAN. TED GRAY 

HOLLOMAN CHARGED WITH DRUG COJNTS 

HOLLOWAY. BETSY WCBROGM 

ARCHITECTURAL SURVEY IS A VALJABLE BOOK 



lOECEASEOI 



HOLLOWAY. IDA C. 
OBITUARY 

HOLLOWAY. MARY HELEN WRENN (FLA. I (DECEASEOI 
OP ITUARY 

HOLLOWAY, OUENTIN "FRIS" (BLUES SINGERl 
SINGIN- THE BLUES 

HOLLDWAY, TIMOTHY SPENCE ( H ILLSBORDUGH I 

SUSPENDED TERM GIVEN IN STOLEN -C I GARE TTE S CASE 

HOLLOWAY, WALTER FRANKLIN 
O'^ITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

HOLLOWAY. WILLIE JR. 

MORE DRUG ARRESTS LIKELY 

MULTI-COUNTY DRUG ARRESTS INVOLVE DURHAM RESIDENTS 

HOLM, HANYA ( DANCER ) 

HANYA HOLM TO GET DANCE FESTIVAL AWARD 

CHOREOGRAPHER TO GET 525,000 DANCE PRIZE 

AWARDS, INDIAN lAMCE 8EGIN 

CHOPEOGO APHER: MANY DANCERS L» CK VALUES 

DANCE FESTIVAL HONORS ONE OF ITS FOUNDERS 

HOLM GETS DANCE HONOR 

PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW FOCUSES ON HI STORY OF MODERN DANCE 

HOLMAN, GEORGE SELMA (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

MQLMAN, JAMES OR - 

1 IN 5 TEST-TUBE BIRTHS IS MULTIPLE 

HOLMAN, SHYANNA (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HOLMES. CARL (MEPANEl 

MEBANE MAN IS SHOT IN FOOT 
MEBANE MAN IS SHOT IN FOOT 

HOLMES. IRWIN RICHARD SR. (DECEASE31 

FORMER CITY OFFICIAL, TEACHER DIES AT 73 

HOLMFS, JAMES (DURHAM CO. FAIR! 

DURHAM COUNTY FAIR WILL OPEN MONDAY 

HOLMES, JOHN III 

TESTS ALONG WON'T ENSURE GOOD TEACHING 

HOLMES, MELVIN (LUUISUURG) 

SPEED IS CHALLENGED FOR N.C. 
SENATE CANDIDATE CHARGED 

HOLMES. PAUL 

OLD GRAD VISITS ALMA MATER - JULLIARD 

HOLMES. ROY DIXON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HOLSHOdSER. JAMES 

HOLSHGUSER: MARTIN CAN WIN GOVERNORSHIP 

HDLSHOUSER SAYS MARTIN OFF TO GOOD START 

OBSERVERS. SUPPORTERS SAY MARTIN HAS IT BETTER THAN HOLSHOUSER DID 

RECnuM: THERE OUGHT TO BE A STATF LAW. ..ON CLOSE VOTES 

JIMMY GREEN NAMED MARTIN'S TOP LOBBYIST, ADVISORY PANEL HEAD 

TURNCOAT' DEMOCRATS FOLLOW HIGHER LOYALTY 

HOLSTI, OLF P. 

RFSEARCHERS: U.S. FOREIGN POLICY STILL MIRED IN VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 

'DECENT REPUBLICANS' SHOULD REJECT HELMS 

GCP SHOULD REMOVE BLIGHT 

PROFESSORS: DEATH CLOUDS INDIA'S FUTURE 

OUKE OBSERVERS PREDICT FORE I G>1 -R EL AT I ON WOES FOR REAGAN 

DUKE PROF DOUBTS VIETNAMESE WAS WILL INVOLVE UNITED STATES 

HOLT. A. J. (ALAMANCE CO.) 

REPUBLICANS WIN ALAMANCE POSTS TO GET MAJORITY ON COUNTY BOARD 

HOLT. ALICE 

WOMEN NAMED TO COMMISSION 

HOLT. OAVE (MUSICIAN) 

MUSICAL OUO TO GIVE FREE CONCERT 

HOLT. GEORGE 

DURHAM TO BE CENTER OF eRITIS<-U.5. FESTIVAL 

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: THE BRITISH ARE COMING AND THAT'S NOT ALL... 

FOLKLIFE WEEKEND: 'AN E X C I T I NS AND FUN WAY TO START' 

MANY HELPED MAKE FESTIVAL A SUCCESS 

HOLT, MARION "OUGGER" 

MAN GETS SENTENCE FOR ABANDONING DOG 

NO RESTRICTIONS ON DOG ABANDO^ER WHO OVED AWAY 



SENATE SEAT 



5 2 10/19/84 C I N 

H 2 2/17/84 A 4 L 

H 2 9/12/84 A 10 

H 2 1/I8/B4 A 10 

S 2 5/31/84 D I P F 071 



H 2 5/30/84 A 



H 2 
H 2 



11/24/94 B 
11/25/94 a 



N 



S 2 10/20/94 A 3 N J56 
H 2 10/20/84 C 1 N A54 



S 2 3/01/84 A 1 



H 
S 

H 
H 
S 
S 


2 

\ 

2 


3/02/94 
6/07/84 
6/10/94 
6/11/84 
6/1 1/34 
6/14/84 


B 
D 
A 
A 
A 
D 


, p 

1 p 
1 p 

7 P 


N 
F 
N 
N 
N 
N 


B71 
W66 
W66 
B71 


H 


2 


10/26/84 


c 


8 








H 2 9/03/84 C 1 



H 2 3/27/84 A 



S 2 8/15/84 A 



S 


1 


8/15/84 


C 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/10/84 


C 


I P 


s 


2 


9/20/94 


C 


1 N C60 


H 


2 


6/01/84 


A 


4 L 


H 
H 


1 
1 


1/24/94 
4/06/84 


B 
B 


I N H60 
1 N 



H 2 11/02/94 7 P F M66 



H 2 9/26/94 B 



S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


1/06/B4 
1/07/94 
11/14/84 
1/19/94 
2/09/84 
2/12/84 


C 
A 
A 

e 

A 
A 


4 P N 
12 G 
14 N 
7 N 
1 P N 
4 E 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 

21 
S 2 


9/13/94 
10/30/84 
10/31/94 
10/31/94 
U/08/84 
12/29/84 


B 
A 
A 
A 
B 
A 


2 
4 
4 
1 
1 
3 


N 
L 
L 
N 
N 
N 


080 

J56 
W24 
L38 



H 1 11/07/94 B I N 
H 2 8/24/84 B 3 N 
S 2 7/12/84 D 4 P N 



3/01/84 
4/26/94 
5/30/?4 
7/20/84 



3 10/13/64 B 
3 1.2/22/84 B 



C05 
B71 
W66 



M0NTHLY/4NNU4L INDEX 

1/01/84 - 12/31/84 



CnweOV MOVf^ TIME 4C4IN 

FIL-* CLUB PLANS SPRING ROUNnu= 

7TH ANNUAL HQO SE nP6R4 FRH FAIR CNTS TODAY 

SILER CITY RACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN 

HOLT. =ICHARD BYPON SR. I0ECE4SEDI 
DPI TUARY 

HOLTt SARRIE 

BUS DRIVER HIT; WOMAN CHARGED 

HOLT, THELMA COLEY (TECESSEDI 
OBI TUARY 

HOLTDN, 4. L. 

LET'S HAVE FIVE OFBATFS 

HOLTON, CHARLES (ATTORNEY! 

TASK FORCE ELECTS LAWYER CHAHMAN 

HQLTON. MARGARET U. (CHAPEL HILLI 
USE PHOSPHATE-FREE DETERGENTS 

HOLTONt MEL (OXFQRDI 

REAGAN IN A DREAM P4L4CE 
POOR CHOICE FTR VTTFRS 
RE4GAN TALK CRITICIZED 
SETTING WAR (RECORD STRAIGHT 

HOLTZ, LOU 

POLITICS HAS WAY OF DIVIDING 

HOLTZ'S TOUGHEST TASK 

PAS5I"G PARADE 

AT RANDOM 

LOU HOLTZ JOKES. BUT HE'S SERIOUS ABOUT EXCELLENCE 
HOLTZMAN, ABRAHAM OR. ( MC SU I 

PROFESSOR: STEREOTYPES HURT GOVERNMENT 

HOLYFIELO, JOHN WAOE (HAW RIVER I 

ALAMANCE MAN KILLED BY FATHER 

HOLYFIELO, LUM HARDEN (HAW R I VE R I 
ALAMANCE MAN KILLED BY FATHER 

H0M6YER. PAUL G. (DECBASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HONEYCUTT. RAYFORO EARL (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HONG. JEANNIF 

STATES WOULD SUFFER 

HOOO, MARGARFT S. 

REAGAN 'STANDS UP FOR U.S 



) 

iG?TsN'f'THE'lSSUE"" "•'• '"""-'■ S 2 10/05/84 A 4 L f 

H J 10/17/84 A 4 L i' 

HOOKER, JAMES (DECEASED! ' 

OBITUARY 1 

H71/1n/otra n ■* 

HOOKER, RAY 

TEXTBOOK HORRORS 

HOOKS. BENJAMIN 

NAACP CALLS OFF BOYCOTT OF F03D LION 

HOOKS, CLEO PETERSON (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HOOPER. RUBY (BURKE COUNTYI 

GOVERNOR'S RACE DRAWS CANDIDATES 

THREE CANDIDATES FILE FOR N.C. GOVERNOR 

S?S,,S,'"?P'°*'E5 TO DEBATE IN DJRHAM 

REPUBLICAN OEPATE SCHEDULED 

PiJccVl.hi')'^"!!^^ WOMAN COMPETE WITH BIG NAMES 

THREE C4NniD4TES OPPOSE SFCONT PRIMARIES 

?,';5y:,i9!',„9!. ^econij prim4rie5 good iBe" 



£!^2;?5!?J"'""- CANDIDATES DIFFER ON SOME CRIMINAL JUSTI 

HOOTS, RICHARD (HIGH POINTI 

t^^iiwIJtJk SOUGHT IN ROBrJEPY CASE 
CONVICTED MAN CHANGES STORY 

SISV?iS{N^'?Nl,gPE^cJ"[SiEi'ilJ°F§rNrw-Tj^ir 

"°'''jS8s'LEii;ni itiiii'o'' °' "^"""' 

"°''^'m'-; '•?K„-'?;,r,'£J,5F,"'"<"^ natio<(al banki 

N.C. INLAND PORT TO OPEN 
"tlPE'jjLIJGENIA (HILLSROROUGHI 

"°'''"o?:>,°t)('9. ?• J"' IGUILFORO CO. F4RMER) 

PLAN TO ELIMINATE EXCESS LEAF IS GETTING C4UTlaUS RESPONSE 
HOPKINS, LEO (CHAPFL HILLI 

iiF?a^A^fr^;i"scVi!E'5?iti''^8%rp'iyr'" ""^"^ 

HOPKINS, MARK ANO DANIEL 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE HE E SET 

HOPKINS, RICHARD DR. ICOLUMBUSI 

JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN CARY DOCTOR'S TRIAL 

HOPKINS, RICHARD OR. (OUKE UNIV. MFOICAL CENTFRI 
HERE'S SOME REAL SNAKEfll TE ME5 IC I NE '-'="^^'" 

HOPPER, GRACE (NAVYI 

NAVY MATRIARCH IS COMPUTER WHIZ 

HOPPER, J6RBY R. (CHAPEL HILLI 

•BUY LOW PRICED OUTRAGEOUSLY HIGH 

""""^"oBITikRY*" 5HERIDAN (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASEDI 
"°''^°08ITi5aRy'''-^''^'-"^° (HILLSBOROUSHI (DECEASEDI 
HORIE, DONNA 



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DATE C PG 


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L Y 
L P BYL 




H 2 
H 2 


1/25/R4 6 1 

4/21/84 B I 

7/14/84 U 1 

10/20/84 C 1 


F H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N H60 




H 2 


4/10/84 8 10 







S 2 


2/04/84 A 3 


N 




H 2 


4/18/B4 a 6 







H 2 


8/23/84 4 4 


L 




H 2 


ll/l'i/84 C 10 


N 




H 2 


7/02/84 4 4 


L 




S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 


1/31/84 A 4 
2/15/84 A 4 
6/08/84 A 4 
7/23/84 A 4 


L 

L 
L 
L 




H 2 
S 2 

11 

H 2 


1/02/84 A 4 

5/17/84 B 1 

10/01/84 4 4 

10/25/84 B 1 

12/23/84 C 1 1 


E 

U D18 
E 

U 018 
P N 




H 2 


5/13/84 B 5 


N 




H 1 


6/07/84 B 1 


N 




H 1 


6/07/84 B 1 


N 




H 2 


2/22/84 B 7 







H 2 


4/23/B4 B 6 







H 2 


I2/l''/84 A 4 


L 




S 2 
H 2 


10/05/84 A 4 
10/17/84 A 4 


L 
L 




H 2 


3/30/84 C 8 







H 2 


11/01/64 A 5 


L 




H 2 


1/19/84 A 13 


N 




H 2 


11/08/84 A 20 







H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


2/03/84 C 7 
2/03/84 A 7 
3/14/64 A 14 
3/16/84 C I 
3/21/84 4 16 
3/27/84 C 1 
4/02/84 4 4 
4/21/84 4 13 
5/09/84 4 1 
5/0<)/e4 C 1 


N 

N 

N 

N 

K 

N A54 

E 

N 

N 

N L41 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


4/06/84 4 10 

4/12/84 A 3 

5/31/84 C 9 

11/17/84 4 3 


N 
N 
N 
N 




S 2 


1/10/84 A 5 


N C60 




H 2 


1/12/64 D 6 


N 




H 2 


1/02/64 C 2 







H 2 


3/07/64 A 1 P 


N 




H 2 
S 2 


8/16/84 4 1 
8/18/84 A 3 


N 582 
N 




H 2 


3/09/84 B 1 


U 




S 2 


1/10/84 B 1 


N 




H 2 


6/07/84 A 16 


N 080 




S 2 


2/17/84 A 1 D 


F F30 




H 2 


5/27/84 3 


R 




H 2 


4/21/84 B 6 







H 2 11/20/84 C 4 








640- MONTHLY/AM 'i UAL INDEX BY NAMES """.c 1^2 

l/01/a<. - 12/31/^4 l/li/'iS 

S I T 

N F ELY 

C DATE C PG L P BYL 

ANCIENT CLOTH ■ INTRIGUES' " 2 lO/l''/'". 7 P C W66 

HQON* Carl 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE FUND REPORTS H 2 <./21/9<. 8 1 N 

HOPNC, CRESS 

HIS BUSINESS HAD UPS AND DOWNS H 2 ll/22/9<. A 27 N 

HORNE. HARRLO ICHAPEL HILL) 

BURNETTE FACES CHARGES S 2 5/25/»<> A 7 N 

HORNE, KOtSS lANSON CO.i lOECEASEDI 

ANSON COUNTY DEPUTY DIES FROM HOUND H 2 I2/2<-/9<. B 4 N 

HORNER. B03 IBASEBALL PL«YERI , , ,, ,„.„,, 

ATLANTA'S LIFE AGAIN DIFFICULT WITHOUT HORNER H 2 6/D5/e<. B 2 P N M? 1 

MULLEN: HORNE" LOSS HURTS S 2 6/05/"<. I P U P55 

SOAVES' HORNER HEARS XRISTY ADVICE ON POSSIBLE SURGERY H 7 12/02/8<. C 10 N 

HORNER. FENTRESS (JUOGEI , , „,„ , ., ,„, 

S'=EMS EVEN JUDGES GET CONFUSED - AND "OVERRULED H 2 './l<)/e<. A 1 N S82 

JUDGE nHOS HOW HIS JOB OUGHT TO BE DONE H 2 5/0'3/'!<. A 4 L 

JUDGE GALLOWAY AT QODS WITH HORNER AGAIN H 2 8/04/a<. A I N S32 

GALLOWAY, JUDGE CLASH S 2 3/Q<./9<. A 3 N 

IN HORNER'S COURT, YOU PAY: NOW H 2 9/0';/e<. A I P N Se2 

JUDGE SHOULD SPEND TI'4E IN CLARK'S OFFICE H 7 8/l0/»4 A 4 L 

THE CONSTITUTION PROTECTS THE POOR, TOO H 2 9/14/B4 A 4 L 

HQONFP* JENNIFER 

MACHINES HELPING PEOPLE TO 'TALK' AGAIN H 2 8/24/84 B 5 N D80 

HORNICK. GERALD L. ITH? PENINSULA GROUP INC. I , ,,„,,., . c ., , , , 

JUDGE POSTPONES DECISION ON MICA REORGANIZATION H 2 7/07/84 A 5 N L41 

HOBRIGAN. EDWARD A. JR. ,,-,i,o, = , u 

REYNOLDS CHAIRMAN IS NAMED H 2 4/26/84 B 2 N 

HORTON. DORIS GOERCH (PITTSBOKOI IIECEASEDI , „,,,,„ o = r, 

EDUCATOR. MRS. HORTON. OF PITTSBORO " 2 9/11/84 B 5 

HOflTON. ELDRIE MURRAY (DECFASEOl ,.,,„,„ 

OBITUARY H 2 12/20/84 A 19 

HORTON, ^ETHAN ^^^^^^^ „ j 10/17/84 B 2 P U "71 

UVA.. MOUNTIES GET BOWL LOOKS " 2 U-^Si^S? 2 \ ^. ft? 

HORTON ALONE NOT ENOUGH TO DERAIL ROLLING MARYLAND H 2 11/05/84 B 2 U C52 

LAVETTE. HORTON HAKE AP TEAM S 2 11/26/84 B ^ N 

DEVILS DEMOLISH ST. LOUIS. 97-64 H 2 11/27/34 I " ^ "^l 

AP NAMES HORTON AS ACC ' S BEST IN '84 S 2 11/27/84 8 2 N 

HORTON. HAROLD (PERSON CO.I . , „,„,,„,. , >, , , o 

OCT. RUNOFF POSSIBLE IN PERSO'J COUNTY H 2 '<5I<?' ' ! ^', '■'■'' 

PPRSON CANUIOATES CONSIDER RUNOFF H 1 9/08/84 B }„ ' , ,„ 

PERSON SCHEDULES RUNOFF IN CO-" M I SS lONER S' RACE H 2 9/11/84 A 1 P N L40 

CiNOIDATE FILES TO 3E IH RUNOFF H 2 9/12/B4 B 1 *! , , „ 

BLACKS ELIMINATED IN PERSON RJNOFF H 2 10/05/94 A 1 N L40 

DEMOCRATS WIN THREE SEATS ON PERSON BOARD " 2 11/07/84 A 13 N 

HORTON. JOHN A. (DECEASEOI , ,,,„,„ „ . „ 

OBITUARY H 2 3/29/84 B 5 

HORTON. JOHN WAYNE (WENDELL POLICE CHIEFI 

WENDELL POLICE CHIEF SAYS SHERIFF'S COMMENTS UNFAIR H 2 3/01/84 A 7 N 

HOTELLING, NAOKO SUSANNA (DECEASEOI , , ,„, „ , 

OBITUARY H 2 6/D9/B4 B 4 

DURHAM ACADEMY TAKES CLOSE L03K AT SAFETY OF BUS H 2 6/13/94 A 9 N W24 

DURHAM ACADEMY BUSES GET NEW LOOK S 2 8/06/84 C 1 N C05 

HOUSE. FOY EDWIN (DECEASEOI , ,„,,,,,, ^ = „ 

OBITUARY w 2 10/12/84 C 8 

HOUSE, ROBERT BURTON (FORMER UNC CHANCELLOR) , ,,, = ,„ „ c „ ., 

'WAY OF EDUCATION TO SHOW YOUTH WHERE BEAUTY DWELLS' H 2 1/15/84 5 P N 

TWO HEN, WOMAN ARRESTED ON PIZZA ROBBERY CHARGES M 2 I'^l'l'' 5 } ^ '5' 

ROBBERIES BRING 14-YEAR SENTE'iCE H 2 7/07/84 B 1 N 

MAN STRUCK BY AX DURING ARGUMENT H 2 8/26/84 B 12 N 

MAN CHOPPED IN HEAD WITH FLAT AX S 2 8/27/84 A 14 N 

HOWARD, CORA PIPKINS (VA.I lOECEASEDI , ,„,„,,„, „ , _ 

OBITUARY " 2 10/07/84 8 2 

HOWARD. COPINNA (DECEASEOI „ , ,,...,, _ , „ 

OBITUAKY " 2 3/04/84 3 2 

HOWARD. CYNTHIA JOAN (CHAPEL HiLLI (DECEASEOI * , ,/,„,„, . ,, 

OBITUARY M 2 2/10/84 A 12 



HOWARD, EDWARD CARL (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



HOWARD. EUGENE HENRY (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



2 12/31/84 B 12 



HOWARD. EOWARU L. REV. ,,,na/a, . i .1 5 5 1 

HIS CUP (UM. PILLI RUNNETH CVER AND OVER... » 2 }|/?o/Si i i n mao 

CITY DELAYS PLANS TO BACK BUSINESS PROGRAM S 2 \\ '^'''l'- ' ' 2 * 

WATER TURNJFF HARDLY FAIR S 2 ll/15/|'' * ' „ cs, 

MINISTER STILL AURIFT IN HIGH WATER BILLS H 2 12/07/84 8 1 N S5I 

HOUSING GRANT EYED 5 Z 12/07/84 C 1 N M69 



2 5/09/84 C 2 



HOWARD. JULIA 8. , , Q/no/Oi « i. 1 

SPINAL CURD SOCIETY AIDS VICTIMS 5 2 9/08/84 A 4 L 

3R0 MAN ARRESTED. CHARGED IN ELECTRONICS firm BREak-IN H 2 3/11/84 B 8 N 

STEP BY STEP, THE ENGLISH LEA'NEO TO LOVE MODERN DANCE H 2 6/23/84 8 1 P F W66 

HOWE, DANIEL A. o/oo/o, . /. o II 

GARDEN CLUB'S PROFITS HELP SESO STUDENT TO SCHOOL H 2 8/29/84 A 6 P U 

HOWE, MjRjORIE A. IRALEIGHl ,/n->/o, r i c mn 

THE GROUNDHOG'S NOT ALONE IN HIS FEA.< OF SHADOWS H 2 2/02/94 C 1 F B30 

'it TOOK AWHILE. BUT HE FINALLY WON HER OVER M 2 7/29/94 E 2 P F H45 

HOWELL. Charles „ , '„,.,,.. . . , 

COSELL WON'T BE MISSED H 2 9/11/84 A 4 L 



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HOWELL. DAVID 

mo BALLROUM CQNCERr SUNDAY ^^ FEATUSE HOWELL aBOTHERS 
HOWELLi GREY 

U.S. NOT ONLY NATION IN AMERIIAS 

HOWELL. JOEY 

^•^0 BALLROOM rONCERT SUNDAY -n FEATURE HOWELL BROTHERS 
HOWELL. KAOEN IMISS.I 

STOLEN GOODS FOUND IN JAILED "lAN'S VAN 

HOWELL. WANDA sue (GARNER) lOECEASFDI 

3 CHILDREN, MOM AMONG 5 KILLE^ IN AUTO COLLISION 
HOWES, JONATHAN 

Si5Gira'F°VS£,!k''sAl3°Si?Tlr?DlA^SS2'^"°' '"""'- "'^^ "^'™ 
HOWIE, BETTY JEAN 

WOMAN SAYS HER LIES SENT TWO TO DEATH ROW 

HQWZE, GLENN IN.:. Ar.TI 

TWO A£T PROFESSORS GOING TO AiJRICA 

"°"^^;r,,'',2t^^''P.-'*''^^ '"O BERTHA (WILMINGTON] 

COUPLE FATALLY STABBED THEN LEFT IN BURNING HOUSE 

HOYLF, BERNaDETTE 

WRITERS FIND ROUNOTABLE PROGRAM HELPFUL IN POLISHING 'LONELY- CRAFT 
HOYT, BESSIE WILLIS I AUTHOR I 

RETIRFO TEACHFR TURNS MEMORIES OF MOUNTAINS INTO COLORFUL LITTLE BOOK 
HRUSOVSKY, PAUL ICHAPEL HILLI 

PUPIL PUBLISHERS: ART STUDENTS ILLUSTRATE. THEN MARKET SET OF BOOKS 
HUANG. ERICH 

DURHAM SYMPHONY IN TOP FORM 

HUANG, PATTI IThAPFL HILLI 

DURHAM SYMPHONY IN TOP FORM 

HUBBARD, EDITH 

ALDERMAN: KFORGAN 1 2 A T ION "IN BEST INTERESTS OF CARaHORn. 
WOMEN NAMED TO COMMISSION ixicKtriii u.- LARRBORO' 

HUEBARO, LURLINE ELIZABETH IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HUBBARD, PAUL (CHAPEL HILLI 

TWO CHAPEL HILL MEN UIE IN WRECK 
HUBERTY. JAMFS OLIVER 

DON'T BLAME BROKEN HOME 

NO TIME FOR LAWSUITS 

HUDGINS, DANIEL C. 

HUNGER BEPORT CRITICIZEO 

"2fF„^?, S^""'^ f'JEL 'SSISTANCE: AMOUNT DROPS 

S?,'t°;l'J??°''^ PROBLEMS EASE IN DURHAM 

WELFARE FRAUD POLICIES EYi^D 

SS'^I''-, SERVICES SCALES DOWN 1984-85 BUDGET 

^^S^?i^^"jH?L'^'lSSsi"^fe?u^^^l%^!c^S?sS'SN's 
WELFARE DIRECTOR DEFENDS EMI'LIYFES 
WORK PROGRAM SAVING TAXPAYERS' DOLLARS 
DAY-CARE FUNDING HIKE TO BE SDUGHT 

c^s^l^TbKI? rEiisr'j5E^i28N"'"" '^"'"^^ '^^'^^ 
^n°s,!.^Y ur,iki\i'ui^,.Tn'ii,r.h'''ikir.,''''' assistance 
R°E'r^sgis°s^iM'v?;5?;iE" ^"""^ 

AFRICAN NEED IS GREAT 

DURHAM ENERGY AID APPLICATIONS DECLINE 

HUNOREOS HELPED BY SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS 

HUDSON, ALLEN lOXFORDI 

OXFORD EXPLOSION INJURES TWO 'I EN 

HUDSON. BOYD ELLYSON JR. OR. 
DPI TUARY 

HUDSON, CLAIBOHN": L. 

PERMIT REOUEST DENIED » 

HUDSON. Gail 

SCHOOL ENDORSEMENTS STIR EMOTIONS 
HUDSON. HOWAPD (SILEO CITYl 

TWO MEN FACE DRUG TRAFFICKING CHARGES 
HUDSON. JAMES 

COURT WON'T REINSTATE N.C. MULDER CONVICTION 

"""°Xk^'wU i!:;uiY'ii:!^AR^^s"°°' °' nedkine, 

HUDSON. OLLIE T. "TOMMY". JR. 

HUDSON, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, DIES 

HUDSON. OLLIE Thomas sr. 

FUNERAL HOME'S PRFSIOENT DEAD 
HUDSON. ORLANDO F. 

t iJKtX,'"''* DURHAM JUDGFSHIP 

SSIil^Pi5slr'--crc^y^^^]iji^E--'— 

HUDSON TO BE SWORN IN TOMORROW 
HUDSON WILL BE SWORN IN TOMORROW 
NEW JUDGE ON THE BENCH '""""^"" 
NEW JUDGE IS "OBEO 



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N 



H 3 5/01/84 B 1 N H9D 
S 2 5/01/84 A 8 N 



H 2 1/29/84 C 1 



N 



H 2 2/14/84 A 12 N 

H 1 1/03/84 a 1 N 

H 2 3/19/84 D 3 P U H45 

H 2 3/04/84 3 U H45 

H 3 3/08/94 B I N H90 

H 2 4/13/84 9 

H 2 4/13/84 D 9 



H 3 4/13/'14 B 1 
H 2 3/24/84 a 3 



H 2 5/03/84 A 16 
H 2 11/19/84 B 9 



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2/08/84 A 




N 


186 


S 2 


2/23/84 A 




M 


186 


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3/30/94 B 




N 




S 2 


3/30/H4 C 




N 


IS6 


H 2 


6/01/84 A 




N 


X80 


S 2 


6/01/84 G 




N 


IS6 


S 2 


6/15/94 C 




N 


156 


H 2 


6/26/84 B 




N 


891 


S 2 


6/26/84 C 




N 


156 


S 2 


7/31/94 C 




N 


156 


b 2 


8/25/94 A 




N 


156 


S ? 


9/15/84 A 






156 


S 2 


9/17/84 A 






156 


S 2 


9/26/84 C 




N 


156 


H 2 


10/10/84 B 




N 




H 2 


11/26/94 A 




N 


S82 


S 2 


11/30/94 C 




N 


J56 


H 2 


12/06/94 A 








S 2 


12/06/84 A 




1 




S 2 


12/26/84 C 




N 


J56 


H 2 


12/27/84 A 




L 




H I 


9/13/84 B 


1 


N 





H 2 6/02/84 C 5 

S 2 12/11/84 C 1 N M69 

S 2 4/13/84 C 1 N C05 

H 2 9/08/84 B 1 N 

S 2 10/15/84 A 2 N 

H 2 2/26/34 B 2 



i'9rS|?2."5 BO'JMING AT DURHAM COUNTY JAIL 
•IN CONTROL': THE FRESHMAN JU3GE IN QUI 



DURHAM'S DISTRICT COURT... 



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N S82 


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10/26/84 


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N sa2 


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10/26/84 


A 






N A47 


H 




12/07/84 


A 




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12/07/94 


A 


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N A47 






12/12/84 


A 






N A47 


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P F70 


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HUOSnNt RONilO E. COL. 

NORFOLK DISTRICT ENGINEER RETIRImG 

HUESTIS. CHIRLSS 

OUKE MiT REQUIRING COMPUTER aJN^RSHl" 
HUESTIS TO RETIRE fROM DUKE P"- ST 

MUEY, ALBERT 

SCHOOLS" HO"EJCRK HOTLINE IS -lOT 

CHURCHES SHOULD KEEP GOOD SEC;]ROS 

COUNCIL MEHRERS .-(ISY INVESTIGATE SE.<ER-LINE POLICY 

TREATMENT BY CITY NOT FAIR 

CITUENS TREATED FAIRLY BY CITY 



H 2 7/13/9'. A R 



M 2 3/03/9<. 3 I N 
H 2 3/03/34 B I P M 



S 2 l/0?/"<. A 3 

S 2 I/O'-/'". A A 

S 2 R/91/8'. A 3 

S 2 9/0l/R<. A A 

S 2 9/l5/a<. A 4 



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"""'cSiSTi^Y's'oU^^N'a^ltys CA. BE SUED FOR PUNITIVE DAMAGES 

HUFFINES. CHRISTOPHER (RALEICHl 

RALEIGH MAN HILLEO IN HANG GLIDER CRASH 
RALEIGM MAN DIES IN AIRCRAFT :RASH 

HUFFINES, JILLIAM luNC SCHOOL OF HEDICINEI 
SaUIES NEE3ED FOR STUDY 
UNC official: donated BODIES ESSENTIAL 

HUFF"AN, HARRY JP. ( J IN STQN-S AL EM I lOECEASEDl 
SKELETAL REMAINS ARE IDENTIFIED 

HUFFNE". MARIE HEDRICK (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

MUGEITT, ARVIE (ORANGE PARK, FLA,1 

FLA. MAN KILLED IN BOAT RACINS ACCIDENT 

HOGGINS, GEORGE (LUH3ERT0Nt 

N.C. APPEALS COURT BACKS NEW HEARING FOR TWO TEACHERS 

HUGHES, ALISTaIR (GRFNAOAl 

GRENADIAN JOURNALIST GRATEFUL TO U.S. 

HUGHES. BILL 

TEACHER RAISE BACK PAY 

HUGHFS, CATHY (hEKALO-SUN OEPORTERl 
INVITING NATURE'S REVENGE 

MARTIN NAHEs'thREE PEOPLE TO ADMINISTRATION POSITIONS 

HUGHES, I. HARDING JR. 

FUNDS STILL NEEDED FOR BUILDING 

HUGHES, JACKIE ANNE (CHAPEL HILLI 

MAN, WOMAN FIGHT OFFICERS, POLICE SAY 

HUGHES, JOHN 

FOMISTEN HAS A PLAN FOR BETTE? EDUCATION 
A FRIEND OF SCHOOLS 



HUGHES, " 
GOV. 



HUNT WAS THE GOAOER 



HUGHES, RICHARD N. 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE PET SET 

HUGHES, VICTOR (WASHINGTON, O.C.I „,^.,._„ 

WASHINGTON, D.C., MAN STABBEO; ALAMANCE MAN ARREiTcO, 

HUGHES, WILLIAM H. (VANCE CO.l 

THREE VANCE CANDIDATES UNOPPOSED 

HUGHES - SCHPADER, SALLY DR. (DECEASEDI 
OBITIWRY 

huGhEY, DAVID (DURHAM HERALD CO.l 

HOVE "AY AFFECT VIDEOTEX FUTU' E 

huGhLEY, EMORY "DUKE" (DECEASED 
OBITUARY 

HuGhTE, JACKIE ANNE (CHAPEL HILLI 
SCUFFLE ERUPTS AT BUSINESS 

HULKA, BARBARA OR. , ,,„ 

SCIENTISTS REMOVE LINK CF ESTROGEN, BREAST CANCER 
SCIENTIST: ESTROGEN SHOULD BE SEEN AS SAFE 

HULL, PEGGY P. 

HEADLINE WAS WRONG 

HULL, TQM 

OLD TOM HULL DOES GO home AGAI r( 

HUMES, WILLIAM (UNC FO^TRALLl 

ONC'S HUMES has battled HIS WAY OUT OF SHADOWS 
HUMES STEPS INTO POSITION FOR GLORY 

HUMPHREY, H, 0. R. MRS. 

HELMS COMMERCIAL 'LIES' 

HUMPHREYS, JCS'^PHINE 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 



HUMPHRIES, MICHAEL DEAN (ROX'^OROl 

800 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA SEIZED, 



PERSON SHERIFF SAYS 



HUMPHRIES, PELHAM 

SOME FOLKS WAITING FOR OIL MONEY 
hEIPS awaiting word ABOUT OIL MONEY 

HUNT, CAROLYN 

GOVERNOR'S WIFE rn VISIT ou=mM 

MRS. HUNT REVISES DURHAM SCHEDULE 

GOVER'IQR'S WIFE IN DURHAM TODAY 

HILLSPOPOUGH VISIT SET 

MRS. HUNT CAMPAIGNS IN DURHAM 

SENATE CAMPAIGN LEAVES MRS. mjnT FEW FREE HOURS 

STUDENTS OUESTION GTVERNOR'S WIFE 

UNC CELEBRATES 191ST BIRTHDAY 



S 2 <./09/84 A 3 
H 2 4/07/B<> C 10 



S 2 2/2n/9<. A !•; 
H 2 2/21/81. A 13 



S 2 R/IT/S". C 1 
H 2 9/l9/8<. A 13 



H 2 12/0S/9<. A 14 N 

H 2 4/17/84 A 3 

H 2 10/15/94 All N 

H 1 11/07/84 BIN 

H 2 11/18/84 2 P F GD9 

H 2 9/17/84 A 4 L 

H 2 9/17/84 A 4 L 

H 2 12/20/84 A 6 N 

S 2 4/24/84 A 

H 3 10/02/84 E 



N J56 



S 2 lD/30/=4 A 
M 2 11/01/84 4 



H 2 9/18/84 A 4 L 

H 2 3/01/84 a 1 D U 

H 2 1D/2B/84 B 7 N 

H I 11/01/94 B 1 N 

H 2 4/09/84 B ^ 6 

S 2 10/04/94 C 1 N 

H 2 6/28/84 A 20 

S 2 10/01/84 A 3 N 



H 2 7/06/94 3 6 
S 2 7/07/84 A 3 



H 2 3/15/94 A 4 



H 2 7/20/B4 D 7 P F 080 



H 2 10/24/94 3 2 P U M71 
S 2 10/26/84 D 2 P N F25 



HUNT, CHOISTOPHER 

FEDERAL AGENCIES 



'NOT POSHED' ON HEALTH RULES 



H 2 10/29/34 A 4 
S 2 6/32/84 A 1« 
H 1 9/13/84 a I 



H 2 3/15/P4 A 10 
H I 6/27/84 B I 



S 2 10/05/84 A 5 N 

S 2 10/08/84 B 6 N 

H 2 lO/U/84 P 5 N 

S 2 10/11/84 B 1 N 

H 2 10/12/94 C 4 P N 046 

S 2 10/12/94 CI N L3» 

S 2 10/12/84 C 1 P N L39 

H 2 10/13/84 3 1 P N B46 



S 2 2/18/84 A 3 N J56 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

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1/14/85 



PROSECUTOR SAYS PriUS lEN WILL FACE TRIAL AGAIN 



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"""^^'Q^LfyOt^EOrfARD SR. (OECEASEOI 

HUNTt DANNY RAY (LUMPERTONl 
". ESCAPEES CAPTURED 

""^^•M?f,"?S':!;,?'J'^^*'E IHINSTON-SALE- I 

p"l'^ CTTTPfr^"-""''-°"^" 

^^'^^^l IS SlJyS ?t^Sos'^i!LTr{;S = ^A?^ ?SSSl^?^J°J5-YEAR-0LD 
""'^'^•^f.'-l'^ HHAHE (MOTHER OP JIM HJNTl 
HUNT'S "OTHER GETS ROYAL GIFT 

""'"•ofllfSAl?"'"' '"ECEASEDI 

HUNTt J. WILTON IJUOGEI 

APPEAL DEADLINE NEAR FOR EX-JJOGE 

FORMER N.C. JUDGE APPE AL S CONY I C T ION 

OFFICIALS 00 NOT AGREE ON COL-nO PonnF MCorr . 

COURT OF APPEALS UPhSEdS cSNl;i??lSN°OF 'i^nll HUNT 
HUNT, JACK (D-CLEYFLANDI 

""'"^•J,^^'r^5„f• J^- IGOVERNORI 

"'^fl'Oi^il'POINTiO- AT HELMS" COMMENTS 
HELMS ACCUSES HUNT OF ■nliL- ?N PIPE LINE 
Bl'SfF^S^S^fl "^^'■•5 BOYHOaO HOME '■'^^ 
SMiir^.,P??^''f 5 BOYHOOD HOME OF GOV. HUNT 

Ky^ll t]^S?i Sfe|^^."!.t?V"^S ^i5?!S^?^J ''"-' 5"^^°"^ ="'"L PUNISHMENT 
HUNT BACKS OREGON INLET PLAN 
BRING WITNESSES FORWARD, JESSE 

SSJ^t"^?^ °S^An^°woTo^'prr^R'bEiY"f^^'"" 

•S?^:™JfH"""- f^fi^cSiS""'"- -'- COUNTY 

S!if"¥8"$,E'S'SiSAg|'¥?^g^S\^'«^SxS^R'^ '" ^^^ ""5 "srs 

UMI^T Xi?'" ROXOORO, PROMISES STYE'S HELP 
HUNT ASKS FEDERAL AID 

rfH"c^^^^LI'N^^sf'w^'fL^ t,^^^^°=^^2i5'"^« ""^ 

G^jR^orSe^J^tlis^LrD^^^'""""" CHIEF 

?nu''°u,',[!?^^r,'. CHALLENGE FOR AUOIENC^ 
GOV. HUNT PRAISES CFHFTAKY RFSinwaWriw 

tii'^Ir^lS.'"!" HILLSaOHoicS ?r|se?5Jt ON 
MARATHON PRIMARIES ARF A DISSERVICE Tn 
HUNT WILL MEET SENn,J CITIiFN^ 

"'^CESS: N.C, ENGLAND sAiRE HISTORY 

ANNE: SHE'S NOT A SPOILED BRAT 

PRINCESS EVOKES PAST, TIES 

HUNT MAY BE IN SPOTLIGHT 

HUNT JUMPS ON MONOALE BANDWAGTN 

fJ^jN^K^^VV^JHSTL^^""'"'" " ^^"^ECTED «^ ""-^^ SHIELD 

TWO DESCRIPTIONS GIVEN OF PORT JOB 

vL^^j t:Vs\r.\i\]rkKlil'M "'' "-' ^- 

MARVELS OF M [ N 1 A TUR 1 Z A T I 6n I C» R TOON 1 
^N^S^i^t^^E^inTiSM"'^ ^-C- "^[gSr 

?yS'HS^^:^^?A?i??N"DlR.^°^feR''?I=E-??^^ 

lUcl'^^lLL^l'lr^ ?='l^{^=Si^5 .100.000 PER DAY PACE 
SANnGRO'S CHANCES snnSTFn FHR pncT 

KyJif §Ic^iIs"3-ji!;r'? „'P '^"^ "°" 

HUNT HOSTS FAREWELL PARTY 



H 2 12/13/84 C 14 
H 2 4/29/84 a 2 
S 2 a/14/84 B 1 



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<'/i5/e4 

9/17/84 

9/21/»4 

11/08/84 



11 
17 



S 2 U/24/S4 A U 
H 2 5/ia/>14 A 19 



H 2 1/29/84 C 9 

H 2 5/12/P4 B 7 

S 2 8/13/84 A 2 

H 2 11/30/84 A IS 



2 12/20/84 A 6 
2 12/21/84 8 1 



ILL 



HUNT, JAMES p. ja.. AGRICULTURE 
oqvERNUR BACKS FArA BONOS 
SL"^Ly;*''^"-5 AGRICULTURAL PLAM 
PROPOSEO BONDS MAY HELP FARMERS 
hunt: U.S. POLICIES TO BLaSe F^R many OF FARMERS- 



WOES 



"'"'•sdjpfoR^-c^SRf ruoir.i'^'fo' 

KNOW ANY POTENTIAL JUDGES? 
HUNT APPOINTS JUDGE 

JUDGE NAMED FOR CUMBERLAND, HOKF 
f.^PLY FOR DURHAM jSdGESS P ^^ 

cnSFfANn^5c?'?^l:'I^?J'- pharAacy BOARn 
S.C^?3?R?SI'fSl^RPi;S?rcE-R'ES?^.^?"^ COURT 
HUNf^Afg^^Li^SiCE Ca;;S's;rYE''wOUNOS 
^T.^m 5K T? E''^XY''^?^^^S3^r,'^S^N 

'nL^olh^Te'/ji^O^l''' ""' "^ "'^H-'tII'^, early RETIREMENT 
HUDSON WILL BF SwORN IN TOMORROW 

R=E"IS''SS?"gE",^li"S^D^"r ^'"" '° "^ «°"° 
S S?.?^!;p^^?^?iiST^Sri,^^°?a COURT HIT 

?:f sfrBfA'c'^^.^rt^N^^'"-"- 

POST FILLED FOR 4 DAYS """^J 

HUNT PICKS STATE'S 1ST BLACK DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
HUNT, JAMES P. JR., BUDGET 

HUNT GIVES PROPOSALS TO ri]T nc c t r r r 



SUPERIOR COURT 
BY JUDGE, GOP 



1/20/84 
1/23/84 
1/24/84 

l/2';/n4 

1/27/84 

1/27/84 

1/28/84 

1/30/84 

2/02/84 

2/21/84 

2/22/84 

2/24/84 

2/25/84 

2/27/84 

3/09/84 

3/11/84 

3/30/84 

3/30/84 ( 

3/30/84 

3/31/84 

4/19/H4 ( 

4/20/84 , 

5/16/84 , 

6/04/84 ! 

6/08/84 I 

6/08/84 I 

6/11/84 I 

6/27/84 / 

7/13/84 / 

7/14/84 / 

7/14/84 / 

7/16/84 ( 

7/19/84 t 

7/27/84 J 

7/27/84 I 

7/28/84 « 

a/08/84 A 

8/09/84 C 

3/10/84 A 

9/11/84 A 

9/13/84 B 

9/14/84 A 

9/14/84 A 

9/18/84 B 

9/13/84 8 

10/02/84 A 

10/26/84 A 

10/27/84 A 

U/03/84 A 

11/30/84 A 

12/14/84 A 

12/19/84 C 

12/27/84 A 

12/29/84 A 



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2/25/84 A 
8/17/84 B 
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11/10/84 A 
11/18/84 
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HUNT REQUESTS IS PCT. BOOST H TiiCHE" =JY 

SUPERINTEMOEnTS' PRiOPITlES: teaCHEH pay, S'all CLASSES 

I?25 MILLION 'enT' Part Of N.:. SURPLUS 

GDV. HUNT'S LAST BUOuET FEATURES EOIJCATIQN THOUST 

HUNT WARNS AGAMST HURTING PROGRAMS THROUGH TAX CUTS 

HUNT REPORTED ASKING 5» STATE PAY HIKE 

HUNT C>FFERS S16.6 BILLION 3U0." ET WITH 5» PAY HIKE 

SALARIES! SCHOOLS TTP HUNT 3LPGET 

MARTIN BACKS 54 STATE PAY RAISE 

TEACHER TRAINING CENTER PROPOSED IN STATE BUDGET 

GREEN SAYS HUNT OFF TARGET ON 0ROPOUT5 

GREEN SAYS HUNT BUDGET OFF TARGET ON PROGRAM TO REDUCE OROPOUTS 



HUNT. JAMES P. JR.. COMMUTATIONS 

HUTCHINS' EXECUTION SET FOR I 
EXECUTION SUPPORTERS. FOES PUT 
COURT REJECTS HUTCHINS" BID FU 
HUNT REVIEJ3 HUTCHINS" CASE 
HUTCHINS ASKS APPEALS HALlEn; 
HUTCHINS EXECUTED: GOVERNOR Rr 
HUNT: GUILT PROVEN; PROTESTERS 
STATE ASKED TO ADOPT STANDARD 
GOVERNOR'S MAIL FAVORS CLEME-Nl 
HUNT ?UIET "N PENniNG REQUEST 
HUNT AICE SAYS BARFIELO CASE * 
AN UNTIMELY EXECUTION DATE 
•CAN'T SOMEBODY CALL TIME OUT? 
JUDGE BECOMES JESTER 
ANTI-CLEMENCY PROTESTERS MEET 
MEETINGS ON BARFIELO SEPT. 13. 
SARFIELD GLAD HUNT TO MAKE EA^ 
O.A. MEETS ^\^H HUNT TO OISCUS 
STATE'S EXECUTION ISSUE PLUNDE 
PETITION ASKING CLEMENCY GOES 
BARFIELO'S EXECUTION IS PUSHED 
POLITICS GAGGING JUSTICE (CART 
HUNT PEGINS SESSIONS ON BARFI? 
BARFIELP'S RELATIVES: SHE HFl^ 
MINISTER BACKS BARFIELO EXECUT 
VICTIMS' RELATIVES ASK HUNT TT 
STATE SHOULD RECONSIDER ITS 'L 
BARFIELD'S GRANDCHILaREN ARE A 

GROUP SAYS Clemency often gsa-i 

NO CLEMENCY FOR BARFIELO: HUNT 
HUNT SHOULD NOT uE FAULTED F0> 
REACTION "IXED TO DENIAL OF CL 
BARFIELO DECISION NOT LINKEfl T 
LIFE. DEATH DECISIONS BEYONT » 
MORAL CCriAROICE 
HUNT: DECISION ON BARFIELO WAS 

1,00 INMATES' FILES Checked fo> 

■.87 INMATES TO LEAVE PRISON Ei 
PETITIONS ASK HUNT TO PARDON ? 



A.M. FHIUAY 

HEAT ON HUNT 
R NEW STAY 

HUNT LAST HOPE 
FUSES TO FRANT CLEMENCY 
HOLD VIGIL 

CLEMENCY Rules 

Y 

F0< CLEMENCY IN BARFIELO CASE 

ILL NOT BE POLITICAL OUFSTION 

' (CABTOONl 

HUNT IN ST. PAULS 

19 
LY OECISICN ON HER FATE 
S BARFIELO'S PLEA FOR COMMUTATION 
RED ur POLTUCS 
TO GOVERNOR 

DON I 

LO CLEMENCY 

S OTHERS 

ION 

ALLOW BARFIELO EXECUTION 
AW OF VENGEANCE' 
FFECTED BY EXECUTION ISSUE 
TED IN N.C. 

CITES DUTY TO UPHOLD RULE OF LAW 

OECISICN 
EMENCY FOR BARFIELO 
POLITICS 
DLITICAL REALM 

NONPOLITICAL 

COMMUTATION 
RLY 
ONALO TAYLOR 



HUKT, JAMES =. JR.. CRIME PREVENTION PROPOSALS 
DECISION ON BARFIELO UNFAIR 3JRDEN TO HUNT 

HUNT. JAMES e. JR.. TRUG ABUSE PROSRAH 
HUNT CALLS FQR DRUG CRACKDOWN 
PROGRAM URGED TO COMBAT DRUGS. ALCOHOL IN SCHOOLS 



HUNT. JAMES n. JR.. EUUCATION PRCPI 
HUNT SEEKS PANEL UNITY ON EOIC 
SCHOOL REFORMS SOUGHT 
HUNT EXPECTS PROPOSAL ON H[GHr 
TEACHERS' SALARY HIKE TO BE PJ 
GOVERNOR SAYS PEOPLE OF N.C. V 
GOV. HUNT POAISES NEn WFITING 
GOVERNOR PRAISES WRITING TEST: 
EDUCATION REPORT MAY CAUSE PRO 
HUNT CRITICIZES aUALITY OF SCH 
HUNT RUSHES Ef'UCATIDN PLAN 
helms: hunt HAS FAILED ON EOu: 

HUNT Pledges to campaign for e 

EDUCATORS RAP HEL"S FOR AD ATT 
HU'IT SAYS HEL"S HAS NOT HELPE? 
HUNT WANTS $300 MILLION FOR St 
PANEL URGES TEACHER PAY RAISE 
ROYALL SAYS EOUCaTION PACKAGE 
SCHOOL REPORT DISCUSSED 
HUNT SEEKS SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLS 
HUNT PROPOSES 15X PAY HIKE F0< 
HUNT REOUESTS 15 PCT. BOOST U 
LEGISLATORS SUPPORT HUNT'S PLN 
SUPERINTENOENTS' PRIORITIES: T 
EDUCATION PACKAGE READY. BUT 5 
ASSEMPLY SHOUO NIX FREE TUITID 
GOV. HUNT SAYS HELMS' AD FALS^ 
CROUPS BATTLE OVEP HUNT'S EFF 
STATE EDUCATION BOARD URGED TO 
ASSEMBLY, REAGAN GIVE GOVESNO' 
HUNT SAYS REPORT TO SHOW IMPRO 
GOVERNORS' GROUP CITES HUNT'S 
HUNT RECEIVES AWARD FROM CODCA 
HUNT HITS HELMS JN EDUCATION, 
OURHA- COUNTY SCHOOLS GET AWA) 
HUNT PROPOSES C0MPREH':NSIVE EO 
HUNT OFFERS PLAN TO BOOST ECu: 
HUNT: DEFICIT REOUIRES LARGER 
GOV. HUNT'S LAST »U0GET FEATU' 
HUNT IS PROUD OF JOTS. EDUCATI 
HUNT: SCHOOL STATS PON'T SHOW 
HUNT Says BELL'S REPORT SHOWS 



S«LS 

ATIOts REFORMS 

R TEACHER PAY 

SHED 

AMI MAJOR CHANGES IN SCHOOLS. COLLEGES 

TESTS 

3LEMS FOR HUNT 
OOLS 

AT I ON 

OUCAflON. FIGHT TV AOS 

ACKING HUNT 

N.C. EDUCATION 
HOOLS 

CAN WIN OK 

PROPOSAL 
TEACHERS 
TEACHER PAY 
N 

eacher pay, small classes 
isagreements remain 
n proposal 

ctiveness 

implement new programs . 

major victory 
veo test scores 

TioN COMMISSION 

promises wjplo's best schools 
for excellence 
ucation plan 

ATION 

BUSINESS ROLE IN EDUCATION 

ES EDUCATION THRUST 

0" 

GAINS 

NEED TO HIKE EDUCATION FUNDING 



HUNT. JAMES S. JR.. EMPLOYMENT 

HUNT OKS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION P. AN 

HUNT, JAMES B. J'.. ENDORSEMENTS 

KNOX CHARGES THAI EOMISTEN PASSED BUCK 
GOP RAPS HUNT'S BACKING OF FRYE 

HUNT, JAME*- p. J-J.. ENVIRONMENTAL PKOTECTION 

HUNT TO HEO'IEST MONEY TO CUT 'QLLUIION IN LAKES 

SOIL. WATEK CONSERVATION VITA'. TO STATE 

HUNT REOUESTS FUNDS FOR INLET JETTIF5 

N.C. VA. GOVERNORS AT noOS A' PIPELINE HEARING 

DOVE SEASON UNDER ANALYSIS BY COMMISSION 

HUNT ASKS U.S. ACTION ON FARM. WASTE DISPOSAL. POLLUTION FRONTS 

H'JNT UNVEILS PLAN TJ REORDER J.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PRIORITIES 

HUNT TO SEEK STATE MONEY FOR ILEAN WATER PROGRAM 

WHO'S THE FRIEND TO THE £NV I RO Nmc NT"* 

HUNT PRAISES ACTION ON WILDERItSi BILLS 

HUNT: WILDERNESS BILL IS MAJO? BREAKTHROUGH FOR N.C. 

HUNT CRITICIZES HELMS' ENV IR O'JMENTAL RECORD 

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP BACKS HUNT FQR SENATE 

HUNT MAKES MORE SENSE 



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HUNT OECLARES EMERGENCY EXISTS «T OREGON INLET 

HUNT, JA"ES °. JR., FiHUY 

HUNT'S MOTHER GETS ROYAL GI^T 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., FOREIGN POLICY 

HUNT SEEKS BALANCED AID SrRAr=GY POR CENTRAL A'IFRiri 
HUNT PROPOSES CENTRAL AMER I C A-4 A I D OF «5 BI LL ION 
HELMS RAPS HUNT SPEECH tllLHUN 

HELMS' REACTION FAST TO HUiJT TALK 

HUNT LATIN PLAN CORRECT; FISCAL HEALTH KEY TO PFATF 
HESTON PAINTS A HEROIC AeLMS IN LATEST TV AO " 
HELMS, HUNT CAMPS CLASH OVER L ATE S T C OMME Rt I AL 
HELMS: MANY OPINIONS, LITTLE JNOER STANDING 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., HAZARDOUS HAST" TREATMENT 

HAiARDOUS HASTE LANDFILLS URG^O ONLY AS LAST RFSnpT 

sy^f M^\^^^^^o?^'?E-i?E"'°"°'" j°s?'^:iv.^oLAi;T;pg?ioR,TiEs 
ssKfip^s^E^SLiSi ro"p[jfstic!'=5R liin iivfu'ir.j','''' 

HUNT, JA"ES B. JR., HEALTH CAKE PROPOSALS 
LAHYER: HUNT BILL PAID ON TIM= 
HUNT OUTLINES HIS PROPOSAL ON'mEOICARE 
HUNT EXPLAINS SENIOR C IT I Z EN C ONC FRNS 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., INCOME 

HFLMS'S INCOME EXCEEDS HUNT'S 

HUNT, JAMES R. JR., INDUSTRIAL OEV=LOPMENT 
STATE GETS 67?; INDUSTRY INCREASE 
HUNT: 1983 GOOD ECONOMIC YEAR 
«TP TO GET PRODUCT-TESTING L A° 
FIRM BEGINS OPERATIONS IN MORMSVILLE 
HUNT TO TAKE PART IN GROUND°R= AK I NG 
DURHAM PLANT BEGINS HITH RITUAL 

I3lAR"?iIpJY''cnATS'^ '"'""■' """" ""'CONDUCTOR VENTURE IN U.S. 
BOX PLANT TO BE LUILT IN HARR^N COU'ITY 
S?I'^2JI 'i-'^- ^° '^^^ INCUHATOR FACILITY 
RTP GROWTH MAY CAUSE PAINS, OFFICIALS HARNFD 

SSN°¥''2E^c'oS?fL';)TR%°5lL'" .ND3sT^=Y'tli^iSSy^''cOUNTY 

COMPANY TO LOCATE IN DUPHAM CTIUNTY 

HUNT ANNOUNCES NtH INDUSTRY T^- STATE 

OAVIOSON TO GET 1100 MILLION "LANT 

^SSl^^S" '■ELECOM PLANS NEH E x:' ANS ION 

NORTHERN TELECOM EXPANSION TO ADO 1,000 NEH JOSS 

GOV. HUNT TO HELP DEDICATE CENTER 

CENTER DEDICATION SET AT RTP 

1?0 MILLION CENTER PRAISED AS 'KEY' 

HUNT TELLS JAPANESE HE OPPOSES UNITARY TAX 

FORDHAM: CENTER'S EFFECTS PROFOUND 

N.C. TAX SYSTEM PLEASES JAPANESE 

HUNT, TO MEET CHINESE LEAOER 
NFH PLANT TO LOCATE IN TRIANGLE 
SIL ICON-HAFER PLANT DUE IN COJNTY 
ONE QUESTION, MR. GOVFRNOP 
"U^f IS PROUD OF JOSS, EDUCATION 

FUTURE CANADIAN MOVIE CREDIT - 'FILMED IN YANCEYVILLE- 
HUNT, JAMES B. JR., LAWSUITS 

HUNT TO SUE 'The LANDMARK,' AIDES vnu 

:iysjE"i^?o:?°?5if85^E'^''j:syr j;^???n"i '^^ °"^ "^«^ -^-^ repaid-auhitor ^ i ,j;f?;?j 

^^^'^^J.tt^} ^' J°" LEGISLATIVE PR-IPOSALS 

rois'fS^t?i.^r5^?hE^!iii?E"sri?!aj«5i^T'^^ " ^^ =^"°'" 

"'J'"'V;;,"?iL^' -"■•• '■OUITICAL CAR£:r PLANS 

iJViSrRriS";Jt!f POLITICIANS' <ECCA FOR MONEY 

pUeT^J?^ 5S^^ f^^ g?^R^g5c^'?Eri '" '^^ ^^"^ 

FLAHERTY: MANSION USED FOR POL I TIC S ^ ^ I/0<./B<, A 1 N 11 

HUNT MAY ANNOUNCE ON FEE. <,'^""""-=' H 2 1/05/8', A 17 N T 

S5^i iin'hr.h'ii'f^rr.ru"/, "'"' "*^ supporters s i y,r/At § 'i p n^ j 

HELMS TO PRESS FULL-THROTTLF "AMPAIGN ^ ^ l/l'7/e<. C 7 N ■ 

HJ^LMS-HUNT 1ATTLE WIDELY SIGNIFICANT S I '•'JZ/S', b 1 P J J 

FCC OFFICIAL REJECTS HELMS' COMPLAINT " ^ 1/23/B4 A 1 F * 

CANDIDATES LINE UP FOPCFs '-'"*^"-°"" 
HUNT NAMES FINANCE UNIT' 

nIvff.^fc^?,!2L''S^"5£ TO BACK HUNT CAMPAIGN 
2?^1^ JES'^uf?^ ST LL MAY BAC< JIM HUNT 
HltMl-H^NT SrF^ERiNCE''" '" "«'""<^" CONTRIBUTIONS 
NOT ON COMMITTEE 

hSn^ 'omi,hl ?g,5¥tiS5?Ur""''^''°''^ '" "^'-'^'^ 

HUNT TO MAKE IT OFFICIAL TOOA/ 

FOR HELMS ANO HUNT, HHAT HAPP'^NS NEXT? 

HUNT DOESN'T HANT UNC OR OEMO'RATIC PARTY lOBS 



Sni^f^eSSIrJ? 5ISCUSS PARTY CHAIRMAN 

HUNT EXPECTS TO PRACTICE LAW 1FTEP TERM FXPI 

GOV. HUNT LOOKS BACK ON H 1 5 li! TER MS AND LC 



XP IRES NEXT MONTH 
LOSS IN U.S. SENATE RACE. 
HUNT, JAMES p. JR., POLLS 

POLL: HUNT LEADING HELMS 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., PRESS CONFEREN:tS 
STATE GETS Ii7\ INDUSTRY INCREASE 
?y'.V^=:i??3 1=000 ECONOMIC YEAR " 
TEACHERS' SALARY HIKE TO BE PJ3HE0 
?S'';„f"^^ PRAISES NEW WRITING TESTS 
SM>'^f'*^92.''5;!5ES WRITING TESTS 



HUNT RAPS REACAN ON F = 0= R A L 0^ F IC 1 1 




EES 
HUNT, JAMES B. JO., PROCLAMATIONS 

HUNT PROCLAIMS HIGH TECH WEEK S = Pr. -in Tn nrT A 

DAVIU LETTERMAN DAY PROC LA I M^l S N NOR Th'^PaSSl INA 
HUNT, JAMES B. JR., REWARDS 

SUIT SPURS HUNT MOVE FQP OEHA>0 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE MAY CHANGE HOROI 



)ING OF STATE REWARD OFFERS 



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H I 4/07/84 C 1 


P N L30 


H 2 5/1D/84 C 7 


P N L41 


S 2 5/11/84 A 1 


N C60 


S 2 5/11/84 A 2 


N 


H 7 5/12/84 B 7 


N 


S 2 5/14/84 A 1 


N C60 


H 2 5/15/84 A 1 


P N 


H 2 5/29/84 A 12 


N 


H 2 6/12/34 B 1 


N 


H 2 6/13/84 a 1 


P N L41 


S 2 6/13/84 A 1 


N 


S 2 6/13/84 C 1 


p N sao 


H 2 6/14/84 8 3 


N 


H 1 6/20/84 B 1 


N 


H 2 7/11/84 A 1 


P N L41 


S 2 7/23/84 A 3 




S 2 7/25/84 A 1 


N C60 


H 2 7/26/84 A 1 


P N L41 


H 2 7/30/84 A 4 


E 


S 2 12/17/84 B 6 


J 


H 2 12/22/84 B I 


N L40 


H 2 7/20/84 e 1 


P N W36 


H 2 10/13/84 A 5 


N 


H 2 12/08/84 A 1 1 


N 


H 2 3/01/84 A I 


N 


S 2 3/03/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 1/01/84 2 


T F 


H 2 1/02/84 A 3 


' F 


S 2 1/04/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 1/05/84 A 17 


N 


H 2 1/05/84 A 17 


N 


H 2 1/1 1/84 1 P N 


S 2 1/19/84 C 7 


N 


H 2 1/22/84 b 1 P J 


H 2 1/23/B4 A 4 


c 


H 2 1/26/84 B 4 


N 


H 2 /29/n4 A 1 f 


N 046 


H 2 /29/B4 A 1 


N 


H 2 /29/64 C 1 


N 


S 2 /30/e4 C I 


N COS 


H 2 2/01/64 a 4 


N 


H 2 2/02/84 A 4 


L 


H 2 2/02/84 A 4 


L 


H 2 2/02/84 A 12 


N 


H 2 2/03/84 A 7 


N 


H2 2/0 4/84 A I'S 


N 


H 2 11/D8/84 A 4 


E 


S 2 11/19/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 11/20/84 a 8 P 


N 


S 2 U/23/84 C 1 


N L38 


H 2 12/16/84 8 8 


N 


H 2 12/18/84 A 8 P 


N 


H 2 12/28/84 B 8 


N 


H 1 6/15/84 6 1 


N 


S 2 I/05/R4 A 1 


^1 


H 2 I/D6/B4 8 I 


N 046 


S 2 1/10/84 A 1 


N 


S 2 1/19/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 1/20/84 A 7 


N 


H 2 1/27/84 8 4 


N 


S 2 2/23/»4 A I 


N 


H 2 2/24/84 A in 


N 


H 2 3/15/84 C 10 


N 


S 2 3/23/84 A 1 


N 


S 2 4/05/84 A 1 


N 


H 2 6/08/84 A 13 


N 


H 2 9/27/84 A 19 


N 


H 2 12/28/84 A 13 


N 


H 2 6/25/84 A I 


N 


S 2 6/26/84 C 3 


N 



HONIHLV/A 



1 M E X 



N 4 M E S 



P4'-.E l'>8 



C PG L P BVL 



PUBLIC SCrauTIriY CAUSED HUNT'S ACT OF COHTRITIO.'* 

RThAHD spat HURTS STATE 

HUNT H0LU5 BACK UN t5>000 REHAHD 

STATE AGAIN UELAYS ACTION ON ^-tWARO 

15.000 REWARD OFFERED 

WOMAN TO GET REWARD 

HUNT. JAMES R. JR.. ROADS 

STATE ALTERS ITS STANCE ON 1-1.0 SILL 
SOARO OKS QUICKER COMPLETION OF l-W 

HUNT. JAMES B. JR., SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN 
HUNT ANNOUNCES RIO FOR SENATE 

HUNT FORHALLV CHALLENGES HELMS FOR SEAT IN SENATE 
HELMS-HUNT RACE PROMISES TO BS STATF'S MOST COSTLY 
CAMPAIGN REPORTS PROVIDE POLITICAL AMMUNITION 
HUNT BACKFRS ATTEND RALLY 

STATE ELECTION OFFICE CROWDED BY CANDIDATES AS FILING ENDS 
U.S. SENATE CAMPAIGN MO^t THA-J 'STYLE' 

HUNT SAYS HE WOULD SUPPORT TOBACCO PROGRAM IN SENATE 
HELMS' AOS CRITICAL CF HUNT 



HELMS' AOS CRITICAL CF HUNT 

HUNT PLEDGES TO CAHOAIGN FOR FOUCATIGN, FIGHT 

BRING JESSE HELMS HOME 

SEND HUNT TO SENATE 



TV AOS 




N.C. TAXPAYERS OON'T FORGET 

HUNT: HELMS HURTS STATE 

HUNT OUTLINES DEFICIT PLAN 

HUNT SUPPORTERS ARE NAMED 

HELMS. HUNT CAMPS SWAP ACCUSATIONS 

3 TO HEAD HUNT EFFORT IN OURHSM 

HUNT SAYS RACE HAS NATIONAL IMPACT 

GOVERNOR BOOSTS CIVIC CENTER 

HUNT PRAISES DURHAM, RAPS OPPONENT 

POLL SHOWS HELMS HAS PULLED EVEN WITH HUNT 

POLITICAL CONFIDENCE 

HUNT CRITICUFS HELMS' NEGATIVE ADVERTISING 

HUNT UNVEILS 'lEU COMMERCIAL IN SENATE RACE 

BLACKS NOT HAPPY WITH SOME OF HUNT'S ACTIONS 

TENDING VOTING RESPONSIBILITIES 

DUKE POLL FAVORS HUNT 

DEMOCRAT RILED BY PARTY LEADER'S PRO 

DEFENSE SPENDING HIKES OF it TO 7% S 

TLj.liuc liCi >ynow cno uClOtM/" ITU LJil 



.^TEST 
SUPPORTED 



Utl-tNit iKtNUlNb HlKti 'Jf 3^ ' U (* -ly.'KljK 

THANKS. NFW YORK. FOR HFLPING JIM HUNT 

TEXAN SAYS DEMOCRATS CAN 'EGAIN SENATE 

HUNT SAYS ALMOST tl.7 MILLION RAISED IN 198'. FOR CAMPAIGN 

HUNT DISAVOWS HOH-T0-80W-0UT 1EM0 

CLIPPED COMMENTARY 

REPORT SAYS HUNT HAS RAISED ALMOST iZ MILLION IN CAMPAIGN 

HUNT DEFENDS USE OF PLANE. COPTER 

GOVERNOR SHOULD FIRE AIDE 



HUNT CALLS FOR OERATES WITH HFLMS 
IS NO HFLP WANTED IN HUNT'S UMPAIGN? 

GOVERNOR SAYS HE WOULD LIKE NJHBER OF DEBATES WITH HELMS 
HUNT AND HELMS' COH'IITTFE CLASH ON SENATOR'S AGRICULTURAL RECORD 
JONES CHALLENGES GOV. HUNT WITH DREAMS... IF NOT HOPE 
HUNT UNVEILS AGRICULTURAL PLA^i 
LET'S HAVE A FULL OEfaATE 

HUNT. HELMS EASILY ROMP OVER IHALLENGERS 
JACKSON THE WINNER IN DURHAM 
ANTI-UNION STANCE PUZZLING 

HUNT CHARGES HELMS 'SABQTAGINS' UNITED STATES POLICY ON EL SALVADOR 
LAWYERS FOR UNION THREATEN TQ SUE HELMS FOR SONG USE 
JIM HUNT CAMPAIGN WELCOMES VOLUNTEERS 
EX-MAJOR LE«GUE PLAYERS TO PITCH FOR HUNT, HELMS 
MEETING PLANNED ON DEBATES 
HELMS SAYS ATTACKS PARTISAN 
INCUMBENT HAS EOGF OVER THE CHALLENGER 
HFLMS, HUNT TO HOLD 10 DEBATES 

STATE GOP LEAOEO SAYS HUNT SEiKING CAMPAIGN SUPPORT FROM THE 'FAR LfFT' 
HELMS LEADS HUNT IN POLL 

HUNT. HELMS FOCUS ON CENTRAL AMERICA IN SENATE RACE 
OR. KOOP A SMOKESCREEN IN U.S. SENATE CAMPAIGN 
HUNT RAPS HELMS ON SOCIAL SECURITY 
HUNT OUTLINES HIS PROPOSAL ON MEDICARE 
'WHY JESSE HELMS WILL BE RE-ELECTED' 
'HUNT USING STATE FUNDS TO BUY SENATE SEAT- 
HUNT AGAIN HITS SOCIAL SECURITY STAND BY HELMS 
KOOP WON'T RESPOND TO CRITICISM 

N.C. TOP DEMOCRATS WARN GOP THAT OflpyY IS NOT SPLIT 
N.C. DEMOCRATS SAY PARTY IS NTT OIVIOED 
HUNT. HELMS CAMPS SWAP SOCIAL SECURITY CHARGES 
HELMS. HUNT CAN'T AGREE ON WH= N DEBATES TO Bg HELO 
HUNT, HFLMS CAMPS BATTLE THROJGH MAIL 
LIMIT THE CONTRIBUTIONS 
HELMS. HUNT NOT RUNNING FOR K-JESSFT 
GOV. HUNT IS BUYING VOTES WITH TAX MONEY 
HELMS BACKERS LAUNCH ADS. DRAW HUNT'S FIRE 
VEEP NO MORF FOR HUNT 

HELMS. HUNT CAMPAIGNS FOCUS 0^ SOCIAL SECURITY 
SOCIAL SECURITY'S FUTURE SHOULD BE OUESTIONED 
HELMS RECORD MIXED ON SOCIAL SECURITY 
HELMS' COMiHERCIAL CRITICIZEO 

HELMS. HUNT CAMPS CONTINUE DISPUTE ON TAX CLAIMS 
PROGRESS CITED ON CAMPAIGN DEBATES 
GOV. HUNT SAYS HELMS' AD FALSE 
HUNT CRITICIZES HELMS ON D'AUBUISSON STAND 
SURVEY SAYS HUNT AHEAD OF HELMS 

KNOX'S WIFE AND BROTHER BACK HELMS' RE-ELECTION 
DEMOCRATS ATTACK AOS 

FRA'ICES KNOX STUFFING "" I S S CI NGEN I AL I T Y" RIBBON IN GARBAGE (CAPTOONl 
K^'OX BLAMES HUNT FOR LOSS IN >UNOFF 
NASH SHERIFF RACKS HUNT'S CAMPAIGN 
DURHAM SENIOR CITIZENS PLEASE"' WITH MEETING 
MEETING PLEASES SENIORS 

NATIONAL PARTY. HUNT'S WAFFLPIG HURT DEMOCRATS 
KNOX EFFECTIVELY ROWS OUT OF POLITICAL SCENE 
HUNT, NO HELMS. YES 

HUNT STAFF DEMANDS RETRACTION OF 'RUMORS' ARTICLE 
HUNT, HELMS CRITICIZE NEWSPAP'R 
WINDSOR REACHES NEW LOW IN ATTACK ON HUNT 
EDITOR APOLOGIZES TO HUNT 

HUNT WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR WRITTEN RETRACTION 
CHATHAM EDITOR TURNS HIS BACK ON DECENCY 
HUNT PROPOSES CENTRAL AM£RICA^I AIO OF i5 BILLION 
HELMS RAPS HUNT SPEECH 
HELMS' REACTION FAST TO HUNT TALK 



H 2 


b/Z^/B', A 


4 


E 




S ? 


b'21/S', A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/0<./R<i C 


3 


M 




H I 


a/oi/a*. 8 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/lR/^<. A 


3 


N 




H 1 


9/06/84 B 


1 


N 




H 2 


<./l2/8<. C 


7 


N 




S 2 


I2/l'./e', A 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/o<./a<. A 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/D5/e<, A 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/05/P'. 8 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/06/94 A 


5 


J 




S 2 


2/06/84 C 


1 


M 


:o5 


H 2 


2/07/84 A 


11 


N 




H 2 


2/0B/94 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


2/I0/R4 B 


5 


M 




H 2 


2/10/R4 B 


5 


N 




H 2 


2/12/84 A 


4 


N 




H 2 


2/13/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


2/13/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


2/14/84 A 


14 


^l 




H 2 


2/16/84 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


2/U/''4 B 


5 


fl 




H 2 


2/17/84 A 


7 


P N 




S 2 


2/18/84 A 


4 


L 




S 2 


2/Z0/84 A 


4 


L 




S 2 


2/2S/B4 A 


15 


N 




S 2 


3/02/84 A 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/07/84 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/09/84 A 


11 


N 




H 2 


3/08/84 B 


2 


N 




H 2 


3/13/P4 B 


1 


P N 


A54 


S 2 


3/13/34 A 


3 


N 


961 


S 2 


3/13/84 C 


I 


9 N 


R61 


S 2 


3/14/84 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/17/84 A 


4 


F 




S 2 


3/19/84 A 


2 


M 




H 2 


3/20/94 A 


1 1 


N 




H I 


3/20/S4 B 


1 


J 




H 2 


3/24/84 A 


4 


F 




S 2 


3/24/84 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


4/03/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


4/04/84 A 


9 


P N 




H 2 


4/08/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


4/08/84 A 


13 


N 




H 2 


4/17/84 A 


14 


N 




H 2 


4/21/84 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/21/84 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


4/25/84 A 


9 


N 




S 2 


4/25/94 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/26/94 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


4/26/84 A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


4/26/94 A 


7 


N 




H 2 


4/28/84 A 


5 


p ^l 




H 2 


4/29/84 A 


14 


N 




H 2 


4/30/84 B 


1 


N 




S 2 


5/02/94 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/03/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


5/03/84 A 


1 1 


P N 




H 2 


5/04/94 A 


18 


N 




H 2 


5/04/84 B 


1 


P N 


046 


S 2 


5/04/94 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


5/09/84 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/09/84 A 


11 


N 




H 2 


5/09/84 C 


1 


N 


L41 


S 2 


5/10/94 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


5/11/34 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


5/12/84 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/15/84 A 


4 


L 




S 2 


5/15/94 C 


3 


►1 




H 2 


5/16/94 A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/19/84 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/21/94 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


5/23/84 C 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/25/94 B 


5 


■>! 




H 2 


5/2°/P4 A 


10 


N 




5 2 


5/29/94 C 


2 


N 




H 2 


5/31/94 A 


4 


F 




H 2 


5/31/94 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


6/01/84 A 


14 


N 




H 2 


6/02/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/02/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/02/84 D 


4 


N 




S 2 


6/02/94 A 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/07/84 A 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/08/94 A 


8 


N 




H 2 


6/09/84 A 


3 


N 




S 2 


6/11/84 A 


1 


P N 


J56 


S 2 


6/1 1/94 C 


8 


J 




H 2 


6/13/94 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/14/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/15/94 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/16/94 A 


5 


N 




H 2 


6/16/84 C 


3 


N 




H 2 


6/19/84 A 


3 


P N 




H 2 


6/18/84 A 


4 


E 




s ? 


6/19/84 C 


5 


N 




H 2 


6/19/84 8 


3 


N 




H 2 


6/21/84 C 


9 


N 




H 2 


6/21/84 C 


9 


N 




H 2 


6/22/34 A 


13 


N 




H 2 


6/29/84 A 


7 


N 




S 2 


7/02/84 C 


3 


N 




H 2 


7/03/84 A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


7/03/84 A 


1 3 


N 




H 2 


7/04/84 A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


7/04/84 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


7/04/84 A 


12 


N 




S 2 


7/05/94 A 


1 1 


N 


K90 


S 1 


7/05/84 C 


1 


N 


K90 


H 2 


7/06/84 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


7/06/84 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


7/06/94 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


7/07/94 3 


1 


N 


W36 


S 2 


7/07/94 A 


2 


N 




s 3 


7/07/94 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/08/94 8 


1 


P N 


W36 


S 2 


7/09/84 A 


1 


N 


C60 


H 2 


7/10/84 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/10/84 B 


1 


P N 


L41 


H 2 


• 7/10/84 B 


1 


N 




S 2 


7/10/84 C 


I 


P N 


C60 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX By MIMCC 

1/(11/84 - IJ/M/bJ ^ ^ N . H 6 S "'"if, 1,51 



1/14/B5 



P D DATE C PG L 'JYL 
2 l/Vl/Ki, 



1<. 



?n^I .VP^ J'*' 'ELIGIOH PLAYS dIG ROLF IN CAMPAIrN " 2 '*/07/B<> C _ 

y" ? IT------ s^^^ SI ''-'-' ^ ^'^° 

uuKf' S=F2J 5^"-" "UNNIMG CAMPAIGN TAB I I 9/05/R* A 8 A 

ppnni Si'-M?„f?l?;!?E FOR 2ND DEBATE | 2 9/05/8', A 9 N 

SjSVfM°TDVrc"5I^''5 SUPPORTING HELMS I I 9/05/84 C 10 J 

uhSt'^cJJ'^S ^° '"^°^T RECOGNITION " 2 9/06/B4 A 8 N 

umKI ^fi?..^° POLITICAL DAMAGE F»0" AIOPLANF r<;^llf 5 2 9/06/84 C 8 N 

Sn^I' S^FSI IN SECUND OFBATE roMIGHT ' ""^ " ? 9/08/84 8 5 N 

Kc^ij "uh^l W" "'f POLITICAL MOVES " 2 9/09/84 B I N 

"^LMS, HUNT TPADE BARBS IN 5E;QNU TV DEBATE " 2 9/09/84 8 1 N 

»,%5 ^;;s"!2?^i^iAt?\':;?? SYc^iT^ii Nf ?r4^ "2 '/is;?t ^ i «^ 

&E^S5?*IS^.?^^^I8^K^ '^°^^ PE^FORMANc'e?'''' °^ ^'"^ I 2 9/I0/B4 A J N J56 

Hn)-i?^uE,"tlo''=95!Tf*"''*""-'^ "O^n SGAIN " 2 9/11/84 A 4 L 

HI L'^-hIi'-mI VcVli EUHANGES CDNTINUF " 2 9/11/84 E 7 N 

Fnon-u^^r*^,?!??!^ '-"'E CHILOr.H QUARREL I 2 9/U/P4 C 2 N 

f2?2r?J'-t *TTENO LUNCHEON FOR HENDGN IN IITH ol'JTDrrT " 2 9/12/84 A 4 E 

rS''?^!^ EXCHANGEO ON BENEFITS, TRAVFL DISTRICT „ 2 9/12/84 A 9 N 

Jcr.'^uS, £t"''5. """"''^ "ISIT FQJ GOV. HUNT S 2 9/12/84 A 8 N 

lTl;c"nc??.i" '5 PPI'tTS IN RESPECT " 2 9/13/84 2 N 

^J*J6 OFFICIALS REPORT PEN5I0M FUND SOUGHT " 2 9/13/84 A 4 L 

S i f?=RilgR'F^NS'wTlK^^"«^- -NSU^I.^YK^^JencES ^ 2 9/13/84 A 15 N 

r« ;iS5^Pe^S?SE !SSVrfT^D^" accusations "„ 2 9/14/84 A 4 L 

tS^FC Sibc^r,""?!"- T° "£'< CES HIM LEAD " 2 9/17/84 A 9 N 

J? ! H ,IM^ V^W'^.Vf^'^"^ """^ l\ VAVAX I I ^ 

A^sv^brs^^v^ri^s^jk ^'^^^ ^"'^ "^-^^ """-^ ^5E OF AIRCRAFT h" I -i^;?;?: J 5 k 

H 2 9/19/84 A 4 L 



^ 



Sy!i„?S''l''5 UNEASY OVER GIFT T3 HUNT CAMPAIGN 

DEMOCRATS EYE DOWNTOWN OUARTEIS LBMHAION ^ .,,,,.,, 

HUNT, HELMS HILL Dt3ATE FIVE TIMES " 2 7/11/84 . 

HUNT, HELMS SET FIVE DEBATES H 2 7/11/84 E 

HUNT LATIN PLAN CORRECT; FISCAL HEALTH KFY Tn DCsrc ' ^ 2 7/11/84 C 

GROUP FORMS TO OPPOSE HFLMS "^"->» "(EY TO PEACE S 2 7/12/84 A 

HUNT MAKES IT TOUCH TO RE "TRJE DEMOCRAT' S 2 7/12/84 C 

MANTEO TO DRAW POLITICAL FOFS "'=""'-«'>' H 2 7/13/«4 A 

y^Ifnc'*"*'^ ""f" ^"'"-L POLITICAL OHNORS SILLY 5 2 7/13/84 C 

l^ilUt H27/14/84A 

BRING ON SENATE DEBATES S 2 7/14/84 A 

OFFICIAL HCLMS-HUNT DEBATE FORMAT (CARTOON! " 2 7/15/84 A 

HUNT PASSING UP CONVENTION SPEECH '""0°"' H 2 7/16/84 A 

HUNT MAY BE IN SPOTLIGHT H 2 7/16/84 B 

Hi?Iy'^,'''I'^TS '' HEPOIC HELMS IN LATEST TV AO ? 2 7/16/84 A 

5 t:;L^£KT"c'i^M iht.'-h'.H°-^.r,\kK"o)i'iUh "'" '^-^ "'^^'°'' " ' VAVAt t 

SENATOR HELMS OUTSPENOS HUNT ■■ ° "= ^ ' COMMERCIAL H 2 7/13/84 B 

HELMS, HUNT SEEK FUNDS OUTSIDE N.C. 5 2 7/18/"4 C 

SfiR^^ = c55roSf'^irH^iN^'"^^ UNDERSTANDING 5 | ^/[J/JJ C 

S5J?"^:AY'?^?f sA^r ''"'" "'^- ^^^°5 S I VAVAt 1 

HUNT TO SUE -THE LANDMARK,' AIDES VOW ' " 2 7/20/84 A 

EAST HAILS REAGAN ON ECHNOMY H 2 7/20/"4 B 

HUNT AND HELMS SCHEDULE F I RS T OF DEBATES FOR IIIIV JO "2 7/21/84 A 

fTh^\\^f^E^?iF2Jr!T^^fpJ^S'^= " C^S^E^Iir ^' I 2 ^^/2,/84 A 

^^si 'AviiiT: ;"d.\r°" °'^Hf'3EBA-?p;y?;^!:ELMs „" i y^i^.n i 

':'y wT^^CMS MUOSLINGIt.G NOT INFLUENCING VOTERS ■ " 2 7/27/84 A 

'PRINCIPLED ANCHORS' OF HUNT AND HELMS '"^^"^ • S 2 7/27/84 A 

?okMl'„S""T (^fT REAOY FOR DEBATE " 2 7/28/84 A 

GROUP OF HISPANIC AMERICANS E>JDORSES HELMS' fiF-FlcrrrnM " 2 7/28/84 A 

Sc^If.yfCMS TO SQUARE OFF IN T V DEBATE TOMnRSSu ' ™ " 2 7/28/84 A 

DEBATES HILL SEPARATE ISSUES f rqm MUD?I NcVSr ' 2 7/28/04 A 

^^^iyd'.VUZn''.h"Tok'rAd2i "'"^-^ce on some contributions k I ?;!3^.S5 2 , _ 

tJFrMT ft'?'!'S|5„I^'^ TCINE ON HUNT, RACE VS. HELMS 5 2 7/30/84 A 1 N J56 ^ 

HUNT CLAIMS DEBATE VICTORY; H= LMS RAP S FORMa r - 2 7/30/84 - ' - 

TIGHT CONTROL MARKEO DERATE FORMAT ; j 7/30/B4 

CAMPAIGN COSTS PURDEN HOPEFULS S 2 7/30/84 

S,4M ?i)(^5 HELMS FITS IN FIRST SENATE DEBATE 5 2 7/30/84 

"nsIDE^"^ TECHNICAL ERROR IN FAILING TO REPORT TRIPS ii | I^A^At 

AUGUST INSIGHT S 2 8/04/K4 . 3 u i 3" 

^vxu s5i575Hifi^^E^XTi':;'Vir '""= ^°^"" ""-"^ " I i/'si;?: c i ^ n' '^° • 

R.^.Pt'"^ FOLLOW-UP MISLEADING S 2 8/0*./8'. A 3 j I 

HUNT, HELMS '^PANGFL OVER LESF r^«;tll=<; S 2 9/06/S^ & i, \ H 

|;;iT.?^8^|N!S?tlbiD^;^"5?5Di°S3frD?F^?c'l" "i ?/0?/§W ? !! ' 

H',^^?.'^5^M"3H^?/gy^T^THE SO-IAL ycbllTY PLAN [J f f^lO^SJ ? 5 P N ^ 

S,°,t;?5;„fy^^ AIDES: AUG. 27 0E8ATE OEAO 5 2 8/14/84 B 8 = N E 

rt^^Jo^fil'CIZfS HELMS' FNVIRO'JMFNTAL RECORD " 2 6/15/84 A 1 N S 

SnX{''?^vf"Ic'-,5''^"'' 8«CKS HUNT Fgi'^c^SVi £ 2 8/16/84 A I P N C60 ^ 

SH^.l 1"},"^ 'S EAGER FOR DEBATES "- ""^ H 2 3/17/84 B 1 P N ■* 

HUI^T JWAITS NEXT DEBATE H 2 8/17/84 B 5 N « 

EOMISTEN DENIES OFFFRING INGR«M JOB "= 2 8/17/84 A 5 N T 

h: •w;^^'^^;?L'?SA^i\^a ^^Y^f^J.'^^sS LEAF COSTS "" B;I?^??? ?PN^ fl 

SmJ;!'"'''?'* 5f f'3« HUNT IN ROX^O^O ^ 2 8/20/84 A 4 E "I 

ummI' "ELMS SCHFDULF two debates fqp SEPTEMBER P ' 8/22/84 BIN j. 

"UNT, HELMS EXCHANGE CHARGES 3 N TOBACCO , TEXT II FS ^ 2 8/22/84 A 13 N Jl 

iPJ?9,^?°^^^ DONATION TO EDM IS TEN ■ S C AMP A IGN S 2 8/24/84 4 6 N T 

^'■^fliS^'l ^°ARD TO INQUIRE INTO DONATIONS ^ 2 8/25/84 A 1 N 4 

ISri^^i,!"?'"-" CALL IT THE JESSE-JAMES PACE. ICARTOON. H I 3/25/84 A 11 N j 

2v,'iM?K,?'J = ;^^r;;S''E^'5 ISSUES; ^UNT CALLED oUlSIVE " I 8'',27/84 A 4 T T R56 J 

WYOMING SENATOR APOLOGIZES TO HFLms ""viiivt H j 8/28/84 A 9 N 1 

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N E ELY 

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QUESTIONS FOR HUNT, HELMS " 2 'S/W/S'. 4 4 L 

HUNT MAKES "ODE SENSE H 2 9/20/"<. A i L 

MTNri4L£"S OAUGHTga AND FQBO T") CAMPair.N IN N.C. H 2 9/20/84 A 21 N 

TPLi'VISION ACTRESS: HUNT • CL E« R CHOICE' IN U.S. SENATE RACE H 2 9/21/n<. BIN S51 

HCLf^S SHOWEO RUIt'JESS H 2 9/21/e<. A <. L 

0F6AT = flS ARC OEBASriG H 2 9/21/R'. A 4 L 

SEN. HELMS "I'JBEHAVED H ? 9/21/R<. AIL 

HUNT GETS ENDORSEMENT OF STATi AFL-CIO H 2 9/21/B<, A 8 N 

FLAHERTY SAYS HU.<T HIDING A I R: R AF T- US -^ RECORDS H 2 9/2I/R<. A 15 N 

HUNT'S AIR RILL 113'i,93S: GO>/rR«OR STATES PAYMENT GENEROUS; FLAHERTY... H J 9/22/84 A 1 N 

CFLEBRITIES TAHE SIDES IN HUNT -HELMS RACE " 1 9/22/S4 B I N 

FORD VOICES HIS SUPPORT FOR h=LmS AND BEAGAN S 7- 9/2?/B'. A 2 N 

HUNT, HELMS TO TANGLE IN THIR5 DEBATE TODAY H 2 9/23/84 A 8 N 

H^LMS. HUNT TRADE HARD DERATE BLOWS H 2 9/24/84 A I N 

MS. FRANKLIN A PLUS FOR HUNT H 2 9/24/84 A 4 E 

HUNT: A LOUSE OR A LEADER' H 2 9/24/84 4 4 L 

MANY DURHAM RESIDENTS DIDN'T WATCH 3Rn OEBATf S 2 9/24/84 A I N J56 

HUNT, HFLMS DEBATE REAGAN. "GNOALE IN 3PD SPARRING MATCH S 2 9/24/84 A 8 p N 

HUNT-HELMS DEBATES: LACKING R= AL SUBSTANCE H ? I'l^,'''' •» , ' f, 

HELMS AND HUNT SPOKESMEN CRITICIZE CHALLENGES H 2 9/25/84 A 15 N 

HELMS BEGAN MEAN ADS H 2 9/26/84 A 4 L 

HUNT ANP HELMS SILENT ON SPECIAL PRESECUTORS S 2 9/26/84 C IP N 

HUNT AIDE CABLES HELMS A 'REVERSE RODIN HOOO' H 2 9/2T/84 C iV N 

HUNT DID WHAT WAS PROPER H 2 3/2^/84 A 4 E 

POLITICAL ADS DRAW CRITICISM S 2 J'J^/^'' <- 7 „ I^ . , n 

UPCQ^IING DEBATES WILL CLOSE G» P , MANATT SAYS H 2 9/29/84 A 1 P N L40 

GOP LEADER QUESTIONS HUNT ABOUT CAMPAIGN TRIPS H 2 9/21/64 A 8 N 

HUNT SAYS HELMS SCARED S 2 9/29/34 A IN J56 

WHY DON'T WE GO AFT=R POLITICIANS WHO MISUSE AIR WAVES? ICARTOONI H 2 10/01/84 A 4 T T R5A 

JIM HUNT'S ECONOMIC PLAN CALLED SHALLOW H 2 10/01/84 A 4 L 

DISGUSTED WITH HELMS H 2 10/01/84 4 4 L 

CSNOIOATES WAGE ADVERTISING BATTLE H 2 10/01/84 B 7 N 

HUNT HAS DONE GOOD JOB H 2 10/02/84 A ^ „ L ,„ 

FFRPARO PLANS V4LVAN0 COMEBACK S 2 ID/02/84 A 1 P N L38 

HUNT TV ADS RENEW ASSAULT ON HELMS AS CLOSET OPPONENT OF SOCIAL... H 2 10/03/84 4 8 N 

HUNT 'WRONG MAN' TO BE N.C. SHN4T0R S 2 10/03/84 A 4 L 

S'=NIOR CITIZENS GROUP B4CKS HELMS; HUNT GETS SOLAR LOBBY ENDORSEMENT H 2 10/04/84 A 6 N 

P«CS COVERING ALL SIDES H 2 !9^3l'i2? ? ? F 

RUNNING WITH TAX DOLLARS? " 2 10/05/84 A 4 L 

LIBERALS MEAN HIGH TAX DOLLARS H 2 10/05/84 4 4 L 

STATE LAYS CLAIM TO 46.000 ED1ISTEN CONTRIBUTION M 2 10/05/34 All N 

POLL SAYS HUNT IS LEADING HEL1S H 2 iS'^SJ^o? i 't ^ 

GOVERNOR RACE 'FINE" SENATE FIGHT 'A SH4M£' S 2 10/06/84 A 4 L 

POLL PLE4SES HUNT; HELMS QUES''IONS ITS CREDIBILITY H 2 !0/gy"4 A 8 N 

FALWELL'S PHARISEES CLOUD '84 ELECTION H 2 0/09/84 A 4 L 

HUNT IS CAGEY ABOUT HIGHER TAXES M 2 10/09/84 4 4 L 

REAGAN Takes credit for N.C. economy; young lauds DEBATE AS TURNING... H 2 10/09/84 A 13 N 

VOTE WALTER MONDAL E . . . ANO JIM HUNT...IA0I » 2 i2';2'',|'' ' ' 5 

KNOX DRAWS KNOCKS FRO" DEMOCRITS H 2 }°'}2^,i^ \i .^ 

HELMS. HUNT SQUARE OFF IN FINAL DEBATE SATURDAY H 2 10/10/84 4 12 N 

HUNT S4YS HELMS PLAYS TO NATION'S RADICAL RIGHT S 2 10/10/84 4 1 N 

KNOX'S PEAGAN ROlE: THE FINAL SEVERANCE H 2 10/10/84 A 4 E 

MARTIN WUIILO WELCOME KNOX END3RSc''ENT H 2 10/11/84 A 20 N 

FEC OKAYS GUIDELINES FOR hunt's PLANE USE , w 2 10/12/84 A3 N 

ADMINISTRATOR FOR HOLSHOUSER IREATES REPUBLICANS FOR HUNT H 2 10/12/84 A 14 N 

LAST OF THE HUNT-HELMS DEBATES M4Y ADD TENSION S 2 10/12/84 A 2 N 

SENATP CA-'PIIGN LEAVES -RS. HJNT FEW FREE HOURS S 2 10/12/84 C I N L38 

STUDENTS QUESTION GOVERNOR'S JIFE S 2 10/l2/°4 C I p N L38 

HUNT USED 'POOR JUDGMENT' ON AIRCRAFT, BUT DEBT MORE THAN RE P A I O- AUO I TQR H 2 10/13/84 4 5 N 

HUNT, HECS PREPARE FOR FINAL DEBATE H 2 10/13/84 A 7 N 

N.C. PARTISANS ARGUE ON REAGA'I'S AGE, WHO HON IN VP DEBATE H 2 I0/13/»4 A 7 N 

HUNT, HELMS PREPARE FOR LAST ^EB4TE S 2 10/13/84 A 1 N 

LAST HELMS-HUNT DEBATE MORE LTW-KFY H 2 l0/14/»4 A 1 N 

SPELL RELIEF H-l)-N-T7 H 2 10/I5/P4 A 4 L 

HUNT ADS -UNSUBSTANTIATED' H 2 10/1S/B4 4 4 L 

SPENDING ON SENATE RACE RE4Ch;S 520 MILLION LEVEL H 2 10/15/84 B 1 N 

study: helms GETTING MORE M0N=Y FROM OIL, GAS. CHEMICAL INTERESTS H 2 10/15/»4 E 1 N 

S20-MILLI0N SENATE RACE SHORTCHANGES N.C. VOTERS H 2 10/16/84 A 4 E 

HUNT-HELMS FUND RAISING NEAPS i20 MILLION H 2 10/14/84 BAN 

HUNT, HELMS COURT bL4CK VOTERS, EOMISTEN, H4RTIN BOOST TOURISM H 2 10/16/84 C 3 N 

SEND HUNT OUT TO GRAZE H 2 10/17/34 4 4 L 

HELMS HAS 'HAD ENOUGH. ..WILL » ETURN FIRE' H 2 JO'lJ''?'' ' ,° *•, 

BURGER DENIES REQUEST TO BLOC EEC'S CONSIDERING ROSE COMPLAINT H 2 10/17/84 4 12 N 

MEM0RI4L TO THE UNCOMMITTED VOTERS N.C. SEN4TE R4CE 1994 1C4RT00NI H 2 10/18/84 A 4 T T R56 

26 OF 31 DEMOCRATIC OAS ENDORSE EOMISTEN IN GOVERNOR'S PACE H 2 10/19/94 A 6 N 

HUNT CAMPAIGNS IN TEXTILE TcR7ITJRY, SAYS HELMS 'FAILED... H 2 10/18/94 4 13 N 

HUNT A ' BIG-SPENOING REACTIONARY' S 2 10/18/84 4 4 L 

HFLMS PROVOKES SENATE TO PUNISH STATE, HUNT SAYS S 2 10/13/84 A 5 N 

HELMS IS BEHIND TIMES " 2 10/19/84 A 4 L 

HUNT, HELMS TRADE BARBS ON TACTICS; MARTIN S4YS HE'D SCR4P F000...T4X H 2 10/19/°4 4 6 N 

DURHAM GROUP LOOKS AT MONEY ANO POLITICS H 2 10/19/84 A 18 N 

HUNT PRINGS CONVENTION CROWD TO FEET H ? 10/20/84 AS N 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ADS SAID ILLEGAL " 2 \'i'?.2',l'' ? !l [. 

INSTITUTE DISTRIBUTES FACTS UM HUNT, HELMS FINANCING S 2 0/20/84 4 15 N 

UNC SEEKS SBI PROBE OF 'GAY' THREAT H 2 0/20/84 CI N W36 

FORMER ASTRONAUT: HUNT UNDERSTANDS NEED FOR OEPFNSE H 2 10/21/84 B 10 N 

CDHSUMEPS ULTIMATELY PAY C0RP3R4TE T4XES H 2 10/22/84 4 4 L 

C4NDID4TES LACK CH4P4CTSR H 2 10/22/84 A 4 L 

120 MILLION BUYS A BLUSH S 2 10^22/84 A 4 E 

GLENN GIVES HUNT BOOST . S 2 0/22/34 A * ^ 

BAD TASTE COSTS MORE ICARTDONI H 2 10/23/84 A 4 T T L51 

SOCIAL SECURITY REMAINS TOPIC IN RACE BETWEEN HUNT, HELMS H 2 10/23/84 3 J N 

SOCIAL SECURITY REMAINS TOPIC IN SEN4T6 RACE H 1 lQ/23/94 C 1 *l, 

helms: hunt owes tao,ODP FQF «IPC"A'=r H l JO/24/84 P I P N 

governor: tobacco has 'TAKEN BEATING' H 1 10/24/84 B • " f* 

HUNT PROPOSES comprehensive ETUCATION PLAN S 2 jO/24/84 A 1 N 

SENIOR CITIZENS GROUP SUPPORTS DEMOCRATIC PARTY S 2 10/24/84 f 3 N 

HELMS URGES VOTER TURNOUT, 4G«IN LASHES OUT AT HUNT H 2 10/25/84 C 9 N 

HUNT OFFERS PLAN TO BOOST EDUCATION » 2 ;0/2S/84 C ? „ *^ „,, 

HELMS SAYS HUNT BEGAN CAMPAIG< DIRTINESS H 7 10/26/84 9 1 P N W36 

COWARDLY ACCUSERS SINK TO NEW LOW BE LETTERS S 2 iO/27/34 A 4 F 

STUDY PPUBtS CAMPAIGN FINANCE" S 2 10/27/84 A 14 N 

TWO GROUPS ANNOUNCE ENDORSEMENTS H 2 ;0/27/94 ' J '^ 

H-^LMS SAYS V0LUNI5ERS WILL WATCH POLLING PLACES H 2 10/27/84 A 9 N 

HUNT CALLS HELMS' POLL PLAN A; 'EFFORT TO SCARE PEOPLE' H 2 10/27/84 4 8 N 

HELMS' OUT-OF-STATE MONEY TOPS HUNT'S H 2 10/27/84 C 1 N L40 

ANALYSTS: PRESIDENTIAL RACE FADING IN N.C. H 2 10/29/84 A ^ N 

HELMS CITES FARM PANEL POWER IN TOUR OF EASTERN COU'ITIES H 2 10/28/84 E 3 N 

HUNT TELLS LEGION HE SUPPORTS VETS, MILITARY SPENDING H 2 !0/29/'4 B 3 N 

TO AVOID OEMJCRATIC OESTRUCTITM, LET REPUBLICANS RAISE TAXES 1C4RT00NI H 2 10/28/94 '• ^ J RS6 

HELMS C0MMERCI4L 'LIES' " 2 10/29/94 4 4 L 

JIM'S day: hunt relies ON PERS0N4L CONTACT H 2 10/29/84 A 10 N 

poll: hunt, helms UEadlCCkED in WILSON H 2 l0/29/°4 8 I N 
HUNT, HELMS approach CAMPAIGN WITH DIFFERENT STYLES S 2 !0''29/84 4 3 J 

HELMS 'T4LL IN THE SADDLE' S 2 10/29/94 4 4 L 

HELMS L4BELS HUNT C0NSUMM4IE LIAR, HAND-PICKED MJ^^ CF BIG UNION BOSSES H 2 10/3O/94 A 6 N 

HUNT SAYS HELMS USES SCARE TA:TICS on social SECURITY H 2 10/30/84 4 6 "J ,,„ 

ANDERSON: 'RIGHT' IS WRONG S 2 10/30/94 C 1 N L38 

POLLS SHOW HELMS 4HEA0 S 2 10/30/84 C 6 N 

THIS INSANE CAMPAIGN STILL MATCHES GOOD MEN H 2 10/31/84 A 4 E 

HUNT IS WISHY-WASHY ON ABORTION ISSUE H 2 [S'l}';"'' ' ' „ F 

IT'S PRINCIPLE VS. POLITICS . , "2 10/3/84 A 4 L 

HUNT HITS MUOSLINGING, HELMS 3ANISHES JOURNALIST H 2 (0/31/84 A 11 N 

TRAVELING THE LOW ROAD S 2 10/3 'P'' A 4 E 

JIM HUNT 'CLEAR CHOICE' FOR N.C. S 2 lO/S;/;'' ' ' J; 

HUNT SAYS CONGRESS SHOULD LIMIT CAMPAIGN SPENDING S 2 10/31/94 A 15 N 



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HF^i^ VSI'Pf^M^brl;^'''-*" '■0 '-"IMIOATF RLACK VOTERS 

c?i-JI"^Ji;. f9S, SELL CONTROVERSY 

FAITHt POLITICS JO MIX 

I??„9'^"f P'KTIES HAVE CANOID'TES IN SENATE rnNTe<;r 

•SE^"lER?y^'? H^SN'?Sr.^aT°A^ T^ISe'I: '^'"'^' ^^^"'^ 

CARTER LIBERALS LOVE TO TAX 

2=r'Z,'-*^??Pf ^ 'f' OPPONENT -HAS DONE NiCTHING POSITIUF- 

v^tels^f ';L\?i^cl"SSfs^fSR^ ^o?^o'.° "^""^ °'""^^'°^^^ 

S5N^f'ic=H^guT^i''^A;:^:;"i^'i5Ki»'^sy"sj^oAv 

O'LLUP POLL SHO'JS SEnStEr2cE STILL DeJolPCKED 

SE';:Si?'„^5NS';5AV^%?N°5L'^^?fc'iE°P '"'' 
SUPERSTITIOUS HUNT OKaWS PACU'D HOUSE 
HUNT GETS ROUSING OURHA>( CROW 

llJnEE?rt5,*'*JcTf!;''5%"'"''^'^= CIMPAIGN FOB SENATc COSTLIEST 

UNOFFICIAL RETURNS FROM OUKHA'< COUNTY PRFCINrT; '-'■'ilLltbl 

DURHAM BUCKS TRFND, VOTES FOR OEMOCRAT? 

DEMOCRATS MIN IN DURHAM COUNTY "'^^ 

LOYALTY TO PRINCIPLES WAS KEY. HFIM? ^avc 

fOR HELMS AMD HUNT.WhJt hJpp?NS next! ^ 

OEMOCPATS REVELRY TURNED To T^ARS TUESDAY NlrHT 

GOV. HUNT, FUTURE UNCERTA I N, T AKE S A WEEK • ? RRF.K 

NEITHER MONDALE, HUNT CAN BE : ONS I DER ED LOSER S 

2?Fui."liS -"" "UNT'S DEMOCRATIC PALS' '-°^^'*^ 

Pftn^, STRUGGLE WASN'T AGAINST N.C. PRESS 

fTkri'vY^?lM^?^^iEfS?l^;uS?%?^.^T'°^°™""^'-^'' 
INS I DE 

"f^^lL'/.'s'lUol'^H?. !i!Srg^ f3'Tl!?''5Ei^TP^ff!T^Sr"'^^ 

s^rs^^^^^iAj? f5*^Rail^s?!jE; """" ^-'"^^™^" -°^^" 
SsSiH?:nJ:or^h;f:o:f^^srurPoii'f^^ 

HELMS-HUNT. TORNADOES ARE t6p NOR?S cZr°SlINA STORIES FOR l,a<. 

""'''H^i^riri °'sJB?eH^p|^^^Si^lN A MESS 

SyKI 'sIeI '4tit'i.lUl°'.ul,°V..r- °'"^'^'^^ BENEFITS 
SOCIAL SECURITY STOPS SHOULD ^lOT PE ARBTTRaoy 

"nyRi E'55fx,;!riE^?&i'hH S'loV K =^«'"^ 

NEW STATE PROGRAM HELPS THE DI SABLEO 



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HUNT, JAMES P. JR., SPEECHES 

HUrjT WARNS ABOUT TRIANGLE GRnuTH 
HUNT TO SPEAK AT CIVIC CENTER 

DEMOCRATS ;rGe'-CALm"°°'' ""^ * "= "' ''" ^OUADS 
HUNT SCHEDULES DURHAM SPEECH 

H'E';!;s'S2??^s^N^^^pi?tH*""'"-' "^ "' '^ B.LLio. 

S5^N"T^:ASSt'JigX4l^j/g,-^;iJ,;'L^ 

flUf*M''l"5 AT UNC'S BIRThSay 
UNC CELEBRATES 191ST BIRTHDAY 
HUNT: OXFORD LOOP CONTRACT TO BF AWARDED TN DEC 

ti!JKPwyR^sSgk!Si^^;g,!kr^,=g«AKHEiH!rcu??" 

HUNT, JAMES B. JP., STAFE 

™JJI„P,IS AVOWS HOW-TO-BOW-OUT memo 

GOVERNOR SHOULD FIRE AIDE 

HUNT MAKES STAFF CHANGES 

PUBLIC SCRUTINY CAUStD HUNT'S ACT OF CONTRITION 
»WT, Ji^p B. JR., STATE EMPLOYEES 

i*r^';ll,^'^'''-OYEES HONORED 

^N&lN?/J'51??Ji!!S,/ir'°'' ""^=" 

K gj^hp^irm JS? S?;!E'^F85^?iUSrRs^'"^ ^-^"^"^ 

16 STATE GOVERNMENT MANAGERS -,ETAi;aROS 
HUNT, JAMES P. JR., TAXES 

N.C. TAXPAYERS DON'T FORGET 
HELMS' COM.MERCIAL CRITICIZED 

clF ;?l^«i°'^'"™™o^'"-°--3^ °' '" ''''"' 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB AOS SAID ILLEGAL 
HUNT, JAM 
HUNT 



HUNT 
HUNT 
LEAF 
HUNT 
HUNT 
KOOP 
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N.C. 
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E? P. JR., TOBACCO 
^?vl ^y''J!S,''„'„''"'' TOBACCO PROGRAM 
uSGis"[.SW^S°Q.5"?5?gjTJ8'fi^A? '"«^""' "- SENATE 

SAYS TOBACCO FOE SHOULD 9E FIRED 

"S^'T RESPOND TO CRITICl'S ^° 
5,?5'^.^,9 ^^ "U^ '<ORE LEAF 
TICIANS AT LEAF SALES 

'TSRi?rn^c9i,I^9''E.'='-UE-CU?En TOBACCO SALES 
:'?SSS^?0^i^VSIoSr^rsSj:j^^^"^^° ^°« ''^"S "" 

^riL^^^d^illcl^ln;^'' •" ^"^ COSTS 

ceo SUPPURT AID NEEDED, EXPERTS SAY 



HUNT, JAMES B. JP., TRAVEL 
AN APPROPRIATF PRELUDE 

HUNT COMMEMORATES VOYAGES TO JOANOKF 
T4lrclV,l Sgl'?5,^?"S21^S&?k?fm5^N ENGLAND 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., VOLUNTEERS 

'.-H COUNCIL GIVEN 12,7 MILLIO-( GRANT 

HUNT, JAMES B. JR., WATER 

HELMS ACCUSES HUNT OF 'DEAL' DN PIPE I IMF 
BRING WITNESSES FORWARD. JESSE ^ 



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•^.C, V». GOV^RNOOS AT cms AT PIPELINE HEARING 

HUNT !>AC<EJ OUT ON PIPELINE 0' AL 

VIkGI"IA BEACH'S SUIT CLAIMS ^UN^ Ar.aEED TO BACK PIPELINE POOJECT 

JIM HUNT ROLLING A PIPE FROM THE LA^E GASTQN PIPELINE ICARTOONI 

GOVERNOR OEEENDS his USE OF STATE HELICOPTERS. PLANE 

HELMS' AIDE SAYS HUNT WOULD Sr LL LAKE -ATER 

HELMS' AIDE SATS nPCUMENT PROVES HUNT FAVORED PIPELINE 

SEVERAL ISSUES CAUSING FRICTHN 3ETMEEN N.C.. VA. 

HUNT VOWS TO PRESS LAKE GASTO'* PIPELINE SUIT 

HUNT. JAMES f. SR. IGOV. HUNT'S FATHER) 

BLAZE OAMAiES BOYHOOD HOME OF GOV. HUNT 

HUNT. JOHN ROY lOECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HUNT. KENNETH L. 

HALT SHOPPING CENTERS 

HUNT. LUCILLE ELIZABETH (CHAPEL HILLl lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HUNT. MARVIN IHGUNT HOLLY I 

2 TEE'JS CHARGED IN DEATH 

TWO TEENS CHARGED IN SLAYING 

HUNT. MARY LAWS lOECEASEOI 
0?lTUArtY 

HUNT. OLIVER BRANTLEY IPPISONcRI 

*LAM*NCE PRISON INMATE ESCAPES 

HUNT, PATRICIA STANFORD 

CnuRT OKS IMMORALITY 

HUNT. RALPH (BPOAOWAYI 

DURHAM SEEKS EVALUATION OF PU?LIC SAFETY PROGRAM 
MONROE: COMMITTEE TO BACK RAL=H nUNT 
13TH DISTRICT STATE SENATE CA10IDATES 

HUNT. RALPH IDURHAM CITY COUNCILl 
HUNT WON'T PUN 

EVALUATION ASKEO FOR PSO PROG' AM 
HUNT. HANCOCK FILE FOR SENATE 
* MORE CANDIDATES FILE 

CITY COUNCIL MAY OELAY PEAL WITH ^IRM ON POAO 
STATE SENATE RACE LOOKS CROWO=0. TOUGH 
CANDIDATE OPPOSES DEATH PENALTY 

ELECT RALPH A. HUNT STATE SENATOR: A ><AN FOR THE PEOPLE I ADVERT I SEMENT I 
PEOPLF'S ALLIANCE BACKS SPAUL1ING 
SENIOR CITIZENS BACK SPAULOI'C. 
INCUMBENTS SPEND "CRE THAN OPPONENTS 
SENATE HOPEFULS BACK PROTECTION OF LAKES 
CANDIDATES VARY ON 2N0 PRIMARY 

VOTERS' ALLIANCE ENDORSES KNO« . SPAULDING. HUNT 
DEATH PENALTY VIEWS APE GIVEN 
ISSI'ES PROLIFERATE IN 13TH DISTRICT RACE 
DURHAM COMMITTEE UNVEILS SIX ENDORSEMENTS AT RALLY 
COMMITTEE INDICATES SUPPORT FOR CANDIDATES 
HUNT. ROYALL TQP N.C. SENATE FIC|.n 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FJR STATE SENATE 
HANCOCK VOWS SUPPORT FOR WINNERS HUNT, POYALL 
SEARCH TO BEGIN SOCN FQP HUNT REPLACEMENT 
WINNEPS AND losers: BOTH OESE'VE PLAUDITS 
HUNT MiY ANNOUNCE RESIGNATION TONIGHT 
CITY PANEL TO SEiK HUNT REPLAIEMENT 
RALPH HUNT TO RESIC* FROM COUNCIL DEC. 17 
HUNT SEARCH COMMITTEE NAMED 
4 ORANGE ELECTIONS UNCONTESTEO 
APPLICATIONS PEINC- TAKEN 

TMREE-BLUC COALITION EYES SAL'S TAj FIGHT 
CITY COUNCIL PARES ITS LIST OF CANDIDATES 
HAZARDOUS WASTE FIRM MAY SHUT ITS DOORS 
GEORGE S. NIXON NAMED TO SEAT ON CITY COUNCIL 
NIaON REPLACES HUNT ON COU.NCI. 

NIXON HAS "!IG Shoes to fill- o-: city council 

THREE council MEMPERS GET A'S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 

HUNT. RICKY (1010 ALMA ST. I 

DURHAM "AN GIVES UP AFTER 5TAV00FF 

HUNT. WALTER (OECEASEQI 
OBITUARY 

HUNT. WANDA 

CAREY FILES IN ORANGE 

wANOA HUNT PLANS RACE FOR lfcT^ DISTRICT SEAT 

RFP. HUNT FILES FOR RE-ELECTI;n 

STATE SENATOR IS HONORED 

sTANFOkO Challenges in isth uist. 

MRS. hunt IRKED. STANFORD PER<ED BY 'LEAST EFFECTIVE' SENATOR RATING 

CAUCUS MEMBERS ENDORSE ENCUMAJN^S 

MPS. HUNT. WALKEfi leaO IN DISTRICT 16 

LOSER. WINNER BOTH DISAPPOINTED 

ONE 16TH OISTRICT WINNER DISAPPOINTED 

COBEY. ANDREW; AGREE OFTEN, AVOID DEBATE AT POLITICAL FORUM 

THREE VIE FOR 16TH DISTRICT SEATS 

1»>IH DISTRICT RACE CONTESTED 

WALKER. HUNT LEAD IN N.C. SENATE RACE: INCOMPLETE RETURNS SHOW RICH... 

SENATE INCUMBENTS RETAIN ScATI 

HUNT, WALKER: REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR NO THREAT 

HUNT, WILLIAM JR. 

ATTACK WAS 'PSYCHIC T=RO0RISM' 

'HUMANIST' FAVO°S STUDENT FREEDOM 

TRY ANNIHILATING THE POOR TO : NO THEIR PROBLEMS? 

HUNT, WILLIAM LANIER 

FOR CLONIAL 10TANISTS: N.C: A GARDEN OF DELIGHTS 
APS hEEkENO auction OFFERS BEOS, BEO. BEOS 

HUNTER. CAMILLA 

council PANEL CONDEMNS IRAN FOR PERSECUTION 

MUf'TFR. CHARLES A, JR. 

FARM DEREGULATION SHOULD BE G' ADUAL 

HUNTER. CURTIS 

HUNTER'S THORNS AND ROSES 

CURTIS HUNTER'S TIME FINALLY :OMES AT CAROLINA 

THE CATALYSTS: THESE PLAYERS COULD BE INGREDIENTS That make TEAMS COOK 

HUNTER. J. RANDALL lOlSTRICT COURT JUDGE I 
JUDGE NAHEO 

HUNTER. JIM "CATFISH" (BASEBALL PL^YERl 















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•CATFISH- PLEASEO WITH VOTES "09 HALL 
EX-MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYERS TO PITCH FOR 



HUNT, HELMS 

HUNTER, RICHAkO F. 

MAN OFFFRED UARREN POST 

HUNTER, VICTOR aERNARO 

PUBLIC SAFETY RECRUIT ARRESTE'i 

HUPMAN, WILLIAM R. "BOB" (ME3ANEI 
GARDNER ELECTED ME8ANB mayor 

HURLBEOT, r.oCDON C. 

CPtL DIRECTORS FILL VACANCY OS ROARO 

HURLEY, TAROLYN 

COUNTY OPENS HEART TO AID MUR:10CH DRIVE 

HURLEY, KENNETH COFCEASEDI 

DANVILLE MAN IS BEING HELD IN N.C. SLAYING 

HURSEY, JOHN HADE 

MOTORIST WITH a PRIORS DRAWS 3 MORE DWIS 
HURST, JOY M. 

WHY DIFFERENT CHARGES FOR SUMMER SCHOOL? 
HURST, VIRGINIA FLETCHER 

TWU HURT Ai WRECK BRINGS CHASE TO END 

HURT, ELLEN 

ATTEMPT TO ABDUCT GIRL FAILS 

HUSKETH, DOUGLAS LEE 

DURHAM MAN SHOT IN ESCAPE ATTEMPT 

"""^-^Bl^flk^i' "" .DECEASED. 

HUSKEY, DAMON (RUTHEPFORO CO. SHERIFF! 
PETITION TO OUST SHERIFF DROPPED 
RUTHERFORD SHERIFF SUBJECT OF MOVIE 

HUSKEY, ROY 

HOW A FAMILY ARGUMENT LED TO TRIPLE SLAYING 

SLAIN TROOPER'S SISTER: M PRaV1.:THAT tAis HAN WILL DIE- 
HUSKINS, J. P. (STATF5VILLE I 

SHOULD N.C. RENEW EFFORTS TO SEEK ALTERNATIVE ENERGY? 
HUSSEI'I, KING (JORDANI 

KING HUSSEIN AT THE SUICIDE KING (CARTOON) 

HUTCHINS, EVERETTE IROXBOROI — - 

BOOZE HURTS OTHER 

HUTCHINS. GENEVA (RUTHERFOROrONI 

SHE CHANGED MIND ABOUT DEATH "ENALTY 

HUTCHINS, HERVEY ADAM lOECEASEDI 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN WRFCK 

AUTO ACCIDENT KILLS ORANGE COUNTY MAN 
HUTCHINS, JAMES 

f9'^SL!^°'''''' 5T0P FXECUTION OF N.C. MAN 

LAWYERS WORKING TO BLOCK JAN. 13 EXECUTION IN ,1 r 

j,«WYERS FOR HUTCHINS S EEK DFL% Y OF JAN. 1 3 EXECUTION 

DEATH PENALTY OPPONENTS PL AN V I G I L S I N N. C. 

SHE CHANGED MIND ABOUT DEATH ^ENALTY 

HUTCHINS ASKS DEATH BY INJECTION 

HUTCHINS CHOOSES METHOD OF BX=CUTION 

HOW A FAMILY ARGUMENT LED TO TRIPLE SLAYING 

DOUG INJECTION BRINGS OU ICK D= ATH ^'-"""' 

Sm??5!JI°';' '"'"- PLANNED FOR ^xECUTION 

c"o"i^V':j^Y'SEirS!l'reS!Nl'."cy|E^*^ NEIGHBORS ON DEATH ROW 

HUTCHINS NOT EATING 

EXECUTION ROUTINE OJTLIMED 

HUTCHINS REFUSES MOST MEALS OM DEATH ROW 

NO RELATIVES REQUEST VIEW OF ?XECUrio" 

SLAIN TROOPER'S SISTER: 'I PR«Y...rHAT THIS MAN Mil f nrc, 

r^fSI:',"r,l''.ECyTinN SPURS DEBATE ON DEATH PENALTY '■'■ '^ 

iiirahT?SVNS'ip?lAr;i5f^lg ■"' "^^"""^ ^«C^t0N%R 

OPPONENTS ATTACKING EXECUTION 

THEY PRAVE COLO, HOPE FOR L I F= 

HUTCHINS IS GRANTED STAY: uis. 

= c?^o!-^'''J'*'5""f'<'' LACKS CLEA? "ANDATE 

Si^[?^riE?^ l^rTSTE^T^'jESt^n" ""^ "°^"^° ''' "'"^ 

sj^cHfs^^^^TrNr^i'^yii?^^^!! r,jr,i:'T»"^T»i .0 minutes 

„^icS-,3^?%^^L^f?v"?sWlul^l^ETi!,'^p'? 2 "-^"- -'- ---^ CASES 

? i SR?"f?S"S"sE^''?g^?3^wL^%*JJJ'J?^0NS 
^?^T2°fL?'?^r£'>" T*^E FINAL M3MENTS? 

J,^SJisfMgcS''!^^'^R"„^^fc"i?NS?\x^V°S7.iN^ 

?u^TCH?^^'jiEc^iit?^^ R^^^T ?:i.'^,iii'\r-'^"^^''^ 

icdMWV'''J5"''ENT LAWS TOO ILL-OEFTMEO 

s.w;^Y"i^rNh"?r!?i r.'AhE:^T/^i;:A7?PnEBATE 

^SvlRfeSS'^SIl^fs^iU^T^S? lilV''" '" ^""^°N'T EXPECT TO BE PAIO 

JUDGE RAPS EXECUTION DATE SYSTEM 

riL^'SIf ^"^ HUTCHINS HAS RELENTED 

THE FINAL PUNISHMENT 

CLEMENCY REVIEW SOUGHT 

IHKEE EXECUTIONS SCHEOULEn IN N.C. niiPTNr madtu 

MURDER CRUEL AND UN jOsT, NOT ^ XEcClT?o5 "^ ^""^" 

sJaJI l?^u^t°I5S'$"L OF HUTCHINS' REOUFST 

STATE FIGHTS BID TO UPSET HUT"HINS Mlipncu ccwTCMrc 

iunrf If?!'^^^!^ FEB. 10 HEArI'IG ON My??HIN5 ^'^"'-' 

Htj?^Hr^^!'EEN!?D i?w"'lR*?ir '" ™^'^"""^ ""'<°" CASE 

rii'-yj'S'* CHAMBER READY AT CENTRAL PRISON 
THE CHURCH'S 'YES' AND 'NO' OM EXFClirinN 
fV^C?i'^5; LAWYERS SEE BUSY WEEK 
LAWYERS FOR HUTCHINS SE^K EXF-UTION [IFI IV 
HUTCHINS' LAWYERS TO RMUFST (EV EW BY f3 r 
COURT REFUSES TO HEAR HUTCH NS' CASE 



JUDGE HALTS 
MANDATE 



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EXECUTION OF HUTCHINS 00 
LAWYERS EXPFCT MORE tXEC 
SOCIETY -GUILTY' IN HUTC 
CITICISM OF LAnYERS' bat 
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MAKE EXECUTIONS PUBLIC 
GOVERNOR UPHELD LAM 
ARTICLE ON HUTCHINS' EXE 
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HUNT: DECISION ON BARFIE 
HUTCHINS EXECUTION ENDED 
HELMS-HUNT, TORNADOES AR 



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ESN'T tNO QUESTIONS 

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CUTIO^ CLARIFIED 

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LO MAS NONPOLITICAL 

22-Y"AH HIATUS 
E TOP NORTH CAROLINA STORIES FOR I9n4 



HUTCHINSON, CARL WILLIAM SR. lOECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



HUTCHINSON. _ 
SCHOOL E 
COUNTY 5 
HUTCHINS 
OEDICATI 

HUTH, S- U. ) 
OFFICER 



YNN (nuR. CO. TEACHER OF THE YEAR! 

OARO TRAVEL POLICY VlfWED AS POSITIVE STEP 

CHOOL BOARD APPROVES "OLICY ON MONEY FOR MEETINGS 

ON IS TEACHER UF YEAR 

ON BEARS FRUIT 

DURHAM PSO) 

GETS TRAFFIC TICKET 



HUTSON. RRODIE FRANKLIN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



HUYCK. CAROL 
CHILD-CA 

HWANG, HSUEH 
OUR HA" R 

HY«TT, J. MAP 
5 LAWYER 

HYOe, HARRY t 
9USTING 

HYDE, NINA 

FASHION 
BILL BLA 

HYDE, WILLIAM 
OBITUARY 

HYER. MARJOrtlE 
THE WAY I 

lACONO, Ru^EP 
DR. lACO 
A RARE 



(CHILD CARE NETWORKS INC.) 
RE AGENCY ALREADY IN DEMAND 

JUNG 

ESTAURANT MANAGER CHANGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT 

LENE ( WAYNESVILLE) 

S NOMINATED FOR JUDGESHIPS 

MECHANIC I 

HIS HYDE: VETERAN GRA>(0 NATIONAL CREW CHIEF RETURNS. 

savvy: dress SPFLLS 5JCCESS FOR BLASS, STUTZ 

ss shares his fashion ideas at duke 
zackery (oeceaseoi 



T P. DR. 

NO 'A RARE SPECIES' 

OCTOR 



ICKES. FRED 

DURHAM PLANNER TAKES A NEW JO'l 

CITY NEARS COMPLETION OF GROWTH PLAN 

lOEKEK, RAYMOND F. 0= . 

COMPUTERS TO HASTEN DUKE CARDIAC RESEARCH 

IGOE, LYNN 

ID YEARS GO INTO AkT BOOK 

ILLINGMORTH, PHILIP J. 

HIGHER PAY WON'T MEAN BETTER TEACHERS 

ONE EXPLANATION OF FEDERAL RESERVE 'FARCE' 

STOP PROBLEMS BEFORE THEY MUSHROOM 

NATION NEEDS A REAL TWO-PARTY SYSTEM , 

MATCH FOR POPULISTS 

INGENTHRON, KARE'I (ACTRESS! 

• 'OUR TOWN' ACTRESS HIDES FEELINGS 

INC-LE, UAN (ELON COLLEGcl 

tLON COLLEGE hires '(EW POLICE CHIEF 

INGRAM, DAVID (GOLEERI 

THE LOSER IS A WINNER 

I«IGRA'"S PAR PUTT CLIPS COFFHSN: DUKE GOLFER SNARES CROWN... 

INGRAM EDGES COFFMAN IN PLAYOFF 

INGRAM TAKES OCI TITLE 

INGRAM WINS OCI TOURNEY 

INGRAM, '"■IMI 

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES' MIV'S CAMPAIGNING, TOO 

INGRAM. JACK (RACE CAR DRIVER) 

VETERAN INGRAM CLAIMS SIXTH VICTORY OF YEAR IN MILLER 300 AT OC S 

INGRAM, JAMES VERNON (DECEASFO) 
O'^I TUARY 

INGRAM, JIM (UNC-CH) 

DUKE ECONOMIST LINKS TRADE DEFICITS TO STRONG ECONOMY 

INGkAM, JOHN 

COUNSEL TO 3E HIRED IN GUARANTY DISPUTE 

INGRAM ENTERS RACE 

INGHAM FdFS FOR GOVERNOR'S RACE 

INGRAM WO'I'T APPEAL RULING ON SPENDING 

INGRAM NAMED (N LAWSUIT 

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THE OUI^T JEMOCPATS 

V'|Ai'?i?s^SiAVJ^o'>aT?i;T'1^""'^^ 

i?^?J,2J^"'5SeS INGHAM APPEAL 

INjSArSXS:^iLV?£l"" 0°'«"l?,gulT5^?^^' S^ '"' INSURA«ci INDUSTRY. 

JUSTICE <=INALLfpP%JiiLS°YN'ViL%*C^Si3'5£[!;a'i^l" ""'"'" 
INGRAM, KENNETH R. (REAL ESTATE RliTKCOi 

REAL ESTATE AGENT CENsIrEO B?"!nEL 
INGRAM, HOV L. or. 

t?5?c"ih'-S5S PEAT THAN ESTIHSTFD 
STATE HAS LESS PEAT FUEL THAN EST IMATED 
INGRAM. THOMAS LEE {flRUNSWirK rn i 
MAN SURRENDERS 05drSg"hAKGE 
INGRAM, H. T. 

HIGHER DOWNTOWN PARKING FEES 3 I SCRI >II NATE 
INHAN, JOHN IGOLFEB i 

LOVE DEFEATS IN«AN 

!N!;SK-r?rS3f§s^^E'So'ST\c'^iI^ '' "'^'^ ''^^' 

VnSIS k'i^r "'"^ fi"* golf'^cr^wn 



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inskip, sonny 

KNIGHTS BURY ROCKETS IN WRESTLING -SHOWDOWN. 
IPOCK, IRENE 

CARE FOR ELDERLY INADFOUATE 

''""hnVr'u'.ll ■• 'DECEASED. 

OBITUARY 

IRVIN, J. LUGAN OR. • 

DR. IRVIN, UNC PROF, DIES 

UR. J. LOGAN IRVIN, UNC PROFESSOR 
IRVIN, LEWIS ROGER JR. (CHAPEL HTn 1 

^s^^^^E-ihkRS^^^K^s^isy^v^:;^-" 

"*^"^S;;„^P';"^."*o«ELisTi 

OF PEARS AND WRI TERS 

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20-PERS0N SURVEY NOT REVEALIN3 

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ISENHOUR, FONA 

ARTICLE WAS ACCURATE ON CRIME IN PROJECTS 
ISGETT, BERNIE 

HOSPITAL official: NO NEED FO? MINOR SURGERY CLINIC 
ISLER, WALTER COY -'-"^IL 

ELDERLY DESERVE HONESTY, COURTESY 
ISLEY, E. T. (VANOEMEREI 



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PAGE 166 
1/14/95 



RELIGION AND POLITICS SHOULD " I X 

ISPIAL. JEHQ iAOAK 

MAN CHA06E0 IN ROBBFRY 

ITANOf PATTI GRAHAM IHERALD-SUN LPRASIANl 

CCNVE'iriONAL nETAILS MAKE SENSITIVE STORY 
GIFTED WRITER PENS MNIERESTIMG FAILURE- 

IVESi PURL (SINGERl 

FOLKS AROUNO HERE: LIFE IN DURHAM 

Ives. ELUAaeiH sparrow ioeceasedi 

OBITUARY 

IVES. PAGE HOWE 

DUKE SENIOR NAMED TO SERVE AS TRUSTEE 
SENIOR IS NAMED TRUSTEE 

IVES. WES (KNOX CAMPHGNI 

POLITICAL ADVISERS: BUSINESS. 



FRienOSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY. 



IVFY, E. RACKLEY 

2 OURHA" MEN FILE FOR SENATE 

IVEY SEEKS STATE POST 

INCUMBENTS SPEND MORE THAN OPPONENTS 

SENATE HOPEFULS BACK PRflTECTIlN OF LAKES 

CANDIDATES VARY ON 2ND PRIMARY 

DEATH PENALTY VIEWS ARE GIVEN 

ISSUES PROLIFERATE IN 13TH DISTRICT RACE 

13TH DISTRICT STATE SENATE CA10IDATES 

HUNT. ROYALL TOP N.C. SENATE FIELD 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FOR STATE SENATE 

HANCOCK TO BACK ROYALL AND HU>1 T 

HANCOCK VOWS SUPPORT FOR WINNERS HUNT. ROYALL 

IVEY. EVA BELLE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

IVINS. CINDY 

IT WAS THEIR OWN DAY. SAY THESE NEWLYWEDS 

IVORY, JAMES (FILM DIRECTaRl 

FILM niRfcCTOR JAMES IVORY TO VISIT DUKE 

FILMMAKER TO SPEAK 

MOVIE DIRECTOR SAYS: M HAVEN'T MADE THINGS I DIDN'T WANT 10' 

IVORY, JOHN THOMAS (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

IWANIEC. J. JACK 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NAMED A ST*NB«CK 



IYENGAR, N.K. 
DOCTORS 



JABOULET. GER 
JABOULET 



JACKSEN, ALDE 
COUNCIL 



JACKSON, ALFC 
OFFICERS 



JACKSON, ANGF 
OBITUARY 



JACKSON, CHAR 
OBITUARY 



N. OR. 

COMING TO U.S. COST nolA BILLIONS 

ARD (WINE MAKER! 
CONTINUES » FAMILY TRADITION 

N (TRIANGLE CARDINALS! 

BANS FOOTBALL AT ATHLETIC PARK 

NSU 
FIND WOUNDFD MAN IN STREET 

LA OENISE (OECEASEOI 

LIE FLETCHER REV. (HILLSBOROUGH! (OFCFASEDI 



JACKSON, OUDL 
FIRE HIT 



JACKSON, GARL 
SPLEEN I 



EY (CHAPEL HILL! 

5 CHAPEL HILL RESIDENCE 

AND LEE 

NJURY LEADS TO MAN'S OEATH; ARREST MADE 



JACKSON, GENE 
JACKSON 



(CHAPEL HILL! 
GETS UNC POST 



JACKSON, JACO 
MRS. JAC 



UELINE 0ESHA20R (DECEASED! 
KSON, 75. A BUSINESSWOMAN 



JACKSON, JAMES BENNETT (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

JACKSON. JAMES WALLACE 

MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

JACKSON, JESSE L. REV. 

JESSE JACKSON EAVESDROPPING CARTOON! 

ONE-MAN, UNOFFICIAL DIPLOMACY A POOR lOFA 

PRESIDENT MIGHT BENEFIT FROM JACKSON'S VENTURE 

JESSE JACKSON AS SYRIA'S PUPPiT (CARTnoNI 

PROFESSOR SAYS COMMON POINTS SET FLIER FREE 

JESSE JACKSON DFSERVES PLAUDITS OF ALL 

HELMS ULA5TS JACKSON'S MISSIOM 

'...KEV. JACKSON.. ..00 YOU PLAN TO BRING THE TROOPS. . .FROM LEBANON.. 

JACKSON BURIED ON PAGE 6 

JACKSON OPENS A NEW CHAPTER 

REV. JESSE JACKSON ISN'T THE APOSTLE PAUL 

GIVE HIM CREDIT 

MR. JACKSON STRIKES SOUR NOTE 

LIBERATION THROUGH KNOWLEDGE 

JFSSE MISTREATED 

WHAT IF REAGAN TALKED LIKE JACKSON? 

JACKSON ASKED TO HAVE NAME ON N.C. BALLOT 

JESSE JACKSON INVITED TO JOIN N.C. PRIMARY 

ACT UNIVERSITY N(JT MODEST APOJT TWO OF ITS ALUMNI 

BEWARE JACKSON'S BEDFELLOWS 

CHAVI5 CRIIICIZ6S JEWISH GROUP AGAINST JACKSON 

MAN. ..WONDERING WHETHER TO SUPPORT JESSE JACKSON (CARTOON! 

JESSE'S BLUNDER FORGIVEN? 

WHO'S MR. JACKSON HURTING? 

JACKSON TO GIVE COMltNCEMENT SPEECH AT ACT 

JACKSON OFFICE TO OPEN 

JACKSON SWEEP PREDICTED 

JACKSON TO CAMPAIGN IN N.C. 

JACKSON'S OFFICE OPENS 

ANDREW YOUNG PRAISES JACKSON'S VOTER APPEAL 

CHANTS AREN'T ENQU&H 

JACKSON OFFICE TO OPEN 

JACKSON'S CHAPEL HILL OFFICE OPENS 

MEDIA IGNOKEO JACKSON 

INGRAM LASHES 'TIG-CITY' NEWSPAPERS 

HART, JACKSON PLAN TO STUMP IN STATE 



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P F 


J40 


S 2 


6/20/84 


C 




N 


S80 


H 2 


5/21/84 


B 




N 




H 2 


5/13/84 


B 









H 2 


1/24/84 


B 









S 1 


3/09/94 


C 




N 




H 2 


9/07/94 


A 




N 




S I 


6/25/94 


c 




N 




H 2 


4/01/84 


B 









H 2 


7/15/84 


B 


2 







H 2 


2/29/94 


B 


5 


N 




H 2 


1/07/94 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 


S 2 


1/04/94 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


l/05/°4 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


1/05/94 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 


5 2 


1/05/94 


C 


6 


N 




H 2 


1/07/84 


A 


4 


L 




S 7 


1/07/94 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


1/09/94 


D 


5 


T T 


P45 


H 7 


1/09/94 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


1/10/94 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


l/l 1/84 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


l/l 1/94 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


1/16/84 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


1/16/84 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


1/20/94 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


2/01/94 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


2/10/84 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


2/11/94 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


2/22/94 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


3/01/94 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


3/01/94 


C 


22 


N 




H 2 


3/02/94 


A 


4 


T T 


R56 


S 2 


3/06/B4 


A 


4 


F 




H 2 


3/19/9<, 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


3/27/84 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/03/94 


A 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


4/03/94 


c 


1 


N 


C60 


S 2 


4/04/94 


B 


4 


N 




S 2 


4/04/94 


C 


I 


P N 


C60 


H 2 


4/05/94 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/06/94 


A 


4 


E 




H 3 


4/07/94 


c 


I 


N 




S 2 


4/09/94 


8 


6 


N 




H 2 


4/11/94 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


■4/11/94 


B 


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N 




S 2 


4/U/B4 


C 


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S«f^'5i!K^gS ?^%??V? Nif^ TAXPAYERS- «ONEY 

JACKSON MAKCH 

JACKSON, HART TO VISIT TRIANGLE 




§p'??l^g'glj5p'A^T?fE'' -""'"^ SUPPORTERS 

SOME HOULD DISAGREE 
PULPITS 

- ATES 

JACKSON TO SPEAk-.f'uNC GOVERNOR- 

N.C. PRIMARY NOW CRUCIAL 

■if^^^„-'*'^*SON OPENS A CAN OF WORMS 

jJcKSON rO^VISir^Ccfi''" °'* UMC-CHAPEL HILL CAMPUS 

JESSE JACKSON WEAUriG HIS "SHTVF" BUTTON 

OPPORTUNITY FOR STATESMANSHIP 




SnUnAl-l V.^it l"^^'' ^S END HA>T'S CAMPAIGN 

c, c??VI., ^JJf ^. ''•'^- = MONOALE ADDS MO. TO STRING 

S'A!K'^^s\si^i!?K^Er,nss::AS°^'^^''= '^^ ^^'S^nt 



DURHAM BACKS JACKSON 

';J.'KI„JiP'= OECRIES ALLOCATION TF DELEGATES AS -NFu matu. 

Sn?^? RFlp^lic^??* Si" """-D SPUR MiYORAL BIO 

UNC'S RESPONSE TO OR, ALLISON IS OFF-I tMITC 

UNC OFFICIALS PR03E MISUSE OF STATE CAR 

OFMOCPATIC HOPEFULS ARE -A HOT L FY BimrS. 

IMMIGRATION B I LL R E A?0NA8L E 

"Sfg^LE'S THE WINNER - WHATEVER IT'S WORTH 

MONDALE TO HART AND J ACK SON : • ALL R IGHT . MFN c.ii ... . ,,.„, 

ii!c^!S^5^^5%?^uL\5«ICi!¥s'^^ If 

JESSE JACKSON, The MYTH, WON CASTRO CONCESSInN<l 

ARREST FOILS REUNION FOR N.C. MAN. SON 

JACKSON STUNTS DEFY LAW ' " 

NE"?2s"07'Nn?'-,!lKift "'5°''='<S INTO JACKSON'S HANDS (CARTOON. 

H!^!!?!^'' 0'0"'r LIBERATE ENOUGH PEOPLE 

C^"^?RT;HS°IS!iG°''S5N\E'?°°""°'""'' 

TclToh'i>.i^iro'l'n'ul'''''° ^"^^t^^-^ CUBAN MISSION 
^OIJQPJ'l- WAS INSULT TO MANY VOTERS 
STOP PICKING ON JACKSON 
EDITORS ARE REDNECKS 
JACKSON TRIP LAUDABLE 



£^i^°SASSR^?f;^3?e^-^^c"v?^T?A?ys^?ITFo 
tTr ??°AiN^^"s^r:is?i"''°" '° 5"^"'" 



MR. MONOALE LOSING GROUND 

"^;iSK ?viEis^fyo^';rAr;?-'s:^;i^j^ ""'■" ^"^^ ^° ^°^^ 

LITICS OF SELFISHNESS 



S FAMILY 



JACKSON 

JA 

POLITICS OF SELFISHNESS 

JACKSON'S CHAIRMAN URGES BLACKS TO JOIN GOP 
JACKSON, JUDY I STATESVILLE I 

BITTER AT BAPTISTS? SEND LEADERS AN APPLE 
JACKSON, KATHERINE KEY 

DURHAM CSIMESTOPPERS: REWARD 

JACKSON, LENA IHENDERSONI I0ECEASE51 

E?3ESLY'S0MAn?E?'?S f'JJe" "" '" "°'''' "O'-E 
■^''^"^ObItuar^'"'" ei-IZABETH lOECEASED) 

JACKSON, MICHAEL 

JACKSON FANS DON'T LINE UP IN GREENSBORO 
JACKSON, OWEN 

CAPITOL GHOSTS THOUGHTS BEND TOWARD POLITICS 
JACKSON, RALPH TERRY 

ARREST COUNT STANDS AT 17 IN CONTINUING DRUG CASES 
JACKSON, REGINALD "REGGIE" MARTINEZ 

A FAN OF REG-GIE, REG-GIE 

JACKSON, RETHA 

VICTIM RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL 
HOLLOWAY ST. WOMAN IS STARBED 

JACKSON, RONNELL L. I W I NS TON- SALF Ml 
*^2!f°£;r,™ fV BRINGS SURRENDER 
SENTENCING DUE FOR MAN SHO SHD T TV SALES MANAGER 



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'•/IJ/B'. A 
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5/02/»<, A 
5/02/8'. A 
5/03/04 A 
5/03/84 B 
5/03/8!, A 
5/0<./8<. A 
5/0<./n<, A 
5/04/84 3 
5/05/84 A 
5/06/84 A 
5/06/84 C 
5/07/84 A 
5/07/84 A 
5/07/84 A 
5/07/84 C 
5/07/84 C 
5/08/84 A 
5/08/84 A 
5/0'5/84 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/00/84 C 
5/3'?/84 A 
5/11/84 A 
5/11/84 C 
5/23/84 B 
5/23/84 C 
6/02/84 A 
6/11/84 A 
6/12/84 A 
6/12/84 A 
6/24/84 D 
5/28/84 A 
5/2'>/84 A 
6/29/84 A 
5/30/84 A 
5/30/84 B 
6/30/84 A 
7/03/84 A 
7/03/84 A 
7/05/84 A 
7/06/84 A 
7/07/84 A 
7/09/84 A 
7/09/84 A 
7/09/84 A 
7/09/84 A 
7/10/84 A 
7/10/B4 A 
7/12/64 A 
7/13/84 A 
7/17/84 A 
7/19/84 A 
7/19/84 A 
7/19/84 A 
7/19/84 A 
7/19/84 A 
7/24/»4 A 
7/25/84 A 
8/01/84 A 
8/03/84 A 
8/09/84 A 
8/14/84 B 
8/15/84 A 
8/15/84 C 
8/17/84 A 
8/20/P4 A 
8/30/84 A 
9/10/84 A 
9/17/84 A 
9/18/84 A 
9/19/84 A 
9/2D/84 A 
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H 2 7/28/84 A 

H 2 7/21/84 A 

H 2 3/07/84 B 

H 2 6/08/84 C 



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H 2 8/12/84 9 



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M»N 'SPItD ON THROUGH TV SENTENCED IN KILLING. KION/IPPING 

JACKSG^t SONNY (OUPHAH BULLS) 

JACKSON: BAScPALL AS TOUGH AS BREAKING ACC COLOP LINE 

JACKSON, VICTOP SHA,iN I H I LL S'OP OUGH I 

THREE-COUNTY DRUG RAID NETS NINE ARRESTS 
11 ARRESTED IN 3-COUNTY DRUG » ROBE 

JACKSON, WALTER A. lAFFIRHATIVE ACTION OFFICER! 

DURHAM CLUB TO HOLD DINNER F05 BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK 
BLACKS PRO SELVES. NOT ANTI G"l P 

JACKSON, WALTER JR. 

ELUSIVE TRUCKER GETS 3 YEARS 
MAN GFTS 2-YEAR SENTENCE 

JACOB, JOHN E. (NATIONAL URBAN LEAjUEt 

URBAN LEAGUF PRESIDENT WILL S^EAK SUN'^AV 
UROAN LEAGUE OFFICIAL PLANS SPEECH ON SUNDAY 
URBAN LEAGUE HEAD: BLACKS LOST GROUND 

JACOBS. BARRY (WRITER I 

VOLUME OF STATISTICS HILL SATISFY APPETITE OF ACC BAS'ETBALL FANS 

JACOBS, ED DR. (WEST VIRGINIA UNIV. I 

CHILDREN CAN BE HURT IN 2N0 MARRIAGES - PROF 

JACOBS. JOHN HUBERT JR. (CHAPEL HILL) 
ASSAULT CHARGE FRED 
BROKEN JAW LEADS TO MAN'S ARR=ST 

JACOBS. PO=i£RT 0. 

MAINTENANCE CHIEF NAMED FOR SCHOOLS 
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD TO MEET WITH COBLE 
SCHOOL BOARD MEETS JACOBS 

JACOBS. TIMOTHY (DECEASEDl 

POLICE ADMIT CHARGE IS A -ISTAKE 

JACOBS. VIOLA CHEEK (DECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

JACOBS, WENDY 

WHY GLAMORIZE WAR? 

JACOBS, WILLIE ROY lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JACUBSON, HOWARD OR. 

DOCTOR TAPS WATER LORE 

JALUVKA, LYNN 

ARTICLE WILL HELP PROGRAM 

THREE SUN WRITERS WIN AWARDS 

PUBLICITY WORKSHOP IS SEPT. 5 

YOU'RE INVITED!. ..PUBLICITY WORKSHOP... ( AO ) 

JAMES, ALVIN LEVERT 

MAN INDICTED ON MORALS CHARGE 

JAMES, BOB 

ACC COMMISSIONER JAMES DENIES STATEMENT ON CLSMSON PROBATION 

JAMES. JACOB MONROE (CHAPEL HILL I 
OBITUARY 

JAMES. LUCILLE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JAMES, PEARL (GUILFORD CO. I 

FAMILY'S CRITTER COLLECTION CTUNT IN HUNDREOS 

JAMES, ROBIN (DURHAM PSOI 
OFFICER INJURED 

ACCIDENTS TAKE TOLL ON OFFICE'S 
POLICE ACCIDENT PROBE CONTINUES 
NO CHARGES FILED IN WRECWS INVOLVING POLICE 

JAMES, VERNON ( D-P A STUO TANK I 

MORE OF STATE BUDGET SOUGHT FTR AGRICULTURE 

JAMES, VICKIE MAE (PELHAMl 

CASWELL WOMAN DIES IN WRECK 

JAMISION, JACOB (HAMLETI 

3 CREW MEMBERS FIRED AFTER TRAIN DERAILMENT REHIRED 

JANICK, LINDA 

WHERE FOOD IS CONCERNED: LESS IS ENOUGH , 

DIETICIAN MODIFIES RECIPES TO MAKE NUTRITIOUS MEALS 

JAPBOE, WALLY 

HEALTH FAIR TO BE MARCH 25 

JARMAN, FRANCES 

YOUNG MUSICIANS PERFORM WITH "lURHAM SYMPHONY 

JARRELL. TOMMY (FIDOLERI 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED... 

JARRETT, CHARLES MAYNARD (OECEASEOl 
081 TUARY 

JARRETT, GARY (PHILLIPS JR. HIGH S: HOOL I 
JARRETT NAMEJ CO-PRINCIPAL 
JAROETT NAMED Cn-PRINCIPAL AT PHILLIPS 
PROBLEMS CITED WITH CO-PR INC I' AL S AT PHILLIPS 
CO-PRINCIPAL SYSTEM GETS SECOND CHANCE 

JASPERS, AUGUSTIMUS "STUN" (CLEM^.ON UNIV. I 
MCGEE DENIES 160,000 RECRUITING OFFER 

JASPERS, STUN (DECEASFOr 

CLEMSON SUSPENDS TRACK COACHES PENDING PROBE 

JAVITS, JACOB 

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS RESEARCH WINS JAVITS RESEARCH award 
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS GRANT IS OBTAINED 

JAYNE. aENJAMIN A. OR. 

RESEARCH CENTER AT DUKE TO FCT US ON TIMBER FUTURE 
DUKE FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE 

JEFFERS, KENNETH MAX 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 



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10/D2/a<. 


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'./26/8<. 


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12/2D/fl<. 
U/21/P<. 


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10/21/94 
U/09/B<, 


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10 
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p 


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H 2 
H 2 


2/25/P", 
2/27/84 


c 

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N 
N 


sa2 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/23/K4 
1/23/B4 
1/30/114 


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12/16/84 





3 


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3/10/84 


c 


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H90 


51 


2/20/84 
2/21/84 


A 
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3 
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N 
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H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


11/21/84 
12/l'/84 
12/19/84 


A 
C 
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1 1 
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5 




N 

N 
N 


L38 


H 2 


12/18/84 


A 


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454 


H 2 


4/11/84 


A 


6 









H 2 


8/2''/S4 


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3/27/84 


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3/01/84 


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1/23/84 
4/16/84 
8/17/84 
8/26/84 


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4 

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12 


P 
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N 
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H 2 


12/20/84 


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8/10/84 


c 


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2/27/84 


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12/07/84 


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8/20/84 


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10/23/84 
10/24/94 
10/24/R4 
10/26/84 


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12/21/84 


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3/12/94 


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10/12/84 


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2/28/84 


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4/10/84 


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6/02/94 


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3/24/94 
3/26/84 


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PACE 169 
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'''''^phl'tl,'li'ok'^.i,'ill°^r''''''' '=""SED. 

JEFFREY. PAUL (HUSICIANP 

JEFFREY TO niRECT JAZZ FESTIVAL IN ITALY 

DUKE PROF 8A&5 JAZZ FESTIVAL '" 

ITALIAN MUSICIANS TRAVEL TO OJKE FOR UMBRIA JAZZ FESTIVAL 
JEFFREYS. BETTY JEAN (REALTORI 

REAL ESTATE aROKER'S LICENSE REVOKED 



JEFFREYS. CLABORNE D 
OEI TUARY 



'. (DECEASED) 



JEFFREYS. ROBERT UESLEY 

CHILDREN HELP DEPUTIES FIND ELDERLY MAN 

•'^^'"=l;,JI£.'t "• ^^^- ID-CABARRUSI 

SENATOR'S WARNING LETTEP IS RED FLAG TO JOURNALISTS 

JENKINS, CHESTER L. 

CITY UNION SEEKS REPORT ON PAY CGNOITinNS 

CnuN/n'ilM''5Lr.5"'-^ '" "fER DOHNToiN^^fA 

rSoL'i'tK'I', SEES RED OVER A 'OJIET- REMARK 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A-S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 

■''""tl^NE?ri2v^:s'Sl^Tuls'^JA!^sl&^" ''"' TREASURER. 

■'^'""tiSi,''; ALREO (DUKE POWER) 

DUKE POWER NAMES NEW DISTRICT MANAGER 

''"'''Ka^Ae^^'SSR^GE^ML^S ''"'''' ""'> 
INDECENT LIBERTIES CHARGE LODGED 

JENKINS. HARRY 

HE LIKES THIS BLOOMING JOB 

•""""oiiTiiSI^''" 'DECEASED. 

JENKINS. LARRY 

1ST SHORTS IN CITY SCHOOL 

JENKINS. PHYLLIS (WIFE OF CECIL JEMKINS) 

SENATOR'S WARNING LETTER IS RED FlIg TO JOURNALISTS 

JENKINS. RAY 

MOON ARTICLE WAS ' ANT I-R EL IG I] US • 
RELIGION STORY • 01 SSERVES RE AT ERS • 

■'^*""YAMs''?RPH£2i:THY*"" '""-EIGHI (N.C. YAM COMM. I 
''^^'^'oBITuIry'*" ■"'• 'OECEASEO. 
jennfr. Charles e. (Chapel hill. 

NUCLEAR WAR WORST POSSIBLE SCENARIO 

''""'SuRHiM^yiAg^iR'Si^s ^^fI^psLsS^p"'^"" *"° "'^"' 

JENNETTE. PATRICK (MANTEO) 

STUDENT DIES IN SHOOTING 

JENNINGS. BILLIE JEAN 

58!i5RS*?go7?NSV^S,5D'"' "*^ '"'^" "^ 

CLEAN UP OLD SIGNS 
llENNINGS. JACKIE (SYSGEN INC. I 

SYSGEN INC.: AND FOR HER NEXT ADVENTURE. SHE TURNED TO BUSINESS 
JENNINGS. MICHAEL (ABC POLICE OFFI'EPl 

DEPUTIES SEARCH FOR MISSING OFFICER 

JENNINGS. "IKE (CHAPEL HILL. 

PLANNING DIRECTOR GETS WAKE PIST 

JENNINGS. MOLLIS 

WIDOW LEARNS TRUTH: HUSBAND A ROBBER 

JENNINGS. PAUL (DECEASED. 

WIDOW LEARNS truth: HUSBAND A ROBBER 
JENNINGS, RALPH E. ' 

HOSPITAL MISSFO CHANCE ON CLINK 

w^'y r/.thim iTu',%'. h^^grTiLfrpriS'"' "^"^ 

SSRHlM"?^LrrR?^t,r.K'^°"'^" "'«'^5 AS'hoSPITAL 

O" A[°L"!;v^jFE^^^^^c'?«A?3R^Sic^5' °' ^°"°"0" 

HnsPIIAi. LAYOFFS HURT POOR 
COUNTY GENERAL EYES HEALTH CAIE lOFA 

•NOT MUCH HiILL HAPPEN TO RUKE. * SAYS PLANNER 
JENSEN. OONNA 

JERALDS. LIITHEB R. "NICK" (REP. J 

,'-^?ll,'-?;"?5 E"^ES CHEcii chIrges 

LEGISLATOR SURRENDERS CLUBS' L lOUOR LICENSES 
JERVIS, ROBERT (ATTORNEY. 
HE HELPED CONSUMERS 

JETER, ESSIE 

BOARD OKS CHANGES IN SCHOOL BOUNDARIES 
JETER. SHAWN 

JETER RECEIVES AWARD 

■'ETT.^HENONA^WILSON (DECEASED) 

JEZIERSi;;, NELLA (MUSICIAN. 

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H 3 6/08/84 B I N 

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H 2 1/10/84 E 1 N B30 

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JEZIERSKi! STEFAN IHIISrCIAN) 

JEZIEPSKIS PINO JOY IN r.EPHAN MUSIC 

JILCOTT, hlCt^AEL UEE IMIGH POINTI 
VICTIM SAID STABLE 

JOEL. eiLLY (ROCK "lUSICIANI 

SICK GIRL TO MEET BILLY JOEL 

JOEL. LAWKFNCE { w INSTON-S AL EH 1 (DECEASEOI 
MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER DIES AT 55 
FAMILY SAYS XET STOPPED TAKING INSULIN 

JOHN PAUL II (POPEI 

ALASKAN BEHIND SMOOTH TOP-OF-JORLD MEETING 
VATICAN ENVOY TALKS ABOUT JOHN PAUL 
BLOSSOMS in THE OESERT 

JOHN. JOSEPH (JUDGEI 

IHREE UEMOCRATS RECOHMENDEO F] R VACANT JUDGESHIP 

CHIEF DISTRICT JUDGE NAMED 

5 LAWYERS NOMINATED FOR JUDGESHIPS 

JOHNS. CHARLES (TE«AS] 

TWO CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

JOHNS. EVERETT ICHARLOTTEi 

RESTITUTION ORDERED IN FOOD STAMP FRAUD 

JOHNSON. AARON 

MARTIN TAPS THREE DEPARTMENT SECRETARIES 
MARTIN APPOINTEES SET PRIORITIES 

JOHNSON, ALICE HUTCHINS lOECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. ANN M. 

SENIOR CENTERS PROVIDE A VARIETY OF SERVICES 
HUNT NAMES MRS. JOHNSON 
ANN JOHNSON'S APPOINTMENT 

JOHNSON, AUBREY 

SEPTIC SYSTEMS PECK OF PROBLEMS 

JOHNSON, BILL 

PSO EVALUATION IS NEEDED 

JOHNSON, BRIAN 

TENN. FIRM NAILED DEAL DOWN EARLY 

JOHNSON. BRIAN JEROME IWAKE CO. I 

43 PUPILS AMONG 46 INJURED AS AUTO. TWO BUSES COLLIDE 

JOHNSON, CAROLYN IN.C. UTILITIES CTM"ISSION LAWYERI 
PANEL NAMED TO HIRE PUBLIC SAFETY STUDY FIRM 
COUNCIL TO ASK STATE TO CHANGE SITE FOR HEARING 
ECUAL OPPORTUfilTY LA« HEARING SET FOR MONDAY 
DRAFT OF ORDINANCE OMITS HANDICAPPED 
THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A"S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 

JOHNSON, CHARLES L. IbASTONIAl 

FORMER GASTOnIA POLICEMAN INDICTED 

MISTRIAL DECLARED IN GASTON CTIUNTY CIVIL RIGHTS CASE 

JOHNSON, DAVID MILLS lUNC-CH) 
FOUR WIN MASSEY AWARDS 

JOHNSON, DEBORAH 

DURHAM MAN FATALLY SHOT AFTER FAMILY ARGUMENT 

JOHNSON, EARL H. IGA.J (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, ED 

GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS 

JOHNSON, EDDIE CORNELIUS lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, EDISON H. JR. (ENGINEER! 

NASSIF: TOWN WILL SULMIT ITS 'OAD PLAN 

ENGINEER: STATE'S CONCERNS ABDUT THOROUGHFARE 'REAL' 

JOHNSON, EDWARD (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, EDWARD "ED" ILUMBERTONl 

GROUP OPENS CHAPTER IN N.C. T:i PROMOTE REAGAN'S POLICIES 

JOHNSON, ELMER 5U00 (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, ERIC 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE WEE SET 

JOHNSON, EUGENE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JOHN'^ON, FLORENCE MARIE JONES (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. FRED (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. FREDERIC NORMAN (OECEASEDI 

DURHAM DRIVER DIES IN COLLISIDN WITH TRUCK 

JOHNSON RITES PENDING 

OBI TuARY 

GREENSBORO "AN CLEARED OF TRAFFIC DEATH CHARGE 

TRUCK DRIVER CLEARED OF DEATH BY VEHICLE 

JOHNSON. GEORGE H. (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, CFRALD W. (JOURNALISTI 
AWARD BANQUET SET 
FIVE JOURNALISTS ARE HONORED 

JOHNSON, GRACE S. IBREVARDI 

MOTHER ACQUITTED IN CHILD'S DEATH 

JOHNSON, HORACE 

COMMISSIONERS CLASH WHEN WATE? TROUBLES BUBBLE UP TO SURFACE 
DISAGREEMENT ON WATER ISSUE E1UPTS 

JOHNSON, J. DONALD DR. (UNCI 



H 2 9/02/S4 B 2 P F W66 
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S 2 6/22/84 C 7 N 



H 2 2/06/n4 D 7 
H 2 2/0R/R4 B 4 N 



H 2 5/03/84 A 1 U M49 
H 2 5/20/84 B I P U H49 
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H 1 1/25/04 B 1 
H 2 4/05/84 A 11 
H 2 11/29/84 A 10 



H 2 1/26/84 D 5 N 

H 2 8/09/84 A 9 N 

H 2 12/11/84 A 1 P N 

S 2 12/11/84 A 1 N 

H 2 5/27/B4 B 2 

H 2 4/05/84 A 4 L 

H 2 6/17/64 A 9 N 

H 2 6/26/84 A 4 E 

H 2 U/01/84 A 1 N A54 

S 2 8/31/84 A 4 L 

H 2 3/11/84 D 2 P F nai 

H 2 5/19/84 A 1 N 



S 2 5/28/84 C I 

S 2 9/27/84 C 1 

S 2 11/24/04 A 3 

H 2 11/28/54 A 11 

H 2 12/29/84 A 1 



H 2 8/11/84 A 3 
H 2 12/19/84 A 8 



H 2 4/11/84 4 

H 2 10/21/84 8 1 

H 2 12/18/84 C 4 

H 2 11/13/84 A 4 

H 2 9/07/84 C 6 



H 3 1/21/84 B 1 
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H 2 12/07/94 A 3 N 

H 2 9/14/64 C 6 

H 2 8/31/84 B 1 D U 



H 2 3/25/64 8 2 
H 2 4/09/84 B 6 
H 2 4/23/84 B 6 



H 2 3/13/04 B 1 

S 2 3/13/04 A 3 

H 2 3/14/34 B 5 

H 2 5/12/64 e 

H 2 5/12/64 A 17 



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H 2 4/16/84 A 9 P N 



H 2 12/13/84 A 24 



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1/01/84 - \^/ll/e^, 



UNC GETS FUNDS FOR CHLORINE STUDY 

JOHNSON, J4CK n. INCCU L«H SCHOOL I 

JOHNSON WINS APPOINTMENT AT N. C. CENTRAL LAH SCHOOL 

JOHNSON, JAMES ELWOOD IDECEASEOI 
OniTUARV 

JOHNSON, JAMES FORREST JR. (GRAHAMI 
GRAHAM MAN'S DEATH PROBED 



PAGE 171 
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IDECEASEOI 



JOHNSON, JAMES LEON 

SENTENCING ACT STRESSED BY COJRT 

JOHNSON, JAN DR. ( IJNC SCHOOL OF ME-'ICINEI 
STUDY SUGGESTS ORINKING-HFReol TY LINK 

JOHNSON, J4UNITA GOTTEN IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, JEFF (SOUTH GRANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL I 

SOUTH GRANVILLE PITCHER THROHi PERFECT GAME 

JOHNSON, JIM C KATHY I5T0VALLI 

ROMANCE LEADS COUPLE TO COUNTRY CLINIC 

JOHNSON, JOE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, JOE (DURHAM FIRE OEPT. MECHANIC! 
FIRE TRUCK MECHANIC FAVORED HDRSES 

JOHNSON, JOHN "JOHNNIE" WILLIAM IDECEASEOI 
UP I TUaRY 

JOHNSON, JOHN A. (TYRRELL CO. NATWEI 

BOOKLET DESCRIBES MAN'S MARITAL PROBLEMS 

JOHNSON. JOHNNY SYLVESTER I HI LL SB05 OUGH I 

[';"'!i;i?vyj.''.?*'y'^,'<"" "^^^ nine arrests 

11 ARDESTEO IN 3-COUNTY DRUG PROBE 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH I CHARLOTTE I 

CHARLOTTE MAN, 18, COULD GET lEATH 
18-YEAR-OLD GETS THREE LIFE TERMS 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH (SENATOR) 

THREE SENATORS WITHSTAND CHALLENGE 

JOHNSON, JULIUS CEORICK (CHARLOTTE) 

ASSAULT VICTIMS MORE WILLING TO TESTIFY AGAINST ASSAILANTS 
JOHNSOfJ, JUNIOR 

l'fr,k'LiT.% l".llVsVo'.'kh.'^tA'' '"""'=" ""^ '" SUCCESS... 

JUHNSON, JURAL (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, KATHEPINE B. 

DURHAM SAVOYARDS PERFORMED DRAMA WELL 

JOHNSON, LARRY (CALDWELL) 

THREE VOLUNTEER FIRE OEPARTMEMT CHIEFS STEP DOWN IN ORANGE COUNTY 

JOHNSON, LAURA WELLS (HILLSBOROUGH) (DECEASEDI 
OB I TUAKY 

JOHNSON, LEE (CHAPEL HILLI 
2 ARRESTED IN ROBBERY 

JOHNSON, LILLIE (LMC";lwEE'S RESTAURANT) 

•MAMA'S KITCHEN' SERVING LAST FATBACK BISCUIT TODAY 

JOHNSON, LISA DEAN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, LONDA SHAMBURGER (DECEASED! 

JOHNSON, LUCY DUNCAN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON, ^MAGGIE ESTELL SPENCE (HILLSBOROUGH! (DECEASED) 

JOHNSON, MAGIC (BASKETBALL PLAYER! 
MAGIC, IN DEED AND NAME 

JOHNSON, MARTHA "MARTIE" 

BROADCASTER WAS NEWSMAN OF 'OLD SCHOOL' * 

JOHNSON, MARTHA BYRD 

DUKE ORDERED TO TAKE STEPS TO INSURE FAIR JOB TREATMENT 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL ANDRE ( H I L LSBOROU" H ) 

THREE-COUNTY DRUG RAID NETS NINE ARRESTS 
11 ARRESTED IN 3-COUNTY DRUG OROBE 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL E. 

FILM ABOUT MORMONS IS DISTORTJD ATTACK 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL TODD 

FOUR TEEN-AGERS CHARGED WITH PREAKING INTO HnMF 
FIRECP ACKER INVE ST IGAT ION LEA3 S TO BURGLAR ySrrF ST 

JOHNSON, MITCHELL (WHEAT FIRST SECJRITIES) 

FORECAST EXAGGERATED ON STOCK MARKET CRASH 

JOHNSON, NOMA 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 

JOHNSON, NORMAN (TRUCK DRIVER) 
TANKER UPSET, RIGHTED 

JOHNSON, ODESSA STRONG "OUSTIE" (DECEASED) 

UO t I U* KY 

JOHNSON, PETER FREdERICK (CHAPEL HILLI 
0««'1S| MAN HELD IN HOUSEBREAKING 
g?*'<GE MAN CHARGED WITH AUTOHIBILE THEFT 
NEIGHBOR CHARGED IN THEFT OF «5ro 

JOHNSON, PETER J. (GA.) 

MAN SOUGHT IN ASSAULTS GIVES JP IN SWAIN COUNTY 
JOHNSON, R. BARRY 



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12/21/84 B 7 N K45 

4/05/84 A 12 

2/13/84 A 8 N 

9/28/84 C 1 P F L38 



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JOHNSON. NCNB a^FICIAL. DIES 
BANK FxeCUTIVE R. BARRY JOHNSON 

JOHNSON. RICHABO (HOT SP»I>JGSI 

MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR »OISONING 



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ISTRIAL IN FAYETTFVILLE 'fUKOER CASE 



JOHNSON. RICHARD DAL= 

JURY DEADLOCK BRINGS 

JOHNSON. ROBIN G. 

ESCAPEE IS RECAPTURED 
TURNED HIMSELF IN 

JOHNSON. BON REV. CRHONOA E.l 

PRESS IGNORES AFRICAN CRISIS 

JOHNSON. sONALD M. ClURLINGTCN It:OJSTRIES) 
AMERICAN-MAOC PRODUCTS CAN COMPETE 

JOHNSON. RUOIN (CHARLOTTE] 10ECE4SE01 
BOY. 13. KILLED IN APARTXENT CIBf 
CHARLOTTE BOY KILLED IN FIRE 

JOHNSON. RUBIN M. 

MAN SAYS ROBBER BEAT HI" WITH CRUTCH 

JOHNSON. SAMUEL C. (JOHNSON KAXl 

JOHNSON HAI EXECUTIVE TO GIVE TALK 

JOHNSON. STEPHEN R. ( Hi NSTON- SALEMI (DECEASED! 
STATE PRISON INMATE HANGS HIMSELF 

JOHNSON. STEVEN L. (RALEIGH PQLICE'A'II 

RALEIGH POLICEMAN CHARGED KITH ASSAULT 

JOHNSON. SUSAN COX 

7 SENTENCED FOR PROSTITUTION; PROSECUTOR CREDITS NEW EFFORT 

JOHNSO"!. TAL-AOGE LEE (NEWTON GROVil 

THREE PERSONS DIE IN DURHAM. :hATHAH WRECKS 

JOHNSON, THELMA MEREDITH (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. THOMAS OR. (OUKE/UNC OCE A-l OGR APHIC CONSORTIUM) 
N.C. RESEARCH VESSEL "LANS 245 DAYS AT SEA 
HATTERAS TO BE ASEA 245 DAYS 



(OECEASEDI 



JOHNSON, THOMAS L. SR. 
OBITUARY 

JOHNSON. TOM 

CASEY JONES LIVES ON 

JOHNSON. TOMMY JUNIOR (WAKE CO. I 
BODY OF FUGITIVE IS FOUND 

JOHNSON. TONY ORLANDO 
REWAHO 

durham crihestoppers: reward 

johnson, uxphrey -cool breeze" jr. (oeceasedi 
obituary 

johnson. vera louise (oeceasedi 
obituary 

johnson. w. r. (fraternal orper of police) 
■ ident-a-chilo" effort a big success 
ident-a-child program a success, to be offered again 

johnson, walter t. jr. (n.c. paroles commission) 

pakoles commission chairman says state overusing prisons 

johnson, william c. jr. (charlotte) 

u.s. grand jury indicts four people on charges involving pornography 

johnson, william douglas 

chapel hill police arrest six in -assage parlor raid 
list of police names found in massage parlor case 
johnson to surrender in hassa-.e parlor bust 
massage paslo's linked to hell's angels 

MASSAGE PARLOR MAY SE PAOLOCKSD 

POLICE OBTAIN LIST NAMING CUSTQxERS OF mjssagE PARLOR 

LIST OF MASSAGE PARLO" PATRONS FOUND 

OWNEK WANTS MASSAGE PARLOR OPCSATGRS OUT 

COURT ORDER DANS 'PROhIPITed" ACTS AT MASSAGE PARLOR 

HIGHT SAYS JOHNSON IS EMPLOYE? 

MASSAGE PARLOR OwNER ARRESTED 

PARLOR Owner JOHNSO'J 'a nice guy,' hight says , 

judge order masseuse arrested after absence 
arrest ordered in massage cas; 

AL MIGHT 'MORAL, HONEST, OPEN' 

W"MAN CHARGED WITH PROSTITUTION STILL ELUDING ARREST 

MASSAGE PARLOR Cases delayed 

SEPTEMBER TRIALS SET IN MASSA'E CASES 

2 MEN FOUND INIIDCENT OF PROSTITUTION CHARGES 

HEARING SLATE(1 OC. 22 CN UNIVERSITY MASSAGE 

HEARING SET ON -ASSAGE PARLOR 

PARLOR'S RECORDS DESTROYED 

OURHA- POLICE EXPFCTED TO BHRI LIST OF MASSAGE PARLOR CUSTOMERS 

DURHAM WOMAN'S CONVICTION UPHiLD IN MASSAGE PARLOR PROSTITUTION CASE 

STATE DROPS DRUG CHARGE IN mjs SAGE PARLOR CASE 

JOHNSTON, SILLY GRAY 

STATE SAYS HIS TIRES MUST GO 

JOHNSTON, BRIAN (UNC FOOTBALL PLAT=RI 

JOHNSTON HOPES TO KEgp ?C'S FlJTIE IN HIS POCKET 

JOHNSTON, HEELS AIM TO KEEP P.JTIE FLIGHTLESS 

UNC'S JOHNSTON SWITCHES POSITIONS, FOR ONE MORE TIME 

JOHNSTON, EUGENE (U.S. RFP.) 

H-iAGAN LEADERS PICK-^O FOR ORWE 
PRESIDENT KEPT PROMISE 'N PRAYER SUPPORT 
MOB REACTION REPLACED JUDGMENT AT CONVENTION 

JOHNSTON, FLORENCE (OU'HAM HERALD 'EPORTER) 

FIVE 'HERALD' WRITERS. ART CRITIC HONORED 

HERALD WRITERS WIN AWARDS 

FOOTBALL: IT'S NOT THAT SHE DOESN'T LIKE IT 

JOHNSTON. FRANCES "BENJAMIN 

IRREPRESSIBLE WOMAN PHOTOGRAPHER CAPTURED N.C. 

JOHNSTON. SARAH DAVIS (DECEASED) 



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4/04/94 
6/28/84 



3/18/94 9 
6/26/94 B 
8/24/84 3 



C52 
C52 



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1/01/8* - 12/31/H4 



^ 



JOHNSTON. WILLIAM M. OR. 

NEW DUKHAM? SEVERAL OLD PROBLEMS NEED ATTENTION FIRST 

JOHNSTON - HALE. ELLEN T. 
THE PESSIMIST 
FIRST THINGS FIRST 
LEFTOVERS" LAMENT 
ASTRO-TURF: A PARABLE 
'SIGN! EYING... NO TH I NO- 
ON WATCHING A TV MOVIE RERUN 
^ittl''"' °^^ RESTAURANT EVALUATION 
SOMETHING BESIDES ROSES 
FIRST SNOW 
UPPER 

FOLDING A HAP 
FAN FEVER 

DESCRIBING MICHAEL JORDAN 
FPP;S RISJ OM 
WATCHING THE COACH 
TO WINTER 
OVER-FILL 
TO NCAA CONTENDERS 

ysFsLj'tb^f.R^ig? ^s^°SuMa '^"*'"<«^E 

TO APPROACHING CARS 

COMPUTERIZED LIVING 

MORNING BENEDICTION 

BEGINNINGS 

HONORS FDR MICHAEL JORDAN 

FARM DAYLIGHT SAVINGS 

AND SO IT GOES... 

ON TRANSPLANTING MARIGOLDS 

RUDE AWAKENING 

MIRACLE AT WOOLHORTH'S 

A FATHER'S SECRET 

PROTECTIVE CUSTODY 

WHEN FISH WON'T BITE 

fl ?5J''I:)L,?5''9"""-, KITTY HAW< , N.C. 

iAC;^^N'IS^fH^;!l^^?SA^Ks'° """' ^"^"'^E'-VES FOR SCIENCE 

CONVENT T ON 

WHERE HAVE THE SHELLS GONE? 

OCRACOKE PONIES 

LAST SHOT 

ACROPHOBIA 

OLYMPIC FEVER 

HOME VISIT 

THE OLYMPIC 10 

OVER-OUSED 

IT'S ALL IN MY MIND 

WORKING IT OUT 

COLLEGE TOWN AWAKENS 

IN FASHION FRANKLIN ST., CHAPt^L HTII 

iHDl?!if!!"n.'*^"" "^^0"" 8U^^^^V 

STEP-GRANOMA 
AUTUMN INVASION 
RELATIVELY SPEAKING 
HURR ICANE 
A CAT ON A LEASH? 
THE REAL THING 
IN NEW YORK CITY 
EARLY BLOOMER 
SEAT BELT 
ACCEPTANCE 

POETRY AWARDS ANNOUNCED 
WHEN YOU SEE A SMILE 
ALL IN THE MIND 
•HELLT. MY NAME IS...' 
INTERLUDE AT THE SUPERMARKET 
?'lr'54 'VINTAGE' CLOTHING 'IN- 
COLOR ANALYSIS 
SUPPORT YOUR TEAM 
TO THE NEW POSTAL CLERK 
STORE SANTAS 
SANTA CLAUS: A QUESTION 

JOINT, KENNETH ALLEN 

GUNMAN ROBS DURHAM CONVENIENCE STORE 
JOKLIK, WOLFGANG K. DR. 

cr^^.^?,yi?"'^2S TOPIC OF TALK 

riii?*T^^I5.,S?'^ll VIRUS-CAUSED CANCERS 

GENETIC FINDS STARTLING; BUT "ANCFR riJRF OUTiMT 

MYSTERY OF CANCER ciisES SlSwC 5 UNFOLDING 
JOLIE, PATOIC lA L. 

DUKE STUDY LINKS FOOD TO CHILO'S SKIN RASHES 
JO'-'-EY - FRITZ, ROLETTA OR. (OFCEASEOi 

N.C. PSYCHIATRIST JOLLY-FRITZ DIES 
JOLLY, BILLY JO (WINSTON-SALEMI 

PARALYZED RESIDENT EVICTED FR:)H FORSYTH NURSING HOME 
JONAS, OWAYNE (HICKORYI 

S?'rt|£6 STUDENT KILLED AT PARTY 

jiS5r^ESfHc"IS'Tr8M^„l"^''^'= °"^" °' ^^"°f^^ 

JONES, ALAN LAMAR I HENDERSDNV ILLE ) 

MAN CHARGED IN UNC FIPE 

THIRD ARREST IS MADE IN HINTON JAMES FIRE 
JONES, ALWISHES 

JONES ARRAIGNED 

JONES, ANDREW L. I R AL E I GH I 

COURT REVERSES MURDER CONVICTION 
CONFESSED KILLER FREE ON TECHMICALITY 

JaNES,^ANN|E^BOISSEAU (CHAPEL HILL) IDECEASEO) 

JONES, ANTHONY (ALAMANCE CO. I 

APPEALS: ALAMANCE MAN ACQUITTED 
JONES, AUDREY (PITTS30R0I 

frT^c'ggy^g^'iES^s^^rDii^r''^ ""°^"'' 

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12/07/84 
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H 2 3/09/84 C 12 
H 2 9/01/84 8 8 
H 2 9/23/84 A 6 



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H 3 



3/27/84 A 7 
3/28/84 B 1 



H I 4/04/84 B 1 
S 2 4/25/84 A 13 



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J56 
R30 



S 2 3/19/84 A 3 N 
H 2 3/20/84 A 8 H 
S 2 9/29/84 A 22 N 



H 2 ll/l?/84 A 1 N 
S 2 11/12/84 C 1 N 
S 2 11/14/84 A 13 N 



H 2 12/05/84 B 8 
H 1 1/18/84 B 1 H 



H 2 7/07/84 A 4 P L 
H 2 ■ 7/16/84 A 4 L 
H 2 9/05/84 A 4 L 



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PAGE 174 



rEACMERS ARE POLITICAL PAWN5 

JONES. BETSY MCL»U»IN 

TALES OP CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 

JONES, SEvERLY w. OR. INCCUI 

ABTICLE FOCUSES ON SLACK WOMEN IN FACTOOIES 

JONES. SILLIE 

T«0 TRIPS TO COURT WAS ONE TQD ""ANY 

JONES, BILLY ILA GRANITE I 

TEEN DROlrNS AT FQRT MACON 

JONES, CATHY MATHEWS (PRISON ESCAP^ei 
Sei SEEKS 2ND PERSON IN ESCAPE 

JONES, CHAMP 

OFFICERS SAYS INFORMANT FLEO < ITH CAOILLAC, CASH 

JONES, CHARLES CROIBOROl IDECEASEOI 
ROXBO»0 MAN OIES AFTER WRECK 

JUNES, CHRISTINE CJCTRESSI 

•RITUALS' FILMING BEGINS AT EL ON 

JONES. CLIFTON FORGE IDECEASEOI . 
OBITUARY 

JONES, CLIFTON P. 

VET GROUP NEEOS AID IN FINDING 'J.S. HIA5 
PETITION BEGUN TO HELP VIETNAM MAP VETERANS 

JONES. CRATE REV. 

•THERE'S A TURKEY IN THAT POT' 

CHIME"; PEMINO US OF GOD'S SOUL MUSIC 

CONFIDENCE. PRESERVATION 

PUTRIFYING PR1FANITY UNPLE AS A-l TLY PLENTIFUL 

A STRONG HAND PREVENTS A PAI^*=UL FALL 

MAN CAN EMERGE INTO 'A MARVEL:!US LIGHT' 

AN ALTERNATIVE TO RQCKS IN YOJR HEAT 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: THE HAY THINGS ARE 

THE TALE OF A CHILD'S TEARS LIVES ON 

FOLKS TOILING UP HILLS NEED A LITTLE HELP 

BROWN-BAGGED WATER 

ON FLEA-SCRATCHIKG 

A CHRISTMAS TREE PARABLE 

AN EXAMPLE OF FAITH 

JONES, DAVID L. 

ADMINISTRATOR FOR HOLSHOUSER :rEaTES REPUBLICANS FOR H-jNT 

JONES. DONALD EDWIN (FLA.) 

FEDERAL PROSECUTOR CONTENDS L».<rER LINKED TO DRUG RING 

JONES. EARLIE (DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITALl 

PROGRAM AIMS TO HTLP ALCOHOLICS AND FAMILIES. TOO 
ALCOHOL PROGRAM SACKED 

PRIVATE SECTOO HELP SOUGHT IN DRUG TREATMENT 
CHRISTMAS DIFFICULT FOR ALCOHDLICS 

J0M6S, EDDIE CHARLES 

COURT SAYS 62 N.C. MUSICIANS ELIGIBLE FOR JOBLESS BENEFITS 

JONES. ELM3 

EX-PARATROOPERS RE-CREATE WORLD WAR II JUMP 

JONES. FRE(~DIE JAMES (A.K.A. FREDDIE 3R0CKINGT0N1 

ROIPORO ST. BOY IS SHOT, KILLED; UNCLE CHARGED 

aOY'S DEATH INVESTIGATED 

OPITUARY 

JONES ARRAIGNED 

JONES, FREDERICK 

Two TRIPS TO COURT WAS ONE TOD "ANY 

JONES. GARY L. 

FEDERAL OFFICIAL SEES MORE INTEREST IN EDUCATION 
PUBLIC "UST BACK MERIT PAY FC« TEACHERS. OFFICIALS SAY 

J0KE5. GOLDIE G. (GOLOSl'ORni 

GOLOSPORO WOMAN. 61. FOUND SLAIN AT HER HOME 
MAN CHARGED WITH "U'DER 

JONES. GRACE SNIPES ATWATER (WILSONl IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES, HARfILL 

DIVERSIONARY TACTIC? 

JONES. HARRILL L. (GASTDNIAI 

CASTOMA "AN FILES TO RUN FOR U.S. SENATE 

GASTCj'IIA DEMOCRAT FILES AS CA'IOIOSTE FDR SENATE 

U.S. SENATE CAMPAIGN "O'E THAI 'STYLE' 

WOMEN'S GAINS HURT BLACKS 

JONES CHALLENGES GUV. HUNT WITH 0PE1MS...IF NOT HOPE 

HUNT. HFLMS EASILY ROMP OVER CHALLENGERS 

JACKSON THE WINNER IN DURHAM 

DEFEATED PE''OCRAT MIFFED AT TV STATION'S COVERAGE 

HUNT ADS 'UNSUbSTANTlATED' 

JONES. HERBERT MANN IC"APEL HILLI 
MAN HELH IN CAR DAMAGE 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN THE'T FROM CAR 
OPITUARY 

JONES. JACK (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JAMES ICONN. 1 IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. JAMES (DURHAM CENTRAL LiBOR JNICNI 

UNION SAYS 'THANK YOU' FOR HE. P WITH LUNCHEON 
LABOR UNION BACKS FLAT CITY PAY HIKE 

JONES. JAMES E. IDECEASEOI 
OPITUARY 

JONES. JAMES EARL (ACTORI 

UNC MILL PRESENT 3 HONORARY DEGREES 
DURHAM RESIDENTS TO GET UNC AWARDS 
NCCU. UNC TO GIVE DIPLOMAS TO"" ORROW 
CAROLINA BLUE 'STORM' SWEEPS JP DEGREES 

JONES. JOHN RICHARD ITIHBERLAKEI I3ECEASE0I 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C ?G L P 3YL 



DATE 

H 2 9/18/P4 A « L 

H 2 9/1 (>/»<. B I y L57 

H 2 12/ll/e4 A 15 N 

H 2 5/02/84 e I ■» S32 

H 2 5/0e/R4 A 3 N 

S 2 1/30/R4 C 2 N 

H 2 10/04/04 A 3 N 

H 2 6/28/94 A 20 N 

H 2 7/26/84 a 1 P N H60 

H 2 3/08/84 A 10 



S 7 


6/25/84 


A 


4 


1 


H <f 


6/27/84 


A 


4 


L 


H 7 


1/16/84 


A 


5 


1 


H 7 


2/07/?4 


A 


4 


1 


H 7 


2/27/84 


A 


4 


1 


H 7 


3/26/P4 


A 


4 


( 


H 7 


4/23/84 


A 


4 


1 


H 7 


5/21/"4 


A 


4 


1 


H 7 


7/05/04 


A 


4 


1 


H 7 


7/25/84 


8 


1 u 


H 7 


7/3D/84 


A 


4 




H 7 


9/05/84 


A 


4 




H 7 


0/02/84 


A 


4 




H 7 


1/05/94 


A 


4 




H 7 


2/03/O4 


A 


4 




H 2 


12/27/84 


A 


4 





H 2 10/12/64 A 14 



H 2 7/31/84 A 



H 2 1/26/84 C 6 N R30 

H 2 1/27/R4 B 5 N 830 

S 2 1/27/B4 C 1 N J56 

S 2 12/22/8* A 3 N J56 



H 2 5/01/84 A 16 



S 2 10/03/84 A 13 



11/12/84 A 

11/12/84 C 

11/13/84 B 

11/14/84 A 



H 2 5/02/84 a I N S82 



H 3 12/13/84 B I N H90 ^ 
S 2 12/13/84 C 4 N 



1/10/84 A 
1/13/94 A 



H 2 4/21/94 B 



2 


7/07/84 


A 


4 


L 


7 


2/01/84 


A 


1 


N 


7 


2/02/84 


A 


1 7 


N 


7 


2/08/84 


A 


4 


1 




4/11/84 


A 


4 


( 




5/04/R4 


8 


1 


' N 


7 


5/09/84 


A 


1 1 


1 


7 


5/09/84 


c 


1 


N 


7 


9/05/84 


8 


4 


N 


2 


10/15/84 


A 


4 


L 


1 


6/06/94 


r 


1 


N 


3 


6/07/84 


H 


1 


N 


2 


10/04/8* 


A 


20 






H 2 3/30/84 C 9 
H 2 10/23/84 C 3 



H Z 1/29/94 A 4 
S 2 6/15/8* A 4 



H 2 5/21/84 8 12 



4/21/84 B 

4/21/84 A 

5/12/84 A 

5/14/8* A 



C05 
W36 



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1/01/84 



JOHN JUNES, EX-QFFICIAL OF PE^SOM 
JONES, JOHNNIE JOELL lOECEASEOl 

JONES, JUNEBUG JABRO I S TORYTE LL ER I 

O'NEAfS JUNEDUG TO TELL EVERYTHING HE KNOWS 



INDEX 
U/31/S* 



PACE 175 
l/l<./<i5 



JONES, 



KATHY MATTHEWS (PRISONERI 
.C. ESCAPEE RECAPTURED IN NEBRASKA MOTEL 



JONES, LEkOY lOECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

JONES, LINDA FAYE INEW BERN) lOECEASEOl 

NEW BERN MAN CHARGED IN GIRL'S DEATH 

■""^eS.^LONNIE HAE lOFCEASEOI 

JOK'ESj MARIAN [ASSISTANT PRINCIPALI 

ray: COUNTY HAS NO 5TR IP-SdARC HING pni irv 

?c^^gSL"fvs^Y^ST^^?i!iE^%\«syNl"'" °°"^°' "-^-^^ "- "«^^^^^ 

ANSWER FILED TO SEARCH SUIT: DURHAM SCmOL OFFICIALS ASK DAMAGES 
JONES, MARY IRETIRED EMPLOYMENT SF^ rnMM CMDinvcc. 
CLARKS, BRADYS ENTERTMN CONG; NIAL CR0w7suNDAi 

'°'"pRrisfiiisi?2^i?" ^^"«^' 

JONES, MICHAEL GRAY I MORR I S VI LL E I 

-iiJSJEp"i?cS'ISVI8^?iE5^« ""^ -^ ^^'"■•'^ 

sssD%^"?isi'H^^D%'s^'7o':;5Rn""'""^^ 
rAX?i^K^??,:!T?s?ib'v§"i^?Ei§siriiiTr "*''' "■"'"'^ 

DURHAM WOMAN SENTENCED tS 'SMSIr^^^oJ MANSLAUGHTER 
JONES, NANCY 

F^§gM"l5gssii^fiWPcVA^■s^§L"??{^s\^i;lE"g^^R^JiGi 

JO»'eS. NOTIE GEORGE IDECEASEOl 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

''"^^^nnJISiiS FULLER lOECEASEOl 

JONES. PHILLIP 

iiF?5SAS??M;3i?H^SE^?Eia''^s\f?is;r'" ''"'"' 

JONES, RAY LIVINGSTONE 

•300,000 HILL GO TO MAN WHO WAS ACCUSED OF THEFT 
JONES, RETELLA lOURHAM CO. ASSN. OF EOljrATno^i 

MORE STUDENT TEACHING NEEDED, EDUCaThSsIy^ 

fil^^cAFg.^ ?gh[lJ'*^T!iS'? 1"^^«'0 e53o'?seme'ntS 

S5S£:;s%auc'??HSs^'j^°c'oSjET%'^°f^???"''^''^5 

■'°'^^^i.?!£i'*''° "'°°9 MONMOUTH ST.) 

NATION NKOS NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE 

^°~^^ME?g?^«^SY^?JS^^S^5lNG°^.LS«g^'^ INSTRUCTION, 
JONES. ROBERT A. "ROB" IREP.I 

RULING IS ISSUED IN AIRPLANE CRASH 

JONES, ROBERT HENRY IRALEIGH) 
TWO CHARGED WTIH ROBBERY 

JONES, RODFKT JR. I CHARLOTTE) 
^ MEN RECEIVE SENTENCES 

JONES. ROBFRT LEF IBAHAMAI 

DEPUTY scores: IT'S COURT TWO, FSCAPFF'; 7FBn 

3R0 M.N ARRESTED. CHA^^ED I S"? LF^ TrSn I^s'f I RM BREAK-IN 

JONES, ROBERT LEE IMERRICK ST. I 

CITIZEN'S ALERT RESULTS IN ARRESTS • 

''°''"T'F?S'^;?^?„'?;'-f "="' (DECEASED) 

TFtN-AGER STABBED TO DEATH AT FAIR 

■'""^'oBITuJr?' '"'LI-SaOROUGH) lOECEASED) 

JONES, RUTH PRASWELL 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN RECFIVES STATF Hnrjno 

DUKE PROFESSOR GETS FIRST WOMEN'S AWARD 
JONES, SADIE 

F'§LKl';l6u«D"/!E^%^^^[y5^s^ in in '■"^" ^-^^ ''^^ 

JONES, SAM 

JONES DESIGNS FROM HILLSIDE F^OT^AM inp 
S TrslSp^'IslnSfSEotl'^" SCHS5L"?o\*E'liAT<,-A 

^?SiaN^£?R^^?S5^^^^'°^ '° JO'N pe5son"staff 

ATHLETES A rREOIT TO N.C. 
GAMES TO HAVE STRONG TAR HEEL FLAVOR 
JONES, SOUTHGATE JR. 

'SHOOT' YOUR VALUABLES FOR A » HOTO INVENTORY 

■'"""suli'l'SnNF*.; ' ■^SF^'gJK? ' 'OECEA SED I 

SUSIE JONES, 9i. LEADER IN INTEGRATION WORK, DIES 

JONES, TERESA 

APOTION IS RAP6ARIC 
ABORTION IS CHILD ABUSE 



N F III 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

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H 2 9/Z0/B4 CI? 

S 2 2/16/84 2 P F A47 

H 2 2/26/84 All N 



H 2 12/03/94 C 
H 2 12/09/84 a 



H 2 11/29/84 A 10 



H 2 8/10/84 A 10 



10/03/84 
10/04/84 
11/17/34 
11/17/84 



N L38 
N W24 



H 2 2/07/84 A 6 P U 



H 3 
S 2 



5/02/34 B 
5/02/84 A 



S 2 6/09/34 A 11 



3/20/84 A 
3/20/84 C 
3/21/34 a 
3/21/84 C 
3/22/84 B 
3/22/84 C 
3/23/84 A 



8/16/84 A 
9/09/84 a 



H 2 12/01/84 C 
H 2 12/02/84 a 



» 2 4/25/84 B 5 



H 2 
S 2 



3/16/84 A 
3/18/84 A 



H 2 12/06/84 A 16 



S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



1/25/84 A 
3/30/84 C 
3/31/84 C 
5/18/84 C 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H I 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 



1/17/84 A 

11/03/84 C 

1/26/84 A 

5/19/84 B 

3/21/84 A 

3/06/84 C 
3/11/84 B 

3/05/84 C 

10/21/84 B 

2/19/34 C 

3/24/84 A 
3/25/84 A 



2/21/84 B 
9/20/34 8 



N 

N H05 
N S82 
N H05 
N S82 
N H05 
N S82 





N S82 

N 

N 



N C05 
N C05 
N W24 
N COS 



I 

N L38 

N . 
N 



N S92 

N 



1 N J56 

4 P N 



I P F L30 
1 D U 



3/15/84 
3/18/84 C 
3/29/84 D 
4/15/94 8 
5/01/84 B 
7/08/n4 C 
7/10/94 
7/26/34 A 
7/27/34 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



7/20/84 B 

12/26/84 C 

10/03/34 A 

11/14/34 A 



1 N C36 
9 P N C36 

2 N C36 
9 P N 

2 P N 

12 N C36 

4 N 

4 E 

I N 



2 T F HOI 
4 



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INDEX 
12/31/8<. 



'AG6 176 
1/1V35 



C PG L P BYL 



JO'lESi TERI^SA H. 

PPKING PURGES OOGS: U.S. 6XTE1 MI NATES BABIES 

JOHES. THO-AS L. IDECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

JONES. TOM IMCSUI 

JONES LEAVES N.C. STATE TO TA< E POSITION AS UTEP TRACK COACH 

JONES. VEL-A ORA HARGIS lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES, ri. L. BISHOP lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JOMES. HALTER B. (U.S. REP. I 

JETTIES BILL CLEAi<S COM"ITTEE 

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES FILE PJND REPORTS 

fAIBCLOTH STRESSES ECONOMIC PLAN 

60<iLES GIVES KNOX ENDORSEMENT 

JONES PRAISES REPORT ON INLET JETTIES 

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WINS IN ■) TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

JONES. WALTER P. JR. IN.C. REP. I 
REP. JONES DRAMS CHALLENGER 

ANOPEUS GETS NOMINATION AGAINST TWO CHALLENGERS 
LAW"AK£P PRESSES FOR OFFSHORE JIL ROYALTIES FOR STATES 
OFFSHORE DRILLING LEGISLATION EXPECTED 

JONES BLAMES FMVIRQNMFNTALISTS FOR SENATE F»ILURE TO ACT ON BILL 
OFFSHORE DRILLING-BILL FILI'USTER APPEALS LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
5 CONGRESSMEN WIN RE-ELECTION IN N.C. CONTESTS 
CONGRESSMAN GETS MARRIED 

JONES. «ARBEN LEROY JR. (BROOKLYN. N.Y.I lOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. MAYNE lARMY RECRUITERI 

ARMY RECRUITER SAYS HE'S FOUND HIS NICHE 

J0N6S. WILPERT L. JR. 

MAN TREATED FOR GAS INHALSTIO"* 

JONES. WILPERT LEE 
MAN IS TREATED 

JONES. WILLIAM HALE IDECEASECI 
OBITUARY 

JONES. WILLIE LEROY (PRISON ESCAPEFI 

SEARCH CONTINUES IN N.C. FOR S ESCAPED MURDERERS 

PROFILES OF SIX ESCAPEES 

TWO ESCAPEES CAUGHT; SEARCH f:R PAIR ENDS IN VERMONT 

HUNT CONTINUES FOR TWO ESCAPE'S 

BRILEY BROTHERS' WHEREABOUTS ^ OH A RIGGER UUESTION MARK 

i SAILORS HELD. THEN RELEASED IN BRlLEY SEARCH 

<> DEATH ROW ESCAPEES WENT THROUGH TOLL BOOTH IN RICHMOND 

JONES. WILLIE SAMMY (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

JONES, WOUDROW W. JUDGE ( RUTHER FORI TON I 

JUOGE 15 EXPECTED TO ORDER CHANGES IN VOTING MACHINES 

JO-IES. ZEFFIE E. (NEW OERM 

NEW BERN MAN KILLED IN FUEL TANK EXPLOSION 

JORDAN. ARKEFN 

THO BROTHERS STABBED IN MELEE 

JORDAN. FRANK (RICHMOND CO.l 

REPUBLICAN Candidates urge snoNOFR two-party system 

JORDAN GETS NARROW LEAD OVER STEWART 

JACKSON THE WINNE" IN DURHAM 

TWO jnROANS MAY FACE OFF FQR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

GCP CANDIDATES TO HAVE RUNOFF IN LT. GOV. RACE 

COCKEBHAM WON'T FILE FOR RECOINT 

JORDAN CHARGES GOP CHAIRMAN WITH FAVORITISM IN LT. GOV. RACE 

VOTERS CAN SETTLE PRIMARY BUSINESS IN JUNE 5 BALLOT 

FAIRCLOTH SPENT MORE THAN il.9 MILLION IN CAMPAIGN 

CARRINGTON GOP'S CHOICE 

CARRINGTUN WINS GOP RUNOFF 

NO MAJOR PROBLEMS FQUNO IN ELECTION RESULTS CANVASS 

THO JORDANS TOO MANY? 

KNOX. ECMISTEN SPENT 11 MILLION ON RUNOFF 

JORDAN. JOHN M. ( REP. 1 

JORDAN PLEDGES JiOO.OOO TO ELON 

JORDAN. JOHN R. JR. . 

CARSON HEADS UNC GOVERNORS BOARD 

JORDAN. LEON EDGAR 1 HILLSbOROUGH 1 (DECEASEOI 
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JORDAN, MARTHA ROBERTSON (CHAPEL HI LL I 
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UNC DUO DRAWS SUPERLATIVES 
HUNTER'S THORNS AND ROSES 
JORDAN PROVIDES SPARK; U.S. 
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JORDAN: POTENT FuRWARD 
JOROAN EARNS PRAISE AS PLVHPU 
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ATHLETES A CREDIT TO N.C. 
GAMES TO HAVE STRONG TAR HEEL 
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JORDAN, U.S. TEAMMATES TAKE FI 
JORDAN'S SCORE OEYOMD PERFECT 
JOROAN, PERKINS REPORTEDLY OUT 
JOROAN DIRECTS USA'S RUSH TO S 
JORDAN LEADS U.S. TO GOLD 
JORDAN'S OLYMPIC ACT HOJS SPA-1 
JORDAN, BULLS NEGOTIATING; 901 
bULLS OFFER 10 JOROAN SAID NE« 
JORDAN, BULLS CLOSE ON %3.5-.Sl 
BULLS SET TO SIGN JORDAN 
'iSSj' EXPECTATIONS AUAIT JOROS 
JOROAN SCORES a FOR BULLS 
JORDAN NETS i3 IN BULLS' WIN 
BULLS AWAIT ARRIVAL OF MR. JO^ 
BULLS WIN; JORDAN NETS 16 
JORDAN RALLIES CHICAGO 
JORDAN BRINGS OUT BEST IN BULL 
J"??*"'? EXPLOSION BLOWS aSay 
'AlP' JORDAN LEADS CHICAGO VI" 
JORPAN'S LATE SHOT LIFTS BULLS 
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JOROAN, RAHEEN 

TWO BROTHERS STABBED IN MELEE 
JORDAN, RALPH lOATA GENERAL) 

FROM SOUTH, NORTH ANO JAPAN: A TEAM PAYING DIVIDEND? 
JOROAN, ROBERT d. Ill (SEN. I 
CANDIDATE WILL SPEAK 

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NO CLONES IN THIS STATE RACE 

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JORDAN BEATS STEWART 

FA?»^[;S?rsPEN? Sn^ ?£^.'=?? LIFUTENANT GOVERNOR 

N.C. DEMOCRATS SAY ^ARTY IS NTT nruTncn 
ROYALL, JORDAN TANGLE OVER 5U-CFSS?nNISS, IP 
FIGHT FOR PHOSPHATE BAN TO RESUME. LOBBYISTS c.v 

rS.n I?,J^^^,"*5ENCE DIMS FORUM 

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DEMOCRATS OPEN HEADQUARTERS 

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JO«OiN< SHELTON IMtYNEI 

FOK^'EO COURT CLERK IN B4YNE nOICTEl 

Et-CLERK SENTENCEOi FINED FHR 'MISAPPLYING' MONEY 

JUDGE'S 'ft^CY' 4N INSULT 

JUDGE PICKETED JETER SUSPENDE:) SENTENCE FOR CLERK 

WAYNE CDUNTY GROUP ASKS THAT JUDGE RE REASSICNEH 

JOSEPH. ALBERT A. (ATLANTIC SEACHI 
THURBER REVISITED 

JOSEPH, EARL C. 

EOUCATO^S TOLD THEY MUST ADAP' 

COMPUTERS AND EDUCATION: FIPE' TS DISAGREE ON HOW MUCH EMPHASIS NEEDED.. • 

JOSHt. VIJAY □=. (DURHAM TECH. I 

DTI PROGRAM FILLING GAP IN NEW ^IFLO 

JQVA. CAROL 

LCH EXPANDS SHIPPING 

LCM PRICE TAG IS J325 MILLION 

LCM EMPLOYE'=S TO BEGIN LONGER ^ORK OAY -"ONOAY 

survey: median ATTORNEYS' SALARY REACHED <53.0DO IN '83 

JOYCE. MILES DR. 

DR. JOYCE ON BOARD 

JOYNER, BENJAMIN ANTHONY (GARNER! 

TWO N.C. MEN CHARGED IN S.C. lOEO'S DEATH 
EXTRADITION WAIVED IN S.C. MULDER CASE 
PROSECUTOR WILL SEEK DEATH PENALTY 

JOYNER. F. BElTON rev. 

SPRING duesn'T end need for fj el aid 

JOYNER. GARLAND L. 

POLICE OFFICER FOUND SLAIN 

POLICEMAN SHOT, KILLEO 

INFORMATION IS SOUGHT IN KILLING OF POLICEMAN 

DETECTIVE'S DEATH CALLED SUICIDE 

JOYNEk. IRVING L. IRALEIGHl 

RFOISTRICTING MAT pF CHALLENGED 

HANCOCK: NEW DISTRICTS WON'T SATISFY EVERYONE 

JOYNER. LUTHER SAMUEL REV. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

JOYNER. ROBERT SCOT (CHARLOTTEI 

FIREARM CHARGES BRING GUILTY PLEA 

JUDO. BETIT WILSON (OECEISEDI 
OBITUARY 

JUPD. DERRICK LAMONT 

RETURN PROVES MISTAKE 

JUDGE. DIANE 

SCHOOL CAREER PLAN NEEDS MORE WORK 

JUERS. KLOE MARIE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JULIAN. ALEXANDER 

SPRING FORECAST LONG AND LOOS; , ^ , 

COLOR THE" cool: ALEXANDER JULIAN BRINGS FUN TO WOMEN'S WEAR 
CROSS DRESSING 

JULIAN. ALYSTYPE 

BENEFIT ART AUCTION PLANNED FT R OCT. 2D 

JULIAN. AU'".USTA A. 

ASSISTANT TO PRESIDENT »'AMEO AT OI'RHIM TECH 
DTI IS ENTERING FUND-RAISING BUSINESS 

JULIAN. RITCHIE lEOA) 

OFFICIALS' OUTIES LIMITED D'IRI NG FPA INVESTIGATION . _ 

RECOMMENDATION SHOCKS EPA OFFICIAL 

EPA OFFICER RETIRING AFTER PRTBE 

EPA OFFICIAL RETIRES AFTER INVESTIGATION 

OFFICIAL SAYS HE WAS ORDERED TO PROMOTE WORKER AT EPA 

EPA AGENCY DIRECTOR AT RTP DEMIES ORDERING PROMOTION 

J750 FINE RECOMMENDED FOR FOR" ER EPA OFFICIAL 

JULIAN. VIO&INIA 

LOST RHEA'S ADVENTURE NEIRS £•< 



JURSCEK, GEORGE G. 

GROUP MAY LOSE DAVIE COUNTY F»RM 

JUSTICE, CLARA MAE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

JUSTICE, LFLLA HEW6TT (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

KAGARISE. TQM (DURHAM CO. ENGI'IEERI 
TREATMENT PLANT NEAR CAPACITY 

KAHN. LLOYD OR. (N.Y. POO I AT", 1 S T I 

THOSE ACHING FEET - DOCTORS N^^ EOEO 

KAHR. TOOY Y. (DUKE "J . 1 

DUKE FILLS HIGH POST 

KAIN. TOMMY 

KING OF (THIGH) PAIN 

DUKE'S KAIN NAMED ALL-ACC BOOT E= 

KAISER, TQNY W. (KING) 

N.C. SAILOR DIES IN SHIP ACCIOENf 

KALE. WILLIAM ARTHUR 

KALE GETS ALUMNI AWARD FOR VO-UNTEER SERVICE 

KALTINICK, VERA ICHEFI 

SILVER PALATE'S MESSAGE: KEEP IT fresh. SIMPLE 

KAMMERER. CHARLENE REV. 

MURDER CRUEL AND UNJUST. NOT =XECUriON 

KAMMERER GETS POST 

SUNRISE SERVICES A TRADITION AT DUKE 

DUKE MINISTER TO TAKE POST IN FLA. CHURCH 



H ? (i/07/8<. A 18 

H 2 6/12/e<. B 5 

S 2 6/13/84 A A 

H 2 6/26/e<> A 1 

H ? 7/06/84 B 4 



H 2 3/26/B4 A 



H 2 4/05/'4 B 4 
H 2 4/11/84 C 1 



H 2 12/l'»/84 A 11 

S 2 1/04/A4 C 1 

H 2 5/30/R4 A 1 

S 2 6/22/B4 A 1 



N 04(> 
N 046 



N C60 
N L41 
N C60 



H 2 9/27/84 A 23 P N L41 
S 2 10/22/S4 A 5 



H 2 9/25/84 S ■; 
H ? 9/^6/84 A 13 
H I 9/28/84 B 1 



H 2 3/29/R4 A 



H 2 3/19/»4 B 1 

S 2 3/n/B4 A 3 

H 2 3/20/84 A 9 

H 2 4/27/84 A 16 



H 2 3/09/84 A 8 N 

S 2 3/09/84 A 1 N C60 



H 2 9/15/84 BSD 

H 2 3/22/84 C 11 N 

H 2 12/01/84 C 6 

H 2 2/23/84 A 15 N 

H 2 12/12/84 A 4 L 

H 2 9/13/84 A 6 



H 2 1/29/84 E 1 P F H45 
H 2 2/19/B4 E 1 P F H45 
H 2 7/01/84 E 1 P F H45 



H 2 9/25/84 A 6 P F 



N 


I 41 


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N 


( 41 


N 




N 


( 41 


N 


L41 



H 2 6/20/84 B 1 
S 2 9/18/84 B I 



H 2 4/19/84 A 1 

H 2 4/20/84 A 9 

H 2 7/17/84 A I 

S 2 7/17/B4 A 3 

H 2 9/06/84 A 1 

H 2 9/07/84 A 1 

H 2 12/08/84 C 1 N 



S 2 5/30/84 A I P N COS 

H 2 11/25/64 E 2 P F C4e 

H 2 7/14/84 A 8 N 

H 2 1/18/84 A 10 

H 2 12/23/E4 2 

S 2 12/11/84 C 1 N J56 

H 2 1/19/84 B I F B30 

H 2 3/08/84 A 17 N 



5 2 10/06/84 A ID 
H 2 11/24/84 8 5 



H 2 2/25/84 A 11 N 
S 2 5/22/84 C 3 N 
H 2 9/20/84 C 1 P F H45 



H 2 l/2''/e4 A 4 L 

S 2 4/20/04 A 5 N 

S 2 ■ 4/21/84 A 1 P F S09 

H 2 4/22/84 C 9 N 



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PAGE 179 
1/IA/R5 



KANE, fDWARO J. 

bANK INSURANCF SYSTEM SHAKY. PRnFFSSQR SAYS 

KAPLAN, MEAL I INTERSTATE SECURITIES CORP. I 

CONSUMER SPENDING INCREASES I'l NORTH CAROLINA 
KAPLIN, MICHAEL IHILSONI 

^fi^^^g%5ikhNi2*^Sb}\g''iirTH"'"^ "^'"^ 

KARL, GEORGE (BASKETBALL COACHl 

At'^PANDOm''^''" ^° "^ ''"'^° "^" CAVALIERS' COACH 

KARL BECOMES NBA'S YOUNGEST CDACH 

^2gr?R^g?T?^E^Ar?;hi°"'^«^'"^'° -" '^ » 

ONE BIG job: THE BIG LEAGUE: ^ORMER UNC STAR GEORGE KARL IN MIDST.., 
KARL, JEAN lEDITORJ 

MANY •CALLED- TQ WRITE LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN BUT FEW HAVE TALENT 
KARNdSKI, TQM 

STATE ENGINEER SAYS TESTS SHOW PCB LANDFILL SAFE 
KARR, KEN 

KARR HAPPY TO JOIN CFA 

KARSFVAR, HARVFY 0. 

TllTi S^'JustIc^ "'" "'° ^^°°° 

KASAROA, JOHN 0. 

E^^?r?ffn*L°L^°/''^"°°°"'^'"^"'c^''™"'^^ TN CITIES 
ARE CITIES A BANE TO POOR? STUDY AIMS TO FIND ANSWER 

KASTANIS, JUDITH 

WORKERS CHARGE IBM MADE THEM 'GUINEA PIGS' 
KATAHN, MARTIN DR , 

DIETS, OBESI lY LINKED 

KATAYA'IA, '.'IHACHtRO (MITSUIISHII 

MITSUBISHI HEAD T] VISIT DURHAM 

SHE COULDN'T FIND PURF CHILI IN ';iipprmadk ctc 

MITSUBISHI PRESIDENT Visits CTY^' 

GROUP POLITE. BUT BUSINESSLIKE 

KATIYO (INDONESIAN DANCE'J 

INDONESIAN DANCER AT DUKE SUNDAY 

KATZ, ANDREA (DUKE PRIMATE CENTER 1 

DUKE PRIMATE CENTER HOME FOR ^ ARE LEMURS 
KAT2, SAMUEL L. DR. 

CLASSIC HELPS GIVE KIOS SOMET^ING EXTRA 

""*"suAiT;5y'^CFi!^7ij?''Siiyf"DS^£.i"'°"^^«'«L"-" 

KAYE, ALAN (ASHEVILLEl 

¥:£'..???' PACES DRUG CHARGE 

TAR HEEL ON TRIAL IN COCAINE SCHEME 

KEARNEY, CURTIS DOUGLAS IL0UIS8URG) 

FRANKLIN MAN CHARGED WITH STAruTO(«Y RAPE 



SO SHE MADE HER OWN 



KEARNEY, WILLIAM BURNETT 

TWO MEN CHARGED IN ROBBERY, 



KEARNS, LYDIA HURSEY 
OBITUARY 



KILLING AT FRANKLIN STORE 



(DECEASEOI 



KEFN.niDNALOW INFIELD (DECEASEOI 
UB I ( UA RY 

'*^^"^luCl?'^L'"0'"'^°''l INEWTON GROV=) 

THREE PERSONS DIE IN DURHAM. CHATHAM WRECKS 

""'"'oefTUAR?**'"-^"'' "^"*"L HILLI (DECEASED) 

KEESE, WILLIAM 

PUNCH MISSING AT POPULATION CONFERENCE 

KEESEE, Calvin junior 

ip'ill^^lJ'T^'U'ol^g' HIGH-SPEED CHASE 

KEESEE* THOMAS W. (N.Y.I 

3 COUNTY FARMS SOLD FOR PROJE'T 
KI!i*'?A,,.-i^S^''E -"^"^ SANFORDS IN DEVELOPMENT 
NEW TOWN BUILDERS LONG ON RES3UPCES 

KEICHEP, PHILIP A. 

DURHAM'S GROWTH CALLS FOR RF S^ ntj <; TB Tl TTv 
D'Jff "OWE" CUSTOMERS tISeDoI BEING SoJeEUD 
'KEEP DURHAM A PLEASANT PLACE TO I.IVE' 

KEIGHTON, JA"ES D. 

LOOK! UP IN THE SKY!: STARGAZING PARTY 
KEITH, ANNIE 

HER EASTER LILIES BLOOM JUST IS THEY CHOOSE 
KEITH, JAMES C JANIE 

SA/r,^*"^ O'ES IN SHOOTING 

POLICE PROBE SHOOTING DEATH 

KEITH, L. J. 

WOMAN ADMITS LYING AbOUT ASSAJLT CHARGE 

'"'"oBlfSJi^ PHILLIPS (DECEASED. 

KELLER, KURIIS 

ALAMANCE TEENS' ROBOT CRABS ATTENTION 
KELLER, MARGARET 

COUNCILMEN TO GET BUS SYSTEM PLAN 

'aSrii^sT^S'^!gNl2cJf ItIsI'"" '^^"' ^"^'« 



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P D DATE C PG L P BYL 



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S 2 10/02/B* B 9 



S ? 7/03/84 A 1 
H 2 7/04/84 C 1 



H 2 7/2',/B'. 1 

S 2 7/26/B4 B I 

S 2 7/26/8<, B I 

H 2 7/27/84 c 2 

S 2 7/27/84 D 3 

H 2 12/09/84 C 6 



N 

(I DI8 

N 

N 

N 

U C52 



H 2 9/16/84 3 P U H4'! 
H I 1/06/84 B 1 N L30 
S 2 6/04/84 B 7 N 



H 2 4/01/54 B 13 
H 2 4/05/84 A 4 



M ? 10/25/84 A 19 
S 2 12/01/84 A 1 
H 2 12/13/84 A 18 



H 2 8/11/84 A 1 
S 2 7/11/84 A 8 



N C50 
N U80 



N J56 



S 2 10/01/84 C 1 P N 

H 2 10/04/84 A 23 P N L41 

H 2 10/05/84 A 7 P N 

S 2 10/05/84 CI N A47 

H 2 12/07/84 D 9 P N 

S 2 7/05/84 A 1 N S30 

H 2 5/17/84 A ION M09 

H 2 10/10/84 B 8 P P K30 



M 2 4/10/84 B 9 N 
S 2 4/10/84 C 5 N 



H 1 10/03/84 C 1 N 

H 1 2/09/84 B 1 N 

H 2 3/18/84 8 2 

H 2 2/08/84 A 13 

H 2 10/01/84 D 1 H 

H 2 2/17/84 C 8 

H 2 a/25/84 A 4 P L 



H 2 5/24/84 B 1 N 
S 2 5/24/84 A 13 N 



H 2 7/10/84 A 1 M N L41 

S 2 7/10/84 CI N 

H 2 8/19/84 A 1 F L41 



H 2 3/05/84 A 4 L 
H 7 3/17/84 A 4 L 
H 2 5/21/84 A 4 L 



H 2 4/05/84 D 1 P F W66 
H 2 6/24/84 E 10 P u G7a 



H 2 11/15/84 B 1 
S 2 U/15/84 C 1 



H 2 5/05/84 B 7 

S 1 1/12/84 C 1 

H 2 2/17/84 C 8 

H 2 6/13/84 B 1 



S 2 3/20/84 A 1 
H 2 ■3/22/n4 A 1 
S 2 3/22/84 C 1 



N A54 

N A47 



N K90 
N S51 
N K90 



HONTHLY/AN 



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G'iOUNOeOEAKING SET 

MIfJISTRIES CENTER OEOICATION 5UN0AY 

162";. 000 '(AtSFO FOR URBAN MINISTRIES 

URBAN MINISTRIES CENTER CONSTRUCTION WILL BEGIN NEXT WEEK 

KELLER. THCtAS 

HUNT WABNS ABOUT TRIANGLE GROW TM 

iiTP G'OWTH MAY CAUSE PAINS, OFFICIALS kARNET 

SUPERGOVEH.'iHENT rtON • T SOLVE TRIANGLE PROBLE'«S 

'PRICELESS JEWEL": SHOULD A SJ PER'".OVcPN"ENT MANAGE THE TRIANGLE? 

TWICE EARNED, TRIANGLE OFFICIALS SHOULD REACT 

HELLER TO SPEAK 

KELLEY, GEBALO IO'JPHAM PLANNER! 

CITY PLANNER LEAVING FOR SIMILAR COUNTY JOB 
HIGH COURT UPHOLDS 1992 ANNEX! TION PLAN 
LANO-USE PLANS TALKED BY COUNTY 

KELLEY. LINDA D. 

RUFUS HAS 'HIGH GROUND' ON TA<ES 

KELLEY. MARC S. 1 WlL"INGTONI 

LEADE= CF TAX PROTEST ARRESTED IN WILMINGTON 
TAX PROTESTORS GET PRISON IER''S 

KELLEY. RACHEL ELIZABETH IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

KELLY, AOAM IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

KELLY, ANGIE (GASTONIAI 

GASTONIA JAYCEES ADMIT 3 WOMEN 

KELLY, 3ETTYE 

AID WILL BE HARDER I OR EASIER! TO GET 

FUND TO HELP DURHAM PEOPLE PAY ENERGY BILLS ALMOST GONE 

KELLY, EDWARD DR. 

HOW ONE CHAPEL HILL COMPANY G3 T 2 GRANTS 

KELLY, JACK JOSEPH JR. (NEW JERSEY! 

BULL SEMEN STOLEN, N.J. MAN ARRESTED 

KELLY, KURTIS 

ROBOT INVENTORS 

KELLY, WILLIAM LYNN IGASTONIAI 
SKELETON IDENTIFIED 

KEMP, JACK IPEP.! 

KEMP SPEAKS IN SUPPORT OF CANDIDATE 

KENAN. FRANK H. 

NOT ON COMMITTEE 

2 NAMED DURHAM ACADEMY LIFE TRUSTEES 
UNC WILL PRESENT 3 HONORARY DEGREES 
DURHAM RESIDENTS TO GET UNC AJARDS 
NCCU, UNC Tn GIVE DIPLOMAS TOMORROW 
CAROLINA BLUE 'STORM' SWEEPS JP DEGREES 
CIVIC LEADE'S EARN HONORS 

3 COUNTY Farms sold for project 

KENAN, JEESEE JOIN SANFCIRDS IV OEVELOPMENT 

NEW TOWN BUILDERS LONG ON RESOURCES 

KENANS ARE INCLUDED ON FORBES' LISTING OF L«RGE FAMILY FORTUNES 

KENAN, OWE^' 

WiLLOWOAILt TO GET FIRST TENANT 

KENAN, WILLIAM RAND JR. 

UNION CARBIDE GOT ITS START IN N.C. WHEN CANAL WATER BEGAN BUBBLING 

KENDALL, HELEN MILDRED (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

KENOaiCK, ELEANOR P. C^UTNER! 

SHUT-INS NEED FAMILY SUPPORT 

KENERLY. WILLIAM R. (NORTH WILKFS30R01 (DECEASED! 
MAN, 24. KILLED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT 

KENION, CHARLES HENRY (HILLSBOROUGH! (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ENGLISH DIGNITARIES LUNCH WITH HILLSBOROUGH COUPLE 

KENNEDY, DAVID 

KOCH'S CRY RINGS HOLLOW 

KENNEDY, ELI»S SIDNEY (ALAMANCE CO.! (DECEASED! 
ALAMANCE HAN KILLED IN WRECK 

KENNEDY, JOHN FITZGERALD 

JERRY BRUNO LOVES GETTING LOST IN CROWD 

KENNEDY, JOHN P. (HILLSBOROUGH! 

ENGLISH DIGNITARIES LUNCH WITH HILLSBOROUGH COUPLE 

KENNEDY, MAX 

'•-3 SCHOOL BOARP SPLIT CONCERNS CHALLENGERS 

KENNEDY, MiLCREd WILSON ( H I LLS80R0J GH ! (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

KENNEDY, MINNIE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

KENNEDY, THOMAS E. (BURROUGHS wELL:0"E CO.! 
VOLUNTEER FIRFMEN WIN COMMENDATION 

KENNEDY, .. J. Ill 

KENNEDY ,AS SANOUET SPEAKER 
MUTUAL "EPO'TS UP, DOWN YEAR 
THE POINT IS... 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM J. Ill (N.C. MUTUAL INSURANCE C".! 

ARBITRATOR ACCUSES Duke of RAtlAL DISCRIMINATION 
DUKE FIGHTS BIAS CASE JUDGMENT 
DUKE SUIT GETS EXTENSION 

KENNEY, STEPHEN (N.Y.I 

MR. THOREAU VS. THE COURTS 

KENNISON. ALLEN THORNTON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



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S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



DATE 

5/23/9'. 

5/2'/n4 

B/0<./»<i 

10/06/84 



3/01/P4 
3/02/84 
3/04/84 
3/18/84 
4/2T/84 
5/02/84 



S 2 
H 2 
H 2 



5/03/84 
5/04/84 
8/14/84 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

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S 2 

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H 2 

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5 2 
H 2 
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H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 



3/22/64 
8/10/94 



8/18/84 
5/04/84 
8/26/84 



5/31/84 
10/13/84 



12/0'?/R4 
6/24/84 
6/13/84 
1/10/84 
8/09/84 



2/02/84 
2/00/84 
4/21/94 
4/21/84 
5/12/94 
5/14/94 
5/19/94 
7/10/84 
7/10/84 
9/19/84 
9/23/94 



12/14/84 

12/12/84 

10/29/84 

5/31/84 

11/24/84 

11/17/94 

7/24/84 

5/07/84 

3/06/84 

10/07/84 

7/24/84 

5/06/84 

5/30/84 

2/09/94 

3/16/84 



2/15/P4 
3/31/84 
4/06/84 



3/23/94 
3/24/P4 
3/30/94 



9/25/84 
9/05/84 



S 2 11/02/64 A 



N X75 
N 046 

E 



N K90 
N S51 
N -lai 



N 991 
N J56 



N COS 

N W36 

6 

N L41 

N 

F L41 

N L41 



1 

1 P 
6 P 
3 



N 

F 046 

N 

N H90 





L 

N 

N L41 

P M66 



1 P 

1 

1 



N 

N H05 



MONTHLY/4 



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NAMES 



PACE 191 
l/l4/fl5 



KENNON. THFLMA (WILSONI 

WILSON POLICEMAN SLI&HTUY WOU^OED 

KENT, ELIZABETH 

DON'T SHOOT THE SQUIRRELS 

KEOLAVANH, KHAMTANK lOXFTRHl 

LAOTIAN FAMILY FINOS HOME IN DRANVILLE COUNTY TOXN 

KEPLEY. JAMES LLOYO (LEXINGTONI 

TWO LEXINGTON MEN FOUND DEAD 

HAMMER SAIO USED IN 2 BEATING DEATHS 

KERCKHOFF, SYLVIA 

THREE COUNCIL MEMBERS GET A'S ON CHAMBER'S NEW REPORT CARD 
KERNOOLE. LECY MARTIN (ALAMANCE CO. i (OECEASEDI 

ALAMANCE TEACHER LEAVES BEOUEST TO ELON COLLEGE 

KERR. DANA (PEST EXTERMINATOR) 

NO Tyn DAYS ARE ALIKE FOR VETSRAN EXTERMINATOR 

KERREY. PO'!ERT CJEBRASKA GOV. I 

NEBRASKA GOV. VISITS nURHAM 

KERSEY, JOANNE 

ADULTS IN SCHOOL HAVE ODD PROBLEMS 

KESLER. KIRK L. 

KESLER HONORED 

KESSEL, JOHN (WRITER) 

SCI-FI WRITER RELISHES BIZARRE PLOTS 

KESSLER, JIM 

READING MACHINE MAY HELP BLINI STUDENTS 

KESSLER, LAWRENCE DR. 

APPEALS COURT BACKS UNC IN SUIT 

KETCH, JAMES 

SPRING CONCERT IS TONIGHT 

KHAOAFY, MIDAMMAR (COL.) 

KHAOAFY STILL A DISGRACE 

KHADAFY ANO LIBYA CAUGHT WITH PANTS DOWN (CARTOON! 
KHAN, DUNCAN * 

TWO LEADERS OF YOUTH FARM ARE NAMED IN SEX CHARGES 

KHOMEINI, AYATOLLAH 

PUZZLING PARTNERSHIP 
IRAN: IS JUSTICE POSSIBLE? 

KHOURY, GREGHRY OR. 

EXCESSIVE CAFFEINE LINKED TO WOES 

CAFFEINE FIX! PSYCHIATRIST WA? NS OF DEPENDENCY 

KIBEL, BARRY 

SCHOOLS GET COMPUTER SUPERVISOR 
KIESEL, ROBERT R. (UNC-CH) 

TWO ARE CHARGED WITH SETTING FIRE 

KIFF6R, DESIRE A. (TALLAHASSEE, FLA.l 
BANNER ELK PLANE CRASH KILLS <l*)l 

''"■GORE, JAMES D. (PINE STATE CREA'lERY) 

N.C. STATE UNIVERSITY PRESENTS WATAUGA AWARDS 
KILLBURN, COLLINS REV. 

STUDY LOOKS AT ETHICS OF TOBACCO BUSINESS 
KILLFN, JAMES (MINNESOTA! 

MINNESOTA ARTIST WINNER OF 198 4 N.C. PRINT CONTEST 
KILLIAN, CARL DAN MRS. (CULLOWHEE! 

THEY NEVER THOUGHT THEY WOULD SEE SO MUCH GOOD POETRY 

'<'I-''»;PICK, CHRISTOPHER (CHAPEL HILL) 

COURT CLEARS BUSCH AND HARRIS IN ACCIDENT AT UNIVERSITY MALL 
KILPATRICK, JAMES J. 

KILPATRICK APOLPGY USES POOR LOGIC 

BUDGET PREDICTIONS: MATH BY SLEIGHT 

GUARDIAN OF LANGUAGE :>li:ii.hi 

BELIEF REMAINS STRONG 
KIM, CHUNG S. OR. 

ffi^ Ifii'^I'^T TO STUDY BRAIN JASTF 

UNC SCIENTIST RECEIVES GRANT 

KIM, SE JIM DR. 

FORMER NCCU PROFESSOR KIM DIES IN NATIVE KOREA 

KIMBROUGH, FRANK (R0X30R0) 

KIMBROUGH, GLEN WINSTON 

POLICE CAR DAMAGED IN CHASE 
KIMBROUGH, STEVEN (OPERA SINGER! 

Fii^iiRrsSKTEis foYiU i)Sii,rj '''''" ^'""<°"=" 

"'"'^AotJ.lfS-^USTtN (DECEASED) 

U" 1 1 UAKY 

KIMREY, riAVID JAMES (EFLANI) 

POLICE ARREST TEEN AFTER 3G-MI LE CHASE 
KINCAIO, DONALD (5FNAT0R) 

MARTIN'S PROBLEMS MAY LIE WITH REPUBLICANS 
KINCAIO, JOHN 

AK2«a^'lNj35?5^ 'iT,l,''ri'^lV",^tll"''°' ADJUSTMENT 
'''■^•fJ^S^^? £^35IUS0R^^SSc.^?^^!5^ ASSISTANT! 



N E 
P D 



S I T 
E L Y 
DATE C PG L P BYL 



H ? lO/CS/n* A 6 N 
H 2 3/19/84 A 4 L 
H 2 4/06/84 B 1 P F L30 



H 2 3/20/84 A 14 
H 2 3/21/94 A 8 



N S51 



H 2 12/29/R4 A I 

H 2 3/17/94 A 15 N 

H 2 6/04/94 B 1 P G L30 

H 2 10/25/84 A 20 P N T37 

S 2 6/26/84 A 1 N S80 

S 2 4/20/84 C 3 N 

S 2 10/11/84 4 P F 

H 2 6/29/84 B 4 F U80 

H 2 8/10/84 B 4 N 

S 2 3/27/84 4 N 



S 2 4/21/94 A 4 E 

H 2 4/25/84 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 11/25/84 4 E 

H 2 11/25/84 4 T T P56 



H 2 10/06/84 A 14 



S 2 4/28/84 A 4 
H 2 12/26/84 A 4 



S 2 4/19/84 C 1 N 

H 2 8/14/84 B 1 P F B30 



H 3 7/18/84 B 1 N 

H 3 3/16/84 B 1 N 

H 2 8/10/84 B 6 N 

H 2 3/09/84 A 7 N 

H 2 4/09/84 C 10 N 

H 2 3/11/84 C 12 P N 

H 2 7/28/84 B 4 N 

H 2 6/19/94 A 1 N '. 



H 2 1/31/84 A 4 

H 2 3/15/84 A 4 

H ? 4/29/94 A 4 

H 2 8/06/94 A 4 



H 2 10/31/94 A 15 
S 2 10/31/84 A 6 



H 2 9/12/84 A 10 



H 2 4/29/84 E 1 P F J40 
H 2 12/14/84 B 2 P F J40 



H 2 9/02/84 C 6 



H 2 10/26/84 D 1 P F W56 
H 2 10/29/84 A 9 N 



H 2 2/04/84 A 12 

S 2 4/17/84 A 5 N K45 

S 2 11/23/84 C 4 J 



H 3 1/19/84 8 1 P N H90 

H 2 1/30/94 B 1 P N H90 

M 3 7/13/84 8 1 N H90 

S 2 7/13/84 A 5 N 



H 2 3/15/84 A 6 P N 



M0N7HLY/ANNU41. 

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10 TOUGHEST BOSSES IH AMERICi 



BALLOON FLIER'S SON 'PLEASEO" 

KITTINGEB, JPE JS. (AVIATORI 

BALLOON FLIER'S SDN 'PLEASED' 

KITZXILLER. VIRGIilA lOLENWOOO SCHTOL PRINCIPAL) 

l)f°„i.^'''' SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO "FCT jITH BLACK CAUCUS 

SCHOOL RACIAL P903LEMS TO BE TJISCUSSED "r GROUP 

PERSONNEL SHIFTS -ADE IN SCHQ-ILS l^KUUK 

BOARD TO REVIE- FIRING 

SCHOOL BOARD "ULLS IPPEAL OF SCHOOL SECRETart'S FIRING 

BOARD UPHOLDS SECRETARY'S FIRING 

SCHOOL SECRFTARY LOSES JO'? appeal, GETS S20n 'RELIEF' 

POLICE POLICY FOR SCHOOLS ON AGENr>A kclici- 

SCmOOLS TIGHTEN POLICY REGARDING CALLS TO POLICE 

KIVETT, CHARLES T. (JUDGE) 

THREE OEKOCRATS RECOHMENDEO FOR ./ACANT JUDGESHIP 

JUDGE Shorn in 

KLEINMAN, "ARTIN (CHARLOTTE) 

BIAS CHARGED IN PROFESSOR'S TENURE CASE 

KLEINHAN. ShERRYL (U-JC-CH) 

SOCIOLOGIST FINOS SOME SURPRISES IN STUOY OF SEMINARIANS 

KLINE, GEORGE BURROWS ( K I LH I NGTO'J ) (DECEASED) 

DIANA REMAINS THREAT, 1 UEaTh TIED TO STORM 

<(.INGEL, ALLAN KARD ICHAPEL H1LL> 
5 FACE CHARGES FOR ORUCS 
FIVE PERSONS ARRESTED ON ORUG CHARGES 

KLOPMAN, WILLIAM (BURLINGTON INDUSTRIE'! 

•FORTUNE' MAGAZINE RANKS KLOP>(AN 1 OF 

KUOTMAN. PAUL OR. 

DUKE DOCTORS SEEK HYPERTENSION RELIEF 

DOCTORS TO SEE IF POTASSIUM CJTS BLOOD PRESSURE 

KLUTTZ, CHARLES L. (MOCKSVILLc) 

JUDGE REFUSES TO "OVE TRIAL 0= N.C. TRUCK DRIVER 

KLJTTZ'S JURY TO GET CASE 

TAR HEEL TRUCK DRIVER CONVICTED IS DEADLY CRASH 

TRUCK DRIVER from N.C. CONVICTED 

TRUCK DRIVER RECEIVES SENT£HC= IN FATALITI=' 

TRUCK DRIVER TO APPEAL SENTENCE IN CRASH DEATHS 

KNAPP, CECILE MATHEWS (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

KNAPP, EDWARD A. DR. (NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION) 
PHYSICIST TO SPEAK 

KNAPp: U.S. SCIENCE COMMITMENT STRONG 
BASIC research: jaPS NO THREAT 

KNIGHT, AGNES 

TIN CANS, STRING WOULD WORK AS WELL 

KNIGHT, BOBBY 

KNIGHT GOT GOOD LOOK AT PLAYE'S 

SMITH, KNIGHT MATCH PROGRAMS, NOT STYLE 

UNC-INOIANA: defense MAY TELL THE TALE 

TOUGH-GUY KNIGHT PLAYING UNPE'OOG'S ROLE 

BOBBY KNIGHT SAVORS BIG WIN 

PRICE, CHARLES CASUALTIES AFTER OLYXPIC SOUAO CUTS 

KNIGHT AIMS FOR ONE GOAL: OLYMPIC GOLD 

TnMORI=OW THE WORLD 

JORDAN EARNS PRAISE AS OLYMPIANS WHIP NBA 

KNIGHT, DONALD BBUCE ( GaEENS'^ORO ( 

7 INDICTED IN CTCAINE SHUGGLI'lG 

FEDERAL PROSECUTOR CONTENDS HwYER LINKED TO DRUG RING 

KNIGHT, JAMES H. DO. 

JACKSON'S DIPLOMACY PRODUCED 'ESULTS 

KNIGHT, JIM (PUBLIC INFO. OFFICER, OEPT OF AG.) 
FARM AMENDMENT MAY BE OVERLOO<ED 

KNIGHT, LEIAH 

NEWLYWEDS PLAN TO START A I4EU LIFE IN ORLANDO. FLA. 
KMGHT, LUCY 

DISPUTE CENTER: FOR SOLVING A BEEF WITHOUT GOING TO COURT 

KNIGHT, TRACY L. (PSO) 

PSO'S TRIAL IS "ELAYED 

OFFICER'S TRIAL DELAYED 

JUDGE RULES DUkham PSO NOT GUILTY 

DURHAM PSD FOUND NOT GUILTY 0= OWI 

KNOERR, ALETA 

WOMEN HAVE ENOUGH BRAINS TO C^OOSE ATTIRE 
KNOTT, BRUCE 

KNOTT LOOKS TO LOOSEN KNIGHTS' GRIP ON FALCONS 

KNOTT, CHARLES EOwARO (SINNOTT C I R: L E ) 

3 HURT; HAN CHARGED WITH HIT-iUN, DWI 

KNOUSE, DAVID ZENO 

PANTYHOSE THEFTS LEAD TO ARRESTS 

KNOX. CHARLIE 

KNOX'S WIFE AND BROTHER BACK HELMS' RE-FLFCTION 
NATIONAL Party, HUNT'S WAFFLING HURT DEMOCRATS 
KNOX EFFECTIVELY BOWS OUT OF POLITICAL SCENE 
LESSONS TO LEARN FROM KNOX CAMPAIGN 

KNOX, OAVID OR. 

COLLEGIATE DATING? SAME OLD G'lPES 

KNOX. EDWARD (CHARLOTTE) 

KNOX SINGING FQP CAMPAIGN 

'FDDIE KNOX, DEDICATED SERVANT' 

KNOX DIDN'T GET GROUP'S E-IOORS EW^NT 

KNOX 'OUT UF TUNE' WITH TAK HEtLS 

ISSI^I^" LEADS N.C. HOPEFULS IN FUND RAISING 

KNOX PAYS FEE TO ENTER RACE 

EDDIE KNOX Backs ECU medical ' Cho"l 

LETTER KNOCKING KNOX WAS 'IN :RR0R' 

KNOX REPEATS VOW TO HELP RURAL AREAS 

KNOI: TEACHER pay TO RISE 

KNOX: LEADERSHIP IS kEt 

KNOX: SCHOOLS. INDUSTRY TOP CONCERNS 



DATE 
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S 2 t>/20/»4 A 1 N K45 
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H 2 4/24/84 B 1 P F S5l 



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PAGE 185 
1/14/85 



SlIBERNATORUL CANDIDATE HELPED 
STEHART HONOKEO BY JAYCBE5 
cn2;c5yS''°'*JS CURES ON CAMPAI- 
P5mA5I!^? 5^"" 5TP0NGER IN SU^ 
CANDIDATE PRQWISES NG SIGN LIT 
KNOX STRESSES LEADERSHIP exPeJ 
il'.^i fyll-'NES RURAL ECONoSlC 5 
KNOX -TOUGH. CLEVER- IN PREVE»i 
CANPIDATE-S WIFE TO SPEAK ON S 
KNOX TOUGH, INNOVATIVE IN CP M 
GREEN FAVORS PROPOSJL HAOE 3Y 

K«o%"'c!^Ifiil:p"'^'""'*^" ''«^" 

IN HEAVEN-S NAME 

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES- WIV= 
HART, JACKSON TO VISIT N.C. 
GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES DIFFE 
KNOX PERCHED ATOP POLLS 
KNOX WILL APPEAR AT OAY-CARE F 
UTILITY COMPANIES BACK B DO I E K 
KNOX TO BE IN CHAPEL HILL 
KNOX WOULD TEST ON-SITE CHILD 
DAY CARE CONCERNS KNOX "-""•" 
THE QUIET UE.10CRATS 
^fM^ PROPOSES CREATION OF EXP 
GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGN SPENDI') 
KNOX, EOMISTEN ARE CLGS^ IN P] 
^jr'S S'l" "«" REPEAL OF HAR3 
CANDIDATES VOW ACTION ON ECOND 
KMOX CHARGES THAT EOMISTEN PAS 
VOTERS- ALLIANCE ENDORSES KNOX 
GOP RAPS HUNT-S BACKING OF FRY 
?i'SJr„^5"'STEN TRADE BARBS 
CANDIDATES TRY LAST-MINUTE CAH 
ir?^ni^' '^"O" OUTRUN pack: FA 
^t^SJION RETURNS IN DURHAM COU 

E^fij^ysN^^ic?^"^" ■" °"'<"*" 

AN EARLY START? 

EDMISTEN, KNOX ALREADY EXCHANj 
EOMISTEN, KNOX SEEK SUPPORT OF 
c^fi?. ^I^ST TO HAND OUT ENDORS 
FAIPCLOTH ENDORSES EOMISTEN' S 
SIl-"ORE ENOORSES KNOX FOR GOVF 
EDUCATORS SHUN ENDORSEMENT 
NOW IN MENTHOL! KNOX, GPEFH- 
CANOIDATES ASK INGRAM F0R8ic< 
KNOX, EDMISTEN RACE HEATS UP 
fS?fe^S Ji"^' '<™» ENDORSEMENT 

K^9J„?'-J5rS FOE-S -TOUGH COP- 
VOTERS CAN SETTLE PRIMARY UUSI 
lUP^O^TERS WORKING ON GOVERNOR 
iKC?9?Jf''5 WORKING ON GOVERNOR 
EDMISTEN, KNOX DEBATE |c T 
EDMISTEN CITES -UNITY RALLY- 
KNOX URGES DEVELOPMENT IN EAST 

FAIRCLOTH SPENT MORE THAN Jl ,5 
CANDIDATES SPEND MILLIONS 
FIGHTING CRIME: WORDS OR ACTH 

iKs;s?isv^5?iL^?7iir aH » 

??Ut^i?^s'Si{llP= ^"^■"'"- 

KNOX TO VISIT DURHAM 
FnS^USK £';S?'-5i''^S GOING TO rf 
EOMISTEN RAPS FOE'S ATTACKS 
?^2?cf?r"T SEEN BYK^r^ 
lRuIIIi^ 5*'5 ISSUES NEED DIS- 
EDMISTEN, KNOX COURT BLACK Vof 
OUR CHILDREN-S FUTURE T... EDO IF 
5^2^5^° EOMISTEN CHiRGE EACH 
EOMISTEN, KNOX SIMILAR ON ISSU 
EOMISTEN SAYS OPPONENT USINg"^ 
KNOX: POOR ROADS IN EAST ARF J 
l°,^^fn1'i'ir: 5,"'*"0L CpfAE'''NOT 
S?A?i"?Ji^ cfkyS^eST OVFRSHAD] 
STATE GOP LFAOfcR SAYS HUNT SFF 

KNOX -NO FRIEND- OF N.c" TEACH 

KNOX, EDMISTEN SPAK OVER UTILI 

KNOX CLAIMS HE DEaCs WITH FACT 

EDMISTEN DENIES VOTER INTIMIoi 

fV?5^S''""^'"S EDMISTEN OVfS 

GILMORE: KNOX CLEAR ON KEY ISS 

BLAMING EOMISTEN IS A KNOX PIT 

* SOUND economy:. „E5DIEKNSi^ 

EOMISTEN, KNOX SNUB EACH OTHE^ 

WORLD 600 ATTRACTS POLITICAL r 

r^f'S.^AWS SILENCE NAtCS FOMIS 

^?'^SJSi'ES CONCENTRATE ON "eTT 

READEOS SCORE EDMISTEN, KNOX- 

EDMISTEN QUELLS CRITICISM 

EDMISTEN PRO-CONSUMESs? 

f«Mn!n!?cPIEN WORK ON VOTER T 

CANDIDATES OFFER D I FFFRCMT I MA 

EDMISTEN CAMPAIGNS IN EAST- k5 

EDMISTEN NO CONSUMER ADVOCATE 

WAKE JURY INDICTS NRA OVFR FIE 

CANDIDATES DISAGREE ON DEBATE 

"OX DRAWS SUPPORT FOR fils PLA 

KNOX ASKS TAR HFEL VOTERS TO " 

KNOX IS EASY CHOICE IN GOVERN] 

HUNT PAPS HELMS ON SOCIAL SFCJ 

KNOXES WOULD MAKE A FINE FIRST 

EDMISTEN, KNOX PREPARE FOR DEI 

KNOX.. .READ THIS BEFORE YOU VT 

KNOX HOPES DEBATE WILL BE A TI 

DEBATING EOMISTEN. KNOX AGREE 

S^rilf^f" SCORES -KNOXIoCs- ATT- 

^"fLP'S ALLIANCE BACKING Kn£< 

tnL IJii.*i^?„00 THE OARNOEST TH 

frrDlDft^TS^OX CONTEST HIGHLIGH 

ynn u^ic^. I^SXJSSUE IN GU3FRM 

YOU HAVE A CHOICE: THERF T^ A 

Tv: NEWS PREUICts w NNER OF 0= 

BOTH EDMISTEN. KNOX CLAIM TV 3 

MSK^^^'O'" TURNOUT PREDICTED 

CANDIDATES GIVEN SUPPORT 

EDMISTEN, SUPPORTERS SENSE RU>IOFF VICTORY 



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KNOX PANEL 

VARIED DURHAM GROUPS 

STRATEGY ADJUSTMENTS 



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G TOPS t5.7 MILLION 

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> SPAULDING, HUNT 

PAIGNS 

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ING ACCUSATIONS 
DEFEATED DEMOCRATS 

ILMOKE BACKS KNOX 
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NESS IN JUNE 5 BALLOT 

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SECTION OF STATE 



SE JOIN us: (AOI 
UTILITY RATE ISSUE 
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N.. .EDDIE KNOX FOP GOVERNOR (ADI 
OF^ INTIMIDATING BLACK CAMPAIGNERS 
FRIENDSHIP AND POLITICAL SAVVY... 

AKE DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

USSION 
E 

KNOX FOR GOVERNOR (ADI 
OTHER WITH DIRTY POLITICS 

ESPERATION TACTICS 
INDERING STATE PORTS 

GUNS 
WS SAMENESS 

K^ING CAMPAIGN SUPPORT FROM THE -FAR LEFT- 
TIES 

1 NOT INNUENOOS 
TION CHARGES 
NRA ENDORSEMENT 

Y . 

FOR GOVERNOR (ADI 

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TEN 

ING OUT THE VOTE 

GiLMORE EXPALINS WHY HE ENDORSED KNOX 

EOMISTEN 
USNOUT 

§PiAK^T?%5Sr?c''^JI5M"'^ INDEPENDENCE 

CTION LETTERS 

FORMAT 

T^ORM 

g^VE THAT POLLS ARE WRONG 

RITY 

FAMILY 
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TE...( ADVERTISING INSERT) 
RNING POINT IN CAMPAIGN 
ON^ISSUES. SWAP BARBS ON OTHERS 

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T OF TUESDAY PRIMARY 

ATORIAL RACE 

BIO DIFFERE'IC: (AOI 

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3/16/84 A 
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3/23/84 A 
3/24/P4 A 
3/27/84 C 
3/28/84 A 
3/30/P4 A 
3/31/84 A 
4/09/84 A 
4/10/84 A 
4/lD/nA C 
4/1I/P4 A 
4/11/84 A 
4/12/84 A 
4/21/B4 A 
4/23/84 A 
4/25/84 A 
4/24/84 A 
4/26/84 B 
4/26/84 A 
4/27/84 B 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 A 
5/01/84 C 
5/03/84 A 
5/05/84 A 
5/D5/84 B 
5/05/84 A 
5/07/84 A 
5/08/84 C 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 A 
5/09/84 C 
5/09/p<, A 
5/09/94 C 
5/10/84 A 
5/1D/84 C 
5/11/84 A 
5/12/84 A 
5/12/84 A 
5/14/84 A 
5/14/84 A 
5/14/84 A 
5/14/94 C 
5/15/84 A 
5/16/84 A 
5/16/84 A 
5/16/84 B 
5/16/84 C 
5/16/84 C 
5/16/84 C 
5/17/84 B 
5/17/84 B 
5/17/84 C 
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5/26/81, A 

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5/27/84 A 

5/27/84 B 

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5/29/84 A 

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1/01/84 - lZ/31/8". 



SOME OEHOCRITS »*E WORRIED SSOuT BITTERNESS 0= Ci-RAK.N 

VOTERS RETU^'I TO POLLS TODAY 

TWO COUPS ENTQ^SE PULLF* 

DEMOCaTS OECIDf ON N.C. NQ1INEES • 

CANDiriATES CaOSS STATE 

EDMISTEK TOPS KNOX IN RUNOFF 

ECMISTEN: DID HF LOSE GaouNO IN PRIhaby win? 

DURHAM ELECTION RESULTS: FOR GOVERNOR 

KNOX CARRIES OUBMAJi 

ORANGE VOTEPS GO FOR KNOX 

EPHISTEN: VICTORY SHOWS N.C. VOTERS LIKE A FIGHTER 

CAiPAlG'i "UOSLINGING GETS HIXEO REVIEWS 

•PRIGPESSIVE* VOTES CAUSE DIFpERENCE 

FPNCfc-MENDING HYPOCRISY 

INSIDE 

KNOT. EDHISTEN SPENT SI MILLIDN ON RUNOFF 

KNOX SAYS ME WON'T CAMPAIGN FTR ECISTEN 5UT "ACKS PARTY 

KNOT'S WIFE AND BROTHER BACK HEL-fS' RE-FLECTION 

F0ANCE5 KNOX STUFFING ■"• I S S CD NGEN I AL ITY" RIBeON IN GARPAT-E ICARTPONl 

KNOX PLANES HUNT FOR LOSS IN > UNOFF 

NISH Sheriff backs HUNT'S CAWAIGN 

NATIONAL PARTY, HUNT'S WAFFLI'IG HURT OE"OCRArS 

EONISTfN'S SUPPORT ^ALTERS 

MARTIN OEPORTS GAINS AMONG KN3X aACxEPS 

KNOX EFFECTIVELY ?OwS OUT OF POLITICAL SCENE 

LPSSONS TO LEARN FROM KNOX CAMPAIGN 

HUNT H4KES IT TOUGH TO PE 'TRJE DEMOCRAT' 

COMMITTEE'S ENDORSEMENT SHOWS DECLINING INFLUENCE 

INSIOF 

NRA PLEADS NOT GUILTy 

KNOX TRIMS «20D.OOO OFF CAMPAIGN DEBT 

KNOX, FAIRCLJTH SPENT J? MILLION-PLUS 

KNOX WORKER BACKS EDMISTEN 

KNOX ENDORSES REAGAN 

REAGAN: REJECT PARTISAN POLITICS 

KNOX SIGNS ON WITH REAGAN TEA" 

KNOX DRAWS KNOCKS FRO" DE^OCRITS 

KNOX'S REAGAN ROLE: THE FINAL SEVERANCE 

MARTIN WOULO WELCOME KNOX ENDORSEMENT 

KNOX IS A TURNCOAT 

ENTHUSIASM PICKING UP AMONG N.C. DEMOCRATS, BUT REAr.AN LEAD WIDE 

KNOX LEFT THE GANG 

KNOX CHANGE IS SADDENING 

EDDIE KNOX SAYS 'SORE LOSER' LABEL ISN'T BOTHERING HIM 

NO USE FOR TURNCOATS 

" I DON'T THINK MISTER KNOX WILL COME OUT AGAINST YOU..." iCARTOONl 

KNOX HELPING MARTIN PUT TOGET-IER ADMINISTRATION 

JIMMY GREEN NAMED MARTIN'S TO' LOBBYIST, ADVISORY PANEL HEAD 

'TURNCOAT' DEMOCRATS FOLLOw HIGHER LOYALTY 

GOP SWEEP LEAOS TO REASSESSMENTS 

GOP WINS IN N.C. PROMPTED BY OEMQCRATIC DEFECTIONS 



TOO 



KNOX. FRANCES ICHARLOTTEI 

CANDIDATE'S WIFE TO SPEAK ON SATURDAY 

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES' WIVES CAMPAIGNING, 

KNOXES WOULD MAKE A FINE FIRST PAMILY 

KNOX'S WIFE AND BROTHER BACK HELMS' RE-ELECTION 

FRANCES KNOX STUFFING ">' I S S CONGENIALITY" RIBBON IN GARBAGE ICARTOONl 

KNOX 5LAMES HUNT FOR LOSS IN RUNOFF 

NASH SHERIFF BACKS HUNT'S CAM'AISN 

NATIONAL PARTY, HUNT'S WAFFLI'IG HURT DEMOCRATS 

KNOX EFFECTIVELY BOWS OUT OF =OLITICAL SCENE 

'The KNCXES love JESSE' FIREW1RKS ICARTOONl 

LESSONS TO LEARN FROM KNOX CAMPAIGN 

HUNT MAKES IT TOUGH TO BE 'TRUE DEMOCRAT' 

HUNT, HEL"S WON'T DEBATE AUG. n 

MARTIN, EDMISTEN DISAGREE ON IMPACT OF ENDORSEMENTS FROM KNOX'S FAMILY 

KNOX, JAMES E. JR. IDANVILLE. VA.I 

DANVILLE MAN CHARGED WITH R0B°ERY, SLAYING 

KNOX, MIKE lOURHAM BULLS) 

KNOX SHORING UP BULLS' INFIELO 

FIVE "iULLS NAMED TO ALL-STAP A-E 

KNOX SHOWS CONSISTENCY IN BULLS' DRIVE 

KNOX, LAMB PROVIDE BOOST AS 3JLLS SLIP PAST SUNS, S-* 

KNOX, RICHARD L. "OICK" IN.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHL. ASSOC.) 
KNOX NEW NCHSAA ASSISTANT 

KNUOSEN, BETTY ANN IWAKE CO. I 

MS. kNuDSEN WILL WORK FOR GIL>'0R6 

PEUPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS SPAULTiG 

3=TTY ANN KNUDSEN FOR SECRETARY OF STATE; A CHANGE FOR THE FUTURE lADl 

JORDAN GETS NARROW LEAD OVER STEWART 

BROOKS. BAKNES MAY CONTINUE B»TTLE FOR LABOR POST 



ICHAPEL HILLI 



KNUOTZPN, KERMIT F. DR. 
PORTRAIT GIVEN 

KOCH, ED ' 

ADVICE TO BLEFOING HEARTS 
KOCH'S CRY RINGS HOLLOW 

KOEPKE, JOHN DR. 

AIDS RISK IN TRANSFUSIONS LOW IN AREA - DUKE DOCTOR 

KCEPKE. PAUL 

POETS. NOVELISTS, SHORT STORY WRITERS SLATED TO READ AT LIBRARY MEETING 

KOGE". ROBERT 

N.C. CONSUMERS "AY GET SOME ELECTRIC BILL RELIEF 

KOHL. HELMUT 

FRENCH SNUB TOO PETTY 

KOHL SHOULD HAVE BEEN INVITED 

KOHLE, DOROTHY 

EPA IS STILL NEEDED FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS 

KOLENA, JOHN 

TEACHERS ASK TO TRADE CLASSES FOR SPACE TRIP 

KOMHINSK. "RAD 

EX-nuLL KOMMINSK ON ALL-TIME TEAM 

'TCRRF WALL' A TOUGH CLIMB FRIM RICHMONO TO ATLANTA 

BRAVES CALL UP KCMINSK 

KOMMINSK LEADS BRAVES' EASY WIN 

KOMMJNSK BLASTS TWO hRS' braves rout PHILS, 13-1 

THERE'S JOY IN ATLANTA 

KOMMINSK POWERS BRAVES PAST CJBS 

BRAVES' GAMBLE ON EX-BULL CLAY RIGHT ON MONEY 



IRALEIGH) IDECEASEDI 
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KOOP, c. EVEREir 

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K^Ssp^sgs.? ^^s^s^S'^^^^yrycfsM^^^''^ "-«"^" 

KOPP, NORHAN F. (SYRACUSE, N.Y.) 

THE PRESIDENTIAL CANOIOAll ON THE 
KQPPEL. TED (JOURNALISTI 

KOPpIr ^^S 52lf^'-.IO„SPEAK AT 1UKE 

?2«^3'- '° SPEAK AT DUKE SEMINAR 

KOPPEL: TV NEWS SHOULdMSsT 'SblIC WITH THE TRUTH 
KOPREN. BARBARA 

p"R':Y"lR"[|%"FR"??6or^ "0^ "■S< PEACE? 

church-state DEBATE ENDLE^^ 

A READER RESPONDS TO SEnPsam ERVIN 
KORAN, MIKE E- 

HOMEOWNER: ASSESSMENT 'UNFAIR- 

KORNEGAr, LINWOOO EARL (KINSTONl 
SWIMMER BELIEVED DROWNED 

KORNEGAY, RICKY LEE 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS DURHAM MAN'S SENTENCE 
KORNHAIJSER, GLEN CCHARLOTTE) 

TEEN PLAYS DOWN SLAYING OF 



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'<0'"''„GEnRG6 S. (ASHEVILLEI 

KRAMARAE, CHERTS DR. 

•IF YOU THINK YOU'VE COME 



A L3NG WAY, BETTER THINK AGAIN' 



KRAMER, DAVID 

dTI Jf^^IIin^S B^J^fl-'loSff^E^ils^EMlfy^h^l^'* 
KRAMER, PAUL J. DR. 

c'SSL'°i^E\L'rMA"Y*"c^Srso\'B^^^N%??L^§f*'*"°^ 

"'"""?sfE;!?Bir?v?sx?^V!!i!^sLi?,,«TioN, 

PLAN TO EN^AiJAGE FArSFn^S^eIvES TEST 
KRAMtSH, ARVIN 

WILL REAGAN REALLY MAKE BUDGET CUTS? 
KRANE, GARY IFILMHAKERI 

FI'^"SA'^lR^%"c'^No^^*"fo^°^E7!^Af'oS°s„^yfi^r *'"' «*" -"» """'^ns 

HOUSERREAKING, SHOOTING NETS ARRESTS 

'''?5H?T£rj5E?rT'il^P5?'';;A^r"" -"'^^ ^^OINGS series 
KRAYBILL, DAVID ICHAPEL HILL) 

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KREKEL: exuberance ThaT^S EARTHY AND ROWDY 



KREKEL 

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KREPS, JUANITA 

FOLKS AROUND HERE: WITH THE POLITICAL SET 
KRESGE, noNNA • 

COUPLE HAVE FUTURE PLANNED 
KRISTENSEN, ERIK * 

THEIRS WAS AN INTERNATIONAL WEDDING ON FOURTH OF JULY 
KRYNSKI, ELIZABETH 

'5Ef,J!,^"f FAITH, REPUBLICANS 

^'^'^fsiAn^EFifcTf;?*" '°°' "°'^^ 

MONOALE CRITIC RIGHtIS REJECT SCARE TACTIC 
KRYNSM, MAGNUS J. 

YOUNG'S GAFFES RECALLED 
MONOALE WAS GRACIOUS PUT 

•YELLOW OOG^ VOTE DROPPING? 
KRZYZEWSKI, MIKE 

DUKE'S RETURN 
KPZY'?FlS^f'T'?°5 SUCCESS 

gLlfP:M3M^ljy''«'o'SE'N"f5fiS"^ "*^" -5 -DOUBLE-STANDARD' 

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H I 3/14/94 A 

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S 2 1/10/94 A 4 L 

S 2 5/29/84 A 8 N 

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INDEX 
12/31/8". 



PAi-.E IBS 
1/14/15 



K»2YZEMSKr'S STUBBO'!NNESS Pavl-iG OFC CO" BLUE DEVILS 

ACC: NO DOUBLE STANOAdO FTUND 

MAIIO'UL RASKlNr, MC KRZYZEHS<I'S HANKEOING 

DUKE TOUCH IN THE CLUTCH 

K^'ZYZEMSKI SUPP'lISED BY DEVIL'' ■ SUCCESS STDiJY 

DUKE IN CHARACTER 

DEVILS. -PACK FOLLOWING DIFFERENT PATHS: K FINALLY ><AKES PIECES FIT 

ONE hat: "y hay 

'PACK TO HAVE HOME 'EDGE' VS. DEVILS? 

VALVANO'S RABBIT'S FOOT FINOS A DIFFERENT POCKET 

STANDING UP FOR DUKE 

K'S POINT j'^OTHIMG NEW 

JOHOAN, KRZYSEHSKI GIVEN H0N05 S 

cnCAL PRESS SLIGHTS DUKE C45E0S 

EXHAUSTED DEVILS HAPPY TO E»R1 BYE 

KOZyZEH':KI ORCHESTRATES DUKE'S BASKETBALL REVIVAL 

DALPyPLE. KRZYZcMSKI WIN MONT R S 

STRICKLAND PICKS OUKE 

ACC TITLE JELL-PLACED H ITH DU< E • S COACH K 

THE BLUE DEVILS' FULOGY 

BITTER FINAL LOSS CANT SPOIL OUKF'S TURNAROUND 

KPZYZEWSKI HUNUPED 

THE GOLD OR NOTHING 

KRZYZEHSKI MONGERS WHY OLYMPi; 

KOZYZEXSKI USES COHPETITION 11 

Q 1. A: MIKE KRZYSEhSKI 

'B5 CRUCIAL FOR SLOAN 

CHARGES EPITOMIZE KSZYZEMSKI" 

CHACH K HANTS THE FINS TO BE 'OSITIVEILYI FANATICAL 

HUST HOW GOOD HERE COACHES AS PLAYERS? h 

MORF THAN 'HHfl' GOES INTO 'HMY' OF GAMES ACC PLAYS H 

DUKE COACH k: size AND DEPTH :ONCERNS; 'CHICAGO JORDAN' MOVING INTO CHIC H 

KSZYZEusm ANXIOUS TG TEST 0U< E ON THE BQAO S 

DUKE HOPES TO CLEAR COBWEBS AGAINST UP-ANO-OOMN BLAZERS H 



SPIRIT MUST ENO 
SPUR DEVILS 



MAN-TO-MAN 



DATE C 

1/3P/S4 B 
2/01/8<. B 
2/l3/°<. B 
2/I<./8<. B 
2/l<./»4 B 
2/16/8". B 
2/2?/8<. D 
2/23/B". 
2/23/«<. B 
2/24/84 C 
3/0')/'"4 
3/06/64 
3/0T/84 B 
3/0<)/B4 A 
3/13/84 D 
3/14/R4 B 
3/14/84 
3/14/34 
3/15/64 A 
3/20/P4 B 
3/21/54 
4/04/"4 D 
7/27/64 C 
8/I0/P4 C 
n/23/94 D 
11/20/84 D 
ll/2n/34 B 
12/05/94 
12/1)7/84 C 
12/0O/P4 C 
12/14/B4 C 
12/16/64 C 
12/16/84 
12/28/84 C 



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KUESTER. JOHN (COACH! 

KUE5TER SENDS TEAM AGAINST NO. 1 HEELS 

KUHN. ROBERT M, JR. (RALEIGHl 

MAN HOLDS POLICEMEN AT BAY 

HAKE SHERIFF CALLS SHOOTING I'l HENOELL UNNECESSARY 

HENDELL police CHIEF SAYS SHERIFF'S COMMENTS UNFAIR 

KULKA, OICK 

RTI STUDY HILL EXAMINE VIETNA- STRESS 

KUNIHULM. BRUCE 

LEBANON: TWO ANALYSES OF HQH TO GET OUT OF THERE 

KUNSTLER. WILLIAM 

NEW APPEAL ISSUES SOUGHT TO DELAY BARFIELO EXECUTION 

KUNZE. LUVERN H. inuKcl 

COMPUTER HELPING SPOT HEAPING DEFECTS 
COMPUTER CHECKS HEARING OF INFANTS 

KUNZF, VERN OR. 

CHILDREN CAN GET LANGUAGE HEL' 

KURALT, CHARLES 

CHARLES KURALT TO SPEAK TO NCt U GRAOS 

KURALT IS CHOSEN TO SPEAK AT NCCJ COMMENCEMENT 

KUSUMI. KENRO 

MATH SCHOOL EXPERIMENT "AY FLY 
MATH STUDENT 'AIMS FDR STARS- 
STUDENT'S EXPERIMENT TO TAKE 'IDE ABOARD THE SPACE SHUTTLE 
UNDERSCORING IMPORTANCE 
SCHOOL GETS GRANT FOR SPACE EXPERIMENT 

KUYKENDALL. JOHN WAYNE lASHEVILLEI 
DAVIDSON PRESIDENT NAMED 

LABARRE. DAVID 

DURHAM CABLE BLACKOUT LIFTED 

JUDGE DECLARES PART QF DRUNK E"* -OR IV INC LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

SECOND JUOGF SAYS PART OF LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

CUSTODY HEARING GAG ORDER LIFTED 

JUDGE'S LAWYERS CALL ED"ISTEN'S SUIT STUPID 

LA3AR0E LIFTS GALLOWAY GAG ORIER 

LEGAL ""TION LOADED WITH POLITICAL PUNCHES 

DURHAM JUDGE ASKS STATE TO PAY COSTS OF HIS SUIT 

JUDGE LABARRE SEEKS Fl,630 FQ' DEFENSE IN SUIT BY EDMISTEN 

•JAILHOUSE JUSTICE' IRKS JUDGE LABARRE 

LABARRE SAYS GALLOWAY PRACTICE LUDICROUS 

JAILHOUSE JUDGMFNTS HIT BY DISTRICT COURT JUDGE 

CHILD ADVOCACY OFFICERS 

VANN'S BEINSTATEMFNT TO BAR NOT OPPOSED BY TWO JUDGES 

COUNTY GETTING TOUGHER ON CHr.O APUSERS 

LA60NTE. TERRY 

LABflNTE PUTS RACE BEFORE POINTS STANDINGS 

WALTRIP PLANS FRONT-RUNNING T3 PICK UP PRECIOUS POINTS 

LABONTE NOT HOME FREE YET 

LASONTE IN CATBIRD'S SEAT IN POINTS RACE 

LABONTE NOT ONLY WINNER IN NASCAR 

LABONTE RIGHT ON JIME IN FAST LAJE 

LiCEY. TOUCI (BASKETBALL PLAYERl 
LACEY TRIES AGAIN 

LACHAT, LOUISE- EOITH (WINSTON-SALE"! 
hOMAN indicted IN CHILD'S DEATH 
SHIELD LAW TO BE TESTED 

DROWNED GIRL'S faThfr SAYS ME PRAYED fqr WIFE'S DEATH 
PSYCHIATRIST: WOMAN BFL'EVED ")EATH 'TRIP AnAY FRO" PAIN" 
JURY DEADLOCKS IN b^THT'JB DEATH; MISTRIAL DFCLAREO 
WOMAN CONVICTED OF KILLING DAJGHT6R 

WOMAN SENTE'ICED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR KILLING DAUGHTER 
MAN SAYS WIFE NOT SANE WHEN S-IE KILLED DAUGHTER 

LACHAT. "ICHFLLE JEANNE 

WOMAN LONVICTFU OF KILLING DAJGHTFR 

MAN SATS WIFE NOT S'NE WHEN SHE KILLED DAUGHTER 

LACOCK. BLANle BYERS (Chapel HILLl (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

LACOCK. CAOL WATSON (CARRB0R3! (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

LACY. ALLEN (AUTHOni 

DUKE ALUMNUS HOLDS GARDENING <E£PS YOU IN TOUCH WITH WORLD 

LACY. CREIGHTON 

TWO CARTOONS WERE BARBAROUS 



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H 2 2/20/94 B 5 N 
H 2 3/01/84 A 7 N 



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H 2 2/12/94 D 4 
H 2 10/14/B4 B I 



H 2 1/27/84 B 5 
S 2 2/01/84 C ID 



S 2 3/10/R4 A 3 P N SO" 



H 2 11/22/64 B 
S 2 11/22/84 C 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



3/31/84 C 12 

4/02/64 A } 

6/23/64 B I 

7/03/84 A 4 

11/17/64 A 1 



N W24 
N L38 



N W24 
N C06 
N W24 



H 2 2/25/84 A 11 



7 


1/13/64 


r 


1 


N 


SSI 


7 


3/23/64 


R 


1 


N 


SSI 


7 


4/09/64 


( 


I 


N 


SB? 


7 


5/30/64 


A 


I 


N 


Sfl7 


7 


5/30/64 


R 


1 


N 


S82 


7 


5/30/84 


r 


1 


N 




7 


6/01/''4 


A 


4 


y 




7 


7/02/64 


A 


1 


N 


S8^ 


7 


3/06/84 


A 


S 


N 




7 


8/07/64 


A 


1 


N 


SB? 


7 


8/07/84 


( 


1 


N 




7 


8/06/84 


A 


1 


N 


S82 


7 


8/10/64 


B 


4 


P P 


S76 


7 


10/27/64 


( 


1 


N 


SB7 


7 


11/26/64 


A 


I 


N 


S82 


7 


10/06/64 


A 


9 


P N 




7 


10/07/64 


(, 


f. 


P N 


W6U 


7 


10/L6/64 





I 


II 


W60 


7 


11/18/64 


c 


6 


P N 


w6n 


7 


12/0'/94 


t. 


16 


C N 


WAG 


2 


12/16/64 


c 


12 


P N 





5 2 4/18/B4 D 



7 


1/05/84 


A 


1 1 


7 


4/02/64 


A 


3 


7 


3/0O/64 


A 


1 


7 


8/in/=4 


R 


5 


7 


a/12/84 


A 


10 


7 


12/14/64 


A 




7 


12/15/64 


A 


3 


2 


12/17/64 


A 


10 


7 


12/14/64 


A 


7 


2 


12/17/84 


A 


10 



H 2 5/22/84 C 10 

M 2 2/12/64 B 2 

H 2 8/17/84 3 o U H45 

H 2 2/21/84 A 4 L 



HONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/84 - U/3l/n<. 



PAGE 119 
1/14/B5 



HATHAM WRECKS 



OUKE'S LACV CHNTINUES ZIMTABW; CONNECTION 
DUKF PROfESSUR VISITS SCHOOL IN ilMBABHE 

LADO. PCr,fc« 

SEPTIC SYSTEMS PECK OF PROBLEMS 

SEPTIC SYSTEM PROBLEMS AIRED AT BOARD MEETING 

LAro. TERESA LYNN lOECEASEOI 

THREE PERSONS DIE IN DURHAM, 
ROUCtMONT TEEN DIES IN WRECK 

LAENG, CYNTHIA B. 

TESTS FOR TEACHERS A POOR tDt« 

LAENG, DAVE (PSU) 

ELUSIVE TRUCKER GETS 2 YEARS 
MAN GFTS 2-YEAR SENTENCE 

LAFFER, ARTHUR (ECONOMIST! 
ECONOMIST TO SPEAK 

LAFFERTY, F. WAYNE 

POOR SPORTSMANSHIP 

LAFFMAN, EDWARD REV. 

CHAMBER HONORS VANCE MINISTER 

LAGHI, PIO (ARCHBISHOPI 

VATICAN ENVOY TALKS ABOUT JOHM =AUL 

LAIL, JENNIFER L. DR. 

PEDIATRICS FIRM SUED IN CHILD'S DEATH 

LAIRO, MARY PETH 

WORKER AT NUCLEAR PLANT SAYS ^A^AROS EXAGGERATED 

LAKE, I. BEVERLY. JR. 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHARGES ILLEJAL CONTRIBUTIONS MADE 

ELECTION COMPLAINTS GOING TO rfAKE DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

ANOTHER SCORES 'KNOXIOUS* ATTEMPTS 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB'S ACTIONS ARE CRITICIZED 

RILEY SAYS STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRED ON CHARGE THAT MARKETING. 

MARTIN NAMES THREE PEOPLE TO ADMINISTRATION POSITIONS 

LALANNE, JAMBS FRANCIS 

DUKE ADDS THREE SPURTS FOR HO'^EN 

LAMB, CHARLES LEE (CORAPEAKEl 

MAN CHARGED IN DEATH OF ALLEGED CORN THIEF 

LAMB, JANET IFAIRVIEHI 

TEACHER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

LAMB, TODD 

LAMB, WAGNER GROUND PILOTS, l<.-n 

KNOX, LAMB PROVIDE BOOST AS BJLLS SLIP PAST SUNS, 5-4 

LAMB LOSES NO-HITTER BUT NOTCHES WIN 

LAMB LIMITS BLUE JAYS 

METS BREAK UP LAMB MO-HITTER, CAPTURE CROHN 

LAMB, WALTER (Guilford co.i 

han gives up speeding appeal 

driver gives up one-man battle against ticket 

Lambert, lonnie 

the big band sound 

lambeth, lillie c. (deceased! 
obituary 
ubituary 

lambeth, maggie grub9 (davidson co.i 
twins approach idoth birthday 

lambiotte, walker (n.c. state b'ball playeri 

walker lambiotte set to sign jith holfpack 

LAMBinTTE TO STATE 

STATE, CL6MS0N LAND RECRUITS 



LAM8R0S, MITCH 

FLYING TEACHER PETERSON'S WOR< IS 



'NEVER BORING' 



LAMIS, ALEXANDER (AUTHOR! 

DEMOCfATS' COALITION CALLED P:)TENT, FRAGILE 
PROFS, REPORTERS COULD HELP EVCH OTHER 
POLITICAL PICKING IS HIS GAME 

LAMM, BILL (UNC WRESTLING! 

UNC WRESTLES FIERCE RIVAL - WOLFPACK 

LAMM, CHARLES C. JR. (JUDGEI 
JUDGE APPOINTED 

LAMM, KENNETH WAYNE 

UNC STUOENT TO BE ORDAINED 

LAMM, RICHARD (COLORADO GOV.! 

DEATH CHOICE NOT PUBLIC ISSUE 

LAHY, PETER P. OR. 

RX: MIX AGE, DRUGS CAREFULLY 

LANCASTER, JFNNIE LOU (CORRECTIONAL CENTFR FOR WOMEN! 
LIFE BEHIND BARS: "HOPE IS THE DI FFER ENCE "-WOMENS 
WOMEN'S CORRECTION LEADER IS REMARKABLE 
PROGRAMS HILL FOCUS ON INMATES OF TWO N.C 
PROGRAMS HELP FEMALE PRISONERS ADAPT 

LANCASTER, JOHN (EATON CORP.! 

N.C. PLANT CORNERS GOLF GRIP MARKET 

LANCASTER, MANLY (FORSYTH CO.! 

FORSYTH COUNTY SHERIFF RESIGNS 
FORSYTH COMMISSIONERS NAME SHERIFF 

LANCE, BERT (GEORGIA DEMOCRAT! 

SANFORD GOT PUSH AS LEADER OF PARTY 

FOR TOUGH DECISIONS, MQNOALE IS A WAFFLFR 

MONDALE MUST PROJECT IMAGE OF NEW LEADERSHIP 

THE APPOINTMENT FOLLIES 

LANCE: A SPi=AR WITH. ..A WHALE IS KILLED AFTER BEING HARPOONED (CARTOON! 

LAND, ROBIN EUGENE (CHARLOTTE! 

EXPLOSION ENDS CHASE OF SUSPECT 

LANDAU, JACK 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



PRISON SUPERINTENDENT 
PRISONS FOR WOMEN 



7/I7/B4 B 
7/19/84 C 



I 

L 

PG L 

5 
16 



N 080 

N 



11/01/94 A 
11/02/R4 B 



H 2 
S 2 



10/01/04 B 
10/01/84 C 



S 2 4/13/84 A 



H 2 
H 2 



2/25/n4 C 
2/27/84 B 



S 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H Z 

H 3 

H 2 

H 7 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



9/25/84 B 
12/18/84 A 

3/14/94 B 

5/20/84 B 
ll/28/»4 B 

7/15/84 A 

5/19/B4 A 

5/22/94 A 

6/02/84 A 

6/09/84 A 

9/21/84 A 

12/20/84 A 

4/27/84 C 

8/31/84 A 

5/26/84 A 



3 P 
15 
6 



N A54 
N A54 



L 

N S82 

N 

N 

L 

N 

U H49 

N W36 

N 

N 
N 
L 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



4/16/84 B 

8/19/94 C 

8/29/84 B 

8/29/84 D 

9/07/84 C 



8/07/84 A 
8/09/84 B 



2 P 

1 o 
2 
1 
I 



H 2 9/07/84 A 



H 2 
H 2 



4/02/94 8 
4/03/84 B 



H 2 
S 2 
S 2 



11/19/94 B 
11/19/84 
11/20/84 B 



N MTl 
N C52 
N C52 
N P90 
N M71 



S 1 1/09/94 C 3 P F 



H 2 1/02/84 C I P G L30 



S 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



10/25/84 C 
10/25/84 C 
11/11/84 B 



2/09/84 D 
4/19/94 B 
2/18/84 A 
3/31/84 A 
2/25/94 B 



4/01/94 E 

4/06/94 A 

11/27/94 B 

11/27/84 C 



I 
1 
1 P 



3 P 
5 

6 P 
4 



S 2 4/25/84 C 5 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



11/27/94 B 
11/28/84 A 



7/16/94 A 

7/17/84 A 

7/17/94 A 

a/05/84 D 

8/05/94 



4 T 
H 2 .8/26/84 B 13 



N J56 
N J56 
U H49 



N 

E 

F 930 



F J40 

L 

N 



N 
E 
E 
E 
T R56 



M0NTHLV/4NNU1L 



I M E X 



NAMES 



n.c. PRESS 4s<;qciation blasts secret jury ijuestioning 



LANOI.MG. FRAMK 

OR. LANCING FIL'= 
LArjDPIG; IMPROVE 
EDUCATORS PICK C 
ELECT 0=. FRANK 
MIGHT SPENDS "OS 
SCHOOL BOARD CAN 
SCHOOL BGAHP CAN 
SCHOOL CANOIDATF 
DURHAM CENTRAL L 
II AT SCHOOL P0« 
SCHOOL BOARD HOP 
ELECT OF. FRANK 
OUkHAM COUNTY SC 
ENDORSEMENTS BAC: 
ELECTION RETURNS 
". INCUMBENTS TO 
LANDING SOLF CHA 
BOARD MEMBERS AI 
COMMITTEE'S gONF 
LANDING: SCHOOLS 
BRQUGHTON REPLAC 
LANDING: SCHOOL 
LANDING IS READY 



PROGRAM 
HALLENGERS 
LANDING. .. 

T FUNDS IN BOARD RACE 
DIDATES SL ING OARRS 
UIDAT6S LIST CHANGES FOR SYSTEM 
S EYE BOARD'S ROLE 

AHOR UNION ENDORSES THE FOLLOWING C ANDIDATES : . . . I AD I 
RO FORUM 

EFULS IDENTIFY CHALLENGES 

LANDING. ..FOR GREATER LEADERSHIP AND PROGRESS I AD I 
HOOL BOARD 
KFIREO IN SCHOOL BOARD RACE 

IN UURHAM COJNTY: FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 
REMAIN ON SCmOL BOARD: LANDING TO REPLACE BROUGHTON. 
LLENGFR TO UI>I SCHOOL SEAT 
M TO IMPROVE DELATIONS 

Rs HAVE prove:! costly 

NEW LEADER S^0ULD COME IMMEDIATELY 
EMENT DECISION STILL PENDING 
BOARD SHOULD JQRK WELL TOGETHER 

TO WORK TOGETHER 



LANDING, WILLIAM F. OR. 

•INTIMIDATION' CITED AT FORUM 

PFOPLE'S ALLIANCE BACKS SPAULDING 

SENIOR CITIZENS BACK SPAULDING 

LANDING: BOARD DRAGGING FEET 

LANDING READY TO FILL VACANCY ON SCHOOL BOARD 

SCHOOL BOARD SHOULD APPOINT LANDING NOW 

LANDING DESERVES A SEAT 

SCHOOL BOARD EXPECTED TO APPOINT LANDING 

LANDING APPOINTED TO BOARD 

BOARD ASKED TO GIVE UP PART OF SCHOOL DISTRICT 

LANDON. ROBERT H. (VA.l 

PRISON CHIEF DISCUSSES ESCAPE OF b 

LANDRIGAN, PHILIP DR. 

OFFICIAL URGES SIMPLER TESTS ON CHEMICALS 
RELAXED RULES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH SOUGHT 

LANORY. TOM (DALLAS COWBOYS COACHI 
POLITICS HAS WAY OF DIVIDING 

LAME. ALBERTA 

LIFE ON 'MILL HILL' RECALLED IN POE'S POEM 

LANE. ARTHUR LEE (JUDGE) 

KNOW ANY POTENTIAL JUDGES? 

LANE. COLETTE RESWEBER (CHAPEL HILL I (DECEASEOl 
OBI TUARY 

LANE. DONALD 

STEM POSTMASTER FACING CHARGES 

LANE. DOYLE ( HILLSBOROUGH I 

HE GETS A TRILL FROM OLD MUSIC MACHINES 

LANE. FRED 

KOREAN VET GETS MEDAL - 33 YE5RS LATE 
DELAYS COMMON 

LANE. GRACE KNOHLES (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

LANE. NATALIE RAE 

LANE NAMED EDITOR FOR CAMPBEL. PAPER 

LANE. THOMAS "TQM" 

REDUCED UUALITY COSTING MORE? 

MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS <:EFK GTVERNMFNT FUNDING 

SITE OF MOMF FOR HANDICAPPED CAUSES ANGER 

RESIDENTS PROTEST PLANNED MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY 

SECRECY WRONG POLICY ON SPECIAL-HOME PLANS 

law: NEIGHBORS CAN'T VETO HOMES FOR HANDICAPPED 

CLINIC'S MONEY WITHHELD 

FUNOP'G CUTS HURT HOSPITAL 

CONFLICTING ORDERS. LACK OF TALKS CAUSES FEUD 

BOARD DID NOT MANDATE GROUP HTME POLL 

INSUBORDINATION CHARGE UNNECESSARY 

MORE MENTAL PATIENTS MAY GET CARE AT DURHAM HOSPITAL 

LANE. WALTER RAY (DECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

LANE. WILLIAM A. JR. 

DUKE GIVEN tl MILLION FOR LIBRARY. NEW CHAIR 

LANEY, CARROLL NORMAN (LINCOLN C0.( 

LINCOLN COUNTY MAN GETS iO YEARS FOR SHOOTING WIFE 

LANEY, FRANCES "LIBBY" , . ,^, 

LItlCULN COUNTY MAN GETS 20 YEARS FOR SHOOTING WIFE 

LANEY, THOMAS W. (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

LANG. E. RUTH 

CREEK CLEANUP NEEDED 

LANGDON, BERTIE KING (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

LANCE. DAVID (CHAPEL HILLI 

THE HELMS PLANK 'SIMPLISTIC 



IND 'DANGEROUS' 



LANijLEY, ANGELA 

DURHAM WOMAN. ANGELA LANGLEY, IS MISS WHEELCHAIR 
DURHAM WOMAN WINS MISS WHEELCHAIR PAGEANT 
HER GLITTER IS HER SPUNK 

LANG5T0N, OUINCY (DECEASEDI 
OB I TUARY 

LANGSTCN. WALT 

DURHAM FIRM MADE SHUTTLE PARTS 

'"*''"^GR0UP''SAYS MANY TEACHERS IN N. C . 'SELF-CENSOR' TO AVOID CONTROVERSY 
LANIER, JA"ES FRANKLIN DOUGHTY (OU^IHAM NATIVEI 













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s 




I 


T 




N E 


E 




L 


Y 




P D 


DATE C 


PG 


L 


P 


BYL 


S 3 


1/28/n'. A 


15 




N 




H 2 


2/03/n<. B 






N 


W24 


S 2 


2/03/64 C 






N 


C05 


S ? 


3/22/P<, C 






N 


COS 




<,/30/e<, A 




p 


A 




5 ? 


5/0l/B<. A 






N 


C50 


S 2 


5/OI/H'. C 






N 


COS 


S 2 


5/02/n<. C 






G 


COS 


S 2 


5/D3/R<. C 






G 


COS 


S 2 


S/O'./B'. A 




P 


A 




S 2 


5/OA/9<. C 






N 


J56 


S 2 


5/a<./8<. C 






G 


COS 


H 2 


5/0^/n4 A 


12 


P 


A 




H 2 


5/0'>/n<. D 




P 


F 




H 2 


5/09/Oi, A 






E 




H 2 


5/09/Bi. A 






N 




H 2 


5/0<)/8<. C 






N 


W24 


S 2 


5/D9/8<. C 




P 


N 


COS 


S 2 


S/IO/B", A 






N 


COS 


H 2 


5/14/8', A 






E 




S 2 


7/3<./n<. A 






N 




S 2 


8/D7/84 C 






N 


COS 


S 2 


3/21/84 A 




P 


N 


COS 


S 2 


9/05/84 C 






N 


L38 


H 2 


5/01/84 B 






N 


W24 


H 2 


5/02/84 3 






N 


04 6 


H 2 


5/03/84 C 






N 




H 2 


7/04/R4 C 






N 




H 2 


8/07/84 B 






N 


W24 


H 2 


a/0R/»4 A 






E 




H 2 


B/U/84 A 






L 




H 2 


8/18/84 A 






N 




H 2 


8/21/84 B 




P 


N 




H 2 


9/05/84 6 




o 


N 


W24 



M 2 6/14/84 A iC 



S 2 

H 7 



H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

5 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



6/16/84 A 3 N J56 
6/17/84 B 1 N B30 



1/02/84 A 4 E 

3/25/S4 B 1 P U L57 

8/17/84 B I N 

3/26/84 B 7 

6/01/84 B 1 N 

12/20/84 B 4 P F K45 



12/05/84 C 1 P N J56 
12/05/B4 C 1 N J56 



12/07/84 C 4 
10/10/84 C 4 



4/17/84 A 4 

5/19/84 A I 

6/12/B4 B 1 

6/13/84 B 1 

6/16/84 A 4 

6/19/84 C I 

6/21/84 B I 

6/27/84 C 1 

7/04/84 A 



7/04/84 A 4 P L 
7/11/84 A 4 
12/28/84 A 1 



L 

N J56 

N J56 

N B81 

E 

N BSl 

N RSI 

N JS6 

E 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 

H 2 



6/26/84 B 10 

3/28/84 A 8 

3/23/84 A 9 

3/23/84 A 9 

5/05/84 B 5 

9/19/84 A 4 

7/15/84 B 2 

e/21/84 A 4 



7/13/84 A 
7/16/84 B 
7/19/84 A 



1/31/84 B 



4/12/84 A I P N C60 
9/08/84 A 10 N 



MONTHLY/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/84 - 12/31/9<. 



NAMES 



PAGE 101 
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N.C. MAN BUILT INDIANA STATE HISTHRIC SITE 

LANIER, BANDY (RACF CAP ORIVERI 
CHARLOTTE DINNERS SET HARK 

LANIER, IRISH 

JUNIOR LEAGUE WOMEN ARE COOKING FOR A CROWD 
LANIER, VERNE C. JR. 

DURHAM DOCTOR USES SKIN EXPANSION 

LANIGAN - SCHMIDT, THOMAS (ARTISTI 

ST'-AiKt;ND!;'S;rSTioNroF';hf^"-^"°°° MEMORIES ARE SINISTER. INNOCENT 

LANNING. RALPH (DENTON) 

wnjOEN -VARMINTS' IN YARD GET MOTORISTS' ATTENTION 
LANNING, RICK IBPNOSMANI 

BONDSMAN MUST LEARN TO SIZE U' BAIL SKIPPERS 

LAPPE, FRANCES MOORE (4UTH0RI 

LfADERS MAKING WORLD HUNGER WJR'E, AUTHOR SAYS 
AUTHOR BLAMES HUNGER ON FREE MARKET SYSTEM 

LAPDNER. RING JR. (HOLLYWOOD PRODu:ER) 

POLDNSKY. LARDNFR TO VISIT nu< E FOR FILM SERIES 
RING LARONER JR.. TO TAlTli ON MQVIES OF 1950S ERA 
SCREENWRITER TO DISCUSS '50S BLACKLIST 
RING LARDNER JR. TO SPEAK AT DUKE 
BLACKLISTED WRITER SPEAKS 

LAROSA, JULIUS CINGERl 

JULIUS LAROSA: still FAITHFUL TO '5DS 
LAROUCHE. LYNDON H. JR. 

tjssyc'fii rs^E^' i%^h°.\rdi'i "«"^"'* ^'^^"^ 

"^S;cS^°5rwlg{ib°' "°- ^^'' «'" ^""-'^^ 5TAND 

LAPSBN. MEI^VIN JACOB lOECEASEOl 
Uol TUAkY 

LARUE, LASH 



'LASH' LARUE IS HOPING TO RETJRN IN NEW Rn( F^ 
LASH LARUE TO SHOOT HORROR FLM IN N.C. 
•LASH' RETURNING IN HORROR MIJV I E 



l-*SATER, EONA EARL EAKES lOECEASEOl 
UB [ TIJAR Y 

LASHLev, BTLL (QURLINGTONt 

^V3p°?SJSI H^f^SrS' mjilW ^""^ """■=•' 

LASHLEY, JIM (GRENADA TELEPHONE CO. I 

AFTFR INVASION, GRENADA TFLFP-IONES WERE SILFNT 
LASSITER, DAISY JANE I C ENTENAR I AN I 

NEW YEAR BRINGS IN OFFICERS. TROPHY WINNERS, ■'IPTHOAYS, ANNIVERSARIES, 
LASSITER, DICKIE 

BROKEN AIR CONDITIONER BRINGS COUPLE TOGETHER 
LASSITER. ERNEST LYLF (CHAPEL HILL) 

SCUFFLE ERUPTS AT BUSIr(ESS 

MAN, WOMAN FIGHT OFFICERS, POLICE SAY 

LASSITER. SUZANNE (UNC STUOENTI 

CONGRESS STUDIES HEALTH PLAN OF UNC STUDENT 
LASSITER, TALMAOGE 

?£nr'-o^,'l LUSTRATIONS IN WROMG DIRECTION 

DRUG RAID DEATH COUNT FILED 



LASSITER, WILLIAM 

JilES^'ilNOUETlET"*'-'^'' °'' "" °'' BOARD'S STAND 

SECRET TALKS QUESTIONABLE 

FIVE JOURNALISTS ARE HONORED 

SCHOOL BOARD IS CRITICIZED FO^ MEETING 

1-*5SIIFR, WILLIAM CECIL (CHAPEL HILL) 
UB?TUAR?^'- '"'-'■ '^^^ °'^ '" ""-" 

LASTER, LEE T. 
OBITUARY 



N E 
P D 



S I T 

E L Y 

DATE C PG L P BYL 



S 2 lO/OVe* A 12 F J50 

S 2 5/2l/H<v fl 5 N 

H J U/09/S4 C 1 P F H<.5 

H 2 12/ja/8<. A I N B30 

S ! 2/23/B4 D 1 P F R71 

H 2 3/09/8<. D 10 R G68 

H 2 4/10/84 A 1 1 F 

H 2 6/25/B4 8 IDG L30 

H 2 3/27/84 C I P F 330 

S 2 3/27/84 C 1 N J56 

S 2 3/28/fl4 C 4 N 

H 2 3/30/H4 B 4 N 

S 2 4/04/84 A 13 P N 

S 2 4/05/84 10 N 

S 2 4/19/84 2 P F B7I 

H 2 6/08/84 7 R S66 



H 2 3/30/84 C 7 

H 2 4/06/84 A 9 

H 2 4/24/84 B I 

H 2 10/31/84 A 5 



H 2 3/l3/fl4 B 6 

H 2 5/I9/B4 A 12 N 

S 2 11/21/84 A 15 N 

H 2 11/23/84 D 3 N 

H 2 1/27/84 C 4 



H 2 7/11/84 A 4 L 

H 2 7/23/84 A 4 L 

H 2 5/15/R4 B I P N L41 

.. H 2 1/17/84 A 6 P U 

H 2 2/05/84 E 2 P F J40 



S 2 10/01/84 A 3 

H 3 10/02/84 B 1 

S 2 4/23/84 C I 

H 2 2/23/84 A 4 

H 2 3/02/84 A I 

S 2 3/15/94 A 1 

H 2 3/16/84 B I 

H 2 7/12/84 B I 

H 2 11/29/84 A 4 



L 

N A54 
N K90 
N S51 
N S51 
L 



"BIG LEE" (OECEASEOI 



'-*STFR. MICHAEL EDWARD (BALTIMORE) 

5A^'!SlR^'^r!5%S?gE'^? '"" -^"^'^-^ «S AUTO 
CHAIN HOISTS SAID STOLEN 



WRONG TOTAL LISTED IN BAKERY lOBaERY 
HAN SUSPECTED DF ROBiERY fXcES MORE 



E CHARGES IN OURHAH. RALTIHORE 



DUKE TO TEST NEW TYPE OF INTERFERON 
LASZLO. NANCY 

THANKS FROM HOSPICE 

LATANE. HENRY ALLEN DR. (UNC-CH) (OECEASFDI 
INVESTMENT BANKING PROFE SS(:R A T UNC 

l-»''HAM, SAMUEL WILSON (DECEASED) 
OB I TUARY 

LATTA, ALLAN MRS. 

FOLKS AROUND here: THE WAY THINGS ARE 
LATTA, ANN R. 

KNOXES WOULD MAKE A FINE FIRST FAMILY 



•■^''i.fFfl!; PARKER (HILLSBOROUGH) 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN SHOT TO DEATH : 
HEARING SET IN MURDER ">="i^- 

""^^^'oBITUARY ^""""O (HILLSBOROUGH! 
OBITUARY 



H 2 1/19/84 A I N B81 

S 2 3/23/84 C I N 

S 2 3/30/84 A 4 E 

H 2 4/16/84 A 9 P N 

H 2 6/20/84 A 1 N W24 

H 2 U/19/84 B 9 N 

H 2 11/20/84 C 4 

H 2 3/13/84 B 2 

H 2 11/04/84 B 6 N 

H 2 11/05/84 A 13 N 

S 2 1I/05/B4 C I N 

H 2 11/06/84 B 3 N 

H 2 11/09/84 A 19 N A54 

H 2 3/09/84 B 1 N 830 

S 2 5/08/84 A 4 L 

H 2 12/29/84 A 9 P 

H 2 6/16/84 C 4 

H ? 6/07/84 a I U 

H 2 6/01/84 A 4 L 



BROTHERS CHARGED 



H 3 2/24/B4 B I 
S 2 2/24/84 C I 



N K45 
N B46 



H 7 1/02/84 C 2 
H I 1/03/84 B 6 



MQNTHLY/4 



N N U A L 
1/01/84 



INDEX 
12/3I/8<. 



NAMES 



S 

E 

C PC 



PAGE 192 
1/14/95 



LATTA. MILPPED MARTIN (CIEEDWOORI 10FCEA5ED1 
OelTUAKY 

LATTA, Knsi COOKE (DECEASEOI 
OP I TUARV 

LATTA, RUTH 

A SECOND LOOK WAS ALL IT TOOK 

LATTIMOkE, CAROLINE L. OR. (DUKE UMIV.I 

OUKE DEAN CHOSEN FOR C. ERIC LINCOLN AUARO 

LATTIMORE, HENRY 

CIAA SHOkOOWN: ROOTS OF H-S STATE-CENTRAL RIVALRY EXTEND TO COACHES 
FOR THE HEALTHY EAGLES. ONLY 'RIDE'S ON THE LINE 
YELLOW FLAOS MAKING LATTI.'IQRE SEE RED 

LAUGHLIN, LEE IGREENSBOROl 

EXPERT SAYS CORPORATIONS PAID FAIR AMOUNT IN TAXES 

LAVERDE. LUIS (FLA. I 

FEDERAL PROSECUTOR CONTENDS LAUVER LINKED TO DRUG RING 

LAVEPTY, JOHN 

VETERAN WEDDING MUSICIAN RARELY HAS FREE WEEKEND 

LAVEPTY, RUBY »AE 

THANKS FOP GOOD DEEDS 

LAVINER, Rr'SE MARIE L. (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

LAW, STEVEN H. I H IL LS80R0UGHI 
THANKS FOR PUBLICITY 



LAWING. CRAIG 

GOP PICKS UP ASSEMBLY SEATS 



LAWRENCE. AMOS 

BULLS PICK UP LAWRENCE 



LAWRENCE, BRUCE 

LEBANON: TWO ANALYSES OF HOW TO GET OUT OF THERE 



LAWRENCE. EUGENE (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

LAWRENCE, HARVEY D. 

CARTOON WAS UNFAIR TO FEDERAL WORKERS 

LAWRENCE, JAMES EDWARD (SHELOYI 
FOUR CHARGED WITH ROBBERIES 

LAWRENCE. MARY DENHOLM (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

LAWRENCE, MAY8ELLE HERNOON lOECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

LAWRENCE. SHARON 

UNIFORM, MANDATORY SENTENCING NFEOEO 
SENTENCE TOO LENIENT 

LAWRENCE, TOMMY E PAN 

HISTORIC MCGEHEE'S MILL SOLD TO TWO PERSON COUNTY MEN 

LAWRENCE, WILLIAM W. AND ISABEL H. (SANFOROI 

160.000 DONATED FOR SCHOLARSHIP BY SANFORD COUPLE 

LAWS, CYRUS FRANK (HILLSBOROUGH! 
OBITUARY 

LAWS. HARLAN (SIGN BMSINFSSl 

HARLAN LAWS SEEKS BOARD SEAT 

LtAS FILES FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

TEN CANDIDATES FAVOR SE'^ER LI-4E EXTENSION 

HARLAN LAWS WORKS HARD FOR US ( AOVER T I SEMENT I 

BOARD CANDIDATES: SALES TAX HIKE NOT NEEDED 

CANDIDATES EYE LAND USE 

PROGRESS WITHOUT NEW TAXES (All 

MOST FAVOR FUNDS FOR CIVIC CE'JTER 

DEEDS, NOT PROMISES. ..ELECT HARLAN LAWS COUNTY COMMISSIONER tADI 

THAT ELUSIVE LAND-USE PLAN 

HARLAN laws: DURHAM COUNTY CO^" M I SSI ONER. A NEW FACE WITH NEW IDEAS 

CANDIDATES: TAX BILLS WON'T RISE 

CANDIDATES' SPENDING REPORTS IN » 

SHERIFF'S STATIONS, FARMER TA< BREAKS BACKED AT FORUM 

WHO SPEAKS FOR NORTHERN OURHA-" 7 .. .HARLAN LAWS COUNTY COMMISSIONER (A 

AT LONG LAST, IT'S THE VOTER'S TURN 

DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

DEMOCRATS NOMINATE THREE FOR ; 0"M I SS I ONER S RACE 

ELECTION RETURNS IN DURHAM COJNTY: FQR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

COUNTING THEM UP 

FIRE-BtTARDANT WOOD FOR HOMES IS INTRODUCED BY KOPPERS IN N.C. 

DEFEATED lEMOCRAI LAWS ENDORSES OOP'S BARRINGER 

LAWS SUPPORTS BARRINGER 

READ THIS LETTER... 

LAWS, RALPH (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

LAWS, STEVE (DURHAM PUSINESSMANI 

SIGNS WORTH 140, UOO OFFERED F3R CIVIC CENTER 

LAWS, WAYNE ALAN (DAVIDSON CO. I 

HAMMER SAID USED IN Z BEATING DEATHS 

LAWSON. C. H. 

CITY COUNCIL NEEDS LESSON IN lONTRACTS 

LAWSON, DAVID 

COURT SAYS 62 N.C. MUSICIANS ELIGIBLE FOR JOBLESS BENEFITS 
COURT UPHOLDS MURDERER'S DEATH SENTENCE 

LAWSON, VICTORIA DALLAS (OECEASEDI 
OBI lUARY 

LAWTON, CLEOPATRA 

ELEMENTARY CITY SCHOOLS TO OFFER SPANISH CLASSES 
STUDENTS GET HELP FOR COLLEGE WORK 
COMPUTER FIRM OFFERS INTERNSHIPS TO PUPILS 
CURRICULUM GUIDES OKO 



H 2 3/18/84 B 7 

H 2 12/D9/84 8 2 

H 2 11/04/84 E 2 P F J40 

S 2 4/06/84 B 2 P F J06 



H 2 9/14/84 C 1 P N M71 
H 2 11/02/64 C 1 P N C49 
H 2 U/07/84 B 2 P N M71 



S 2 10/22/84 A 5 N 

H 2 7/31/84 A 7 N 

H 2 7/06/84 A 6 P F 

H 2 1/25/84 A 4 L 

H 2 4/07/94 A 10 

H 2 5/10/84 A 4 L 

H 2 11/08/84 A 11 N 

S 2 5/24/84 C 3 N 

H 2 2/12/84 4 J 

H 2 3/15/84 A 20 

H 2 4/20/84 C 8 

H 2 12/28/84 A 4 T L 

S 2 2/13/94 C 3 N 

H 2 11/10/94 C 4 

H 2 8/26/84 8 2 



H 2 2/29/S4 
H 2 12/14/84 



H 1 3/13/84 B I P F L30 



H 1 11/14/84 



H 2 12/30/84 B 



H 




1/24/84 


B 






N 




5 




1/24/84 


8 






N 


J55 


H 




4/29/84 








G 


381 


H 




4/29/84 






P 


A 




H 




4/30/84 








G 


881 


S 




4/30/84 








G 


J56 


H 




4/30/84 






P 


A 




H 




5/01/84 








H 


881 


H 




5/01/84 




14 


P 


A 




H 




5/0.VR4 








r. 


631 


H 




5/02/84 






P 


A 




S 




5/02/84 








G 


J56 


s 




5/02/84 








N 


C60 


H 




5/03/84 








N 


881 


H 




5/04/84 






P 


A 




H 




5/06/84 






P 


A 




H 




5/06/84 






P 


F 




H 




5/09/84 








N 


B81 


H 




5/09/84 








N 




H 




5/09/84 






P 


P 


M66 


H 




8/26/84 





11 


P 


N 


L41 


H 




IO/U/84 


B 






N 




s 




10/11/84 


8 






N 




H 




11/04/84 


A 






A 





H 2 7/28/84 C 2 

H 2 4/17/84 B 1 

H 2 3/21/84 A 8 

H 2 1/11/84 A 4 



H 2 5/01/84 A 16 
S 2 5/01/84 C 5 



H 2 11/02/84 C 6 

S 2 1/25/84 A 1 

S 2 1/31/84 A 5 

S 2 5/01/84 C 1 

S 2 5/15/84 C 1 



N C05 
N C05 
N C05 
N C05 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U 4 L 
1/01/64 



INDEX 
U/31/B4 



i9y5?J955: COMPUTER PUSH REOUIRES CARE 
PARTICIPATION DECLINES FOR SUMMER PROGRAM 

LAXt ERIC (JOURNALIST I 

HORRIRLE RISKS, CURES MARK MEOICAL FRONTIER 
LAV, JOHNNY CHARLES 

PRESIDENT PARDONS HAN FROM DURHAM 

REAGAN PARDON RESTORES DURHAM MAN'S GUN RIGHTS 

LAYNE, JIMMY DARREN (HAH RIVERI (DECEASEDI 

ALAMANCE YOUTH FOUND SHOT TO OEATH AT HOME 

LEA, JOHN HAMPTON (MOREHEAO CITYI 

THEY LOOKED LIKE SHADY CHARACTERS? 

LEACH, ADA Y. (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

""^"^"oBITtllRY'"^"*"" "TUTT" SR. (DECEASEDI 

LEACH, MARTY 

SALEM, LEACH STYMIE PUNCHLESS BULLS, 5-2 

LEACH, RONALD A. II 

ONE MARINE KILLED. 

LEAK. ALBERTA COUNCIL (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



12 HURT AS PICKUP TRUCK OVERTURNS 



LEAK, FACIOUS SHEOUITTA (DECEASEDI 

0U«"*" WOMAN KILLED IN CRASH A ITH TRUCK RIG 
FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR VICTIM OF CRASH 

LEAK, ROBERT (RICHMOND CO. I 

BUSINESS DEVELOPER BACK IN N.C. 

LEAK, ROBERT E. 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE FOUNDATION NAMES NEW PRESIDENT, CHIFF EXECUTIVE... 
'""'SBI^&igy' ^- '"ECEASEOI 

LEAKY, HARVEY 

SHERIFF DENIES PROVIDING INSIDE INFORMATION 
LEARY, LEWIS (AUTHORI 

LEARY BOOK IS PERSONALITY STUDY OF COLORFUL PARSON 
LEARY, ROLAND W. 

CRIME IN DURHAM COUNTY RISES I <.» 

P If'rCHER DISCIPLINED F(DR Ra: E SLUR 

LIFTING PRIVACY ACT UP TO ASSEMBLY 

FOR SHERIFF. LAKE MEANS HEAOic HF 

9t^S??t.t"t'- OFFICER SHOT AT M] TEL SITf 

i?X^?^i8;rEguS?^5^^V!ls,'%25=\^ jI'shootout 

DRUNK DRIVING A CRIME •'"''■ i«Ti 

RURAL CRIME UP IN DURHAM COUNTY 
FIRE DRILL AT JAIL PLEASES QF^ICIAIS 
SHERIFF'S MEN HIT OISTACLES "•"'•^ 
EX-DEPUTIES FILE RIGHTS SUIT 

?i;sYr°??i?NgPN"ifs^oJ'fegLfii-^it^^??saN"r '""*" ^^'"^ 

IT USED TO BE A TOOL TRUCK -NOW IT'S A COMMAND POST 
SHERIFF DENIES PROVIDING INSIDE I(i(=ORMATION 

LEATHERS, niLLIE 0. 

GREEN. YES; ERA NO 

LEATHERS. DONNA 

iiFE's^A^f ^^!si^ic°H^SE^jfis''^§\ ^^lyr^" ''"'"' 

LEATHERS. L. L. "BUDDY- 
WHY DO YOUTH BECOME POLITICAL PLOYS? 

si!L'\a\%^^?r?3fii^ ""^ N^ivS^bsi^' 

CANDIDATE IS MAN OF FAITH 
LEATHfcOS. NORMAN L. 

FOSTER PARENTS' HOME PASSES FIRE INSPECTION 
LEATHERS. TIM 

OFFICERS HURT MAKING ARREST IV NOISE CASE 

LEBO, JEFF (BASKETBALL PLAYERI 

UNC LANDS JEFF LEBO ' 

UNC LANDS 2 RECRUITS ON 1ST DAY 

LECIEJEWSKI, WILMA 

SHE SAYS 'MERRY CHRISTMAS' WITH TRADITQNAL GERMAN BREAD 
LEOERER, CHARLFS 

REV. FALWELL WOULD OPPOSE LIGHTNING RODS 

LEDFORO. RICKY DALE (CANTON) 

MAN SENTENCED FOR SLAYING 

*■"' OBITUARY^^"" ""•' 'DECEASEDI 

LEE, DEBORAH 

JURY BEING PICKED IN LEE MUR-5=R TRIAL 

2nl^£ =lf^A LF,L'°H'^^ED SHOOTiNG HE" HUSBAND 

WOMAN'S MURDER TRIAL GOES TO J UPY 

iio?'' ric°i,r,?^- "-EE INNOCENT IN SLAYING 
MRS. LEE FOUND NOT GUILTY 

'-^^' ISioS?!!? 'OURIHAM MORNING HFR\LD REPORTERI 

SURPRISES. DARING CHOREOGRAPHERS EXCITE CRITIC 

LEE, FRED (UNCI 

TRTAilPfc^Dj, '?l7^'-f'^^''"< BIO A»T TO FOCUS ON LEADERSHIP 

li?5SK m S?iiJ'f;t=S*^'^"E'<S FAVOR FERPARO ON TICKET 

NIXON ID YEARS LATER: WATERGATE STILL AFFECTS VIEWS ON GOVERNMENT 

LEE, HOWARD 

LEE URGES STUDENT INVOLVEMENT 









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P D 


DATE 


S 
E 
C 


I T 

L Y 

PG L P BYL 


II 


i/ia/flii 
6/30/8« 


c 

A 


1 N CDS 
3 N C05 



H 2 6/17/84 B 



S 2 12/27/84 A 1 P N CaO 
H 2 12/28/84 B I P N 



H 2 12/06/84 A 24 

H 2 7/15/84 B 6 N 

H 2 1/20/84 A 10 

H 2 6/17/84 B 2 

S 2 7/26/84 B 2 P N B90 

H 2 2/02/84 A 9 N 

H 2 5/26/84 C 8 



H 2 12/29/84 C 
S 2 12/29/84 A 



1 P N 
3 N 



H 2 12/03/84 A 11 P N 

H 2 11/06/84 A 3 P N 

H 2 12/29/84 A 9 

H 2 12/14/84 B 1 P N A54 

H 2 9/09/84 3 P U H45 



s ? 


1/13/B4 C 


1 


N 


F30 


H ? 


1/14/84 A 


1 1 






S 2 


1/2B/S4 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


1/29/84 C 


1 


N 


A54 


H < 


2/25/B4 A 




N 


«54 


» 2 


2/26/84 A 




N 


M51 


H 2 


4/10/84 A 








S 2 


4/12/84 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


4/13/84 A 


1 


N 


H05 


H 7 


5/04/84 B 


1 


N 


AS4 


t* '' 


6/10/84 B 


1 


P F 


AS4 


^ 7 


6/12/84 B 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/13/84 A 


4 


L 




S 7 


6/13/84 C 


1 


N 


J56 


H 2 


6/14/84 B 


I 


N 




S 2 


7/30/R4 C 


1 


P N 


J56 


H 2 


9/19/84 B 


1 


P F 


854 


H 2 


12/14/84 B 


1 


P N 


A54 


S 2 


4/27/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


8/16/84 A 


1 


N 


sn? 


S 2 


8/18/84 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


5/15/84 A 


4 


L 




H 7 


5/24/84 A 


4 






H 7 


7/12/84 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


10/24/84 A 


4 


L 





H 2 1/07/84 B I N R81 
H 2 4/23/84 A 11 N M51 



S 2 11/14/84 D 1 N F25 
H 2 11/15/84 1 P N 



H 2 12/06/84 C 1 P F J40 

H 2 5/02/84 A 4 L 

H 2 4/21/84 A 13 N 

H 2 9/13/84 A 6 



5/14/84 C 

5/15/84 A 

5/16/84 C 

5/16/84 C 

5/17/84 B 

5/17/84 C 

5/18/84 B 

5/18/84 A 

5/19/94 B 



N 

N H05 
N S82 
N H0 5 
N S82 
N H0 5 
N S82 
N H05 
N S82 



H 2 6/10/84 D 1 P F L34 



S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



1/31/84 
7/12/84 
8/09/84 



I N J56 

1 P N 

1 P F CD5 



S 2 1/18/84 C 1 



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